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At San Antonio College, we offer students many opportunities to get involved in various Registered Student Organizations (RSOs).  Below is a list of our current active organizations on campus.  RSOs are typically cultural, professional, political, religious, or interest-based.  Getting involved with a student-led organization is a great way to build leadership skills and get connected to our vibrant campus community.  RSOs typically hold regular meetings, do fun activities, raise fund, and occasionally take trips to learn more about their interest.


If you do not see a club that matches your interests, you can always contact the Office of Student Life in the Loftin Student Center, Room 260A, for information on how to start a new RSO. Please note that to start a new RSO, you need at least five interested students and a full-time faculty or staff member willing to serve as club advisor.



Student Government Association

Purpose: We are the voice of the San Antonio College students!

What we do: If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact us or come join us at our meetings held the 1st and 3rd Monday each month in the Craft Room of the Loftin Student Center from 12pm to 1pm.


Advisor:          Chaye Pena, 210-486-1209,

                          Mark Bigelow, 210-486-0125,

Meeting Information:

            Date:   First 3 Mondays of each month

            Time: 12:00 pm -1:00 pm (open to all students)

            Location:        Loftin Student Center- Craft Room

Student contact email:                    President; Harley Williams,


Alamo Community Colleges Lacrosse League

Purpose: To test your team skills and personal skills by going against each college during the season.

What we do: The Alamo Community Colleges Lacrosse League (ACCLL) is the first ever lacrosse opportunity for Alamo colleges this year.  Come play for the San Antonio College Team. Be part of our wild, crazy, addicting organization and play for San Antonio, St. Phillips, Northwest Vista, Palo Alto, or Northeast Lakeview College. At the end, test your team skills and personal skills by going against each college during the spring season.


Advisor: Andrea G. Breaux, 210-486-1012, 

               Mariano Aguilar, 210-486-0651,                                         

Meeting information:

             Date:  Friday & Saturday   

             Time: 10:00 am

             Location:       San Pedro Park


Student email contact:    Joshua Wells, 210-867-1079


American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) 

Purpose: 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.

What We Do: Community Outreach as well as we do many different events and lectures in support of the architecture education program. One other thing we do is community building within the SAC AIAS program.

Advisor: Alex Gonzalez, (210)416-9325, 
Meeting Info: Each meeting is about what events are coming up that month.           

            Date: Every 1st Wednesday of the every month

                        Time: 12:15 pm

                        Location: CAC building (Chance Academic Center), room # 253

Student contact email:


Asian Pop Society (A-POP)

Purpose: We are a dance group that does Asian dances of the pop variety. There is no experience needed to join. Not everybody who joins has to perform. There is no judgment here.

What We Do: We have performances here at San Antonio College and at anime conventions here in San Antonio such as San Japan. 



Advisor: Yuko kawabe, 210-486-0976,

Meeting Information:

            Date: Fridays

            Time: 2pm – 5pm

            Location: Loftin Student Center 2nd Floor  Game Room

Student Contact Email:


Association of Information Technology Professional (AITP)

Purpose: 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.



Advisor: Dee Joseph, 210-486-1063,

Meeting Information:

            Date: Every Wednesday

            Time: 1230

            Location: Nail Technical Building (NTC), Room 204

 Student email contact:


Campus Activities Board

Purpose: 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.

What we do:  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 complement their academic careers. Through teamwork and ingenuity, we seek excellence in all endeavors. The College community is a culturally and socially diverse assemblage of individuals, groups, and organizations; therefore, CAB programming will strive to appropriately serve this community. Programming duties will be assigned to Student Directors and committees responsible for a specific programming area. CAB sponsored activities are unique in that students are programming for students.



Advisor: Carrie Hernandez, 210-486-0128,

Meeting Information:

            Date: Mondays

            Time: Noon

            Location: Loftin Student Center, Faculty and Staff Lounge, behind Starbucks in Cafeteria

Student Contact: 



Catholic Student Association


Purpose: To provide students at San Antonio College a place to congregate and share in the celebration of the Catholic faith.


Meeting Information:

            Date: Mondays

            Time: 12:15pm

            Location: Catholic Student Center, 312 W Courtland Pl, 210-736-3752

Student Contact: Crystal White, President, 210-878-8615



Cheshyre Cheese Club


Purpose: The purpose of this club is 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.


Advisor: Jane Focht-Hansen, 210-486-1436,


Meeting Information

            Date: Tuesdays

            Time: 1:30pm

Location: SAC Writing Center, Gonzales Hall Room 203


Student Contact: Tone Guerrero, President



Club Amar

Purpose: Club AMAR is committed to raising awareness of Autism and those within the Autism Spectrum at SAC.

What we do: Create and provide pamphlets, workshops, as well as encourage and provide opportunities for students diagnosed with Autism to participate in local events both on campus and in the community.

