Student Clubs

FALL 2019 ICC Important dates

The ICC meets every Friday from 10:00am - 12:00pm, in the I4-409 ASG Conference Room, beginning with the first meeting as listed below:

  • First Official Meeting of Fall 2019: 9/13/19
  • Club Officer Orientation: 9/20/19
  • Inter-Club Council Workshops: TBD


INTERESTED IN CREATING, RE-ACTIVATING AND/OR REGISTERING YOUR CLUB? The following documents will provide you with all of the information needed to complete the process. Online club registrations are usually due three to four weeks after the beginning of each semester, though exact deadline may vary from semester to semester. Be sure to check back for important deadline dates!

Club Rush will take place on September 10, 11 and 12, 2019, from 11am-1pm at the Sunrise Plaza; if you and your club intend to participate then please send an email to Courtney Lee ( so that he can provide more information as necessary and ensure that there is ample space for every participant.

**The deadline for Club Registration is September 20, 2019 (9/20/19)**

NEED ACCESS TO RESOURCES FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION/CLUB? The following documents include important information and forms that will assist you in being an effective club.


LIST OF Student Clubs and Organizations

Student Clubs and Organizations provide a rich and exciting multi-cultural dimension to college life at Mesa. Faculty and classified staff advisors serve on a voluntary basis and are approved by the College President each semester.

Clubs that registered as active in the Spring 2019 Semester will be listed below in an abbreviated fashion, which includes the name of each registered club, the name of the advisor, and the best email address by which you may contact the club. The list of approved clubs for the 2019-2020 academic year will be added after the registration period has expired.

We have also added a Club Interest Form to this webpage, which will allow you to leave a message through the website that will be forwarded to the clubs of your choosing. You will find it at the bottom of the Club List below.

You can always contact the Inter-Club Council Advisor, Courtney Lee, for more information, as available, with regards to specific student groups.

Mesa College Associated Students -- The Associated Students (AS) is the representative body of the students in the shared governance process at Mesa College. We are fellow students whom have been elected or appointed to positions with the AS. The AS provides students with practical leadership experience in the areas of budget/financial planning, parliamentary procedures, and in the development of programs and services which are designed to meet student needs. The student leaders and the staff of the Student Affairs Office encourage you to get involved and take part in the many leadership opportunities available at Mesa College. Advisor: Dean of Student Affairs, Victoria Miller (

Mesa College Inter-Club Council -- Created to support the functions of the active clubs, and inform the AS on matters which directly or indirectly affect the functions of the ICC. Also, to establish and maintain communication among all active clubs on campus and to actively promote the creation of new clubs. The ICC also provides guidance and resources for prospective clubs. Advisor: Courtney Lee (

Active Minds -- Advised by Suzanne Khambata (

Alpha Omega -- Advised by David Fierro (

Anthropology Club -- Advised by Ryan Mongelluzzo (

Astronomy Club -- Advised by Irena Stojimirovic (

Bahai Club -- Advised by Bruce Naschak (

Black Student Union -- Advised by Thekima Mayasa (

Business Club -- Advised by Tara Marciel (

Chinese Culture Club -- Advised by Shannon Shi (

Computer Science Club -- Advised by James Gappy (

Democratic Club -- Advised by Alessandra Moctezuma (

Engineering Club, a Chapter of SHPE -- Advised by David Fierro & Morteza Mohssenzadeh

Fashion Club -- Advised by Jordyn Smiley & Susan Lazear (

Fast Scholars Club -- Advised by Sade Burrell (

Film Club -- Advised by George Ye (

First Nations Scholars Club -- Advised by Michael Cox (

Flow & Movement Arts -- Advised by N Scott Robinson (

Gender-Sexuality Alliance -- Advised by Michael Harrison (

Honors Club -- Advised by Cara Smulevitz (

Institute of Civil Civic Engagement -- Advised by Michelle Rodriguez (

Interior Design Club -- Advised by Sarah Kim (

Japan Club -- Advised by Miyoko Hamanaka (

Martial Arts Alliance -- Advised by Joe Benedito (

Mesa College Animal Health Technology Student Association -- Advised by Jeaneal Davis (; please note that this group limits its enrollment to students who are participating in the Animal Health Technology Program

Mesa Robotics Organization -- Advised by Duane Wesley (

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán -- Advised by Manuel Velez (

Philosophy Club -- Advised by Ian Duckles & Mary Gwin (

Phi Theta Kappa -- Advised by Brian Mackus (

Pre Health AMSA Club -- Advised by Kelly Spoon (

Psi Beta -- Advised by Jaye van Kirk & Helen Greenberg (

Puente -- Advised by Christie Allred (

Rising Immigrant Scholars through Education Club -- Advised by Amber Alatorre & Jesus Gaytan (

Restart Scholars -- Advised by Jesus Gaytan & John Crocitti (

Star Trio Club -- Advised by Marichu Magana & Thuan Le (

Student Diversity Club -- Advised by Judy Sundayo (

Student Veterans Organization -- Advised by Ramiro Hernandez & Evan Adelson (

TerraMesa: Environmental Sustainability and Conservation Club -- Advised by Waverly Ray (

Tomiki Aikido Club -- Advised by Andrew MacNeill (

Umoja -- Advised by Micheal Temple (

Vietnamese Students Association -- Advised by Hai Hoang & Jennifer Derilo (

Women in Law -- Advised by Michelle Rodriguez (

Women's Alliance -- Advised by Gloria Kim (

Writing Club -- Advised by Jennifer Derilo (

Zion Bible Study Club -- Advised by Timothy Fischer (

If you are interested in learning more about a particular student club or organization, please complete the form below. A representative from the club/organization will then follow-up with you.
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Official AS meetings are held on Wednesday's from 12:45pm to 1:45pm in the AS Conference Room, located at I4-409 A/B.

Official I.C.C. meetings are held on Fridays at 10:00am in the AS Conference Room, I4-409 A/B.

Please keep these times open and consider becoming part of your Student Government and campus life! We need leaders, planners, recorders, and student representatives. We offer experience in student governance, advocacy and opportunities for you to express your ideas.

Members of the AS can be located in I4-409. The office phone number is 619-388-2903. While they try to be open Monday to Thursday from 8:00 am until 6:00 pm and Friday from 8:00 am until 12:00 pm, please keep in mind, that like you, they are students first and education is the highest priority. If you stop by and the gate is closed, please visit the Student Affairs Office next door in I4-408 and they will be happy to assist you.