List of Campus Clubs:
For more information regarding Campus Clubs please e-mail the contact provided below.
Alpha Delta Nu
The objective of the Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society shall be to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing. The society shall encourage the pursuit of advance degrees in the profession of nursing as well as continuing education as a life-long professional responsibility. Additionally, the society shall participate in the recruitment of qualified individuals into the profession of nursing.
On campus bible talk and outreach club built on God's words and relationships.
American Association of University Women
AAUW promotes equity for women and the advancement of female leaders by equipping members with community outreach and professional development opportunities.
American Cancer Society of COC Club
The goal of our organization is to provide resources, support, and awareness to students and faculty about Cancer. We will also provide volunteer and community service opportunities for students. We are affiliated with the American Cancer Society of Valencia and the national organization. Everyone and every major is welcome!
American Medical Student Association
AMSA at College of the Canyons establishes strong relationships between students and medical professionals in an effort to provide students with life-changing experiences that shape their future in medicine. Our club consists of individuals interested in becoming physicians, nurses, veterinarians, dentists, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals.
American Sign Language Club
The College of the Canyons American Sign Language Club strives to connect the Deaf and hearing worlds together by creating awareness of the uniqueness of both distinct cultures. The club creates opportunities for Deaf and hearing individuals to connect in fun and meaningful activities.
The Anthropology Club will serve as a campus organization that allows any current College of the Canyons student to engage in campus and community events that promote anthropological tenets. The goals for the club will be to engage students in community service projects, field trips, archaeological digs, lecture series, and other events that show them the use of anthropology outside of the classroom, as well as the benefit of service learning.
Armenian Student Association
The Armenian Students Association at College of the Canyons (ASA) strives to cultivate an understanding and appreciation of Armenian history, heritage, and culture through social, philanthropic, and educational activities. ASA is focused on providing a space where Armenian-American students can connect with their roots, network with one another, and give back to their communities -- be it on campus, the Armenian community, or other communities abroad.
Art Club promotes the growth and development of student art, art appreciation, and our connection with the art community.
Association for Computing Machinery
Our goal is to serve as an academic, professional, and networking resource for College of the Canyons students with an interest in computer technology.
Astronomy and Physics Club
The Astronomy and Physics club is open to the public. Our mission statement is to educate and inform the public about space, physics and science in general. We do this through outreaches and field trips.
Ballet Folklorico Tesoro Mestizo
Ballet Folklórico Tesoro Mestizo seeks to honor the Mexican Folk Dance Culture and keep the tradition alive. It seeks to promote diversity and create awareness within College of the Canyons’ student body, and the community by celebrating the rich and diverse Mexican Folk Dance culture. Ballet Folklórico Tesoro Mestizo provides students a unique opportunity of cultural awareness about Mexican culture. Through dance, members express pride and appreciation, while contributing to the better understanding of the Mexican culture and traditions.
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The Biology club is involved in different events regarding Biology and helping the community. As well as, helping and informing students with careers on the Biology field and paths that can be persuade. Meeting are every other Wednesday.
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The Black Student Union’s goal is to help students become the best versions of themselves through unity, respect and understanding. The BSU strives to educate students of all backgrounds about black culture and welcomes people of all races, genders, and sexual orientations to engage in open dialogue in a safe space, free of judgement and discrimination. We believe that equality without unity is a lost cause, so we work toward creating unity through understanding.
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Diverse group of individuals that have a general interest in chemistry; coming together to perform demonstrations, community outreach projects, and informational meetings on how chemicals affect humans biologically, and their surrounding environment.
Chinese Student Association
Chinese Student Association is a new service club for Chinese international student in COC. It is a student-led association that teaches Chinese student how to communicate with other non-Chinese speakers and study in this community college.
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Comedy Improv Team
The Comedy Improv Club provides students with the opportunity to perform improv, build communication skills and expand creativity.
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Communication Studies Club
Breaking down barriers of communication.
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This club meets to discuss the Computer Science field, with a focus on the video games industry.
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A club with a mission to glorify Christ through campus services and promoting awareness of Coptic Orthodox Christianity.
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Engineering Club assists students with a wide platform for creative and innovative projects. Engineering Club works to supply students with enough resources to learn Arduino kit building, soldering, testing as well as reading circuit diagram schematics as well as coding and programming.
