Student Clubs

Join a Student Club to Meet Other Students

Clubs are a way for students to connect with people who share similar interests. Clubs are supported by the Associated Students with access to campus facilities, Associated Student funding, and more! Being part of a club is a great way to find a place to belong and have fun on and off campus. View a list of existing Rocklin student clubs below or visit our Nevada County Campus student clubs.

Sierra College student clubs are open to all currently registered students without discrimination of any kind based on race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, national origin, mental or physical disability, political belief or affiliation, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, and any other class of individuals protected from discrimination under state or federal law in any aspect of the access to, admission, or treatment of students in its programs and activities. Learn more in Sierra College Board Policy (BP) 3410.

Connect with club members in our mobile app

You can find a list of campus clubs, club meeting dates and times, meeting links and contact information for club advisors in the Sierra College app. You can also connect and chat with other club members on the club wall!

Start a new club or reactivate a club

Forming your own club is simple! Find out how to start a new club or reactivate a formerly active club by contacting the Campus Life Office or submitting the form below, which requires logging in to mySierra first. Recently active clubs can reactivate online each semester. 

Start or Reactivate Club Online Form

Our Student Clubs

The purpose of this club is to be inspired by art and make art to inspire others. The Art Club is a place for anyone with an interest or passion for art to connect, network, and socialize with others to share ideas relating to the art world. The Art Club will meet weekly and talk about an art topic each week. 

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us every second and fourth Friday at 4:00 pm

Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app and click on "Campus Clubs" to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Nicholas Gagliardi, ngagliardi@sierracollege.edu

To foster a sense of community among all students of the African Diaspora at Sierra College and to stimulate the intellectual, political, cultural, and social growth. This club is open to all Sierra College Students.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us Mondays from 4:00 - 5:00 pm.

Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app and click on "Campus Clubs" to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Allisha Crockett, acrockett@sierracollege.edu 

To educate students about the automobile industry, club projects and enrich student’s knowledge.

Spring 2022 Meetings 

Join us the second Monday of each month from 4:00-5:00 pm in N3 and N4. 

Advisor: Roy Ingram, ringram5@sierracollege.edu

To promote chemistry in the community, on campus and to network with other science students.

Spring 2022 Meetings 

Join us Fridays from 3:00-4:00 pm on Zoom. Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app and click on "Campus Clubs" to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Rhiannon Porter, rporter@sierracollege.edu

The purpose of the Computer Science Club is to provide a practical and useful project experience to all interested and involved in Computer Science or a related field. Such fields include but are not limited to Mathematics, Computer Information Systems, Engineering, Mechatronics, and Physics.

Spring 2022 Meetings 

Join us the first Monday of the second week each month at 6:00 pm via Discord

Advisor: Roy Ingram, ringram5@sierracollege.edu

Get involved. Get active. Get to know your world!

The Environmentally Concerned Organization of Students (ECOS) at Sierra College supports and promotes environmental advocacy, sustainability, stewardship and education. ECOStudents pursue local, state, national, and global issues that affect the environment, directly or indirectly.

ECOS strives to make positive changes happen on campus and in the community. ECOStudents attend conferences, take field trips, handle restoration projects, volunteer with local non-profits, care for a student garden and much more. Each spring semester, ECOStudents organize the Earth Day celebrations on campus. 

ECOS Sustainable Holiday Guide

Don't worry, it's not a traditional gift guide that includes product endorsements and greenwashed merchandise recommendations. Instead, it includes fun gift ideas, creative wrapping-alternatives and holiday tips that can help you have more sustainable holidays without missing out on any of the fun. Many ideas will save you time, money and stress too!

Spring 2022 Meetings

Fridays, 10:30 am - 11:30 am via Zoom

Students are welcome to come to all or part of any meeting. To receive the Zoom link, please send an email request from your Sierra College email account to SierraCollegeECOS@gmail.com 

Advisor: Krissy Gilbert, kgilbert@sierracollege.edu

To increase feminist consciousness and action among students.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Wednesday, 12:30 am - 2:00 pm on Zoom. Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app and click on "Campus Clubs" to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Megan Seely, mseely@sierracollege.edu

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.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us Mondays at 2:00 pm (in person) at Lifehouse Church, 4800 Sierra College Blvd and on Tuesdays at 3:00 pm (online).

Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Randy Snook, rsnook@sierracollege.edu

To offer students to participate in activities that will prepare them for their future interviews in their respective fields of study. Students will have a chance to acquire leadership skills through committee, as well as officer positions within the club. They will also participate in collaborative work between colleagues and similar interests and passions.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us the first and third Monday of each month from 9:00 am - 10:00 am via Zoom.

Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Gita Faroughi, gfaroughi@sierracollege.edu 

Our club promotes student interest and student success among the allied health and microbiology students of Sierra College. To further improve the quality of Microbiology programs, promote interest in the sciences, related fields of microbiology, and associated allied health professions within the district.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us Fridays at noon via Zoom.

Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Karen LeGrand, klegrand@sierracollege.edu 

What is Mythopoetics? Mythopoetics is a term, coined by poet Gary Snyder, meaning the strategic use of literature to change the narrative of a culture. In short, changing the world with words.

Our club celebrates creative writing and literature, and edits and publishes the Sierra Journal.

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Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us Mondays from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm via Zoom.

Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Christopher Hall, chall14@sierracollege.edu 

Our club promotes and advocates greater awareness and presence of Native Americans and Pacific Islanders at Sierra College. We meet weekly each semester with the goal of exposing members to cultural, educational and social opportunities. We hold the Annual Sierra College Big Time and Indigenous Peoples’ Days Events, participate in community activities, attend conferences and offer educational presentations. Additionally, we invite artists, activists and scholars from the Native American community to speak at our campus.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us Wednesdays at 1:00pm via Zoom

Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Melissa Leal, mleal@sierracollege.edu 

The promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service and cultivation of fellowship among qualified students at Sierra College.

Spring 2022 Meetings 

Join us on Fridays from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm via Phi Theta Kappa Canvas ConferZoom. 

Interested students can enroll in PTK's Canvas shell via https://sierra.instructure.com/enroll/RMH6X4, then select "ConferZoom'" tab on the left side of the PTK Canvas shell and click "Join Meeting." Each meeting has a unique meeting ID, hence this process.

Advisor: Jason File, jfile@sierracollege.edu

To promote an environment of students that are politically concerned, by hosting various events such as: forums, debates, guest speakers, and provide information pertaining to upcoming local, state, and federal government elections.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us Tuesdays at 4:00 pm via Zoom.

Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.
 
Advisor: Michael Deaver, mdeaver@sierracollege.edu 

The Psychology Club welcomes everyone interested in psychology topics, and it is not required to be a psychology major to be in the club. We do events like panel events, campus cleanup, movie viewing/discussions, quick/fun experiments, and more. We are a chapter of PSI BETA (National Honor Society specifically for psychology majors at community colleges) and our goal is to provide an enthusiastic and inspirational atmosphere in which all students and /or faculty members can further their knowledge and interest in psychology.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us on Wednesdays from 11:00am - 12:00pm via Zoom and in person (I-4, Pride Center). Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Michelle Laird (mlaird@sierracollege.edu

To foster leadership development through the coordination of educational and awareness projects thru mentoring and roundtable discussions.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us on Mondays at 2:00 pm in person in the Cross Cultural Center or on Zoom.

Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Darlene Preciado, dpreciado@sierracollege.edu

To promote club activities and events that are centered around LGBTQ+ activism, support groups, social activities, tolerance and education. We invite LGBTQ+ students and allies to join us.

Spring 2022 Meetings 

Join us on Tuesdays from 12:30 - 1:30 pm on Discord.

Advisor: Tamal Wright, twright30@sierracollege.edu

The purpose of our club is 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.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us on Fridays at 11:00 am in N-3.

Club website: Sierra College Robotics Club

Advisor: Tony Osladil, tosladil@sierracollege.edu 

The purpose of our club is to create community in addition to challenging Islamophobia as well as addressing any misconceptions toward religion.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us on Fridays at 9:30 am on Zoom. Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Jen Vernon, jvernon@sierracollege.edu 

The purpose of our club is 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 opportunity to interact with other students, make the most of their academic years in the USA, and offer opportunities to work in a group and practice leadership.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us every Tuesday from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm via Zoom. Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Denise Saur, dsaur@sierracollege.edu 

 

The purpose of our club is to connect Social Science majors to each other, share internship/job opportunities, and participate in engaging events that relate to some realm of the Social Sciences. The Social Science Club is a place for anyone with an interest or passion for any aspect of Social Sciences to connect, network, and socialize with each other, to share ideas relating to current events, and build connections. 

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us the first and third Fridays from 1:00 - 2:00 pm via Zoom. Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Matt Archer, marcher@sierracollege.edu

To promote the appreciation of the dramatic arts.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us on Thursdays from 10:00 - 10:30 am via Zoom. Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Debra Hammond, dhammond@sierracollege.edu

This club serves the purpose of bringing those who enjoy playing video games together. By doing so, it stands to get more students involved with life on campus, and act as a positive way to meet others who share similar interests within Sierra College. Together as a club, we hope to be a part of something bigger than any one person, and overall enhance the Sierra College Community.

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us the second and fourth Monday of each month at 5:00 pm on Discord.

Advisor: Louie Garcia, lgarcia34@sierracollege.edu

Sierra College’s Information Technology (IT) department has started a Women in Tech Club (WiT), and we would love to have you join in the community!
The Women in Tech club is a community of students from all backgrounds and skill levels interested in learning more about technology. The mission of WiT is to cultivate talented technology students while educating their peers on how they can leverage technology to improve their current and future careers.
At club meetings we will:
  • Provide support/friendship/networking with other women in Sierra's IT program
  • Bring in guest speakers from the IT industry to talk about their experiences
  • Reach out to local middle school and high schools to pique the interest of young women
  • If this sparks an interest to you, please join us.  

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us the fourth Monday of each month at 5:30 pm on Zoom. Please contact the advisor or download the Sierra College mobile app to get the Zoom information.

Advisor: Malena Prinzing, mprinzing1@sierracollege.edu

 

Spring 2022 Meetings

Join us the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 1:00 pm in person in I-11.

Advisor: Shannon Spears, sspears1@sierracollege.edu

Formerly Active Student Clubs

Contact the Campus Life Office or start or reactivate club using our online form.

  • Baila Sierra Baila
  • Board Game Club
  • CommJAM
  • Cracking the Code
  • Dream Club
  • Enactus Club
  • Fashion Club
  • Feminist Action Club
  • French Club
  • KSCM (recent name change to Sierra Collegiate Broadcasting and Journalism Club)
  • Math Club
  • Philosophy Club
  • Physics and Engineering Club
  • Public Safety Club
  • Sierra Outdoor Recreation Club (SORC)
  • Sierra Sustainable Young Farmers and Ranchers Club
  • Theatre Club
  • Tutor Club
  • Women in Tech
  • Yoga Club
  • Zion Bible Study

 

Contact Campus Life Office

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