Advisor: Michelle Garza, 210-486-0697,

Meeting Information:

            Date: Fridays

            Time: 12-1 pm

            Location: Loftin Student Center, Craft Room

Student Contact Email:


Connection Club

Purpose: 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 Deaf Culture.

Advisor: Michelle Theiss, 210-486-1117,

Meeting Information: UPDATE NEEDED.


Early Children Studies Club (ABCD)

Purpose: To encourage and provide its members opportunities to enhance their professional knowledge and skills through educational programs, volunteer opportunities, and activities promoting the wellbeing of children and families in our community

What we do:

·         Participate as volunteers in local training conferences; San Antonio Association for the Education of Young Children, the Diversity Conference and VOICES for Children. 

·         Set up information for Child Abuse Prevent Month

·         Engage in two community service events with local nonprofit agency.  These agencies provide services to families and young children.


Advisor:          Ana De Hoyos-O’Connor, 210-486-0509,

Meeting Information:

            Date:               Spring 2015 Tue 6pm and every third Wednesday at noon

            Time:             will be posted on Club Board

            Location:        Early Childhood Studies Building

Student email contact:        President Elect for Spring 2015, Alejandra Sanchez,                                                                 

                                    Student Representative: Arely Gonzales and Ninotshcka Greenfield


Future Teacher’s Organization (FTO)

Purpose: The Future Teachers Organization of San Antonio College (formerly TAPP) provides education majors and other students, who may have an interest in the education and wellbeing of children, opportunities to participate in a variety of activities with the aim of giving students an understanding of the professional education career. 

What we do: Leadership Activities, community service, professional development, and fundraisers, and scholarship activities.


Phone: 210-486-0658

Advisor: Norma Cruz-Gonzales, 210-486-0665,; Mary Anne Bernal, 210-486-0658,

Meeting Information:

            Date:   Thursday

            Time:  1:45

            Location:        Gonzales Hall, room 103

Student contact email:           Jana Grace Tafoya,


Gay, Ally, and Lesbian Association (GALA)

Purpose: We are LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer) and Allies (Straight friends) student alliance of San Antonio College. Our mission is to Educate people about LGBTQ life, Advocate for LGBTQ rights, and Provide a Safe Place for students of SAC. GALA stands for Generosity, Academics, Leadership, and Activism.

What we do: A typical meeting will have social activities like ice breakers, team building activities, and topics of discussion. We also have educational meetings that will include guest speakers or member initiated


Advisor: Professor Terri Slonaker, 210-486-1333,  

Meeting information: 

            Date: Wednesdays

            Time: 3pm – 4pm

            Location: Loftin Student Center Cafeteria Faculty Lounge (behind Starbucks)


Phi Theta Kappa - Beta Nu Chapter

Purpose: 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 

What we do: Phi Theta Kappa is a recognized honors society located in community college campuses around the world.  Membership is from the college's chapter.  The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and award students by:

·         Providing millions of dollars in scholarship opportunities

·         Offering educational resources including letters of recommendation for prospective college admission and / or transfer support, as well as networking through alumni associations

·         Rewarding academic achievement with the Golden Key Membership Key, embossed Membership Certificate, and the ability to wear the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Regalia (contingent on college policy)

·         Allowing opportunities of personal development and career resources through Phi Theta Kappa's Five Star Competitive Edge - a professional plan to enhance leadership, communication, critical thinking, and team-building skills. This includes access to Phi Theta Kappa’s Career Resource Center, letters of recommendations sent to potential employers, and promotions for federal employee (upon completion of baccalaureate degree).

Welcome to Phi Theta Kappa - Beta Nu of San Antonio College!




Advisor: G. Roger Stanely, 210-486-0058,

Meeting Information:

            Day: Every other Monday throughout the semester

            Time: 3:00

            Location: Loftin Student Center (LSC) Craft Room, 2nd floor (cafeteria/bookstore                                                 building)

Student contact email: Samantha Davis,


                                                              Psychology Club

Purpose: We explore all things Psychology

What we do: 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.



Advisor: Dr. Robertson-Schule, 210-486-1268,; Dr. Sullivan,

Meeting Information:

            Date: Wednesday

            Time: 2:00 pm

            Location: MLC room# 654

Student Contact Email: President, Shannon Hladik,,


San Antonio College Boxing Club

Purpose: The purpose of the SAC Boxing Team is to promote the sport of Olympic-Style Boxing and to provide a venue for currently-enrolled SAC students that are interested in the sport. All members that compete on the team must be currently enrolled at SAC in at least 9 hours and in good academic standing. All members that compete on the team must also register with STABA. All members that compete on the team must turn in a copy of their birth certificate and 2 photo headshots that can be purchased at Walgreen's to be used to obtain a USA Boxing Passbook. Before competing in any of our SAC Olympic-style Boxing event, all members must train 30 days prior to the event with our USA Boxing Coach, Hector Ramos. All rules and regulations of USA Boxing and STABA will be complied with. For additional information, please contact Ms. Carrie J. Hernandez via e-mail: or call 486-0125.

