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List of Clubs
- A Blue Campaign (ABC)
- Active MInds at AHC
- Alpha Gamma Sigma (AGS) Aquarius Chapter
- American Institute of Architect Students (AIAS)
- American Sign Language Club
- Anime and Manga Club
- Asian Pacific Education Xenomania (A.P.E.X.)
- Astra Club
- Car Club
- Beyond Incarceration Greater Education (B.I.G.E.)
- Black Student Union
- The Book Club
- Bulldog Rec-ing Club
- Chess Club
- Circle K International
- Computer Science Club
- Cru at Hancock
- Drama Club
- Dream Club
- Euphorix Dance Club
- Family Advisory Committee Club
- Fashion and Design Club
- Future Teachers Club
- Games Club
- Heavenly Gourmet Club
- The Hemp and Cannabis Club (THC)
- Hiking Club
- K-pop Club
- Latter-Day Saints Student Association (LDSSA)
- Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN) Club
- Marvel Madness Club
- Media Arts Club
- Mercy College Movement
- MIddle Eastern North Africa (M.E.N.A.) Club
- Music Club
- Nutrition and Wellness Club
- The Poetry and Prose Club
- Pride Alliance Club
- Psychology and Neuroscience Club
- Registered Nursing Club
- Robotics Club
- Rodeo Team
- Science and Engineering Club
- Studio Arts Club
- Victory Club
- Viticulture and Enology Club
- Women in Engineering & AC
- Young Farmers and Ranchers Club
A Blue Campaign (ABC): is a dedicated and compassionate organization focused on combating human trafficking and offering vital support to its victims. With a deep commitment to raiisng awareness about this global issue, ABC engages in various educational and outreach activities to inform the public about thr realities and dangers of human trafficking. Beyond awareness, the club serves as a sanctuary for survivors, providing them with a safe haven where they can receive care, support, and resources to rebuild their lives. ABC's mission is to create a world where freedom and safety are broken through collective action, compassion, and empowerment.
Active Minds at Allan Hancock College: is an official student-led chapter of Actve Minds. Our goal is to lead conversation, cultural change, and advocacy to serve the needs of our communities, and create a campus culture supportive of mental health through policy change, promotion of services, awareness and community building events. We are proud to be part of a network of over 500+ campus chapters nationwide.
Alpha Gamma Sigma (A.G.S.) Aquarius Chapter: is an honorary statewide community college organization whose goal is to foster, maintain, promote, and recognize scholastic achievement and service by students at the local college level. Membership is available for those who qualify scholastically by application. This club is affiliated with the state-wide Alpha Gamma Sigma, Incorporated. Apply online. Email us at email@example.com or visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/agsaquarius
American Institute of Architect Students (AIAS): to promote excellence in architectural education, training, and practice by fostering
an appreciation of architecture and related disciplines to enrich communities in spirit
of collaboration and to organize students and combine efforts to advance the art and
science of architecture. This club is affliated with the American Institute of Architect
Students National Organization. ;
American Sign Language Club: to provide a means for students to connect through the medium of American Sign Language. To help those with a passion to learn it and to raise awareness in the Allan Hancock College Community of the the language ASL, deaf etiquette, and the needs of the deaf community.
Anime and Manga Club: to promote the knowledge and appreciation of Japanese animation (anime) and of Japanese cartoon publication Manga) through discussion of anime and Manga related topics. The club meets Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Mechanics Bank Student Center in room G-106 A.
Asian Pacific Education Xenomania (A.P.E.X.): to learn more about a variety of Asian cultures, traditions, and different cuisines. We are hoping to expand out knowledge and understanding of all Asians's and Pacific Islander's past, present, futures as well as a create a deeper atmosphere for the Asian community.
Astra Club: to make a positive difference in the world by providing leadership for the care and enrichment of those in need by participating in and organizing various service projects for a better community.. This club is affiliated with Altrusa International.
The Book Club: to bring together people who enjoy reading to discuss and connect by reading a book a chosen book and then meeting talk about what they read, The club will meet monthly for the discussion and to choose the next book to read.
Advisor: Chuck Provencio - firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: DomInic Dal Bello - email@example.com
Co-Advisor: Bryce Miyahara - firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Advisor: Jeffrey Velasquez - email@example.com
President: Dylan Martin - firstname.lastname@example.org
Circle K International: to develop college students into responsible citizens and leaders with a lifelong commitment to service, provide opportunities for fellowship, personal growth, professional development, and leadership skills. This club is affliated with Kiwanis International. The club meets every Mondays in Mechanics Bank Student Center in room G-103 from 12;20 to 12:50 p.m. Everyone is welcome. No requirements to join.
