Getting involved in clubs and student activities can be a very rewarding experience. Students are encouraged to join campus organizations to build lasting friendships, provide unique educational opportunities, and establish support systems of peers, faculty and staff advisors. Students are also encouraged to create new clubs and organizations. Student groups create and facilitate programs, speakers, concerts, and trips that expose and educate others on different cultures, lifestyles, art forms, and viewpoints.
Steps to start a club at Cascadia
1. Find five (5) currently enrolled Cascadia students who share your interest in starting the club.
2. Find a faculty or staff advisor who is willing to advise your club, travel with your club, and attend club meetings and events.
3. Bring the completed “Club Application for Recognition” packet to the Office of Student Life, located on the first floor of the Library Annex. At this time you will need to make an appointment to meet with the Student Life Advisor to go over your application for recognition.
4. 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.
List of current clubs and student organizations
The purpose of our club is to de-stress from the pressures of classes while creating relationships with other students by learning how to play and playing board games.
Meeting Time: Every Friday from 10:30am-12:30am in room CC3-234
For more information, contact email@example.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.
Meeting time: Every Tuesday from 12:30pm-1:30pm in room LB1-320
For more information, contact Zihao Liu at firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Gay-Straight Alliance is to promote tolerance and raise awareness of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) issues on campus, in the community, and globally. We advocate for equal rights and equal treatment for people of all sexual orientations. The GSA provides a fun, safe environment for the LGBT population and their straight allies to gather, socialize, and find support and resources. Activities and events are very important to this mission which is why we have such happy times.
Meeting Time: Every Wednesday from 9:00am-11:00am in room CC3-134
For more information, contact email@example.com
NGIT Mission: Provide a permanent Information Technology Infrastructure as a resource for students to promote and foster learning, creativity, sharing of knowledge and ideas.
Meeting Time: Every Tuesday from 3:30pm-4:00pm in room CC1-211 & every Wednesday from 1:00pm-1:30pm in room CC1-211
For more information, contact NGITclub@gmail.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.
Meeting Time: Every Monday at 4:00pm in the Mobius Lobby
For more information, contact Olivia Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 Tzu Ti Wang at email@example.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.
Meeting Time: Every other Tuesday at 11:00am in the Veterans Center
For more information, contact Danielle Cunningham at firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Xamarin Developers Club is to provide an opportunity for students at Cascadia and University of Washington Bothell to fully immerse themselves in the world of mobile development. We encourage programmers and non-programmers of all skill levels to join our club and learn about the joy of programming mobile apps. Our ultimate goal is for all students to build and ship exciting mobile apps of their own.
Meeting time: Every other Thursday from 1:30pm-2:30pm in room CC1-021
For more information, contact Adam Croutworst at email@example.com
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