What we do: The boxing team practices every day in the Craft Room in the Loftin Student Center from 4-6 pm

Advisor:          Carrie J. Hernandez, 210-486-0128,

Meeting Information:          

            Date:   Monday-Friday

            Time:  4-6 pmh

            Location:        Loftin Student Center, Craft Room

Coach:           Hector Ramos 210-748-9128


San Antonio College Dance Club

Purpose:  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 SACDC through volunteerism.


Advisor: George Ann Simpson, 210-486-1021,

Meeting Information:

            Date:   2nd Thursday of every month

            Time:  3:15

            Location:   Candler Physical Education Center

Student contact information: 


Students for Environmental Awareness (SEA)

Purpose: SEA is an activist organization that motivates and inspires individuals to help protect, conserve, and clean up the environment in a way that is enjoyable and fun for our members and the students we reach out to. By bringing people together who have a passion for helping the environment in our weekly meetings in addition to fun upcycling projects, fieldtrips, and productive activities students will learn and share information about the environmental challenges we face daily. Our biggest goal is to include more recycle bins on campus and have green events in order to promote students and faculty to a more sustainable lifestyle. We hope to improve the environmental situation by thinking globally, and acting locally. 

What we do:


Phone: 210-563-0447

Advisor:          Lawrence Irvin, 21-=486-0672,

Meeting information:

            Date:   Wednesdays

            Time:  1pm

            Location:        Eco-Centro

Student email contact:        President; Lisa Cervantes,


San Antonio College Gaming Society

Purpose: The San Antonio College Gaming Society aims to bring together gamers of all types, digital, card, board and outdoors together under one banner of friendly competition and companionship. The San Antonio College Gaming Society also strives to provide a judgment and harassment free sanctuary where any student may enjoy his or her games with fellow enthusiasts as well as broadening their knowledge and understanding of games that they may have never been otherwise introduced to.


Phone: 817-701-9977


Advisor: Dee Joseph, 210-486-1063.

Meeting Information:

            Date:   Thursday

            Time: 2:00-4:00pm

            Location:   Moody Learning Center, room 643

Student contact email:        Shawn Hill,


San Antonio College Republicans

Purpose: To bring young Americans into the Republican Party; to mold and train youth as well directed in accordance with the conservative ideals of the Republican Party

What we do: We work to promote the Republican Party on college campuses and the surrounding communities, campaign for Republican candidates at all levels of government, and develop leaders for future service.


Phone: 210-486-1280


Advisor: Ann Weesner, 210-486-1280,

Meeting Information:




Student Contact Email:


San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP)

Purpose: An organization who offers community hours for students to help our community. We also offer a scholarship for those who qualify.          

What we do:


Phone:           210-544-9818

Advisor:          Lisa Mernard, 210-486-0352,

Meeting Information:

            Date:   Wednesday

            Time:  1:30 pm

            Location:        Moody Learning Center, room 652

Student contact email: President, David Martinez,


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


Purpose:        SACNAS is a society of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of aspiring scientists - from college students to professionals - to attain advanced careers, and positions of leadership in science with the goal of increasing diversity in STEM fields.

What we do: 


Advisor:          Alfred Alaniz, 210-486-0060,

Meeting Information:          

            Date:   Tuesday

            Time: 4pm

            Location:        MESA Center (CAC), room 204

Student contact email:                   



Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Purpose: We are the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at SAC. We at SWE work to empower women S.T.E.M. majors. Any and all S.T.E.M. majors can join, men and women alike. Our goal is provide education and information about the challenges and opportunities for women engineers. We also want to empower young women in high schools and middle schools to take an interest in S.T.E.M. fields. One of our main goals is to become a national chapter of SWE, which we can only do with your help. We here at SAC adhere to the national SWE mission statement: Stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.


SAC SWE Interest Group- This group is open to both men and women. It is not an affiliated group of the Society of Women Engineers. The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), founded in 1950, is a not-for-profit educational and service organization. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration 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.

What we do:


Advisor:          Rosa Maria Gonzalez, 210-486-0342,

                        Analisa Sengele, 210-486-1825,

Meeting Information:

            Date:   Wednesday

            Time:  8:30 am

            Location:        Mesa Center (CAC), room 204

Student contact information: President:


Society of Physics Students (SPS)

Purpose:        The Society of Physics Students is a SAC chapter of the Society of Physics Students National. SPS National operates under the non-profit American Institute of Physics organization. 

What we do:



Advisor:          Alfred N. Alaniz, 210-486-0060,

Meeting Information:

Student email contact:        President; Robert Rodriguez,


United Methodist Student Movement

Purpose: To provide students at San Antonio College a place to congregate and share in the celebration of the Methodist faith.

Advisor: Rev. Johnny Silva, Assistant Director Brenda Meneses



Meeting Information:

            Date: Contact

            Time: Contact

            Location:102 Belknap Pl, 210-733-1441

Student Contact: Alex Ruiz, President