Cascade - Club Information
Cascade SC 03 | Chelsea Ellertson, Clubs and Programs Specialist, 971-722-5371
Clubs at Cascade
Why should you consider joining or starting a club?
Clubs and organizations offer opportunities for you to meet new people, develop leadership skills, integrate course work with practical experiences and gain a well-rounded education.
There are thirty clubs at Cascade to choose from whose interests and focus are as varied and diverse as our student population here. Whether you are involved in political activism, enjoy dancing, passionate about animal rights or crazy about outdoor sports, there is something for everybody to enrich campus life here at PCC!
What are the benefits of chartering a club?
- Free access to campus facilities and audio visual equipments for meetings and club events
- Funding for club activities
- Free web page, graphic designing and web designing assistance
- Free advertising space for posting and marketing materials
- Free vending space for fundraising
- Unlimited assistance from the Club and Programs Specialist
- And much, much more!
The Club Advancement Program
For more information, consult your Club Handbook and Guide or contact ASPCC’s Clubs office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (971) 722-5371.
|Anime Club||To promote cross-cultural awareness and appreciation of Japanese and East Asian visual arts, such as anime, manga and film.|
|Asian Games||To promote cross-cultural awareness and appreciation of Asian strategy games such as Go (Igo-Baduk-Wequi), various forms of chess, and Hanafuda (Koi-Koi, Go-Stop).|
|Asian Pacific Islanders Club||To create an open space for Asian/Pacific Islander students and students at large to promote cultural awareness by hosting events, social activities and community services.|
|Billiards Club||Entertainment and education. Fundraisers to help cover costs of replacement and repair of student lounge pool equipment.|
|Black Student Union||To create cultural competency, by increasing awareness on campus and in our community. Help increase college retention and college success through, networking, scholarship assistance, and mentorships.|
|Cascade Campus Cycling Club||This club exist for the purpose of supporting cycling culture at Cascade Campus of PCC. To accomplish this, the club has three main areas of interest: Bicycle Commuting, Cycling for Fitness, and Competitive Cycling.|
|Chinese Club||To further our learning of the Chinese language by bringing students together that we may learn together.|
|College Success Club||To meet up with new GED students and help show how to use the resources to help improve study and wellbeing.|
|Cosmos Club||To explore the interconnectedness of different scientific disciplines and to connect with other students with similar interests.|
|Emergency Management Association||To provide outside the class room experiences for those intending to enter the EMPS world while providing community service and job networking in the greater Portland area.|
|Garden Club||The garden club will promote civic and environmental responsibility by cultivating neglected and barren space to something beautiful and flavorful.|
|International Student Association||To provide a space where International and American students can build social connections and where members of the International Student Population can find support and advocacy regarding issues they might face as PCC students.|
|MEChA||MEChA is an acronym for Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan - a national student organization that promotes higher education, cultural events, community service and political awareness.|
|Math Club||To allow students to explore mathematical topics that they are interested in (but maybe didn’t get to see enough in class). We’ll explore the connections between different topics such as physics, what it’s like to be a math major, math history, origami, geometry, Greek philosophers etc.|
|Native Nations||To provide support for Native American students attending college and native students wanting to come to college. To become more involved with other Native American programs and activities, and be of support in the community and Native Americans in the community and each other.|
|Outdoor Activity Club||To meet others interested in hiking, kayaking, biking, snow shoeing, skiing and other outdoor activities.|
|Paralegal Club||To promote continuing educational and networking opportunities for paralegal students and support the Paralegal Program at PCC.|
|Pre-Nursing Club||To support and provide pre-nursing students with information on applying to the nursing programs.|
|Queer Club||To provide a safe place and create awareness and activism for LGBTQ related issues on campus.|
|Student Firefighters Association (SFFA)||Community and service.|
|Student Veterans Association||First, to connect Veterans with PCCʼs resources as well as community resources, in order to provide the best experience possible for Veterans. Second, to increase awareness of veteran specific issues on the college campus; including but not limited to: advocacy for veteran needs and outreach to veterans going to college. Third, to create a safe, relaxing, and non-judgmental environment for veterans to socialize, speak freely, and connect with other veterans, advocates, family, and friends.||
|Web Development and Design Club||To support student veterans. Members will be active and inactive military members from all branches of U.S. Military Service. Our club will engage in three main types of activities: Social, advocacy, and info-dissemination.||