Participation is Encouraged!
Students are encouraged to participate in campus clubs and organizations. Clubs provide networking for students in academic, special interest and social programs. The club program is an ever-growing phase of the college scene with new clubs appearing each year.
Clubs, organizations and the Associated Student Body are very important parts of college life for many of our students. Leadership skills are developed through the informal atmosphere of organizational activities.
New clubs are welcome. For more information about how to start a club or organization please contact the office of Student Life and Leadership
The Inter-Club Council (ICC) is the governing body for all clubs. The roles of the ICC are designed to:
- Enforce all rules and regulations of the ASB Codes
- Facilitate cooperation between clubs
- Act as a council for communication between clubs
- Assist in the promotion of club activities
Campus Clubs and Organizations
Our Current List of Clubs include:
- Anthropological Society
- AmeriCorps Service Club
- Amnesty International
- Buddhists for Peace
- Brothers and Sisters United
- Campus Crusade for Christ
- Chess Club
- Computer Club
- English Club
- French Club
- Philosophical Society
- Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
- Psi Beta
(Psychology Honor Society)
- Psychology Club
- Santiago Business Society
- Santiago Prodution Society
- Students for a Democratic Society
- Teachers for Tomorrow
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