Student clubs and organizations are a great way to meet new people, learn to work in groups, get involved around campus, learn leadership skills, and form lasting friendships with others who have similar interests.
The ASGRCC encourages students to get involved with existing clubs or even to form new clubs around campus. If you are interested in getting involved with any clubs or organizations, talk with the group advisor listed below.
If you would like more information about how to start a new club or organization, see the Starting a new Student Club or Organization. If you have questions, please contact your campus ASGRCC representatives.
Welcome to club advising. Depending upon the mission and activities of the club, clubs members’ needs will vary, so they may look to you for assistance and guidance. The Advisor's Handbook is designed to help guide you through your club advising responsibilities. If any questions arise, please contact the ASGRCC advisor at 541-956-7034 on the Redwood Campus.
For club information, please visit the Student Government office located in the Student Center or call 541-956-7034.
- Alpha Zeta Pi (Honor Society, by invitation only)
- Book Club
- Christ on Campus
- Computer Club
- Dance Club
- Education Club
- Green Campus Initiative
- League of Extraordinary Nerds (Gaming club)
- Math Club
- Outdoor Adventure Club
- Rainbow Club
- Veteran’s Club