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Hello and welcome to Fright Club! We are discuss and take part in literally anything and everything having to do with Spooky/Scary activities. Such subjects include Paranormal research, historical documents and findings regarding haunted locations or criminal investigations both famous or non famous, books, comics, horror films, mythology, and so much more! We are also a volunteer service that is involved in fundraising and charitable events for a good cause such as the food drive. Please join us if you dare!
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Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda
To bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
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Thinking about becoming a teacher? The COC FUTURE EDUCATORS CLUB is for you! What is the Future Educators Club? The Future Educators Club is a FREE RESOURCE for all people who are interested in a career in Education. What does the club do? The Future Educators Club assists people in reaching their educational and vocational goals by providing FREE career exploration activities, workshops and guest speakers, and through participation in both campus and city wide events. Why should you join? You will meet other people who are interested in becoming teachers, counselors, therapists, and many other education related careers. The club provides opportunities to network with students, teachers and administrators from local schools and school districts. You will also have the opportunity to participate in many workshops and activities to get you ready for a career in education!
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Gamma Beta Phi Honors Society
The Gamma Beta Phi Society is a national honors and service society dedicated to serving the community and making a difference.
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The purpose of the GSA is to lessen the isolation that LGBTQ+ individuals might otherwise experience by providing a sense of community and space for both LGBTQ+ and straight members. The GSA aims to establish a social network where member's identities are respected. By LGBTQ+ and straight individuals working together, GSA members can inspire equality and promote awareness of diversity.
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Global Citizens Association
The Global Citizens Association is here to help familiarize students about global and cultural diversity through social and educational platforms by bringing attention to global issues and having the ability to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
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A club who aims to provide support and aid towards creating affordable housing towards low income households, in addition to providing contributions for the betterment of various communitties.
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Hands on Earth
The purpose of Hands on Earth Club is to provide students with outdoor group experiences, foster awareness of nature and the national environment, to provide a positive setting for the exchange of outdoor knowledge and experiences, and to educate and create in its members, an awareness, interest, and understanding of the importance of appreciating and preserving our natural environment.
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To further develop historical knowledge and contextual understanding of current events through collaborative learning outside of the classroom.
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The COC Honors Club helps to fulfill the goals of the COC Honors Program in a co-curricular capacity. Honors students are provided with enrichment opportunities that promote successful transfer to a four year university. The club aims to positively influence its school and the local community of the Santa Clarita Valley through leadership, service, and education. The club also provides fellowship among scholars, an intellectual environment for the promotion of ideas and ideals, and the motivation and support in the attainment of academic excellence.
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The HUB (Helping Us Become...) is a club with a shared vision of building leaders within a "Community of Caring".
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Our purpose is to help prepare student for illustrative careers and educations through guiding their portfolio making processes.
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Kinesiology Majors Club
The Kinesiology Majors Club is designed to inform students at College of the Canyons about the many opportunities within the Kinesiology department along with informing major students about the many professional and personal options in the local community related to the field of Kinesiology.
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The MakerSpace Club facilitates education for the purposes of enabling students and community members to design, prototype and create innovative works. We allow members to share their talents with others who may be trying a particular trade for the first time in a safe and well-maintained environment.
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The purpose of the Math Club of the College of the Canyons is provide an opportunity for students to explore mathematical ideas and concepts that are not usually discussed in COC classes. We strive to discover how math is involved in different aspects of life and show mathematical applications in different fields with the help from our guest speakers. Last but not least, we strive to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills by solving various mathematical problems which also includes solving contest problems.
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Model United Nations
Model United Nations (MUN) is a club offers students the opportunity to simulate the work of the United Nations and its various agencies in simulated diplomacy, and bargaining and negotiations in a multilateral international context. Working directly along side the Political Science 210 course, Model United Nations to emphasize extemporaneous speaking and experiential learning to provide students with practical experience in international politics.
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MyGenerationMyFight, a subsidy of ZOE International, aims to spread awareness and education among the community about the reality of modern-day slavery: human trafficking. Members of MGMF will gain knowledge and use their voices to stand together in the fight against human trafficking.
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National Parks Club
To gain knowledge of the National Parks of The United States and explore them
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Parallax Photo Club
We are a student based club who express our love for photography through guest lectures, movie nights, portfolio reviews, and club excursions (camping trips, DTLA, photo galleries, and more!). Interested in photography? Get involved and hangout with us! (No professional equipment required)
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Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa's mission is two-fold: Recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and; Provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service, and fellowship programming.
