Student Organization Resource Council (SORC)

Be Engaged On Campus 

Student Organizations Resource Council (SORC) supports club life at Seattle Central. We help clubs access information, resources, and trainings available and review club funding requests. SORC works with Club Commissions to promote collaboration among clubs with related interests and across fields. In short, “We love our clubs” means: service, support, encouragement, guidance and the offering of resources.

SORC Office Hours
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Current Clubs

Each year, we have around 30 active clubs on a huge variety of topics that range from social & cultural communities to academic program support. Any student can join any club. You can see a list of our currently active clubs by clicking the link).

Create a Club

If you can't find a club related to the topic of your choice, it's easy to start a club. All it takes is five (5) current students, a faculty/staff member willing to serve as your advisor, and filling out the application. Learn more about the process for starting a club by clicking the link.

Event Planning

Student clubs create he majority of events on campus during the school year. This takes a lot of work and skill to make sure they are successful. SORC is here to help and guide student clubs through the event planning process by clicking the link.

Club Funding

SORC has a limited budget to fund student club expenses that support a vibrant campus community at Seattle Central College. They are allocated equitably amongst the clubs as requested throughout the school year. You can find more about club funding by clicking the link


There are a lot of different resources available to student organizations on campus.  SORC is here to help student clubs access theses resources and meet their needs. Some of the resources available include: equipment, event supplies, copying/printing, club lockers, an so much more. 

SORC Office

The Student Organizations Resource Center, also known as the SORC Office is available for your organization to hold meetings, plan events, store supplies, archive information, or simply hang out with other club members. SORC members are available to help you conduct your organization’s business.