Clubs Contact List

SLCC Student Clubs and Organizations

American Chemical Society (ACS)

We are the Salt Lake Community College Student Affiliates of the National Chemistry Society. We work in collaboration with the PMP and PILS club. It is our hope to make all of our members more desirable candidates for the careers/graduate schools that they plan to pursue in the future.

President: Sierra Cunningham, (307) 413-5409
Advisor: Ron Valcarce,

American Indian Student Leadership (AISL)

The purpose of AISL is to share and cultivate appreciation of all Native American and Alaskan Natives and to provide support for a successful academic and educational experience by affording social and cultural activities through leadership and community service.

President: Braidan Weeks, (801) 372-6438
Advisor: Jennifer Leo,

American Sign Language (ASL)

ASL was organized to help students develop their ASL skills and for deaf or hard-of-hearing students to introduce themselves to the college, and get involved with deaf culture.

President: Stephanie Riches, (435) 850-7221
Advisor: Duane Kinner,

American Society of Civil Engineers

ASCE provides essential value to our members and partners, to advance civil engineering, and serve the public good.

President: Brandon Walker, (801) 597-9532
Advisor: Nick Safai,

American Society of Engineering Education

ASEE is committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology. The Society seeks to encourage local, national, and international communication and collaboration; influence corporate and government policies and involvement; promote professional interaction and lifelong learning; utilize effectively the Society's human and other resources; recognize outstanding contributions of individuals and organizations; encourage youth to pursue studies and careers in engineering and engineering technology; and influence the recruitment and retention of young faculty and underrepresented groups.

President: Cyrus Safai,
Advisor: Nick Safai,

Animation Club

The animation club was created to improve the art and communication skills of the students and practice the basics of animation. We will use the art skills to entertain other students and obtain new experience for the members of the club.

President: Jhon J Castillo, (801) 326-9585
Advisor: Chad Erekson,

Aviation Flight Club

The SLCC Aviation Club is designed to enrich students’ experience and exposure to aviation at SLCC through community events, challenges, education, and service.

President: Cannen Cullison, (702) 448-9559
Advisor: Brett Terpstra,

Aviation Maintenance

Aviation Maintenance Club was formed to train a competitive maintenance team to represent SLCC on a national level, and also to integrate students into professional setting expanding their opportunities for employment upon graduation.

President: Patrick Kennedy, (801) 915-3522
Advisor: Jaime Horning,

Black Student Union (BSU)

The Black Student Union (formerly African American Awareness Association) is a club formed to increase the strength of community relations and cultural awareness between Salt Lake Community College, its community, and African-Americans.

President: Sadiya Hassan, (385) 444-6335
Advisor: Glory Stanton,

Bruin Robotics

Our main focus is using the Arduino microcontroller in combination with various sensors and output devices to create autonomous or semi-autonomous robots. There is quite a bit of hands-on mechanical design for platforms and other things, as well as the software/electronic design for controlling the robots.

President: Randall Petersen,
Advisor: Quentin McRae,

Chess Club

Chess Club gives students an opportunity to play friendly games of chess against their peers in a low-stress environment. Students of all levels are welcome to come, as help is given to those who need it.

President: Elliot Befus,
Advisor: Kurt Shirkey,

Circle K International

Our purpose is to help develop college and university students into a global network of responsible citizens and leaders with a lifelong commitment to service. The three tenets are service, leadership, and fellowship. Members of Circle K will meet other students with different backgrounds and experiences. We engage in the community by participating in diverse service projects. Students also learn to take initiative in projects and gain leadership and fellowship skills that they can use not only in the classroom, but also in the workforce.

President: Kristy Nguyen, (801) 803-8123
Advisor: Karen Kwan,

Collegiate DECA (formerly DEX)

We are a professional student organization designed to develop professionalism and leadership skills in students interested in pursuing a career in business. We help promote opportunities for gaining experience through leadership, competition and community service.

President: Emma Farr, (801) 502-5462
Advisor: Ahmad Kareh,

Culinary Arts

Have a voice in your Culinary Program. Share thoughts and ideas with fellow students. Participate in fun events and activities. Hear of employment, internship, and scholarship opportunities.

