All Clubs

Get involved by joining a student club or Diversity Student Organization, becoming an active member, or leading a new club TODAY!!! 

This page was last updated on 2/23/2024! More clubs pop-up throughout the year, so keep checking in on this page. Clubs are still scheduling their Winter Quarter Meetings, but they will be updated

Basketball club provides opportunities to interact with other students regardless of their backgrounds. We welcome all the students whether they have played before or for the first time playing basketball. Our aim is to promote a environment where everyone can enjoy basketball and build a long-lasting friendship through sports. Basketball club provides opportunities to interact with other students regardless of their backgrounds. We welcome all the students whether they have played before or for the first time playing basketball. Our aim is to promote a environment where everyone can enjoy basketball and build a long-lasting friendship through sports. 

(Winter Quarter) We meet Thursdays at 3:30pm at the MAC

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Joe Tai | Club President 

Daichi Yasui | Vice President 

Our purpose is to foster a welcoming community for those who enjoy climbing to meet other climbers, and better their skills.
We also aim to create accessible opportunities for those interested in climbing.

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Jason Taylor | President 

Garrett McCarthy | Vice-President 

The College Should Be Free Club is a student-driven, community inclusive organization dedicated to working towards the future where college is accessible to all. We are committed to creating a space where all individuals and groups can come together to discuss this issue, and to create an agenda that is for and by the students/community to improve our school way of life. We believe advocacy can never accomplishes what mobilizing and organizing does.
Our club is founded on a deep love and appreciation for our school. We value our teachers, administrators, staff, and community.

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Brett Palso | President

Madeleine Gamache | Vice-President

The Competitive Programming Club aims to foster a dynamic learning environment where passionate programmers can come together to enhance their problem-solving skills, algorithmic thinking, and coding proficiency. Through collaborative coding sessions, practice contests, and knowledge sharing, we strive to empower our members to excel in coding competitions, enhance their career prospects, and develop a strong sense of camaraderie within the programming community.

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Orchlon Chinbat | Club President 

Erdenetuya Batgerel | Vice President 

The dance club is open to anyone who wants to learn dancing and also to advanced dancers.

(Winter Quarter) Our club meets every Tuesday from 1:30pm to 2:30pm and every Thursday from 3pm to 4pm at the MAC Dance Room. 

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Bo-Han Huang | President

Madelleise Ouk | Vice-President


Our purpose is to provide education, awareness and service to future clinicians and the SCCC Community.

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Class of 2024
Taylor Kesler | President

Hazel Krueger | Vice-President

Class of 2025
Madison Combs | President

Tierra Ratliff | Vice-President

The Drawing Club is absolutely for everyone:  
- people who are interested in trying their hand at drawing.  
- people who already have skills and want to sharpen them.  
- people who just use drawing as a way to relax and reduce stress and anxiety.  
Entry-level - beginner, no skill required

(Winter Quarter) Our club meets every Thursday from 2pm to 4pm at the Club Room (Student Leadership Building). 

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Luis Martinez | President

Alina Shukala | Vice-President



"Eat and Chill College Club: Where Good Food and Great Company Come Together to Create Unforgettable Memories!"

At the "Eat and Chill" Club, our mission is to foster a welcoming and vibrant community where students can come together to enjoy delicious food and build lasting connections. We believe that college life should not only be about academics but also about savoring the joys of good food and unwinding in the company of friends.

Our club aims to create a relaxed and inclusive environment where students from all walks of life can bond over shared culinary experiences. Whether you're a foodie, a home chef, or simply someone who appreciates a good meal, "Eat and Chill" is the place for you.

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Vikas Yadav | Club President  

Nhan Thien Nguyen | Vice President  

We would like to create delicious fermented food and beverages, destigmatize the art of fermentation, and explore different cultural fermentation practices. 

We require all club members to get a Food Handler's permit within the first 2 weeks of joining. If you would like us to cover the cost for the Food Handler's permit, please email

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Tristan Yerkes | President

Ralph Capili | Vice-President


We play video games and bring gamers on campus together as a whole to do some tournaments or be creative on a Minecraft server.

Join our Discord Community

(Fall Quarter 2023) We meet every Friday from 12pm to 2pm in the Club Room (Student Leadership)

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Dakota Bell-Towne | President

Jaiden Ougland | Vice-President

A home space for anyone who need a listener, maybe advices or need others perspective in any aspect. Spread out information about renting, cheap groceries for survival. Exchanging clothings or products. Come to us if you needed help, we will do our best to assist. Don’t worry, we got your back!

