Clubs and Organizations
Don't miss the opportunity to meet students and faculty who share your passions!
Are you a devoted sports fan? Do you enjoy discussing the latest political trends? Ever tried singing a capella? Find people on your wavelength in Phoenix College club. They're a great way to feel at home on campus, and make connections that can last a lifetime.
Phoenix College Club Roster
Do any of the student organizations on the roster pique your interest? After checking them out, reach out to sponsors, or Student Life & Leadership with questions. Sponsors are listed on the entries.
While the club roster is updated frequently, it's subject to change. Stop by the Student Union to review the most current list of organizations, and advisors.
Description: ASL SuperSigners Club supports students learning American Sign Language through hands-on experience and practice. It encourages involvement in Deaf Culture and offers a fun, safe learning environment for students of all skill levels.
- Meeting Day: Fridays ( 1st Friday of each month)
- Meeting Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm
- Special Events: Third Friday | 11:30am - 12:30pm
- Meeting Link: https://phoenixcollege-edu.zoom.us/j/82250397081
Description: The PC Chess club promotes and wants to enhance critical thinking abilities through chess. Come out and join us for challenging chess matches and fun.
Meetings: Thursdays | 1pm - 3pm
Description: Christian Club provides an opportunity to learn more about the Word and develop fellowship with other Christian students.
Meeting Day: Wednesdays
Meeting Time: 3pm-4pm
Meeting Link: https://tinyurl.com/pcchristianclub
Description: The CGI Club allows students to come together to explore their interest in comic book writing, comic book art, anime writing and art, game designing, game testing and much more! We host relaxing and enjoyable group activities on a regular basis.
Meeting Day: Fridays
Meeting Time: Contact Kelly Loucks at email@example.com
Description: The purpose of this student organization is to provide a platform for students to participate in professional team-based Esports activities, and to encourage the development of leadership skills.
Meeting Day: Email Travis Maldanado
Description: The PC Fashion Club promotes and inspires fashion creativity among like-minded students who learn from each other, explore their interests and make new friends. Our goals are to share, explore and expand ideas about the fashion industry through field trips, fundraisers, lectures and events.
Meeting Day: Email Char Brandom
Description: Future Teachers Club at PC provides support activities for future elementary and secondary educators through service learning projects with local schools, informational meetings with university advisors, mentoring relationships with Phoenix College faculty, and contact with dynamic educational leaders in our community.
Meeting Day: TBD
Advisor:Kat Valdivia Kathy.Valdivia@phoenixcollege.edu
Description: Phoenix College Garden Club is a group of students, staff, faculty and community members interested in edible gardening. No experience necessary. Garden Club members grow and harvest vegetables, fruits and flowers. The Club also plans, plants and maintains the Phoenix College Edible Garden and Greenhouse.
Meeting Day: Email Elena Ortiz
Description: The PC Interior Design Club is affiliated with the America Society of Interior Design (ASID), a 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 field. Student members are encouraged to attend and participate in local professional meetings and plan activities throughout the year, including seminars, home tours, industry visits, workshops and social gatherings.
Meeting Day: Email Coreen Golab
Description: The International Club provides opportunities for American and International students to share ideas and participate in activities that promote and enhance their knowledge and understanding of global cultures.
Dr. Joseph Kimbuende
Description: M.E.Ch.A 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 relation to the total school and community.
Meeting Day: Thursdays
Meeting Time: 1pm - 2pm
Location: A Building Room 110
Dr. Trino Sandoval
Description: The PC NAACP/BSU is a historic organization committed to the empowerment and success of African Americans, peoples of color and the unity of all people for a better future.
Meeting Day: Email Alicia Middleton
Description: NAMI promotes education, awareness and alliance in behavioral health service fields. Membership is open to all full or part-time Phoenix College students who show an interest in the field of Behavioral Health..
Meeting Day: Email Dr. Webster
Dr. Deborah Webster
Description: The Native American Student Association (N.A.S.A.) encourages unity in participation in activities and to get involved in the community. N.A.S.A. promotes cultural exchange in order to enrich college life as well as serves as a support group for Native Americans.