President: Shelbie Boutwell, (435) 849-2893
Advisor: Basil Chelemes,

Cyber Security and Digital Forensics Club

Our club will strive to foster a new generation of students that are aware of information security. Through both education and experience, we can educate the next generation of security technicians, penetration-testers, and ethical hackers. As a group, we can increase our own knowledge through collaborative learning and can make our digital world more secure. Let’s band together as a group and make the Salt Lake Community College family more secure.

President: Richard Mattingly, (801) 864-7716
Advisor: Paul Anstall,

Drama Club

Our focus is on having fun and meeting like-minded people with social meet and greets, and fun improvement activities. So put on your fun hat and come join us, it will be a blast!

President: Josh Whitaker, (801) 828-0635
Advisor: Zac Curtis,

Elohim Bible Study

We provide an in-depth understanding of the bible through science, history and prophecies. Through this we hope to bring students closer to God.

President: Chancy Mara, (760) 809-4944
Advisor: Jose Chavez,

Environmental Club

We encourage environmental activism and learning in our community. We wish to act to better our natural environment as well as educate those around us & ourselves about environmental issues.

President: Belinda Madsen, (385) 414-3645
Advisor: Jessica Berryman,

Jewelry Club

We are a group dedicated to making handmade jewelry with stones, gems, and silversmithing techniques. We specialize in using a variety of metals and materials.

President: Kira Chaney, (801) 554-2009
Advisor: James Lund,

Kurdish Student Leadership

Kurdish Student Leadership is committed to support Kurdish students academically at SLCC. Also, we are committed to cooperating and supporting other clubs to learn more from each other.

President: Khdar Fadil, (801) 708-3432
Advisor: Dr. Kamal Bewar,

Latinos in Action

We seek to inspire students to become leaders in their communities with the goal of supporting the educational success of Latino/Latina and other underrepresented youth. Through community service, cultural and leadership events, as well as peer mentorship, LIA members seek to increase the number of students attaining a college education and becoming professionals.

President: Agustin Bautista, (801) 803-1823
Advisor: Richard Diaz,

Latinx Student Union

We provide Latinx college students an opportunity to develop the support systems necessary for a successful college experience, to enhance their ethnic identity, and to promote our culture and traditions to the SLCC student body. Activities include weekly club meetings, Latinx celebrations, dances, service, social, academic and leadership opportunities. ¡Si Se Puede!

President: Emely Sandoval, (832) 908-0827
Advisor: Claudia Sanchez,

Latter-Day Saints Student Association (Taylorsville)

LDSSA is the largest club at SLCC and allows for a great environment to meet new people, have fun and learn more about Christ and the peace that accompanies a closer relationship with Him.

President: Tanner Aiken, (801) 831-2047
Advisor: Jeffery Meservy, (801) 556-7541

Latter-Day Saints Student Association (South City)

We strive to create a community where people learn about Christ and feel safe to share their personal experiences. We welcome people from all walks of life to create relationships with each other and Jesus Christ.

President: Jessica Boman, (435) 557-0225
Advisor: Dr. Kamal Bewar,

Men's Volleyball

We are the Men's Volleyball Club Team. We participate in competitive volleyball play in the Mountain West Volleyball Conference.

President: Noa Gray, (385) 228-4121
Advisor: Miles Maynes/Scott Keister,


We meet every week and do nanotechnology research, use the microscopy lab and instrumentation lab to do characterization and obtain data. We also try to go on tours of places such as IM Flash, Utah Nanofab, and other applicable sites.

President: Aubry Lines, (801) 574-9903
Advisor: Wesley Sanders,

Oxfam Club

Oxfam was created to help bring about change and create solutions to poverty, hunger, and social injustice.

President: Felix Martinez, (801) 243-7010
Advisor: Julia Wylie,

Open Source

Open Source is a club for programmers or aspiring programmers. Here we collaborate on fun, extracurricular programming projects to gain the skills we will need in the software development industry, all in a friendly, enthusiastic atmosphere. We do skills demonstrations, where we can learn from other peoples' specialties, as well as participate in school events such as the Business and Computer Science departments' JAM session.

President: Kenneth Duran,
Advisor: Margarethe Posch,

Pacific Unity Association (PUA)

We provide education and exposure of the Pacific Islander culture to SLCC and its community through culture related activities and service projects. Also help in recruiting and retention of Pacific Island students.

President: Noa Utu, (808) 206-1664
Advisor: Tevita Hola,

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society of Two-Year Colleges. We encourage the pursuit of academic excellence among SLCC students. To become a member of Phi Theta Kappa you must have completed at least 12 credit hours of course work toward an associate degree with a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA.

