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At San Antonio College we offer students many opportunities to get involved in various clubs and organizations.  Listed below is a list of our active clubs on campus.  If you do not see a club that matches your interests no problem, starting a new club is an easy process.  

You need five people and a full time faculty advisor. Fill out the registration packet at this link  https://orgsync.com/25432/files/122946/download and bring it  to The Office of Student Life, Loftin Student Center, second floor.

 

Current  Clubs and Organizations

American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) 

The AIAS club is an intense student-run organization that has been working for the betterment of the Architectural Education Community for over 50 years.  

Email: aias.sacollege@gmail.com

Advisor: Dwayne Bohuslav

Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) 

AITP is the community of IT knowledge focused on empowering the IT profession by evolving its members to their full potential as a professional.  It is our goal, our purpose to provide a community network for the IT business professionals to reach their true potential by providing education programs for advancing technology and business skills, leadership development opportunities, networking, peer mentoring and knowledge sharing, and online resources.  

Email: ttouchette@alamo.edu

Advisor: Troy Touchette

Astronomy Club  

An organization that has many amazing people and events learning about the stars, sun, and the cosmos.

Club Email:

Advisor: TBA

Black Student Alliance 

An organization dedicated diversity, civil rights, community service, and political action

 Email: bsasac@gmail.com

Advisors: Barbara Knotts and Judi Clark

Campus Activities Board (CAB) 

CAB is a student-run and funded organization dedicated to programming the best in diverse entertainment to service the San Antonio College students, faculty, staff, and community.  We strive to cultivate an appreciation of entertainment arts while fostering an enjoyable and educational atmosphere.  We are committed to honing leadership skills in our student representatives to compliment their academic careers

Email: sac-stulife@alamo.edu

Advisor: Mark Bigelow

Catholic Student Association 

The mission of the Catholic Student Association is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ on Campus

Email: joseph.liedecke@archsa.org

Advisor: Richard Arredondo

Cheshyre Cheese Club 

This culturally-oriented club celebrates human expression and creative ability.  The purpose of this club is to reward excellence in scholarship to foster social development, and to inspire creativity in the social sciences and the humanities, emulating the literary club of Dr. Samuel Johnson through the association of students of various intellectual interests.

Email: cheshyrecheeseclub@yahoo.com

Advisors: Jane Focht-Hansen 

Criminal Justice Student Association  

No information available

Club Email: NA

Advisor: Tiffany Cox

Digital Communications Club 

To create and develop networks between student body members and local industry leaders.  This student organization will be specifically designed to benefit students pursuing degrees in digital communication and digital arts.  This organization will help students develop professional skills to ensure success toward their career paths.  Students in this club will meet to discuss trips to local design companies and digital communication companies.  This will build bridges between student visual arts body and local cultural festivals and events which pertain to creative digital applications. 

 Email: addammasinter@live.com

Advisor: Richard Arredondo

Early Childhood Studies Club (ECSC) 

The ECSC is a club for Early Childhood Students that will enhance and engage students as they create, build and design effective activities and initiatives.  The club will also expand into building effective connections, collaborations, and relationships with the department, the college, and the community.

Email: aoconnor9@alamo.edu

Advisor: Ana de Hoyos O'Connor

Gay Ally & Lesbian Association (GALA) 

We are LGBTQ (Lesbian, gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Queer) and Allies (Straight friends) alliance of San Antonio College.  Our mission is to educate people about LGBTQ life, advocate for LGBTQ right, and provide a safe place for students of SAC.  

 Email: NA

Advisor: Suzanne Martinez and Julia Razuri

 


Kinesiology Club 

We are students interested in pursuing a degree in the field of Kinesiology with an interest in sport, health, coaching, physical fitness, recreation and dance.  Members will be provided with exposure to the field with valuable opportunities and hands-on experience.  These activities will help prepare the Kinesiology student for a career filled with satisfaction and success.  Members will also enjoy the opportunity to network with other Kinesiology majors from around the campus and state, mentoring and counseling by faculty and scholarships and job opportunities.  

 Email: bdudney@alamo.edu

Advisors: Brad Dudney, Dawn Brooks, & Chris Dillon

Mexican American Engineers & Scientists (MAES)
 

The San Antonio College MAES student chapter is an affiliate student chapter of the national professional organization, Society of the Mexican American Engineers and Scientists.  It provides a forum for the exchange of information to students interested in engineering/science to include scholarships, internships, educational programs, conferences, student support services, and employment opportunities. 


Lead Faculty Advisor: Rosa Maria Gonzalez / 210-486-0342 / rgonzalez1@alamo.edu
Faculty Advisor: Alfred Alaniz / 210-486-0060 / aalaniz@alamo.edu 

 
 

Non-Traditional Student Club 

The purpose of the Non-Traditional Student Club is to promote and provide support, encouragement, and assistance for students attending San Antonio College as well as larger issues affecting non-traditional students in the student community.  The club will offer leadership opportunities to participate in and learn how to become an active participant in the process of pursuing an education.  The Non-Traditional Student Club will also establish a safe place for students to organize for educational support and to learn about the various resources available for students at San Antonio College

 Email: fcaballero16@alamo.edu

Advisor: Felix Caballero, 210-486-0455

Phi Theta Kappa - Beta Nu Chapter 

The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa shall be to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students.  To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa shall provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence 

Advisors: G. Roger Stanley, gstanley@alamo.edu and Dr. Dan Dimitriu

Psi Beta Honor Society  

Psi Beta is the National Honor Society for Psychology students. We are the newest honor society on campus and the only active Psi Beta chapter currently in San Antonio.  Here is your chance to be a part of history.  You do not have to be a psychology major to join.  All you need to join is a 3.5 cumulative GPA or higher, at least 12 college hours, and to have taken one psychology course.