Cru at Hancock: to give an opportunity for everyone to know the person Jesus Christ. Seeking to be a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ by offering spiritual discussions, uplifting social gatherings, and personal development opportunities.
Family Advisory Committee Club - is a group of student parents/guardians who strive to leave a meaningful impression at thOrfaleaea Children's Center at Allan Hancock College. The mission is to build community and parent involvement through communication, information, advertisement, and fundraising.
Future Teachers Club: to promote interest in and knowledge about the teaching professions by providing opportunities for future educators to develop professional skills through experiential learning and fellowship among students, faculty, community.
The Hemp and Cannabis Club (THC): to provide an organization for students interested in the hemp and cannabis industry for research and development of herbal medicine. The main goals of the club are to bring awareness of the fast growing hemp and cannabis industry to Hancock, throughout the central coast and abroad. To prepare students for industry positions by giving them an opportunity to take part in in-field training and hands on work with local community partners for the promotion of the Hancock Hemp and Cannabis Program. And to provide a friendly and welcomed environment with networking and advocacy for hemp and cannabis education.
Advisor: Melanie Guido Brunet - email@example.com
Co-Advisor: Suzanne King - firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Francisca Morales - email@example.com
Latter-Day Saints Student Association (LDSSA) - to help students succeed in their studies and achieve a balanceeducationsalal-social life on campus while living the gospel of Jesus Christ by being a powerful influence for good on campus through providing meaningful activities and gospel study programs.
Marvel Madness Club - to create a following and fan base at AHC for those who have shared love of super
heroes ancomicbookok stories, movies, ancosplayay through discussing latest comic
happenings, trading comics, watching super hero movies, creating super-suits, and
Advisor: Sian Geraghty - firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Fernando Gallardo - email@example.com
Media Arts Club: For any student who wants to express themselves through creative technology. This club is dedicated to providing opportunities with the realm of media arts: Learning, resources, and inspiration to make art that uses innovative technology. Collaborative experiences that drives it members to create with digital tools. Fun social activities to provide it's members with a sense of community.
Mercy College Movement: to serve the students of Allan Hancock College by offering a community of support and friendship, to add value to every student, and help every student identify and pursue their God-given purpose in life.
President - Omar Amer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Christine Bisson - email@example.com
Co-Advisor: Ron Lovell - firstname.lastname@example.org
Co President - Kristy Soriano - email@example.com
Co- President - Bridget Adams - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Poetry and Prose Club: is a place for anyone to gather and share their work whether you are new or experienced or you simply like the sound of poetry being read. It is a safe and inclusive place for like minded students to grow, explore, and share their creativity and receive feedback from fellow peers as well as guest faculty,
Pride Alliance Club: will serve as an open forum for students of all sexual orientations to meet and discuss issues related to sexual orientation and gender identities. Pride Alliance will also function as a support group for those students who identify as, are questioning, or are struggling with their identity as a member of the LGBTQIA2S+ community. Pride alliance will work to end homophobia and transphobiaia as well as contribute to building a sense of community on campus and lessen the isolation that LGBTQIA2S+ students might otherwise experience.
Advisor: LeeAnne McNulty - email@example.com
Co-Advisor: Maggie Moreton - firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Advisor: Henry Schroff - email@example.com
Co-Advisor: Frankie Maldonado - firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Matthew Denison - email@example.com
Registered Nursing Club (RN Club) : is established to promote and support students pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Nursing through the RN program, and provide positive reinforcement among their peers and students while being an advocate for nursing education..
Robotics Club: to give studentopportunitiyiy tpaticipatete in a hands-on STEM program by building, perfecting, and competing with robots. This club participates in the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center's Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Competitions.
Rodeo Team: to attract, guide, and support collegiate rodeo tam contestants through coaching instruction and student collaboration. Additionally the club is to increase interest in and awareness of college rodeo opportunities.
Science and Engineering Club: to connect with industry professionals to expand student education and promote camaraderie and communication within the Science and Engineering departments by organizing lectures, peer advising, fundraisers, ASBG event participation, and field trips.
The Studio Arts Club - is here to nurture students who share a love of and interest in the studio arts -drawing, painting, sculpture, installation and mixed media. We aim to support students with these interests by: 1. providing a SAFE and welcoming space for EVERYONE to express themselves, 2. increasing exposure for student artists on campus, and 3. nurturing connections and collaboration among students, as well as between students and alumni in the studio arts fields.
Young Farmers and Ranchers Club: to attract, support, and empower future Farm Bureau leaders through industry collaborations and to increase increase interest in and awareness of agricultural opportunities and to support and promote the Allan Hancock College agriculture program along with its student garden and fruit orchard. This club is associated with the Santa Barbara County Farm Bureau.