Student Clubs & Organizations

Students are encouraged to stop by the Student Center for information on existing student clubs and organizations, and for instructions on how to form a new one. Existing clubs include the following:

The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club strives to offer a fun safe space where all students can gather, make valuable social connections, and build a sense of camaraderie through mutual recreation and leisure.

Advisor: Courtney Sutton
President: Collin Harless

Outdoor Adventure Club

The Outdoor Adventure Club is a group of like-minded people who simply want to explore and enjoy nature through hiking, camping, relaxing in hammocks, and anything to get out there and discover the lush beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains by which we are surrounded.

Advisor: Joe Manlove
President: Ricki Lee Korba

Child Development Future Educators Club

The Columbia College Child Development Club strives to generate more opportunities for fellow Child Development students and families throughout our community while contributing to the education, individuality and well being of children.

Advisor: Pam Guerra-Schmidt
President: Maria Garcia

Columbia College E-Sports Club:

The purpose of the club is to provide a fun, open environment that fosters growth in gamers and spectators from absolute beginners to experts and helps them to build relationships, increase skills, and participate in competitions. E-Sports is an emerging industry, and we hope to champion Columbia College’s support of the medium.

Advisor: Joe Manlove
President: Ricki Lee Korba

Dungeons and Dragons Guild:

The Dungeons and Dragons Guild helps students to explore aspects of psychology, sociology, and interpersonal dynamics through a fun and interactive role-playing game. The DDG builds teamwork skills while encouraging communication and cooperation. All students are invited to come join the adventure!

Advisor: Joe Manlove

Gay Straight Alliance

GSA strives to create a safe environment in schools for students to support each other and learn about homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of oppression. With a strong policy for acceptance, GSA is open to anyone who keeps a supportive attitude towards their peers.

Advisor: Anneka Rogers Whitmer

Veterans Club

Veterans supporting veterans through unique shared experiences, mentoring each other and prospective servicemen and women with reliable and useful advice.

Advisor: Michael Igoe

Start Your Own Club

To start your own student club or organization, all you need is an advisor, a group of students interested in the same activity, and completion of a few simple forms (which any of your senators would be happy to assist with) to get your club up and running.

  • The following requirements apply to all student organizations at Columbia College:
    • Only currently enrolled Columbia College students may participate as members of an officially recognized student organization.
    • An advisor must be present at all meetings and activities.
    • Each semester, organizations must request renewal of their official recognition status.

Questions?

Contact Courtney Sutton, ASCC Advisor, suttonc@yosemite.edu, 209.588.5111.

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