Office of Student Life

Office of Student Life

List of Clubs and Meeting Times

Note: The most current club list is attached here.


Mission Statement

Meeting Times & Locations

American Sign Language Club
Raymond Bateh

To improve the awareness and understanding of the Deaf Community and American Sign Language throughout South Puget Sound Community College.

1st and 3rd Fridays at noon, Bldg 23 -221

Anthropology Club
Kathryn Fulton

To promote and initiate activities of an anthropological nature among students of SPSCC, South Sound area, Washington state, and at the national level.

Thursdays at noon

Bldg 23- 202

Automotive Club
Steve McRavin

Christina Winstead

To gain experience in the automotive filed outside the classroom. In addition, to build community and high school relations that will further link the program at SPSCC with individuals and community.

Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m., Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m., Bldg 16-117.

Brick Club

David Hyde

To utilize creative and diverse educational approaches to promote student awareness and advocate progressive social changes.

Mondays at 3:45 p.m.

Bldg 27- 114

Christian Club
Lynette Hill

To provide a time and space for Christians to gather for fellowship and for the discussing of Christian ideas.

Thursdays at noon,

Bldg 23- 203

C. O. R. E Club
(Center of Research & Economics)
Khalid Abdalla

To inform and educate the community about important economic issues. To conduct economic and market analysis and to share the analysis with student body.

Thursdaysat noon,

Bldg 20- 206

Club Français
Alexandra Gouirand

To give students an opportunity to explore the language and cultural of France and other Francophone countries.

Wednesdays at noon,

Bldg 21- 287

C.S.I. Club
(Crime Scene Investigation)
Warren McLeod

To promote and initiate activities of a criminal justice and forensic nature among the students of SPSCC and the community.

1st and 3rd Thursdays at noon, Bldg 23- 221

Drama Club
Donald Welch

To raise awareness for the theater art, and to improve student's skills in the same area.

Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m.

Thursdays at noon,

Bldg. 21- Black Box

International Students Association Club
Heather Lukashin

To bring together students of all backgrounds for the purpose of exploring and celebrating various cultures of the world, as well as understanding American Culture.

Once a month. Contact the advisor for dates and times.

Latino Student Union
Raul Trujillo

Anne Kelly-Glasoe

To build awareness of the diverse cultures from Latin America and promote unity within those communities, whether in SPSCC or in the Thurston County area.

Tuesdays at noon,
Thursdays  at 4 p.m.,
Bldg 22- 270 (D.E.C.)


Law Club
Mark Baum

To provide students an opportunity to expand their knowledge and experience in the legal field by forging a working relationship within our community and professional field.

1st Wed. at 4:30 pm
3rd Wed. at noon
in the SUB, Bldg 27

Maker Club
Darrin Klaus

 To provide a collaborative environment that will bring different areas of study into a space where student can be innovative, collaborative, and creative. To create a student ran engine to explore what the Maker Revolution means to this campus and the greater community.

Wednesdays, 12:10pm., Bldg 23 - 221

Medical Assisting Club
Carolyn Fuller

To promote knowledge and facilitate the education of students in the field of medical assisting, above and beyond classroom and clinical experiences.

Tuesdays at 2:15 p.m.,

Bldg 34 -  208

M.I.T Club
(Math is Terrific)

Yvonne Fish

John Schaub

To promote the understanding and knowledge of mathematic among others. To represent SPSCC in regional or national mathematic competition off campus and volunteer tutoring students.

Fridays at 1:35 p.m.,

Bldg 35 - 351


(Muslim Student Association)

Nausheen Kasmani

To raise Islamic awareness within the campus and community. To provide an inviting social and academic environment for SPSCC students.

Thursdays at noon,

Bldg 27-114

N.E.R.D. Club
(Needlessly Engaging in Recreational Dorkery)
Patrick Tagesell

Melissa Nivala

To provide a safe and friendly forum for students to promote eclectic interests and to establish a "nerd"-friendly presence on campus.

Mondays at noon in the

Cafeteria, SUB (Bldg. 27)

Pacific Islanders Club
Eileen Yoshina

To support Pacific Islanders students here in our campus and community. To promote, educate, and raise awareness about Pacific Islanders culture.

Tuesdays at 11 a.m

Bldg 22- 270 (D.E.C.)

Rainbow Gang Club

Jennifer Berney

Violet Lamb

To support members of the LGBTQ+ community. To educate and build alliances with straight Allies.

Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m.,

Bldg 22- 270 (D.E.C.)

Running Start Club
Nathan Levans

To provide social and academic resources and networking opportunities to current and prospective Running Start students and families.

1st and 3rd Tuesdays,

1 p.m., Bldg 22-211

S.I.S.R.A. Club
(Student Initiated Scientific Research Alliance)
James Chen

Sarah Cabbage

To gather students interested in science together and increase their exposure to scientific problems.

Thursdays at noon,

Bldg 35 - 352

S.N.A.P.S. Club
(Nursing Club)
Beth Cumberland

Jolene Stiles

To encourage leadership and community involvement opportunities among our nursing cohorts, prerequisite students, and any other students interested in health care at SPSCC.

Every other Tuesday at noon, Bldg 34 - 209

Teachers of Tomorrow
Caprice Paduano

Chris Moon

To provide support for those seeking careers in education, to serve the educational community, and to spread information related to education among our members, the SPSCC student body, and the community.

2nd and 4th Thursdays at noon, Bldg 20- 219


Jan. 15, Jan.29, Feb. 12, Feb. 26, Feb.28, Mar. 12

The Moving Picture Company Club

Riley Gibson

Jason Salcedo

To watch and critique movies as a life affirming medium of thought, feeling, and creativity

1st and 3rd Tuesdays

2 p.m.,

Bldg 22-Elearning Lab

The Writers' Circle Club
Jessyka Williams

Nancy Miller

Sarah Tavis

To provide support and guidance to students in their writing. To give students a means of presenting, displaying, and ultimately sharing their work through contests, reading, publications, etc.

Thursdays, 3:30 p.m.

Bldg 27- 119

Tomodachi Club
Luke Yamaguchi

To educate club members about Japanese culture and history.

Thursdays at noon, Bldg 21-294

Veteran’s Club
Craig Toney

To assist veterans through the college experience and to insure success and community awareness of that experience.


(World Arts, Culture, & Music) 
Aki Suzuki

Jennifer Hermann

To give students and members a place to learn about and express all world cultures through arts and music.

Mondays at 2 p.m.

Bldg. 21-252

Welding Club
Sarah Patterson

Dan Main

Established for scholastic and recreational purposes to gain community and state recognition. To promote welding & metal fabrication trades for economic and artistic purposes.

First and third Fridays at 9 a.m., Bldg 16-206