Get involved in campus life by joining a student club at South! You'll make new friends and gain valuable organizing and planning skills.
Types of Clubs
- Academic Honor Fraternity - groups associated with a particular major or subject area. Membership is by invitation only.
- Activity - variety of groups assembled to pursue a particular interest
- Cultural - groups that organize to support, educate, and inform others about a specific cultural group or traditions (i.e. Chinese Student Association, Somali Student Association)
- Curriculum - groups associated with a specific department, major, or subject area, membership is open to all those interested
- Leadership Organizations - groups that have an affiliation with a nationally recognized organization
- Religious - groups affiliated with a particular belief system or denomination
- Service - groups interested in providing service to the community at-large
- Social Action - groups bringing awareness to a particular issue and providing opportunities for social interaction based on similar interests
Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM) - AWAM is an organization formed for the purpose of championing women’s professional growth and enrichment in the aviation maintenance fields by providing opportunities for sharing information and networking, education, fostering a sense of community and increasing public awareness of women in the industry.
Black Student Union (BSU) - A cohesive union between black students, faculty and the South Seattle College community to enhance cultural and political awareness, social events and support the community.
Christian Club - To promote Christian fellowship and communication on and off the campus of South Seattle College.
Culinary Council - To promote leadership opportunities among culinary students, be a voice for student in the culinary program to the administration, connect with alumni and get them involved with current students. The culinary council is an advocacy group supporting the betterment of the culinary department and its students that is serves.
Heavy Diesel Club 101 - To encourage leadership opportunities amongst members, be a job and class resource for current students and create an environment for students in the diesel program to come together.
Pacific Islander Club - To support and respectful of the Polynesian culture, promote Polynesian cultural identity through traditions and customs, and outreach to high school students, self-determination, respect, and representation.
Southeast Asian Association - Strives to advocate, promote, and preserve our unique culture through social, cultural, and educational progression of all Southeast Asian cultures on the campus of South Seattle College.
SisterHood - The Sisterhood Club is about bringing all women together. Race, color, ethnicity and background does not matter. We value and share different cultures. This club is a major supporter of women empowerment and it encourages women to move forward and achieve their educational goals.
Student Business Association - To recruit, assist, organize, and promote the interest and success of business students and for those interested in business related careers.
Tech=Life - Mission is to give students interested in technology in general and computation in particular a hands-on experience and an opportunity to put what they learn in class to real-world use. Tech=Life is an experimentation and project based club that focuses on engaging and interacting with technology focused students.
Women in STEM - Women in STEM mission is to cultivate a strong supportive community of women within the field of Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, and facilitate dialog about shared experiences and to enhance interest in STEM fields for women.
Veteran’s Club - This organization is dedicated to developing a network of support for every Veteran or Dependent who attends the school. The club meetings to discuss issues on campus and how to address them, and a e-mailing list about activities, events, and job opportunities in the community.
Billiards Club - To play, teach, and promote the game of Billiards.
Chinese Student Association - To encourage a greater awareness of the Chinese culture and the Chinese American identity. The purpose is to initiate social and cultural interactions across all cultural groups on the campus of South Seattle College.
International Association - To promote the friendship among all members, organize activities to promote cultural understanding, a place for everyone to be welcomed, and to recognize international students of all nations.
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlan (MEChA) - MEChA is a student organization that promotes higher education, culture, and historia. MEChA was founded on the principles of self-determination for the liberation of our people. We believe that political involvement and education is the avenue for change in our society.
Muslim Student Association - Strive to build an inclusive community on campus where American Muslims can feel comfortable with their religious identity and also reach out to the campus community in hopes of addressing misconceptions and general questions regarding Islam.
Social Uplifting Club - To create an environment for members to come together and support each other.
Students for Sustainability - The Students for Sustainability supports efforts to improve the environment and the ways South Seattle College interacts with it. The Students for Sustainability offers many ways to get involved through hands-on projects, research and community service to support and/or change policies to support sustainability in an urban environment.
Vietnamese Student Association - To uphold/promote Vietnamese culture & tradition and to build a strong and thriving VSA on the campus of South Seattle College and the community through activities and events.
How to Join a Club
Joining a club is very easy. Attend a scheduled club meeting or you can email the club directly to discuss your questions about joining a club. Each club is an open organization and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, disability, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status or sexual orientation.
Why Start a Club?
- Share your interest with other students
- Develop your leadership skills
- Work as a team and contribute to group efforts
- Be an effective participant in the community
- Learn valuable social & professional skills
Start Your Club:
- Pick up a New Club Application in the Club Center (JMB 142)
- Have four other students who wish to be members of the club.
- Ask a faculty or staff member to serve as your advisor for the complete academic year.
- Turn in your application for approval by the club center staff.
- Club Center Coordinator will contact you and the other members to attend an orientation.
- Formulate the constitution and bylaws of your club.
- Have advisor and Club Center Staff approve constitution and/or bylaws of your club.
- You have a club.
- Schedule your first Meeting.
Club Center Contact Information
Phone: (206) 934-7939
Hours of Operations: Monday - Friday 12 pm to 5 pm
Location: Jerry Brockey Student Center (JMB 142)