Club & Organization Listing
The following is a list of currently recognized clubs and organizations. Questions concerning individual clubs may be addressed to the club sponsor(s) or to the Student Life & Leadership Office staff. Club sponsors are subject to change.The Student Life & Leadership Office maintains an up-to-date list of clubs and organizations and their advisors. Please note that this list may not be complete as clubs are continually organizing and being recognized.
Athletics Spirit - The Blue Crew
Show your spirit and support of our athletes by joining the Blue Crew. Stop by the Bear's Den and talk to Diana Martinez.
American Sign Language Club (ASL PAH)
Meetings: Every Other Friday from 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM.
Location: ASL Lab H240
Club Advisor: Kay Hilder 602.285.7290Renee Perry 602.285.7113
Asociación Latina Estudiantil (ALE)
A.L.E. was formed in order to unite people from different ethnic Latin groups and to promote Latino/Hispano awareness. It focuses on learning about different Latin cultures and taking part in community related activities.
Meeting Dates & Times: Every Friday 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Club Advisors: Dr. Jose Cisneros 602.285.7372 (email)
Club Advisor: Robin Ferguson
Christian Fellowship Club
The Christian Club was organized for students who want to learn more about the Word and develop fellowship with other Christian students.
Meetings: Tuesday 1:00-2:00pm
Club Advisor: Tim Bryan 602.285.7671
Meetings: 1st Thursday of each month
Location: Culinary Cafe
Club Advisor: Joseph Kalfus 602.285.7764
Dental Assisting Student's Association (DASA)
The Dental Assisting Student's Association (DASA) promotes public interest in dental health and advances the students' professional training.
Club Advisor: Rita Perry 602.285.7326
Club Advisors: Leslie Bush Leslie.bush email@example.com
Future Teachers Association
Meetings: Tuesdays 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Club Advisors: Maria Enciso 602.285.7883 & Kathy Valdivia
Meetings: Fridays at 9:30am
Location: Meet at the Garden (Located near corner of 11th Ave and Thomas Rd.)
Advisor: Elena Ortiz 602.285.7104
Gender and Sexuality Alliance
Gender and Sexuality Alliance: Gay-Straight-Whatever Student Alliance is a club for Phoenix College's gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered students, their straight supporters, those who are questioning their orientation, those with friends or family who are GLBTQ and anyone interested in the experiences and issues of GLBTQ people.Mission
Connects And Celebrates All Phoenix College Students To Support Diverse Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity.
A Campus More Educated And Aware Of Diversity In Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity. In Addition, Club Members Who Develop Connections That Endure Beyond Their College Attendance.
- Inspire Passionate Involvement
- Provide A Safe Environment
- Champion Visibility
- Reinforce Positive Living
- Encourage Inclusion
- Advocate For Those Who Seek Support
Meetings: Monday 10:30am - 12:30pm
Location: SU-117A & B
Club Advisors: Kory Ambrosich 602.285.7673, Kenny Miller 602.285.7297Like Us on:
The International Student Club at Phoenix college is group of International and American students. International Club has fun activities. With its culturally diverse body of members, all members have had very interesting experiences. The club serves as a connection for students who want to make new friends and learn about new cultures. It introduces the old students to new students. It's the best place to make friends with people from other countries or even your own country. Students born in any country including the US are welcome to join us. Must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours at Phoenix College.
Meetings: (officers meeting) Tuesday 1:00pm - 2:00pm / (club meeting) Thursday 1:00pm -2:00pm
Club Advisors: Nellie Torres 602.285.7664, Joseph Kimbuende 602.285.7561, Jeff Eldot 602.285.7966
Interior Design Club
The PC Interior Design Club is affiliated with the America Society of Interior Design (ASID), the national organization, which is the largest, and most well known professional interior design organization in the country. Its purpose is to promote a means of networking between students and professionals in the fields. Student members are encouraged to attend and participate in local professional meetings. Students plan activities throughout the year, including seminars, home tours, industry visits, workshops and social gatherings.
Meetings: 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month, 4:00pm
Club Advisor: Ken Roberts 602.285.7289
Judo & Jiu-Jitsu Club
柔道, (judō) is a physicaly intensive martial art primarily involving: throws, chokes, pins, and joint locks. The PC Judo & Jiu-jitsu Club strives to create a vibrant, active, exciting, (and fun!) club centered in the Japanese martial arts of Judo, traditional Jujutsu, and modern Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. Dr. Jigoro Kano, a university administrator created Judo in 1882 and strove to unite the world under the two maxims of Judo: "Mutual Benefit, Maximum Efficiency". Both Judo & Jiu-jitsu are commonly seen in Olympic games and the octagon(MMA).
Meetings: Tuesdays / Thursdays 2:00pm - 3:30pm, Fridays 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Location: South Gym
Club Advisors: Bret Little 602.285.7776 and Scott Decker 602.571.8282
Male Empowerment Network (M.E.N.)
The Male Empowerment Network (M.E.N.) was created in order to improve the retention and degree completion of minority male students enrolled in Maricopa community colleges. M.E.N. programs and activities are designed to promote: Empowerment, Engagement, Success, Leadership, and Brotherhood. The Phoenix College chapter of M.E.N. functions as an inclusive “student-first” organization that offers members a committed support system on the path of degree completion and career preparation. The organization provides members valuable resources and prioritizes their personal, academic, and professional development, while encouraging campus involvement.
