Campus clubs are a way for students to connect with other students on campus that share similar interests. Clubs are able to use all the resources of the Associated Students, such as campus facilities, Associated Student funding, and much more! Being part of a club is a great way to find a place to belong and have fun on campus.
Nothing here that interests you? Forming your own club is simple! Find out how to make a new club by stopping by the Campus Life Office (J7, next to cafeteria).
Nevada County Campus Clubs are listed on their web page.
Advisor: David Dunn email@example.com
To increase interest in Astronomy both from students and surrounding community members in the various activities that Sierra College has to offer.
Advisor: Alex Wong firstname.lastname@example.org
To educate students about the automobile industry, club projects and enrich student’s knowledge.
Nevada County Campus
Advisor: Joe Cavanaugh, email@example.com
Advisor: Laurence Lambert firstname.lastname@example.org
To increase awareness of, and participation in, the French-speaking community – locally as well as around the globe. We achieve this goal through regular meetings and planned events that connect students and faculty with the culture and language of the francophone world. Our philosophy is defined by the “Three Fs” (fun, friendship, and French), and everything we do as a club reflects these values.
Advisor: Ron Morris email@example.com
To teach the Bible to college students through the dissemination of biblical literature, personal and group contact and study of the biblical text.
Advisor: Jason File, firstname.lastname@example.org
To establish and advance at Sierra College a witnessing community of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purpose in the world.
Advisor: Greg McLaughlin, email@example.com
To create an environment that will allow musicians a place to promote collaborations and constructive criticism.
“During the fall semester, I wasn’t aware of any Native American events or organizations on campus, but during the spring semester I learned about the Native American club (through an outreach e-mail by Matt Archer) and I started going to that and felt very welcomed. Before, I felt like there was no one else like me and as if there wasn’t a place for me, but learning about the club has been a huge help." —Muscogee Creek, First Year
“I LOVE having the support of the Native American Club! I feel like I’m not alone. Especially speaking with other N.A. students who are in the process of finding their native identities. Having the support of native staff & students is amazing!” —Choctaw, Cherokee, & Celtic
Advisor: Edward Haven firstname.lastname@example.org
To encourage students to join others like them in exploring personal philosophy and working together to spread them into our community.
Advisor: Tim Haenny email@example.com
The promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service and cultivation of fellowship among qualified students at Sierra College.
Advisor: Michael Deaver, firstname.lastname@example.org
To see that Sierra College becomes an environment of students that are politically concerned.
Advisor: Tony Osladil email@example.com
To promote the study and provide hands-on experience in the field of robotics by designing and building functional robots. Our main focus will be on participating in robot competitions and educating our members in all of the underlying technologies.
Advisor, Rebecca Quinn firstname.lastname@example.org
The Secular Student Alliance empowers secular students to proudly express their identity, build welcoming communities, promote secular values, and set a course for lifelong activism.
We envision a future in which secular students lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, thrive as valued members of society, and provide visionary leadership committed to humanistic ideals and critical inquiry.
Advisor: Ted Saur email@example.com
To assist and support international and ESL students who are living in a new culture. The club also facilitates TalkTimes and activities where multicultural students have the opportunities to interact with other students, make the most of their academic years in the USA, and have opportunities to work in a group and practice leadership.
Advisor, Richard Valdez firstname.lastname@example.org
Promotes awareness, education, and participation with the natural environment in group settings.
Advisor: Sabina Karr, email@example.com
To collaborate as future and existing registered nurses, to convey standards, ethics, and skills needed as responsible, accountable and committed leaders and members of the profession. Service: serve communities local & abroad. Collaboration: collaborate educationally and professionally, as classmates, with faculty, and as nurses with various organizations within our communities. Leadership: develop leaders in nursing ethically, socially, educationally and politically.
To access an extension you may dial:
If you have additional questions, drop by the Campus Life Office (J-7) or call (916) 660-7380.
All clubs are located at the Rocklin Campus unless noted diferrently.