Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs)/Clubs


There are 45 RSO’s that provide great opportunities for students to meet new people and get involved.

Student led and run, providing leadership opportunities and activities.
Each club receives an annual baseline budget of $500.
Club advisors must be faculty or staff.
Clubs can also apply for Mini-Grants to request additional funds throughout the year.

Get Involved and Build Community

Participating in RSO's/Clubs is an amazing way to meet new people, get connected to what's happening on campus, and gain valuable leadership skills. Take a look at our list of active clubs to get involved today or apply to create a new RSO if there's a topic you want to see a club focus on.

We love to hear from you.

We are open to listening to your ideas, thinking through solutions and coming up with better options. Most Importantly, we keep it simple.

Why Get Involved?

Student organizations are a network of support for students’ academic and personal success. Students who establish connections with other campus community members are more likely to persist and succeed.

Steps to Start and Reactivating Recognized Student Organization

  1. Contact the ASG Recognize Student Organization  in the Student Leadership Center at
  2. Determine the RSO Representative (as student contact).
  3. Receive the registration forms (RSO List of Members and RSO Terms of Agreement). Proceed to identify 10 students (for starting an RSO) or 5 students (for reactivating an RSO) and a faculty or staff member to be the RSO’s advisor.
  4. Once the forms are filled, contact MOCA and receive the RSO Constitution Template via email and send back the filled template to MOCA.
  5. Contact the Minister of Finance (MOF) to receive the baseline budget and advisor stipend.
  6. Be present at a parliament meeting to present the RSO’s purpose for approval (not required if students are reactivating RSO).


The United Club Council (UCC) is a regular meeting of RSO representatives for the purpose of collaboration, information, advocacy, and representation in the ASG.

For more information contact ASG Recognized Student Organization Officer Lee at

Meeting times:

Upcoming: UCC meeting November 5th, 2015

Date Location Time Agenda
Dec 2th, 2015 Quiet Dining Room (PUB 9208)  1:30-2:30 pm -
Nov 5th, 2015 Quiet Dining Room (PUB 9208)  1:30-2:30 pm -
Oct 1st, 2015 Quiet Dining Room (PUB 9208)  1:30-2:30 PM -
April 9th, 2015 Quiet Dining Room (PUB 9208) 12:30 - 1:30 PM -
May 7th, 2015 Quiet Dining Room (PUB 9208) 12:30 - 1:30 PM -
June 4th, 2015 Quiet Dining Room (PUB 9208) 12:30 - 1:30 PM -

Additional documents:
- Service Deadlines


Contact ASG Recognized Student Organization Officer


2014-2015 Clubbie Awards:

2014-2015 Shoreline Community College Clubbie Award Winners:

  • Engagement Award: Heroes Club
  • Hospitality Award: Alliance of Latin American Students (ALAS)
  • Multicultural Award: Project Pride
  • Holistic Award: Muslim Student Association
  • Athletic & Physical Health Award: Soccer Club
  • Educational Opportunity Award: Disability Awareness Society
  • Entertainment Award: Just Dance Club
  • Resource Management Award: United Science Club
  • Team-Builder Award: Asian Student Association
  • Community Service Award: Taiwanese Student Association
  • Outstanding New Club: Ethiopian- Eritrean Student Association
  • Big Ideas Award: Shoreline Community College Economic Research Team (SCCERT)

Shoreline Community College Economic Research Team (SCCERT)



Individual Awards:

  1. Big Idea Award:
    • Stacie Jurss
    • Howie Echohawke
  2. Outstanding Club Leaders:
    • Abebaw Tekeste
    • Mariama Jawara
    • Ruby Yeh
  3. Outstanding Club Members:
    • Aaron Berry
    • Tesfaye Adbisa
    • Chronos Chow
  4. Outstanding Club Advisors:
    • Ernest Johnson
    • Janelled Middleton
    • YiFan Sun
  5. UberClubbie Award:

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