Student clubs and organizations provide students an opportunity to combine various aspects of their academic and/or vocational learning into personal action. Through participation in a student club or organization, students apply the skills and responsibilities of leadership and become involved in the community. Clubs are a great way to meet other students with similar interests and have fun while developing lifelong skills.
Club information was last updated January 24, 2018.
Scroll down for some information regarding current, active clubs! At the bottom on this page, you can see information about how to start your own club!
The mission of the Computer Club is to investigate topics and activities related to all areas of computing..
Student Representative: David Mueller
The purpose of this club is to ensure every student is informed about possibilities and opportunities that a career in the engineering field can offer. Critical thinking, leadership, and teamwork are also promoted. Meets every other Friday at Noon in JH; next meeting is February 2
Student Representative: Michael Hoie
Adviser: Clay Baumgartner
The purpose of this club is to explore and experience the geolgoy of the Pacific Northwest and beyond; introduce it to others; and to raise awareness of ongoing geologic hazards. Meets every Wednesday at 3pm in HNSC.
Student Representative: Vanessa Santillan
Mainstream Student Newspaper
You can write letters to the editor, write a guest column, or join The Mainstream staff (register for Journalism Production (J215) for a term or more as a writer, editor, designer or photographer.
Student Representative: Alicia Graves
National Student Nursing Association, UCC Chapter
The purpose of this club is to promote community involvement and quality nursing education/support
Student Representative: Heather Monroe
Phi Theta Kappa
This club is for students with a 3.5 grade-point average or higher. According to the Phi Theta Kappa website, the club strives to recognize and encourage scholarships among two-year college students. The group hosts multiple events every term. Meets every Thursday at 9am in the Student Center Student Lounge/Student Engagement Center
Student Representative: Jamie Vallotton
Pre Health Professionals Club
The purpose of this club is to promote the understand and exploration of various health professions by UCC students.
Student Representative: Catherine Cuyugan
Queer Students Advocacy
The QSA is dedicated to fostering and nurturing the understanding, acceptance, and education of anyone within the membership and community. The club will emphasize creating a supportive, confidential environment for students of all sexual orientations.
The SkillsUSA club at UCC recommends that students be in one of the technical or career programs but does not require it. SkillsUSA focuses on helping its members become world-class workers and responsible citizens. The SkillsUSA group hosts more than 80 competitions in the fields of leadership development, health occupations, occupationally related contests, and trade, industrial and technical contests.
The purpose of this club is to provide a supportive and confidential environment for students of all cultural and ethnic identities. To offer opportunities to learn and teach about the vibrant diversity of Spanish and Latino cultures, and the Spanish language. To create, host, or facilitate cultural events and exhibitions to enrich our campus and our community. To advocate for Spanish speakers and also the Latino community.
Student Representative: Pricila Lopez
UCC Forestry Club
The purpose of this club is to act as a support group for the students of the UCC Forestry and Natural Resources Program and serve as a learning tool.
Student Representative: Wade Christensen
Umpqua University League of Legends (UULOL)
The purpose of this club is to bring gaming on campus to relieve stress. Meets every Monday from 4-6pm in the Student Center Student Lounge
Student Representative: McKenzie Callahan
Veterans of UCC Club
The purpose of the club is to promote camaraderie among student veteran's and to support the UCC campus in any way we can. Meets every other Wednesday at 12:30pm in the Veterans Center; next meeting is February 7.
Student Representative: Gerald Ryan
Creating a New Club
The process for starting a new club:
- Complete the Club Petition form. You will need 30 signatures from students who are currently enrolled in 3 or more credits. You will need to identify a student who will serve as the club representative (or contact).
- Identify a Club Advisor and have them review and sign the petition and the Club Advisor Agreement
- Develop a Constitution and/or Bylaws for your Club. You may use the template provided or review the handout on how to develop one of your own
- Submit (1) (2) and (3) to the ASUCC Activities Officer.
- Attend the ASUCC Leadership Board meeting, where your Club Petition form will be reviewed. For winter term 2018, the ASUCC Leadership Board meets every Thursday at 1pm in the Student Center Bistro (located in the back left of the Cafeteria)
- Once approved, you will need to meet with Marjan Coester, Director for Student Life, for a club orientation.
Business and Entrepreneurship Club
Campus Interfaith Coalition
Student Representative: Robert Mountain-spring Wood
UCC's debate club meets weekly to hone debate skills in a friendly and non-judgmental environment. Everyone is welcome to attend meetings, even if just to observe. The purpose of this club is to gather other students with an interest in debate. Meets Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. in Jackson Hall #11.
Student Representative: Chris Livermore
This club is focused on providing opportunities to members to travel and see productions across the Pacific Northwest. Another goal of the club is to stimulate creativity and serve the campus with cultural recreational offerings.
Adviser: Stephanie Newman
This club is dedicated to making the campus more environmentally friendly, working on the UCC Community Garden, participating in outdoor activities, and volunteering in the community.
UCC Social Justice League