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Linh Ho | Club President

Dariya Kravchinskaya | Vice President

Pre-Health offers invaluable opportunities for networking and building a supportive community of like-minded individuals who share your passion .Participation in the club can enhance your Graduate school application by showcasing your dedication and involvement in pursuing a career for your specialized field.

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Sahlan Khalif | Club President 

Mardiya Osman | Vice President 

The Programming Club is a space for students to share and learn about computer programming. By working on weekly coding challenges and tasks they choose to be assigned from projects, they develop their programming skills at their own pace and with help of other students and mentorship.

(Winter Quarter) We meet every Wednesday from 3pm to 4:30pm at the Student Leadership Club Room.

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Contact Programming club by emailing

Francisco Fonseca | President 

Allie Goodman-Callender | Vice President 



Respiratory Care Club promotes awareness and progress of respiratory care. We plan to have respiratory care tabling and respiratory tutoring sessions. We plan to collaborate with other clubs in order to create smoking cessation activities and medical seminar series.

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Michelle Nguyen | President


We are a group of students who enjoy playing football. Everyone is welcome to join, regardless if you're a pro or just a beginner.

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Juan Pablo Cuevad | Club President 

Abaad Zaheer | Vice President 

The Cinema Collective brings together students who are interested in viewing, critiquing, and producing films. This student organization will create a supportive place for students to engage and practice their passion for cinema.  

(Winter Quarter) We meet every Monday from 1:30pm to 3pm

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Ethan Murray | Club President 

Harper Ellison-Berg | Vice President  

Pay homage to the game of bowling through application and research.

(Fall Sessions) We meet Fridays from 12:30pm to 3pm at the UW Hub (4001 E  Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA 98195)

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Oliver Warlick | Club President 

Phuc Nguyen | Vice President 

The Seattle Central College Chapter of the Student Nursing Association, which is dedicated to fostering the professional development of nursing students

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Jillian Fennessy | President

For students to study together with fellow schoolmates accompany, We will have a quiet space without closing hours like library.

(Fall Quarter) Meets every Wednesday from 2pm to 7pm in BE3168

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Chi-ling Lai | Club President

Sophie Bruscato | Vice President

“We encourage and inspire everyone to strengthen their body, socialize, and have fun all together.”

Our club evolves around this mission statement. We provide the members with the best environment to meet people with similar hobbies and host various events related to physical activities/weightlifting to fulfill the goal and improve ourselves.

To get more updates about our club meetings and events, follow our Instagram @scc_wlc and fill in our entry form.

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Seojun Kim | President 

Franklin Wetzel | Vice-President 

We would like to facilitate a space to create a student-run newsletter for Wood Technology Center.

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Katharine Smith | Club President

Charlie Burch | Vice President

Diversity Student Organizations

Amigos Latinos is more than just a club; it's a vibrant community that celebrates the rich tapestry of Latin cultures. Our purpose is clear: to provide a welcoming space for students of Latin origin to connect, engage in meaningful conversations, share delicious food, and foster a supportive environment that transcends cultural boundaries.

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Max Avalos | Club President  

Alejandro Rodriguez | Vice President  

Black Student Union (BSU) aims to create an alliance between Black Students, Africans, and Allies. BSU exists to elevate cultural and constitutional education, express views of social power, and support our students and our community alike. 

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BSU is currently looking for new Club Officers! If you would like to help lead the club, please email Kwamae ( or Nina (

We would like to foster a dynamic community that celebrates diversity and embraces inclusivity.  We welcome students of all backgrounds and nationalities (international and domestic) to our space for connection and exposure to global cultures.  Our unwavering commitment is to ensure every member feels represented and celebrated in our club, nurturing a secure haven for unity and profound cultural enrichment.

(Winter Quarter) Starting on 1/10, meets every other Wednesday from 2pm to 3pm in the Student Leadership Club Room.

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Danika Amandari | Club President

Centaine Howngan | Vice President

Japanese Learning club is designed for students who wants to learn Japanese, especially academic field such as learning Hiragana and practical phrases you can use in Japan for fun. Not only do we focus on learning Japanese, but also Japan‘s cultural aspects. Any levels are welcomed from the beginner that wants to enjoy learning Japanese to the fluent that wants to communicate and interact with Japanese learners!!  

