City College has nearly 30 student clubs and organizations--each as different as the students we serve. We pride ourselves on the diverse backgrounds, interests, and cultures found on our campus.


Joining a club is one of the best ways to get involved on campus. Interested in joining, or maybe starting, one? For information, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at 619-388-3498 or visit us at M-200.


ICC (Inter-club Council) is a forum, which helps clubs collaborate and strengthen their efforts on campus. The ICC provides guidance, various workshop opportunities to all new and existing clubs on campus, valuable networking opportunities, and seeks to increase and promote all clubs on campus. ICC meets every Friday at 9:00 a.m. in the Associated Students Government Center located in the Student Affairs building M-201. Your club should be sending at least one representative to each ICC meeting so they can promote and support your respective club and activities.


Inter-Club Council Office:  M-200 
Inter-Club Council Phone: 619-388-3599  
Inter-Club Council Email:


Mandatory Club Orientation: All advisors and students interested in starting a new club are required to view the Online Advisor/Student Club Orientation. You may access the presentation here. Please send a confirmation email to Marian Rodriguez once you have reviewed the presentation.


There are a lot of exciting things happening here at City. Join a club and be part of the excitement. To learn more, contact the Office of Student Affairs at (619) 388-3498. 

Important Student Club Forms

Below is a list of resources to aim to support clubs and assist with creating events on campus that promote the clubs purpose.


Club & Organization Name

Faculty Advisor(s) & E- Mail Address(es)


Club Purpose

 Active Minds at SDCC

 Nadia Sayeh

Emma Roy-Condron

Active Minds is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for students. Active Minds is dedicated to saving lives and to building stronger families and communities. Through education, research, advocacy, and a focus on students and young adults, Active Minds is opening up the conversation about mental health and creating lasting change in the way mental health is talked about, cared for, and valued in the United States. Active Minds at San Diego City College is a chapter within this organization.

Anthropology Society of SDCC

George Timothy Gross

Ryan Corpus

The purpose of the club is to educate ourselves, as students, and the public on the importance of anthropology and its sub-fields, and to assist anyone interested in the field professionally and academically.

Asian & Pacific Islander Student Alliance (APSA)

Nora Hinsley

Wilson Saiki, Jr.

The APSA club is established to promote and share our diverse cultural heritage and our differing historical experiences with our campus community. APSA will be sponsoring educational, cultural, civic, and social events that address the needs of our community and increases our visibility on campus.

ASG Associated Students Government

Marciano Perez, Jr., M.A.
Lori Oldham, M.Ed.

Susana Molina-Bibian
Andrew Leal

As student leaders we are committed to serving and advocating for the student interests by promoting diversity, community, and academic success.

Audubon Club

Lisa Chaddock

Christian Ayala

Students will be a part of a campus environmental community, participating in organized activities to advance the knowledge of local birds, habitats and sustainability efforts that will begin them on a pathway to a profession in environmental sustainability.

 City Unity Club

 Shane Haggard

 Danielle Beahm

 The purpose of this organization shall be to actively engage San Diego City College students in the fight for LGBTQ equality, through activism, education, and advocacy.

 Early Childhood Care & Education Educators Club

 Denise Blaha

Maritza Garcia

 To provide the opportunity to network with each other and other Early Education professionals in career and education development opportunities, while gaining leadership experience as we organize campus and community events to advocate for equity and empowerment of children and families

(HUBU)Hermanos Unidos

Rasheed Aden

Oscar David Rendon

Hermanos Unidos/Brothers United (HUBU) is committed to helping students to succeed by informing, motivating, and preparing them for success both academically and personally. The HUBU mission is to increase faculty and student interaction; promote community, cultural, and gender identity development, and encourage peer-to-peer interaction between students. The HUBU club is a student-led organization aimed at unifying and increasing academic achievement of people of color through campus involvement and community service

International Socialist Organization



To participate in the struggles for justice and liberation today.


