Explore the various Clubs and Organizations that SJC has today!

Student Clubs & Organizations

At SJC, we know that college is more than just lectures and textbooks. Student clubs and organizations are where you can truly embrace your passions and discover new ones. Ready to join the adventure?


Get Involved in San Juan College!

Take your college experience to the next level with SJC's student clubs and organizations! With 20+ groups to join, there's a place for you to learn, volunteer, play, and grow. 

Want to step up and lead? Then join one of our student organizations. You'll help plan and coordinate campus and community events, setting the tone for life at SJC. You can also join one of our student clubs to connect with others who share your academic and personal interests. Learning doesn't stop in the classroom at SJC, so join our student community to make lifelong friendships and unforgettable memories.

"Being in Geeks & Gamers Club has helped me become myself and is a place where I have made many new friends. I love the people there and will continue to be a part of the club"

- Andrew Coolidge
Geeks & Gamers Club President

Student Organizations

Represent fellow students and make an impact on SJC by joining a student organization. You'll have the chance to grow your leadership skills and help shape campus life in a meaningful way.

Plan and host student activities and campus events by joining the Campus Activity Board (CAB). Work closely with the Office of Student Engagement and Campus Life to host exciting activities and help create a vibrant environment at SJC.

Annual activities include:

  • Luminarias Display
  • Block Party
  • Family Night
  • Spring Bash
  • Halloween Carnival
  • Outdoor movie nights

To join, stop by the Student Engagement and Campus Life office (Room 1612), email getinvolved@3383899.com, or call (505) 566-3212.

Represent the voice of the students by joining the Associated Students of San Juan College. You will be a part of our student government and make decisions that affect the SJC campus.

To be a part of the Associated Students, email getinvolved@3383899.com or call (505) 566-3403.

Plan and discuss upcoming student activities with other club and organization leaders. The SOLC is led by members of the CAB, Associated Students of San Juan College, and other campus groups. You'll meet monthly during the fall and spring semesters so groups can cooperate in serving the student body and the community.

To be a part of SOLC, contact Amanda Robles at roblesa@3383899.com

Student Clubs

Want to connect with others who share your interests? Or perhaps you want to try something new? Look no further than SJC’s student clubs! They’re a great way to make new friends, learn new skills, and make your time on campus more meaningful.

Cultural Clubs

Connect with others who share your cultural interests, and celebrate the diversity of our campus community.

Mission Statement:

To promote the sharing of culture across campus and encourage Native American students to pursue leadership opportunities.

Contact Information:

sjclife@3383899.com

 

Mission Statement:

Promote STEM on campus, outreach to communities, and build better relationships with faculty.

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To share Hispanic and Latino culture with San Juan College and the community.

If you are interested in developing or enhancing your leadership skills, don’t miss out on the opportunity of joining the Colores Club. Through training, you will gain skills to plan, organize, and execute various events during the academic year and in an interactive and fun environment.

The club collaborates with the Herencia Latina Center and other departments in various events, such as Hispanic Heritage Month.

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Join the All Nations Leadership Association and support Powwow!

All Nations Benefit Powwow

Join the All Nations Leadership Association and help support the powwow, where we celebrate and honor indigenous life and culture. 

Department Clubs

Enhance your academic experience and connect with students like you through our Department Clubs! Find opportunities for professional development, networking, and more.

Mission Statement:

To promote ENCORE through service projects, classes, and public relations.

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Mission Statement:

To provide a professional organization for respiratory care students and provide a mechanism to integrate into the student community outside the health programs.

Our goals and objectives are to promote professionalism and personal growth, provide awareness of the respiratory care profession, and sponsor various fundraising events that will support efforts to attend educational meetings.

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Mission Statement:

To support students and parents of San Juan College, advocate for young children, and promote healthy relationships between and among children and those who care for them.

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We aim to promote scholarship, leadership, and community service, as well as encourage professional development for San Juan College students interested in social sciences.

We are proud to have Psi Beta a chapter as part of our Social Sciences Club (SSC). Psi Beta is the national honor society in psychology for community colleges. Its mission is the professional development of psychology students through the promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service.

Enroll via Our SSC/Psi Beta Canvas Page

Spring 2023 Club Meetings (Joint Meetings with Active Minds Club)

Join our meetings in Room 1925 (near the Bookstore) from 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. on the following dates.

  • March 23
  • April 13
  • April 27
  • May 4

A Zoom option is also available. Reach out to our club advisor for the link.

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Mission Statement:

Students for Energy & Sustainability will assist students in advancing their interest in the related fields, provide networking opportunities both internally and externally, promote awareness of current trends in the industry, create volunteering opportunities, develop leadership skills, and support SJC Campus Life.

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Mission Statement:

To provide the profession of dental hygiene and to improve the oral health of our community.

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For student nurses to connect with other student nurses, nurses, and the community.

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This club is the SJC Student Chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America Club (SJC SCNAVTA), also known as the Vet Tech Club.

Mission Statement:

The purpose of the chapter is as follows:

  1. To promote the professional and educational advancement of veterinary technicians
  2. To promote and maintain the professional image and high ethical standards of the veterinary technician
  3. To promote progressive and humane medical care for all creatures
  4. To promote and maintain a cooperative professional relationship with the veterinary medical profession
  5. To promote an interest in the National Association of Veterinary Technicians 
  6. To serve as a contact between members of NAVTA and veterinary technology students
  7. To further the social and scientific advancement of San Juan College veterinary technology students

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Mission Statement:

To provide support and awareness for veterans and their dependents at San Juan College.