Email: sacpsibeta@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. Thomas Billimek

Psychology Club 

We explore all things Psychology.  Volunteer around the community, try to give back to our campus and surrounding area.  We have speakers come talk to us about professions and advancements in the field of Psychology and take field trips to local facilities.  We promote friendship, happiness, community, and overall mental health.

Email: sacpsychclub@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. Joseph Sullivan 

San Antonio College ARMY Reserve Officer Training Corps 

The Purpose of the SAC ARMY ROTC club is to provide opportunities in which cadets emphasize and build on branch oriented curriculum, principles, and camaraderie.  For additional information, contact Maj. Mona Martinez at 486-1481.

 Email: mmartinez742@alamo.edu

Advisor: Maj. Mona Martinez

San Antonio College Dance Club  

The purpose of the San Antonio College Dance Club is to develop interest in dance as an art form, to address the needs of dance majors, to share dance skills and knowledge with others, to promote self-esteem, to promote the San Antonio College Dance Club through volunteerism.

Email: gsimpson@alamo.edu

Advisor: George Ann Simpson

San Antonio College Glee Club  

The  SAC Glee club is seeking new members for 2013-2014. If you are interested in forming the new  Glee Club, contact Student Life at 486-0125 or Jacob Aiden Hernandez.

Advisor: TBA

 San Antonio College Japanese Club  

We are the San Antonio College Japanese Club, and we exist to extend the knowledge of the Japanese culture to the public and ourselves

 Email: SACJapaneseClub@gmail.com

Advisor: Kawabe Sensei

San Antonio College OnStage Drama Club 

Our purpose is to promote theater events in the college and community 

 Email: prodriguez197@alamo.edu

Advisor: Paula Rodriguez

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)
 

SACNAS is a society of scientists dedicated to advancing Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in science.  We are a national nonprofit organization of individuals and organizations interested in quality science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research, teaching leadership, and policy.

President Elect: Lindsey Villarreal

Lead Faculty Advisor: Alfred Alaniz / 210-486-0060 / aalaniz@alamo.edu 

Faculty Advisor: Analisa Garza/ 210-486-1825 / agarza872@alamo.edu
 


 

Society of Professional Journalists  

Committed to enhancing journalism education, improving the profession, exposing members to the highest principles of journalism, networking with professional journalists and educating the public about the role journalists play in preserving a free society 

 Email: sac.spj@gmail.com

Advisor: Marianne Odom

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
 

 This group is open to both men and women.  It is an affiliated group of the Society of Women Engineers.  The Society of Women Engineers, founded in 1950, is a not-for-profit educational and service organization.  SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as highly desirable career aspirations for women.  SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders.

 President Elect: Katherine Bentley / SWEatSAC@gmail.com
Lead Faculty Advisor: Rosa Maria Gonzalez / 210-486-0342 / rgonzalez1@alamo.edu 
Faculty Advisor: Analisa Garza / 210-486-1825 / agarza872@alamo.edu
 

  Student Government Association 

  We are the voice of the students.  We work to bridge the gap between the student, the faculty, staff, and the administrations.  We represent students in various ways: serving on campus wide committees, sponsoring events that allow students to know what administration offices to, speaking at the Board of Trustees meetings on behalf of the students. The SGA meets the first and third Monday of each month at noon in the LSC Craft Room.

Email: sac-stulife@alamo.edu

Advisors: Tiffany Cox, Maria Galaviz, Sharon Argo, Mark Bigelow 

Students United for the Dream Act (SUDA) 

Students United for the Dream Act is an official organization at San Antonio College dedicated to promoting and advocating the passage of the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act (The Dream Act)

Advisor: Mariano Aguilar

Teaching Academy Program Peers (TAPP) 

Student club for Education Majors and future teachers.  Awards semi-annual scholarships, interacts with Education Professionals, mentors students, informs student transfers to upper-level institutions, attend professional conferences, sponsor a speaker series on campus, and performs service projects since 1999

Email: tappatsac@gmail.com

Advisor: Norma Cruz-Gonzales

The SAC Connection Club 

The purpose of the Connection Club is to strengthen the continuing bond between the students and the Deaf community.  Each semester, the Connection Club comprised of students enrolled in the Interpreter Training Program and sponsors, support a series of events related to the Deaf community issues.  These activities provide students opportunities to develop their language skills as well as enhance their understanding of Deaf Culture.

Email: jcage2@alamo.edu

Advisor: John Cage

 

 The Society of Physics Students  

 

The Society of Physics Students is a local chapter of the American Physical Society.

President Elect: Nicholas Herrera
Faculty Advisor: Alfred Alaniz / 210-486-0060 / aalaniz@alamo.edu 

 
 

For an always up-to-date list of clubs and organizations please visit www.orgsync.com  All forms for building use, and on/off campus activity forms can be found there as well. For additional information about orgsync we have created a few training videos for you to use on YouTube.  Click Here to see the videos.  As always the Office of Student Life is happy to help you out if you need further assistance.