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Questions? Email Chelsea at cellerts@pcc.edu

Campus Clubs & Organizations

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 over thirty clubs at Cascade to choose from whose interests and focus are as varied and diverse as our student population. 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.  Start or join a club today.

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Stay connected through OrgSync.  OrgSync houses an online community for PCC that helps departments, programs, and all student clubs and organizations streamline processes and drive student engagement. Search for and join current student organizations at the campuses you attend. Start your own club or organization.  Be in the know about and RSVP for campus events and activities.

Start by creating you “Custom User Profile” today by going online to the link below:

orgsync.com/login/portland-community-college

  • Click on the “Sign In/Sign Up” button on the top right corner of the page. 
  • Locate our campus community “Portland Community College”  
  • Select "Sign in With My Campus ID" and use your MY.PCC.EDU user name and passwordto create your profile.
The Associated Students of Portland Community College (ASPCC) encourages PCC students to organize clubs based on common interests. There are many benefits to starting/joining student organizations while in school:
  • Get connected with students, staff and faculty who share your interests.
  • Gain leadership experience and boost your resume by serving as a club officer.
  • Participation in extracurricular activities is positively related to consistent attendance, academic achievement and aspirations for continuing education.
  • Get more involved with your campus and community.
  • Learn more about topics and participate in events that are of interest to you.
To be officially recognized as a Campus Club, you must register a new student organization using OrgSync. Before you can register a new student organization using the online registration form, you will need to do the following. 
  • Create your OrgSync user profile by going to www.orgsync.com
  • You will be directed to the OrgSync login page. First, click on the “Sign In/Sign Up”  button on the top right corner of the page. 
  • Then, you will locate your campus community, which in this case is Portland Community college.
  • Select "Sign in With My Campus ID" and use your MY.PCC.EDU user name and passwordto create your profile
  • Identify TWO students to serve as the Student Club Coordinators.  You will need their name, phone number, and email address.  A club coordinator agreement form will be sent to your advisor electronically. 
  • Sign up at least 8 students who are interested in participating in the club.  You will need their name and email address.  We suggest you have their names in a word document so you can copy and paste their information into the form when you are prompted for it. 
  • Find a Faculty/Staff Advisor to serve as your club’s mentor and campus resource.  You will need their name and email address.  An advisor agreement form will be sent to your advisor electronically.
  • If you have a club constitution, you can upload it during the registration process.  If you do not have a club constitution, enter your email and you will be sent a form to help you create one for your organization.  

Once you have completed your organization registration form on ORGSYNC you must schedule an appointment with the Assistant Student Leadership Coordinator on your campus.  Contact information is listed below.   Student Clubs & Organizations registrations are presented and approved at the ASPCC General Council Meetings, Mondays 3–4PM in the Student Union Building Room 204.  Students who have created an organization registration and have met with the Assistant Coordinator for Student Leadership by 4PM on Thursdays will be added to the ASPCC General Council Meeting agenda for the following Monday for recognition. 

Questions and for more Information
Contact: Chelsea Kimmett, email:
cellerts@pcc.edu, 971.722.5379

www.pcc.edu/resources/aspcc/cascade/clubs.html

 

CAP – The Club Advancement Program

Whether you’re a member of a newly chartered club or one that has been part of PCC for years, ASPCC’s new CAP program can enhance the resources your club has.

With CAP, you can build your club into a permanent institution, serving current and future PCC students while building your resume!