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Make Smiles Brighter here at SJC!

Make Smiles Brighter

Join the Student American Dental Hygienists' Association as they provide free dental care to children in our community at our regular the "Give Kids a Smile Day" events. You'll help with cleanings and create lasting oral health habits. 

Religious Clubs

Explore your faith and find fellowship. Our religious clubs offer a supportive and welcoming community where you can grow.

Mission Statement:

To create a place of community and open dialogue about personal beliefs, culture, and life so we can grow and learn from each other.

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Mission Statement:

To keep students and community in connection of Creator and Lord through traditions and religion. To have engagement through college and share stories that are going to encourage students to share their beliefs.

Spring 2023 Bible Studies

This spring semester, Native InterVarsity will host a Bible study on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. in Mary's Kitchen. We will be studying spiritual formation and mental health.

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Mission Statement:

To provide activities for all students within the guidelines of the church.

LDSSA Spring 2023 Weekly Booth

The LDSSA Club has an information booth in the Graphic Arts Court (outside the Tutoring Center) from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Come meet us to enroll in the club and learn more about LDSSA. Below are the dates:

  • 03/23
  • 03/30
  • 04/06
  • 04/13
  • 04/20
  • 04/27

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Join our Latter-Day Saints Student Association here at SJC!

Special Interest Clubs

Explore shared hobbies or discover new passions with our Special Interest Clubs. Find a community of friends at SJC.

Mission Statement:

We believe no one should have to struggle alone. By empowering young adults to speak openly about mental health, we can reduce stigma, encourage help-seeking, and prevent suicides.

Active Minds is a national nonprofit that empowers students to change the conversation about mental health and suicide prevention. We raise awareness, share resources, and inspire action. We are dedicated to saving lives and to building stronger campus communities.

As a chapter, Active Minds at San Juan College is a student-led mental health advocacy group that raises awareness about mental health on campus. We raise funds for critical mental health education programming and resources, promote mental wellness, educate students and educators about the signs and symptoms of mental health disorders, and encourage students who are struggling to reach out and seek help.

For more information or to get involved, please contact activeminds@3383899.com.

Spring 2023 Club Meetings (Joint Meetings With the Social Sciences Club)

Join our meetings in Room 1925 (near the Bookstore) from 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. on the following dates.

  • March 23
  • April 13
  • April 27
  • May 4

A Zoom option is also available. Reach out to our club advisor for the link.

Suicide Awareness Walk

Each April we host a Suicide Awareness Walk, in which we remember loved ones lost to suicide. We also provide information to educate the campus and provide resources to help others.

Stay tuned for updates about our next annual Suicide Awareness Walk.

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Cannabis 4 Health is here to help people understand more about the health benefits of cannabis and how long this plant has been used as medicine.

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Cannabis 4 Health meets every Wednesday from 4:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. in the HHPC Café.

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Mission Statement:

Research and explore cryptocurrency, the metaverse, Web3, NFT, P2E Gaming, and other decentralized projects.

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Provide students with gaming activities and promote geekdom in all forces.

SJC Geeks & Gamers is a place where San Juan College students and community members can bond, relieve stress, and have fun. SJC G&G provides a safe and engaging space for people to play video games, board and card games, D&D, as well as talk about anime, science fiction, and fantasy works.

We have a variety of games played each Friday and are looking to add more. Current games in recent weeks have included:

  • Call of Duty
  • Guilty Gear
  • Magic the Gathering
  • Mario Kart
  • Mario Party
  • Super Smash Bros.
  • UNO

Our club has several gaming systems and games on hand. If you have a game, we encourage you to bring it! We have game night every Friday in the Student Sun Lounge, Room 1608. The Student Sun Lounge can be accessed through the double doors to the library.

Dungeons and Dragons Game Night

Geeks & Gamers club is excited to present this classic tabletop and role-playing experience to SJC. Everyone is welcome.

Watch for our upcoming D&D Game Nights where everyone is welcome to come learn about and experience this classic tabletop game.

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The SJC Rays are a collegiate E-Sports Team. We are actively recruiting members.

Join the SJC Rays!E-sports on campus!

The E-sports club is meeting every Thursday from 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM and Friday – Sunday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM in the Information Technology Center, room 7228. 

Students have been working together to build teams for League of Legends, Rocket League, and Fortnite. The students will compete against other NACE Starleague E-sports league colleges.

View our team page and schedule. 

 

Contact Us

Advisor: Randall Keeswood | keeswoodr@3383899.com 

SJC Rays Facebook Page 

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Group of students at tables for Geeks and Gamers

Want to Start a New Student Club?

It's simple! Gather four fellow students and a faculty or staff member to be your club advisor. Once you have your team, you can begin the paperwork to register your club at the Office of Student Engagement and Campus Life. For more information, reach out to getinvolved@3383899.com and start your own campus community today!

Contact Us

Want more information about our student clubs and organizations? Contact the Office of Student Engagement and Campus Life. Email getinvolved@3383899.com or call 505-566-3403 to schedule an appointment.

Our office is located in the Student Center in Room 1612, above Mary's Kitchen. It is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Contact

getinvolved@3383899.com 
Phone: (505) 566-3403

Student Center
Room 1612

M-F 8 a.m - 5 p.m.