Getting involved in clubs and student activities can be a very rewarding experience. Students are encouraged to join campus clubs to build lasting friendships, provide unique educational opportunities, and establish support systems of peers, faculty and staff advisors.Student clubs create and facilitate programs, speakers, activities, and trips that expose and educate other students on different cultures, lifestyles, art forms, and viewpoints.
Starting a club at Cascadia is easier than ever! There are two different club levels for students to join, a level one, and a level two. Depending upon the level of involvment and types of activities the club would like to do, clubs have the ability to choose their club level.
Steps to start a club at Cascadia
- Find three-five (3-5) currently enrolled Cascadia students who share your interest in starting the club. Club level one must have a minimum of three (3) members to start, and club level two must have a minimum of five (5) club members. There is no maximum number of members for either club level.
- Find a full-time faculty or staff advisor who is willing to advise your club, travel with your club, and attend club meetings and events. Club advisors are optional for clubs who wish to be a level one club, and clubs who wish to be a level two club must have a full-time faculty or staff member advisor.
- Fill out the “Club Application for Recognition” packet and bring it to the Office of Student Life, located on the first floor of the Activities & Recreation Center. At this time you will need to make an appointment to meet with the Student Life Advisor to go over your application for recognition.
- A representative from your club must attend the next scheduled Club Council meeting to present the proposed club to the Club Council, a member of student government will reach out to you with an invitation to attend. Club Council members will then review your application and will vote on the approval and recognition of your club. Club Council meetings are scheduled every other Friday, from 9 AM -11 AM in ARC 121.
List of current clubs and student organizations
Come to a fun and enthusiastic environment! In ASL Club, students have a chance to experience a whole new world, filled with outstanding, fun, and funny people. The purpose of ASL (American Sign Language) is to help students meet with peers and classmates and practice the language in a fun and engaging environment. We will be hosting a number of special guests and creating numerous activities at the meetings. ASL is not restricted to ASL students, all students are welcome to join!
For more information, contact email@example.com
To serve the community through volunteer work or through actively starting and participating in the club's community service projects.
Meeting Time: Thursdays, 10 AM - 11 AM in ARC 110
For more information, contact Lucaszaldibar@aol.com
The purpose of our club is to create a community for Chinese students to make more friends, help them overcome culture shock and homesick. What's more, the club is also open for other countries' students who wants to know more about China.
Join the Creative Arts Club to meet other students who are interested in art projects. The Creative Arts Club does a variety of art projects, including drawing, coloring, oil painting, and more! This club is open to everyone!
For more information, contact CreativeArtsCascadia@gmail.com
Cascadia Muslim Student Association is a student-run organization that reached out to fellow students to bring them closer, and help them learn and understand different cultures, ethnicities, and faiths.
Meeting Time: Wednesdays 12 PM - 1 PM in CC2-161
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
NGIT Mission: Provide a permanent Information Technology Infrastructure as a resource for students to promote and foster learning, creativity, sharing of knowledge and ideas.
For more information, contact email@example.com
Inviting and friendly atmosphere, where everyone is welcome to enjoy social dancing! We will learn actively by engaging in new types of dance, since swing dancing is an ever-involving dance. It will help to develop new friendships, and get good exercise while doing something fun and enjoyable. We'll be holding social dances with live bands, having a swing dance night weekly, and hold various dance workshops to learn specific parts of Swing Dance such as, Lindy Hop, Charleston, East Coast, West Coast, and Balboa.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Cascadia Taiwanese Club will create a space for students to learn more about Taiwanese culture. In our club, conversation will usually occur. In other words, we will hold a lot of gatherings and parties which will allow students who come from around the world and from Taiwan to communicate together. Furthermore, we will provide necessary support for those new Taiwanese students which may need some help.
For more information, contact John71043@gmail.com
Tenti Gathering is a club which helps students to achieve their goals in their college life and help them to make a better decision in their future life. We want to make this opportunity for students to make a new connection and know each other more, We are going to have regular meetings every week, and we are going to have a lot of volunteering activities (including social and cultural) which will help students know more about the environment and cultures around them.
For more information, contact Tentigathering@gmail.com
The purpose of Veteran’s Community is to allow a way for Veterans to get together and ease the “combat to student” transition, have fun, and make new friends. The Veterans Community will give Veterans a voice on campus and encourage Veteran leadership on campus. We are looking in to some team building events and a veteran’s monument development program. All students are welcome in our club, veterans and non veterans.
For more information, contact ChantelleAnderson23@gmail.com
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