Student Clubs and Organizations

Did you know SFCC has almost 30 active student clubs and organizations on campus? Take a look at these examples:

Spring 2018 SFCC Club List

The Clay Club was formed 9 years ago to provide an opportunity for students to participate in a professional style event to market their work in a supportive environment. Students make work and participate in assignments and critiques in classes. However, that is only part of learning to be an artist. Experiencing what is required to actually interface with customers is also an important part of the educational process. Students of all skill levels may participate. In addition, The Clay Club spends some of the proceeds from the sale on supplementing ceramic equipment, sponsoring workshops and making donations to worthy causes like Campus Cupboard. The workshop themes vary from demonstrations on photographing ceramic work (essential to entering exhibitions and sales), to hands-on instruction led by full time artists. These workshops allow students to learn from a broad range of artists beyond SFCC faculty. The Clay Club is headed by a faculty advisor and four elected officers: president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary. Clay Club members meet in room # 730 about 5 times/term.
Like us on our Facebook page!
The Fellowship of Gamers promotes and plays various types of games including card, tabletop, video, and other social games. Our goal is to bring games to a broad population of the Santa Fe public. We are currently meeting Mondays 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm in room 603 in the Media Arts Lab. Have some serious fun!
Meeting times: Every Monday 12:30-2:30 in room 821 in the Trades and Advanced Technology Wing
Bio: The Mycology club is dedicated to studying, growing, and finding fungi.
President: Dylan W. Martin
Advisor: Xubi Wilson
Treasurer: Thomas Agard
Powertalkers Toastmasters meet Thursdays from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm in room 815. Powertalkers gives you a friendly and helpful audience to practice class talks and presentations and be comfortable in front of an audience. Free food.
SMILES Club meets at least twice per semester and as needed. Location is room 454.
The Student Nurses Association is a group of Student nurses at SFCC who’s goal is to mentor other nursing students preparing for initial licensure as a Registered Nurse and promote professional development.

**Check with Office of Student Development for a list of inactive clubs or how to start a new club**

Studies show that students who are involved at their college:
  • receive better grades
  • are more satisfied with their overall college experience
  • be successful in their academic program
  • are more likely to stay in school
  • are more marketable when job searching and/or applying to other schools

Documents