List of Campus Clubs
This list of clubs will be updated for the 2020-2021 club term by August 1, 2020
For more information regarding Campus Clubs please e-mail the contact provided below.
Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Advocacy
For More Information Email: Active_Minds@yahoo.com
Alpha Delta Nu
The purpose of Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society at College of the Canyons is to promote scholarship and academic excellence in the profession of nursing, to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing, to encourage the pursuit of advanced degrees in the profession of nursing as well as continuing education as a life-long professional responsibility.
For More Information Email: Rachael.Houghton@canyons.edu
College students growing in our relationship with God, building friendships, serving the community and making an impact!
For More Information Email: Aocampuscoc@gmail.com
American Cancer Society Club
Bring awareness to our community, celebrate lives, and lend a helping hand to those affected by cancer.
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American Medical Student Association
We see opportunities to reshape medicine as future physicians and health care providers. Our vision is a world where health care is accessible, medicine is affordable and systems support the diversity we see around us. We’re the next generation of physicians, leaders and change agents. Seventy years strong, with roughly 30,000 active members all across the globe, AMSA is a student-led, national association that exists to cultivate, inspire and inform medical students.
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American Red Cross Club
A group that provides you and your peers with opportunities to make a difference by addressing your community's greatest needs and developing leadership skills. Red Cross Clubs empower you with knowledge and life-saving skills to help prepare your school and community to respond to emergencies.
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American Sign Language Club
The American Sign Club at College of the Canyons is dedicated to creating awareness of deafness, Deaf Culture, and American Sign Language on campus and within our community.
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The Anthropology Club aims to encourage students to explore the anthropology field whether for personal interest or a future career.
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Astronomy and Physics Club
The astronomy and physics club is a club that is open for anyone, that has members actively learn and engage in science, this is done through activities, lectures, field trips, and outreach.
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The club tries to participate in biology events, for students who enjoy biology. All events are related to the pre med or environmental path.
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Canyons Remote Control
Hands on experience with building radio-controlled land, air, and aquatic vehicles, while developing critical in field and engineering experience.
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Chemistry club is a place to learn chemistry in a fun environment and a place to sharpen your chemistry skills.
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Communication Studies Club
COMS Club is committed to advancing the understanding of the field of communication studies and empowering its members to positively influence the campus culture.
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Computer Science Club
A chill and fun environment where anyone can participate in coding activities such as developing video games.
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We glorify God through campus services by creating a spiritual atmosphere of fellowship and promoting awareness of Coptic Orthodox Christianity throughout the college.
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In Engineering Club members will come together to design and create a project that involves engineering and computer science. The yearly engineering project is designed for learning purposes, therefore, members do not need certain skills in order to participate in the project. Engineering club also host workshops for members who want to learn skills that are outside of the scope of our project. Lastly, for the first time this year, the engineering club will support the Girl Rising Foundation by fundraising and spreading awareness.
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Every Nation Campus
ENC is a group of Christ - centered young adults seeking to Love God and Love Others by actively serving and hosting open conversations about faith and life.
For More Information Email: ENCatSCV@gmail.com
Film Club is a place for students to work together to make/learn/talk about movie-making skills and future careers in the film industry.
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Fire Fighters of Tomorrow
The mission of the Firefighters of Tomorrow is to serve our community while enhancing our future careers as first responders. We shall anticipate and respond to the dynamic public needs of a diverse community, while engaged in education and training to prepare ourselves for how to best serve the current and future needs of our community.
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We are a club involved in anything and everything to do with the horror genre. We get into paranormal investigations of haunted historical locations and stories, scary movie nights, field trips, and so much more! We also provide charity services by accepting donations of food and supplies for homeless and housing insecure students as well as other community members in need.
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Future Business Leaders of America
Organization that brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
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Gamma Beta Phi Honors Society
"The Gamma Beta Phi Society is an honor and service organization for students in colleges and universities in the United States. It is non-secret, non-profit, and co-educational; membership does not exclude a student from membership in other organizations."
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Grace on Campus
Grace on Campus exists to exalt God, to encourage and edify believers and to evangelize the lost. As members of the Grace on Campus Club our mission is to provide an avenue through which believers on campus can connect with other believers, identify areas and ways we can be purposefully involved in campus life and the lives of fellow students, and encourage one another to live for God on COCs campus.
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Habitat For Humanity
Non-profit organization which seeks volunteers to help eliminate poverty housing and homelessness.
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Hands on Earth
Hands on Earth is dedicated to providing students with opportunities to work together to preserve and enhance biodiversity and to learn how ecosystems function and the important value of natural capital.
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To hike while we still can.
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Hillel & Jewish Club
Jewish organization focused on providing students with an inclusive multi-denominational community.
For More Information Email: Cocjewishclub@gmail.com
Our purpose is to help prepare students for illustrative careers and educations through guiding their portfolio making processes.
