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Clubs and Organizations

Are you a devoted sports fan? Do you enjoy discussing the latest trends in political science? Have you always dreamt of being in an a capella group? Find people who share your interests in a club at Phoenix College. It’s a great way to get involved and a valuable part of your college experience.


Support Student Clubs

Have questions about a specific club? Contact the club sponsor(s) or ask 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. (Note: This list may not be complete as clubs are continually organizing and being recognized.)

Performing Arts FOI Degrees and Certificates Link

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


Culture and Society FOI Degrees and Certificates LinkDescription: 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.

Meeting Day:Thursdays

Meeting Time:1pm-2pm

Meeting Link:


Health Sciences FOI Degrees and Certificates LinkDescription: The PC Martial Arts Club is a place for students to learn and practice martial arts.

Meeting Day: TBA

Meeting Time: TBA

Meeting Link: TBA


Culture and Society FOI Degrees and Certificates Link

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: Email Trino Sandoval


Culture and Society FOI Degrees and Certificates Link

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




Behavioral Science FOI Degrees and Certificates LinkDescription: 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



Culture and Society FOI Degrees and Certificates Link

Description: N.A.S.A. encourages participation in Native American activities and to get involvement within the Indian 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: Tuesdays

Meeting Time: 2:30pm-3:30pm

Meeting Link:


Business Management FOI Degrees and Certificates Link

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.

Faculty Advisor:
Doug Northway - / 602.285.7681



Performing Arts FOI Degrees and Certificates LinkDescription: The PC American Choral Directors Association provides a space for future music educators to learn more about teaching choral music.



  • Kenny Miller
    (602) 285-7297

Culture and Society FOI Degrees and Certificates LinkDescription: 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

  • Michael Wainscott
    (602) 285-7427