Meeting Day: Thursdays
Meeting Time: 12pm-1pm
Location: Student Union 117A
Meeting Link: http://meet.google.com/twx-yapt-fyh
Description: The Phoenix College PBL Business club prepares students who are interested in pursuing a career in the business field through local, state, and national competitions. If you are interested in developing leadership, communication, and team skills or simply looking for an organization to meet and network with others at the local, state, or national Levels, then PBL is the club for you. PBL is the college version of the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), so if you belonged to the FBLA or DECA clubs in high school, then this is the club for you.
Doug Northway - firstname.lastname@example.org / 602.285.7681
Description: The PC American Choral Directors Association provides a space for future music educators to learn more about teaching choral music.
Description: The Male Empowerment Network aims 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.
Meeting Day:Email Dean Thompson
Description: PC United Student Government promotes student involvement in school sponsored events, clubs, forums, athletics, and honor societies. PC United provides an opportunity for students to develop and demonstrate leadership skills and work on issues that impact the student body. Being involved means opportunities for leadership training, conferences, scholarships, networking with administration and faculty and making a difference on campus and in our community.
Meeting Day: Mondays
Meeting Time:1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Dr. Aristotle Mosier
Description: The mission of Art=PC3 is to promote ceramic art. This involves learning about, understanding and appreciating ceramic art. We aim to share information and networking with other ceramic artists. We also participate in ceramic art events and the sales.
Meeting Day: Email Tiffany Bailey
Tiffany C. Bailey
Description: For more than 100 years, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society has helped millions of high-achieving college students reach their full potential. We don’t just recognize their academic success; we give them opportunities to develop professional and leadership skills, earn scholarships, explore career paths — and make their worlds a lot bigger. Membership is by invitation only.
Time: 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Location: Online via Zoom
ID: 253 953 2637 Password:9Cv3wk
Description: The PC Computer Science Club is a club designed to encourage students to think, learn, and collaborate as they explore the world of computer science, technology and programming. Participating allows them to become equipped with the skills necessary for successful career development.
Description: A club for Phoenix College's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and non-binary students, their straight and cisgender supporters, those who are questioning their orientation, those with friends or family who are LGBTQ+ and anyone interested in the experiences and issues of LGBTQ+ people.
Description: A group of people who enjoy building things and learning about how they work. We create, program and run robots and robotic devices. If this sounds interesting to you, you belong in our group. The Phoenix College Robotics club aims to spread awareness and raise interest within our school and our community about robotics and robotic competitions. Club members will work with educators and other clubs to earn valuable life experience with robotics, technology and science.
Maricopa Speech & Debate Team
The Maricopa Speech & Debate team is intended to build your linguistic skills and confidence. Based at Glendale Community College, the club is open to students from:
- Phoenix College
- Glendale CC
- Estrella CC
- Paradise Valley CC
The team has enjoyed success at regional and national-level events.
Interested in Participating?
Learn more at on the Speech & Debate Team page.
Description: STEAM 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.
Meeting Day: Thursdays
Meeting Time: 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Meeting Place: C316
Description: The Social Justice Organization of PC is a group where students can vocalize and collaborate on creating social awareness and social movements on campus. By creating environments that welcome conversations about difficult topics such as drugs and addiction, immigration, domestic violence, and many others, SoJO allows students, faculty and community members to speak their truths. Awareness, inclusivity, and engagement, are the pillars of SoJO and if your passion is to speak out and bring attention and understanding to social justice issues, then SoJO is the place for you.
Meeting Day: Mondays
Meeting Time: 3:30pm-4:30pm
Meeting Link: https://tinyurl.com/sojomeeting
Description: SADHA aims to cultivate, promote, and sustain the art and science of dental hygiene. We represent and safeguard the common interest of the members of the dental hygiene profession while contributing to the improvement of the health of the public.
Meeting Day: Email Kerry Darrow- Must be in dental hygiene program to attend
Description: The Student Nurses Organization 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, announcements, 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.
For more information please email: phoenixcollegeSNO@gmail.com
Meeting Day: Email at phoenixcollegeSNO@gmail.com
Description: A female diversity initiative to support our population of women students at PC.
Meeting Day: Wednesdays
Meeting Time: 4pm-5pm
Meeting Link: https://meet.google.com/nuz-kwwe-ddp
Interested in Becoming a Member?