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Korean Club (KC) is an all inclusive club dedicated to teach students of all backgrounds about Korean culture and language. The club officers and volunteers will be teaching club members about basic Korean history, culture, food, trends, K-pop, K-drama, and basic Korean terms and phrases to all club members. In order to keep the club more exciting, we will be holding weekly activities on and off campus for members to participate in.
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Discover how mathematics is involved in different aspects of life. Explore mathematical ideas and concepts that are usually not discussed in classes. Introduce applications in different fields (usually through presentations of our guest speakers). Facilitate critical thinking and problem solving skills which may be emphasized by solving contest problems.
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Model United Nations
The Model United Nations Club gives students an opportunity to continue their participation in the Model United Nations beyond the course and to work with other students in support of the Model U.N. program.
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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 Student Nurses' Association (NSNA)
Mentor nursing students preparing for initial licensure as a Registered Nurse and promote professional development.
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Parallax Photo Club
We are a student-based club that is all about sharing our passion for photography! We host fun activities including guest lectures, movie nights, and exciting club excursions such as going to DTLA, Photo Galleries, and many more! Are you passionate about photography? Get involved and hang out with us! (No professional equipment required).
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Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa, the International Honor Society for two-year college students recognizes and encourages the academic achievement of two-year college students and provides opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. Our chapter is also an active participant in the Associated Student Government activities and event on campus and the community.
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Political Science Club
The College of the Canyons Political Science Club meets to discuss political occurrences in today's society, international relations, global events, and political theory in a very nonpartisan setting. All political opinions are welcome and a wide range of majors are welcome to join in on the conversation to become more politically informed about both our domestic system as well as the international spectrum.
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Psi Beta Honor Society
Psi Beta Honor Society offers opportunities in volunteering, leadership, scholarships, psychological research, and psychology conferences.
For More Information Email:Tammy.Mahan@canyons.edu
We are a club that is passionate about psychology and our community! Plenty of opportunities exist for building lasting relationships, volunteering, attending psychology conferences, and just simply having fun!
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Sigma Chi Eta
Sigma Chi Eta is committed to advancing the understanding of the field of communication studies and the career opportunities available for graduates.
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Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers College of the Canyons Chapter
Inspiring the Hispanic and minority community to become aspiring engineers
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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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Sound Healing /Meditation Club
Using the power of sound healing and meditation we empower students to self inquire and actualize.
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Provides students with the opportunity to hone their presentation skills through competitive public speaking.
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The College of the Canyons Civic Engagement Club
The College of the Canyons Civic Engagement Club is dedicated to reaching out to local communities by instilling advocacy, education, and reform. Our goal is to network with others to form mental and moral support by means of leadership and friendship to those in need. We are creating this organization in order to work toward a greater sense of purpose and impact meaningful change in our community as well as ourselves.
For More Information Email: CivEngClubCC@gmail.com
The MakerSpace Club
A place where students and staff can come to create, design, and receive assistance with the tools to see their creations come to life.
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The Power In Your Hands
The mission of The Power In Your Hands is to provide services to students, of any background that provides them with tools and resources to help them grow with the power of education. Through study skills, open dialogue, and a long-term nurturing and positive environment we hope to grow students capabilities and help them become the best students they can be. Whether that means transferring, attaining your AA, earning a certificate, or just learning for fun we provide open arms to all students!
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List of Campus Alliances
For more information regarding Campus Alliances please e-mail the contact provided below. Please select for additional information on Campus Alliances.
African American/Black Alliance
The misssion is to provide a safe space for students who identify as Aferican American/Black to build community and a sense of belonging at COC.
First-Gen Student Alliance
The First-Gen Student Alliance provides a space for community building among students who are the first in their families to attend college.
Gender Sexuality Alliance
The GSA safe space for LGBTQ+ students and community members to gather. We offer the opportunity for campus and community activism as well as social gatherings.
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Provide a safe space for students who identify as Latinx/Latina/o/Hispanic/Chicanca/o/x/ etc. to build community and a sense of belonging at COC.
The Autism Social Alliance
The purpose is to build an alliance between students who are on the Autism Spectrum, those who are interested in learning more about the Autism Spectrum, peer counselors and college staff. Alliance members plan and engage in outdoor and indoor activities, socialize, learn and teach the community and staff at COC about the Autism Spectrum in an accepting nonjudgmental environment. Activities will include fun Interclub Activities, Indoor and Outdoor Games, Sports, Education, Hiking, Support, Holiday Celebrations and Learning. COC Alumni are welcome.
Members meet regularly at 3:30 Wednesdays in the Sustainability Center. During the Covid-19 Precautionary Period, meetings have been remote.
A space for Trans* & Gender Non-Conforming students to build a community and create change.
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Veteran's Alliance Organization
The Veteran's Alliance Organization (VALOR) is a space for student veterans to socialize, support one another, enjoy a sense of camaraderie, and promote recognition of the contributions of veterans to our community.
For More Information Email: SB.Tucker@canyons.edu
Last Updated 7/22/2020. Updates will be completed by on or before the 5th week of the Fall and Spring semester.
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