Phi Theta Kappa's membership provides exclusive access to a compilation of innovative benefits available to members online. Among them are the eScholarship Directory, listing information on scholarships designated exclusively for Phi Theta Kappa members; letters of recommendation for scholarships and employment; and press releases announcing induction into the Society. These benefits give members the academic, scholarship, and employment tools that will help in attaining goals for the future. For a complete listing of membership benefits, refer to the Headquarters website at ptk.org.
- You must be enrolled at a regionally accredited institution offering an associate degree program;
- You must have completed at least 12 units of coursework that may be applied to an associate degree (part-time students may be eligible);
- You must generally have a grade point average of 3.5;
- You must receive an invitation to membership from the chapter at the college where presently enrolled;
- You must adhere to the moral standards of the society
One-time membership fee of $85.00
To learn more about opportunities that accompany Phi Theta Kappa membership, make plans to attend the general meetings during the Fall Semester. Meetings are held on the first and third Thursday of each month at 4PM in LTC-133. If you are unable to attend or are interested in membership, please call 661-362-5927 or email Dr. Miriam Golbert at email@example.com for more information.
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The Philosophy Club provides an informal environment where students can come together to raise, to investigate and to discuss philosophical topics; to provide social gatherings on and off campus; and to organize opportunities for community outreach and education. Members of the club will select the topics, and will organize all other club events.
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Physician Assistant Student Club
We are a club organized of pre-physician assistant students who share the same desire to work in the medical field. Our goal is to build a community in which pre-pa students can build relationships and network with one another to provide guidance toward becoming physician assistants.
Building a foundation of leadership and community service is fundamental in our journey to become physician assistants. Each semester our club will work to organize events that both serve the community and allow our members to develop these necessary foundations
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Political Science Club
Club dedicated to discussing politics and current events in a non-partisan way. Great for anybody interested in politics and political science majors.
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Psi Beta Honor's Society
Volunteerism and serving our local and campus community.
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To support our community through volunteerism, attend psychology conferences, have fun!
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Real Life on Campus
Faith based club from Real Life Church with intentional focus on fostering authentic community, engaging in service opportunities and offering open dialogue about faith and culture with relevant topics.
For More Information Email: Dwilson@reallifechurch.org
Red Cross Club
COC Red Cross Club assists the local red cross chapter in educating and developing the community. The mission of The American Red Cross is to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
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Sigma Chi Eta
Honor Society for Communication Studies Club.
Honor Society for STEM majors, helping achieve opportunities for those in need.
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The College of the Canyons Sociology Club was established to provide students with a forum to explore sociological issues. It emphasizes the process of learning through the investigation and analysis of sociological phenomena. It supports events that further the goals of students of sociology, including but not limited to fundraisers, guest speakers, and attendance at professional meetings.
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South Asian Student Association
As a union, the South Asian Student Association strives to introduce the fundamentals of South Asian culture by sharing the knowledge of traditions and practices with all cultures. South Asian Student Association is focused on providing a safe space for students to congregate and connect.
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College of the Canyons' award-winning forensics program provides students with the opportunity to hone their public speaking, debate and presentation skills through on-campus tournaments and regional competitions. The confidence, competence and character gained through the forensics experience benefit COC students as they move on to universities and enter the professional world.
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Sports Medicine Club
Our mission is to provide and promote a better knowledge and understanding of the field of Sports Medicine and the career options available. Our club also provides opportunities for networking which is vital to success in this field.
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Student Nurses' Association (NSNA)
The National Student Nurses' Association is a nonprofit organization who's "mission is to mentor students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses, and to convey the standards, ethics, and skills that students will need as responsible and accountable leaders and members of the profession" (nsna.org). We practice these aspects by bringing all semesters of students in COC's nursing program and giving back to our surrounding communities.
Student Nutrition & Wellness Advocates
SNAC is a student club committed to promoting health and wellness on campus and in the community. SNAC provides training and work experience to students that are interested in nutrition, health, and fitness careers through education, outreach, and environmental action.
The Lady Cougar's Dance Crew
Our club is mainly a place where we come together as a dance team and do performances.
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Last Updated 06/07/2018
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