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Rio Takahashi | President 

Daichi Tasui | Vice-President 


We, the members of the Mandarin Study Club, are united by a shared passion for learning and appreciating the Chinese language and culture. Our purpose is to provide a supportive and engaging environment for individuals of all proficiency levels to come together and enhance their Mandarin language skills.

(Winter Quarter) We meet every Tuesday from 1pm to 2pm in the Student Leadership Activities Room. 

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Zonghan Lin | Club President 

The purpose of the Muslim Student Association (MSA) is to provide a platform and support network for Muslim students at Seattle Central College. The specific goals and purposes are Religious and spiritual support, charitable events and promoting a positive understanding of Islam.

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Mardiya Osman | President 

Sahlan Khalif | Vice-President 

We would like to create a space for Muslim Women to connect and thrive.

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Hidaya Abdinur | President

Fardosa Mohamed | Vice-President 

Our purpose is to create a place for everyone  interested in Japanese food, culture, anime, etc.

Follow our Instagram for the latest updates! 

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Noa Shiga | President

Shradha Rao (Waffles) | Vice President


Central’s PSU will provide a safe space for students to stand in solidarity and enact positive change within and outside our communities, specifically working against gentrification, imperialism, and intolerance against all oppressed peoples.

(Winter Quarter) We meet Mondays from 2:30pm to 5pm at BE4144 and Wednesdays from 2:30pm to 5pm at BE4136.

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Elle Vonada | President  

Marly Koala | Vice-President 

Queer/Trans Cooperative is a student club focused on building a safe and accepting community for Seattle Central's sexual and gender minority students and allies. Uniting the spectrum of unique identities and philosophies found within the LGBTQ+ community, our mission is to develop a culture of empowerment around a core of education and activism. We will hold bi-weekly meetings to discuss and explore our understanding of LGBTQ+ issues and organize community events.

(Winter 2023 Quarter) Meets at 1pm–2pm every Monday. Sign up for Queer/Trans Cooperative and join our Discord Community

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Jared Rogers | Co-Lead

The purpose of this club is to spread the culture of Russian speaking countries through the language aspect. Sharing language can facilitate a cultural diversity at Seattle central college, and provide an opportunity for students to interact each other.

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Regina Kozlova | Club President 

Nuraiym Otogonova | Vice President 

Learn and spend quality time while learning Spanish.

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Khadijah Sidibe | Club President 

Bocar Ba | Vice President 

As the United Arab Emirates Club, we would like to:

  • Support and Help Each Other: Our club's main goal is to be there for Emirati students, especially those who are new in Seattle and adjusting to English institutions. We want to provide them with the support, guidance, and information they need to feel comfortable and confident in their new academic settings.
  • Celebrate UAE's Culture: We're all about promoting and embracing the amazing culture of the United Arab Emirates! We want to share the fascinating history of the UAE and how it came together as the United Arab Emirates. We also aim to showcase the values that make the Emirates so special. Through fun events and activities, we'll make sure everyone gets a taste of the UAE's rich heritage.
  • Connect Globally, Share Cultures: We strongly believe in the power of connections and learning from one another. 

Our club is excited to collaborate and team up with student clubs from different countries. By sharing knowledge, experiences, and traditions, we can broaden our horizons, break down barriers, and create a global community that celebrates diversity. 

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Mansour Al Ahbabi | Club President 

Shehab Almemari | Vice President

We would like to unit the Vietnamese community at Seattle Central College by carrying out bi weekly meetings. Open to people who may or may not identify as Vietnamese to serve as a safe space to help them explore and learn about the Vietnamese culture. It’s also a great opportunity to meet new people, make friends, and to have fun!

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Amy Dao | President

Jennifer Dang | Vice-President


Open to all women who are interested in studying science and engineering

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Debora Kahssay | Club President

Julie Phan | Vice President

The purpose in this club is to make everyone in the culinary industry and us young chefs feel more inspired and welcomed into such a male dominated world of cooking. This club is not only for people who identify as women, it is for everyone who is marginalized in our culinary world. We also love the company of supporting men in our group. 

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Kaylee Bannister | Club President 

Greyson Hinds | Vice President 

Past Clubs 

Want to create a club? Start here.

If you need ideas, here are some past clubs that we've had at Seattle Central:

  • Business Student Association
  • K-Club
  • Dungeon & Dragons Club
  • French Club
  • ...and 50+ more! 

From Fall 2022 to Spring 2023, we had over 30 Student Organizations!

Full List of 2022-23 Student Organizations & Clubs.