Join or Start a Club
Hey Eagles, want to get involved on campus in-person or virtually? Start a club!
It’s Easy! Find 5 student members, a Faculty or Administrator advisor and fill out the Club Charter Form.
For more information about how to get started, please contact Student Life & Development at SLDP@msjc.edu.
Active Minds is the nation's premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults. MSJC has an Active Minds Club on campus. Our goal is to change the conversation about mental health and to promote mental health awareness at MSJC.
Sept 28, October 26, November 30 at 11AM
Arafiena Bhuiyan, Ed.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the organization shall be art appreciation for both art majors and non art majors alike, anyone can join. Members will take part in field trips to historical museums, commercial galleries, university art galleries and contemporary exhibition spaces. When not on trips members will get to take part in various art activities either inside the classroom or during community events. Members will be further exposed to historical and contemporary tropes not taught at the lower division level, but as a compliment to their current course work and professional interests.
Every other Wednesday
12-1 pm SJC room 1408
The MSJC AstroPhysics Club is where you can meet people with similar interests and learn more about astrophysics. The club goes on field trips to exciting venues such as Mount Wilson Observatory, Palomar Observatory, Palomar College Planetarium and more. We also invite talks from astronomers and physicists from local universities like UCR and UCI. There's no experience necessary to join :)
Computer Science Club
Computer Science Club is an open forum for all students to discuss their interests in computing, technology, programming theory, and much more. We intend to create an inviting and inclusive environment for students to explore topics and opportunities within the field. We bring in professionals to explore the current state of computer science and its future. Computer Science Club provides an opportunity to involve students within the campus and network amongst peers.
Second and fourth Wednesday each month, 12pm-2pm TVC room TA-107A and Discord
Dominique Ruiz Duarte email@example.com
Creative Writing Club
Creative Writing Club is a space for all writers to cultivate, develop, and hone their creative writing skills.
Every 2nd and 4th Monday 3PM-4PM (In Person) and Every 1st and 3rd Friday 6PM-7PM (On Discord)
"Beyond Borders" we are aiming to take you through discussions with guest speakers including activists, authors, and professors about human rights, justice, wars, culture, and history.
The first and third Monday of the month 4PM-5PM
Zoom meeting ID: 81763957360
The LGBTQIA Plus Collective
The LGBTQIA+ Collective Club, formerly known as SAGA SJC, is a student organization that aims to improve the lives and experiences of LGBTQIA+ community and allies at the San Jacinto Campus. We provide resources and serve as advocates to address specific needs and concerns of the community to ensure our success in higher education and beyond. We also work to put on events and hold meetings to bring the community together. The LGBTQIA+ Collective Club works closely with SJC’s LGBTQ+ Advisory and other campus organizations to organize events that honor and celebrate the lives and experiences of our LGBTQIA+ community. Ultimately The LGBTQIA+ Collective Club strives to empower, educate, and inspire our LGBTQIA+ community while promoting higher education, mental health, and advocacy.
Bimonthly, dates pending
The Eagle’s DREAMers Club is a student-led safe space
where students can express themselves freely, build
community, and advocate for one another. Our goal is
to have fun as we learn, share and promote a strong
sense of belonging to MSJC.
Every Other Wednesday
SJC room 1619 and Zoom
We are a performing arts club where we love to celebrate actors, dancers, singers, and backstage crew. If you would like to dip a toe in the performing arts but don't want to commit to a class or a major, then this is the perfect place. You can get the opportunity to work onstage and backstage or be an invigorating audience member who cheers on their fellow peers. Every bi-weekly meeting you'll be engaging with like-minded individuals who create an energetic atmosphere that will be filled with laughter and joy while exploring ways to bring entertainment to our college campus and community.