Meetings: Tuesdays, 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Club Advisor: Tulani Garnett 602.285.7956, Rody Randon 602.285.7391, Wilbert Nelson 602.285.7174
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanos de Aztlanil Chicanos de Aztlan (MEChA)
Serves as a recruitment, retention, and support group for Latino students. M.E.Ch.A.'s goal is to promote an awareness and understanding of the Latino culture in relationship to the total school and community.
Meetings: Wednesdays 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Location:SU-117A & B
Club Advisor: Trino Sandoval 602.285.7416, firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Therapy Club
The purpose of the Music Therapy Club is to promote awareness and interest in music therapy, promote how music may be used in a therapeutic environment. Music Therapy Club will also provide educational events (speakers, workshops, etc.). Most importantly Music therapy Club will encourage music majors to consider music therapy as a part of their future career options.
Meetings: 1st & 3rd Fridays a month, 11:00am
Location: Music building (Ask Receptionist)
Club Advisors: Kenny Miller 602.285.7297
NAACP/ Black Student Union (BSU)
BSU provides Black students at Phoenix College an opportunity to participate in meaningful activities that will help them to develop academically, socially, and culturally.
Meetings: Wednesdays 12:15am - 1:30pm
Location: Hanelly Center Lower Level Conference Room
Club Advisors: Camilla Westenberg 602.285.7365, Dr. Dolores King 602.285.7475
NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness
NAMI is a student chapter of NAMI-Arizona on the Phoenix College campus. The purpose of the organization is to promote education, awareness and alliance in behavioral health service fields. Membership shall be open to All Full or Part-Time Phoenix College students who show an interest in the field of Behavioral Health.
Club Advisors: Dr. Debbie Webster 623.670.4791, Sandra Leal 602.285.7543, and Dr. Cynthia L. Viera 602.285.7241
Meetings: NAMI meets every other Monday during the Fall and Spring semesters unless otherwise advised. Please check our Facebook Events page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/NAMI-at-Phoenix-College/452986621407007?sk=events or the Phoenix College Events Page at http://www.phoenixcollege.edu/beartracks/events.
Location: Dalby Building, Third Floor, DB328
Meetings: Mondays 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Club Advisors: Dr. Deborah Webster 602.223.7794, Sandra Leal 602.285.7545, Dr. Cynthia Viera 602.285.7241
Native American Student Association (NASA)
Students meet weekly to participate in Native American activities and to get involved with the Indian community. NASA promotes cultural exchange in order to enrich college life as well as serves as a support group for Native Americans.Join NASA on:
Meetings: Tuesdays 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Club Advisors: Diana Martinez 602.285.7821
Phi Theta Kappa - International Honors Society
Phi Theta Kappa is the only scholastic honor society recognized by the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges. Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and encourages scholarship, the development of leadership and service, and cultivates fellowship among students at Phoenix College and colleges throughout Arizona and the United States.
For information about the Rho Pi Chapter membership visit our FAQ page and for further information about the national Phi Theta Kappa honor society visit the official website at PTK.org.
Please follow the link below to the PTK active website where all of our activites and minutes are listed.
PTK Facebook Group Page - Check here often for the most up-to-date information and conversations from members.
Meetings:Every other Wednesday 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location: SU-117A & B
Club Advisor: Liz O'Brien 602.285.7313,
Meetings: Thursdays 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Club Advisor: Joshua James 602.285.7157
Student American Dental Hygienist Association
S.A.D.H.A. cultivates, promotes, and sustains the art and science of dental hygiene, and represents and safeguards the common interest of the members of the dental hygiene profession while contributing to the improvement of the health of the public.
SADHA is the largest professional association representing dental hygienists since 1923. It has been and outstanding voice for all dental hygienists. SADHA is an organization whose purpose is to keep connected to the Dental Hygiene community. The purpose of this web page is to allow SADHA member to have a voice in what is happening in our field, find way to communicate with each other when personal communication is not available. Here you will be able to have access to what is happening in our clubs, our peers and mentors.
We also provide low cost dental hygiene treatment. Services are provided on the Phoenix College campus located at 1202 W. Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85013
Club Advisor: Kathy LaVoy 602.285.7329, KAT2094999@phoenixcollege.edu
Student Nurses Organization (SNO)
SNO facilitates communication among students during the four semesters of the Nursing program. SNO holds meetings each month that school is in session and sends out a monthly Newsletter to all nursing students with updates, announcement, current events and more!
Participating in SNO is not only a great way to meet students across the continuum of the Nursing Program but a chance to give back to the college and community through various Volunteer /Donation opportunities offered each semester.
Additionally, SNO has fundraising opportunities throughout the year, a portion of which help to pay for the Candle Lighting Ceremony held each semester for the Graduating Class.
Please contact us at PhoenixCollegeSNO@gmail.com for further information or questions.
Meetings: 1st week of each month school is in session, Exact Date & Time announced at previous meeting & posted on our Bulletin Board in the
Location: Nursing Office – C124 – Conference Room
Club Adviser: Dr. Sharon McKee 602.285.7739
Ursa Majors Science Club
Ursa Majors Science Club provides opportunities for students to explore science and its applications. Emphasis is placed on academic and personal achievement, social interaction, community service, and career investigation.
Club Advisors: Amanda Chapman 602.285.7106, John Schampel 602.285.7875
Meetings: Fridays 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Location: Fitness Center Conference Room
Club Advisors: Leslie Olson 602.285.7408, Marc Surrarrer 602.285.7510