President: Val Zimmerman, 801-604-1807
Advisor: Jamie Kelsch,

Portuguese Club

Our club activities are planned to investigate, celebrate, and share the cultures of Portuguese speaking countries.

President: Jarret, (435) 224-8959
Advisor: Mark Nelson,

Prana Yoga

Prana Yoga Club provides an opportunity for our on campus yoga teacher trainers to teach yoga locally as part of their training, as well as provide students with the opportunity to practice yoga without the cost of going to a studio.

President: Grace Grasso, (203)-451-2519
Advisor: Paula Williams,

Pre Medical Professionals

The Pre-Medical Professions Club’s vision is to include students interested in all different types of medical fields, including but not limited to, X-Ray Techs, Dietitians, Physical Therapists, Pre-Med, Pre-SOMA students etc. If you have an interest in ANY MEDICAL FIELD, we're The Club For You!! We will give you plenty of resume building opportunities! Benefits to being a club member, are letters of recommendations from the advisers, volunteer opportunities, medical field lectures, leadership opportunities, and great networking opportunities!

President: Tallon Nielsen,
Advisor: Ron Valcarce,

Pre-Pharmacy Info Learning Society (PILS)

An organization created for pre-pharmacy students to assist with the application process, provide interaction w/guest speakers of the various fields of pharmacy, and offer community service projects.

President: Henry Hsieh, (801) 664-9491
Advisor: Ron Valcarce,


The mission of Psi Beta Honor Society is to promote professional development of psychology students in two-year colleges through promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service.

President: Bobbi Deal, (801) 413-9740
Advisor: Karen Kwan,

Psychology Club

The Psychology Club is a group of students that get together to take their education a step further. We do service projects that help to promote awareness of mental illness, attend conferences to learn about the newest topics and research in Psychology and to meet other people that share similar interests.

President: Andrew Mason, (435) 849-1409
Advisor: Shannon Flynt,

Rainbow Pride

Our club is a social support & educational group for sexual minorities & their allies. We are dedicated to promoting openness and equality, maintaining confidentiality, supporting diversity, serving the public, and furthering a positive image for the LGBTQ+ community.

President: Melanie Matson,
Advisor: Brandon Devlin,

Recovery Rock Stars

We offer support for individuals with Mental Diagnoses and or addiction, we provide a on campus support group and do a service project in the community.

President: Dan Davidson, (385) 227-7000
Advisor: Zendina Mostert,

Resonance Club

We support the music department’s mission to facilitate the education of students by: Helping create a professional environment for music production Providing opportunities for ongoing training and real world experience Stimulating collaborative opportunities with students and professionals from all creative fields Helping connect students to the professional music community Addressing the musical needs of the college community as a whole.

President: Michael Fewkes, (801) 923-4923
Advisor: Thomas Baggaley,

SADHA (Student American Dental Hygienist Association) 1st Years

SADHA is a club of first year dental hygiene students that have been accepted and are currently taking Dental Hygiene classes. This club is very involved in community service, with each member providing 40 hours of service (minimum) volunteering with dental related activities in the community.

President: Caitlin Ray, (801) 615-9820
Advisor: Jeanie Allen,

SADHA (Student American Dental Hygienist Association) 2nd Years

SADHA is a club of second year dental hygiene students that have been accepted and are currently taking Dental Hygiene classes. This club is very involved in community service, with each member providing 40 hours of service (minimum) volunteering with dental related activities in the community.

President: Deanna Erickson, (801) 231-6502
Advisor: Jeanie Allen,


SKILLS USA encourages excellence in scholarship leadership, and development through a national achievement program as well as college, state and national competition activities.

President: Ignacio Romero, (801) 707-3302
Advisor: Mark Kranendonk,

SLCC Anatomy & Physiology

The purpose of the SLCC Anatomy and Physiology Club is to foster a deeper and more interdisciplinary understanding of the anatomical sciences, through peer mentorship as well as forums that discuss scientific knowledge in its practical, historical, and social context.

President: Crissy Fail, (801) 502-7284
Advisor: Jeff Huffman,

SLCC Automotive & Racing Crew

The purpose of this organization is to enlighten and enrich SLCC Automotive Technicians, by being involved with everything in regards to Automotive, past, present, and future. To promote/encourage SLCC Automotive Technicians, and to create a community within the automotive student-body that provides an environment for leadership and advanced learning in this field.