Bi-Weekly on Tuesdays outside of room 207 at MVC 3:45pm-5pm
Melanie Queponds firstname.lastname@example.org
M.E.Ch.A.,Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o/x de Aztlán (MEChA) is a student organization that promotes higher education, cultura, and historia, by creating coalitions among Latinx and multi-racial students on campus and in our communities. MSJC M.E.Ch.A. focuses on honoring our traditions, educating raza and supporting cultural festivities to share and explore.
Zoom meeting ID: 83333494156
The Psychology Club
The MSJC Psychology Club is a student-run club that provides a fun and educational experience. All are welcome! We will build friendships while learning and exploring psychology-related concepts. Our club meetings are comprised of presentations, (online) events, speakers, and fun activities that relate to psychology.
The Puente Club is open to all MSJC students. Students who plan to transfer are especially encouraged to join the Puente Club. Any student who joins the Puente Club will become honorary Puentistas, and chosen ""familia"" (family) as we foster support to students who plan to transfer to four-year universities, become leaders and give back to their communities.
The Puente club aims to encourage students to become positive members in their communities, become leaders, mentors and promote/advocate for the Puente Project which we are the product of. Therefore, community service and campus collaboration are central to the club’s mission. The club also celebrates and preserves Latinx experiences and cultures at MSJC.
The Puente Club is open to all MSJC students. Students who plan to transfer are especially encouraged to join the Puente Club. Any Student who joins the Puente Club will become honorary Puentistas, and chosen ""familia"" (family) as we foster support to students who plan to transfer to four-year Universities, become leaders and give back to their communities.
The Puente club aims to encourage students to become positive members in their communities, become leaders, mentors and promote/ advocate for the Puente Project which we are the product of. Therefore, community service and campus collaboration are central to the club’s mission. The club also celebrates and preserves Latinx experiences and cultures at MSJC.
Every other Wednesday
SJC Room 1254B
Do you have interest in STEM? Do you want to explore the field and learn more about the world around us while connecting with people on campus? If you love science and want to meet people please join us at the TVC on Mondays! We will be working with people in the STEM field to come down and talk to us about there work and their passion for innovating our world. Club meetings are subject to change as we are still in the process of establishing and growing ourselves. Come join us for some science and fun!
Second and fourth Mondays of the month, 3:30pm-4:30pm; TVC room 409
Representing South-West Asian, North African, and Central Asian cultures at MSJC, S.W.A.N.A. They dive into various topics in order to foster an inclusive environment and encourage SWANA communities to explore and celebrate their cultural identities.
Every other Friday, 10am-11am
The SWANS Organization is a constituent of the National Student Nurses Association and California Student Nurses Association and practices shared governance.
SWANS are student nurses uniting together to:
- Convey the standards and ethics of the nursing profession.
Become responsible and accountable members of the nursing profession.
- Advocate for high quality, research-based, affordable and accessible healthcare to
Strengthen the efforts of each individual student through mentoring.
- Develop into students who are prepared to lead the profession of nursing in the future.
- Promote interest in the National League for Nursing and the California Nurses' Association.
Last Thursday of every month, 6pm-7pm
Dr. Tracy Miller Trmiller@msjc.edu
The Talon Student News
We are a platform for over 18,000 Mt. San Jacinto College students and the community to promote a diverse student voice, involvement from the college, and creative collaborations to:
- Report on important issues concerning MSJC, and the students that attend the institution to better connect the student with the institution
- Promote awareness of activities that occur on campus and throughout the community MSJC serves
- Inform MSJC students of events and information critical to success in higher education
- Create a venue for the student voice which fairly represents the diversity of students that attend MSJC in an ethical manner
- Support academic freedom for legitimate intellectual viewpoints in academia and the culture as a whole
- Support MSJC students with communication/journalism/english/multimedia focused workshops, lectures, competitions, and scholarships
- Create a forum where students can network with others with similar interests, gain experience in writing and community involvement, and understand the education system
Mondays at noon
Rotating MVC/TVC/SJC and Zoom meeting ID: 94067293544