Enrique Davalos

Kathya Ascencio

Organization to become politically continuous through community involvement and pride in who they are and where they come from.

Muslim Student Association


Ahmed Aden


Mohamed Ali

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
(In the Name of Allah, The Most Beneficent The Most Merciful)
Muslim Student Association (MSA) seeks to introduce the community to and familiarize it with Islamic culture and thought by sharing the spirit of Islam with Muslims and non-Muslims. The MSA is open to students of all faiths. Its main goal is to promote an educational and informative outlook of Islam that helps to address and eliminate misconceptions of the religion today. It is to provide a new perspective of life and one’s role in it, and to enlighten both Muslims and non-Muslims. It’s for anyone interested in Islam and cultures associated with Islam, and anyone who wishes to make a more peaceful place.

Nursing Students’ Association


Rhonna Porch

Victoria Shirley

As a constituent chapter of the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA) and the California Nursing Students' Association (CNSA), the SDCC NSA focuses on the advancement and transition of City College students to professional nurses through leadership, education, advocacy, mentorship, service, activism and stewardship.

Phi Theta Kappa

Elizabeth Meehan

Nadia Escobar

The purpose of Beta Iota Kappa Chapter shall be to recognize and encourage scholarship among San Diego City College students. To achieve this purpose, we shall provide opportunities for development of leadership, service, an intellectual climate for the exchange of ideas and ideals, lively fellowship for scholars, and the stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.

Psi Beta & Psychology Club

Kim Sweeney

Anahi Ronquillo

Psi Beta’s mission is to encourage professional development and psychological literacy of all students at two-year colleges through promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service. ~Psi Beta National Council, August 14, 2014


Luis Perez

Jerusalen Davila

WE, the students of the Puente Club do hereby form this organization to contribute and support our educational endeavor. The Puente Club will intend to increase awareness and become familiar with issues impacting around our communities and the Puentista members. WE will get involved in making process on campus and giving to our community. We plan to foster our education, leadership training and personal goals.


Lorenza Levy

Arturo Baza

SACNAS is an all-inclusive organization dedicated to fostering the success of traditionally underrepresented groups, from college students to professionals, in attaining advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in STEM.

(Samahan ng mga Filipino at Amerikano)

Susan Hasegawa

Rochelle O’Donnell-Juarez

The purpose is to embrace the Filipino culture, art and language to City College and greater communities. Furthermore, to form a support network and social gathering for Filipino students and other students interested in the Philippines and to increase the Filipino population in San Diego City College. Develop more leadership skills through teamwork and honorific hospitality to each other.

Renewable Energy Club

Kelly Mayhew

Waldo Chavez

The Renewable Energy Club’s purpose is to become informed on the renewable energy technology in the world, and to expand on those ideas through discussion, design, and action.

San Diego City College Film Society

Cy Kuckenbaker

Garrett Turner

To expand cinematic scholarship for film aficionados and aspiring writers interested in analysis of the medium who currently attend City College, to allow them to exercise their skills and create a public space for films both topical and representative of the diversity of expression that this art offers.

San Diego City College Robotics Engineering Club

Robert Pruitt

Parker Togut

The purpose of the organization is to provide San Diego Community College District students with a real-world engineering experience through investigation of, and participation in, the field of robotics. The primary form of participation shall be the development of robots for use in established intercollegiate competitions.


Ebony Tyree

Mariah Jameson

Umoja is a club meant to support the Umoja Community; to motivate, inspire, lead by example, and be proactive at the community college level.

Urban Scholars Union


Barbara Lesure

Urban Scholars

We are student advocates with lived experience committed to empowering all cultures transitioning from incarceration to education. To cut recidivism rates through empowerment, leadership development, and reconstruction of social and personal narratives.

Zion Bible Study Club

Paul Greer

Travis Turner

To Inform and Educate students on biblical topics, through science, historical and biblical prophecies.