Clubs and Organizations

A wide variety of leadership and volunteer opportunities are available within campus clubs and organizations. Becoming part of a campus organization is a great way to enhance your experience at Skyline College. These groups focus on a wide variety of student interests such as career options, academics, cultural support, social events and interest, political service and religion. Students are also encouraged to start new clubs and organizations to suit their interests.


Get involved! There are over 41 clubs to be a part of!


Skyline College Organization and Club Council

Office of the Associated Students of Skyline College

Building 6, Room 6214

(650) 738- 4327

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Facilities for Student Clubs and Activities

Students must obtain form and return completed form to Amory Cariadus, Student Life and Leadership Manager (Room 6212, ext. 4334)

Please Note: All student-sponsored events require signatures of:  

  • Student Advisor
  • Student Life and Leadership Manager
  • Appropriate Dean, if using space other than Cafeteria or Quad
  • Vice President of Student Services


Want to start a club? Need to update your club information?

Club Packet


Need money for your club?

SOCC Funding Request



ASSC Constitution with Club Details

Club Activity Permit for Events

Club List for Spring 2014

Club Packet (Everything you need to start/update your club!)

Club Funding Request Through SOCC

Medical Release Forms for Traveling

Sample Constitution

Request to be on the SOCC Agenda


Want to come to Skyline College Organizations and Club Council Meetings?

Spring 2014, we meet in 6202 every other Wednesday at 2pm.  See Calendar.

A List of Our Clubs and Organizations from 2013-2014:
Skyline College Organization and Club Council
Club Name Club Description Advisor Email Meeting Time Meeting Location
Administration of Justice

The Administration of Justice Club promotes academic success among students pursuing studies in criminal justice and provides networking opportunities, activities, and programs for students interested in criminal justice.

Steve Aurilio

Fridays 12:30pm

American Medical Student Association (Also known as Health Careers Club)(AMSA) For students who are interested in going into the medical field.

Nick Kapp

Alice Erskine

2nd and 4th Friday 8:30am 6-207
Anthropology Club For students interested in anthropology. Lori Slicton Fridays 12pm 2-307
Black Student Union (BSU) The African-American Voice of Skyline College

 Kwame Thomas

 Thursdays 4:00pm  TBD
Career Advancement Association The Career Networking Association promotes and provides career services to support students in their exploration and identification of majors and career paths.

Virginia Padron

Lezra Chenportillo

 Tuesdays 11:00am 1-219B 
Ceramics Club The ceramics club has been organized to promote the knowledge and practice of ceramic arts. Tiffany Schmierer  Saturdays 10:00- 11:00am 1-103 
Cosmetology Club The Cosmetology Club's main purpose is to assist students to be more responsible, educated, and dedicated to their profession; raise funds to help support students in competitions, field trips and seminars; and to generate money for scholarships  Laurie Biagi Every Other Wednesday  3:30pm  2-311
Dance Honor Society The Skyline Dance Honor Society works to help students learn and enjoy the history of dance, perform in the community, and help its members to graduate with honors. Amber Steele Fridays 2:00- 3:00pm  3-201
ENACTUS Enactus is a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to transform lives and shape a more sustainable world through entrepreneurial action.  Christine Roumbanis  Thursdays 1:00- 3:00pm 1-311 or 4-132 
Filipino Student Union (FSU) FSU's mission is to promote Filipino-American community ties and instill the Filipino history and culture among students.  Lisa Erpelo  Thursdays 3:30- 5:00pm  4-272
First Year Experience (FYE)  The First Year Experience Club assists new and returning students with a smooth transition into college and provides the resources necessary to succeed thereafter.

Arielle Smith

Younga Choi

Thursdays 2:00- 3:00pm TBD
Gay Straight Allience (GSA) GSA was established to increase the visibility of gays, lesbians, and bisexual students on campus; to dispel heterosexist myths, and is a resource for gays on campus to meet in a safe, discreet environment and to discuss pertinent issues.

 A.J. Bates

Tuesdays  1:00- 2:00pm 7-307
Heart Wrenchers To recruit and support women entering into the automotive and automotive related industries through career technical education. Made up of automotive industry educators and leaders,we will facilitate students in creating school based support networks and provide educational and career building resources.  Julia Johnson  Tuesdays 12:30pm 8-103 
Honors Club This club allows Honors Transfer Program members and provisional members participate in university campus tours and volunteer opportunities.  John Ulloa  Every Other Thursday  2:30pm  4-240
Hoops Club

The Hoops Club serves the members of the college and community by offering opportunities to participate in the game of basketball. These opportunities are presented through youth camps, clinics, and tournaments. In addition to teaching the fundamentals of the sport, the Skyline College Hoops Club also promotes the lifelong benefits of playing basketball.

 Justin Piergrossi  Mondays 1:30pm  3-200
Inspiring Community of Leaders

The purpose of the club is to help be the gateway people need in order to give back to the community through the form of community service.

 Donne Bestoe Wednesdays 1:00pm   TBD
International Students Affairs

The International Affairs Student Club provides students with opportunities to explore international issues and offers preparation for students who seek international careers.

Adejumore Akin-Taylor   Mondays 2:00pm Building 4
Journalism Club The Journalism Club was established with the dual purpose of fostering interest in journalism as a career path and educating the campus on media literacy issues as they pertain to journalistic practices.  Nancy Kaplan-Biegel  Wednesdays 2:00 - 3:00pm 8-110 
Kappa Beta Delta (KBΔ)

Kappa Beta Delta is the International Business Honor Society for associate degree schools accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The purposes of this society are to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among students of business, management and administration pursuing associate degrees, and to encourage and promote personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.