President: Darrel Godfrey, (801) 548-3532
Advisor: Dennis O'Reilly, dennis.o’

SLCC Belly Dancers

SLCC Belly Dance Club is for people interested in learning, improving, performing (optional), costuming and props of belly dance. In addition, dancers will be exposed to the rich, diverse culture and history of belly dance and its many various styles. This club isn't just a workout club, or a dance club, or a fashion/costuming club, or a performing club, or a social club to meet new friends, it is a club that provides a synergy of all these things.

President: Amber Ward, (801) 653-9419
Advisor: Paula Williams,

SLCC Chamber Singers

We help others enjoy and feel the spirit of music. Contact Dr. Lyle Archibald, choir director, to find out how you can get school credit for singing with a vibrant group of musicians.

President: Sylvia Sherrod, (740) 641-6546
Advisor: Lyle Archibald,

SLCC Fashion Club

Helping provide opportunities and events to further expand the knowledge and job possibilities for students in the fashion institute.

President: Garrett Kennedy, (801) 391-6827
Advisor: Maria Skelton,

SLCC Interior Design Club

The focus of the SLCC Interior Design Club will be four fold:
1. Increase our skills as interior designers through challenges, critiques and competitions. 2. Develop valuable relationships with fellow design students and design professionals in the community. 3. Use design to serve the community. 4. Have fun and build creativity.
Each of these will help us better prepare to contribute to the field of interior design after our time here.

President: Justice Cook, (253) 348-5773
Advisor: Jeri Eastman,

SLCC Raspberry Pi Club

This club uses the Raspberry Pi Computer to become better programmers, learn to work as a team, learn to take initiative and better our members for a future career.

President: Travis Schnider, (208) 818-6598
Advisor: Darren Hunter,

SLCC Social Worker Association (SWA)

The purpose of this organization is to identify, develop, and carry out projects designed to address the needs within the community, and to assist one another in developing awareness and skills that can be used toward a future career in social work and enriching our educational experience while at Salt Lake City Community College.

President: Liliane Olvera, (801) 707-2079
Advisor: Daniel Poole,

SLCC Virtual Reality Society

Our purpose is to train, support and update students on the new format of Virtual Reality as a medium for creating content for television, YouTube, and film in all areas (narrative, news, documentary, film, commercial, public service, educational, vocational, etc.)

President: Tamara Wharon, (801) 819-0005
Advisor: Tyler Smith,

Society of Woman Engineers (SWE)

SWE is a national driving force in establishing engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration for women. It provides a network of support, stimulating women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders. SWE seeks to expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving quality of life, and seeks to demonstrate the value of diversity.

President: Zoe Moses, (801) 558-4173
Advisor: Nick Safai,

Students for Choice

In conjunction with Planned Parenthood, Students for Choice at SLCC is club dedicated to informing and empowering students about reproductive health, rights, and justice among their community and local government. Regardless of race, ethnicity, income, gender status, age, and sexual orientation, we believe individuals have the right to manage his or her fertility. We believe, respect and value for diversity in all aspects of our organization are essential to our well-being. We believe that reproductive self-determination must be voluntary and preserve the individual's right to privacy. We further believe that such self-determination will contribute to an enhancement of the quality of life and strong family relationships.

President: Brittany Bickley, (801) 227-4977
Advisor: Anne Canavan,

Students for the Exploration & Development of Space

SEDS is a community for students interested in space exploration engineering and science. We facilitate space-related student projects and organize industry networking events.

Advisor: David Schaffer,

Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)

Through SHAC, the Student Health Advisory Committee, we hope to promote healthy collegiate lifestyles and positive decision making among the students on this campus, including balancing the five area of Wellness: Social, Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, and Spiritual.

President: Mila Fillipi
Advisor: Andrea Marshall,

Student Occupational Therapy Association Club (SOTA)

The purpose of SOTA is to introduce the community to Occupational Therapy and to create networks throughout the community.

President: Jill Silvester,
Advisor: Gabe Byars,


Through social activities we help students network and develop close relationships that they can carry with them as they continue on their path in higher education. We provide peer mentor ship and the necessary resources to guide students through the ins and outs of the transfer process to the University of Utah.

President: Bailey Butler,
Advisor: Mikela Mokofisi,