Linda Whitten   TBA  8-209
 LASO LASO cultivates future Latino leaders by promoting social and cultural awareness among its members and the Skyline community by fostering self-determination for Latino-Americans to liberate themselves from economic/ academic barriers. LASO focuses on introducing Latino-American students to the benefits of higher education, creating a supportive environment that promotes advancement, hard work, and determination and promoting social and cultural awareness among our members and the Skyline college community. John Saenz  Fridays 1:00pm 4-240 
Model United Nations (MUN)

The Model United Nations Club is to assist students in international relations, and discuss global issues to increase the capacity for students to engage in problem-solving situations.

Jeff Diamond   Mondays 1:30pm  2-305
Myanmar American Student Association

The purpose of the organization is to promote Asian cultural activities.

Vivian Paw 


12:00- 1:00pm

Phi Theta Kappa  The International Honor Society of the Two Year College Christine Case  TBA  TBA
Photography Club

The photo club is committed to the further understanding and practice of photography as a significant visual art.

Arthur Takayama Thursdays  10:30- 11:30am 2-112 
Public Speaking Club   Cherakah Cunningham   Thursdays 12:00- 1:00pm  TBA
Respiratory Therapy Club

The purpose of the Respiratory Therapy Club is to discuss respiratory therapy-related functions.

Ijaz Ahmed   Tuesdays 1:00pm  7-215
Science and Research Club We are a team of individuals who are passionate about learning, both inside and outside of the classroom.  Melissa Michelitsch  Mondays 1:30pm 7-304 
Skyline Automotive Club

The Auto Tech Club is for students interested in automobiles and related technology. The Auto Tech Club offers opportunities to establish leadership skills, build active relationships with automotive employers, trainers, and organizations and industry leaders.

Daniel Ming   Wednesdays 12:30pm  8-203
Skyline Christian Fellowship Club (SCFC) We are a multi-denominational, multi-ethnic gathering of students at Skyline College. Eloisa Briones  Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:00 - 4:00pm 6-203 
Skyline Environmental Science Club  

The Environmental Club was established to promote environmental interests, encourage environmental awareness, and protect the environmental health of the Skyline College campus and its surrounding area.

 Carina Anttila -Suarez  Tuesdays 3:15 - 4:00pm  7-109
Skyline Student Roundtable  The purpose of the Skyline Student Roundtable club is to exchange, discuss and spread ideas, share opinions and develop a strong voice in a casual setting. We want to encourage students to be comfortable with speaking out on any topic of their interest. Students will improve their critical thinking, adaptability, networking skills, and overall correspondence skills through stimulating conversation. John Saenz


2:00 - 3:00pm

Skyline Runners Club Skyline College Runners Club promotes, encourages, and supports health, fitness, and overall wellness through running. Membership is open to all levels of experience. Nohel Corral   Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 11:00- 2:00pm  

3-200 (Gym) on Tuesdays,

2nd floor on Thursdays,

  1st floor in Lobby on Fridays

Skyline Women Engineering (SWE) We are females, males, engineers, and non-engineers. Our mission is to encourage and promote women in engineering at Skyline College. We plan to provide career-building and networking opportunities for members and the campus at large, and we look forward to collaborating with other campus groups to create exciting events that add vibrancy to our community.

 Stephen Fredricks

Ilkka koskelo

Carmen Velez

 1st and 3rd Wednesday 11:00- 12:00pm  7-204
Society for the advancement of Chicanos Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)

SACNAS is a society of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of Hispanic, Chicano and Native American scientists, both college students and professionals, in attaining advanced degrees, careers and positions of leaderships.

Stephen Fredricks   Thursdays 1:30pm 6-205
Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers (SASE) The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) chapter's purpose is to prepare Asian heritage scientists and engineers for the global business world. Ilkka koskelo   Every other Thursday 1:30- 2:30pm 6-205 
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers  (SHPE)

SHPE's objective is to increase the success rate of Hispanic students who major in engineering, computer science, and math at Skyline College.

Stephen Fredricks  Wednesdays  1:00pm 7-304 
Surgical Technology Club

The Surgical Technology Club promotes, organizes and arranges surgical technology-related functions at Skyline College.

Alice Erskine   Thursdays 12:00pm 7-205 
Theater Club

The Theater Club has been organized to provide Skyline College students with an outlet to perform theater-based acts in music, drama and/or dance.

Alan Ceccarelli   Fridays 10:30am  1-250
TRiO The TRiO Club is a network of support for students that are first-generation, low-income, and/or have a documented learning difference or physical disability. The club works collaboratively with the TRiO Program to help students achieve their educational goals by supporting academic success, graduation and transfer to a four-year college. Jessica Lopez   Fridays 12:00pm  5-115
Urban Youth Society (UYS)

The Urban Youth Society has been established to expose the students and community of Skyline College to the culture of hip hop music and dance through teaching, fundraising, and open performance.

Nathaniel Nevado  Fridays  1:30pm 4-180
Veterans Club

The purpose of this club is to provide support for fellow veterans by helping each other to succeed in life and in school. This is achieved by encouraging each other to take advantage of tools and resources that are available for veterans to use. We strive to help veterans and their dependents adapt to civilian life by providing information on veteran-friendly organizations, groups and clubs.

 Jarrod Feiner  Thursdays 12:30pm  2-350 (Veterans Resource Center)
Women In Transition (WIT)

The purpose of the club is to provide support and community for non-traditional students who are re-entering or coming to college for the first time.

Lori Slicton   Wednesdays 10:00- 11:00am  2-307

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