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Norco College students learn, practice leadership, and prepare for their careers in many ways, including involvement in student clubs and organdizations. Attend a club meeting and begin making a difference in yourself and others:
Active Minds – Mental Health Club is a mental health awareness and support club. The club is affiliated with the national Active Minds non-profit organization. To attend a meeting, contact Sheree Summers.
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To attend a meeting, contact Danya AlRubaye, Club President, or Monica Gutierrez.
Art Club is a community of students who host art sales, art appreciation events and discussions with artists, primarily in visual art. To attend a meeting, contact Megan Lindeman, Advisor
Express percussion music artistically in performances benefiting Norco College and the greater community at large, opportunities for leadership and musical growth through travel,
workshops, community service and master classes. Interested, contact the club advisor: contact Brady Kerr
The purpose(s) of this organization shall be to promote Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) culture to students in the Norco College Campus. It shall enable students to participate in activities and socialize through AAPI led experiences which enables cultural. Contact: Lisa Martin.
Christian Club is a collective of Christian individuals, seek to expand the gospel of Jesus Christ and seek peace with all. The pursuit of truth is held as our priority and the expansion of an ethical character is to be developed by all individuals involved in this organization. Our goal is to invigorate Christian truth, prayer, integrity, philosophy, and community at Norco College at which we do hereby establish this Constitution of the Christian Club of Norco College. To attend a meeting, contact Damon Nance.
Criminal Justice Student Association serves to connect students with interests in the criminal justice profession with professionals in various agencies. To attend a meeting, contact Sigrid Williams.
Dreamers and Leaders is a community interested in learning about the undocumented experience, transfer admission process, academic networking, and for voluntary service to local communities. To learn more, contact Christopher Castillo.
Game Development aims to build a professional and supportive community of growing game developers where artists, designers, programmers, and production students can team up and develop entry level industry portfolios and indie games. To learn more, contact Jeff Clendenning.
Guitar Club (Capo): Our goal is to express Guitar as an instrument and performances benefitting Norco College and the community at Norco and nearby cities; to offer our members opportunities to learn guitar as an instruments through the help of the guitar teacher at Norco and through travel and workshops and to support the other clubs in Norco College, providing musical help to the students of the college. Contact: Brady Kerr.
hEARt - Early Childhood Education Club serves students seeking to understand the education of young children, and related professions. To attend a meeting, contact Maria Adams.
Kinesiology Student Association serves students pursuing careers in kinesiology and to bring awareness to the campus of health and activity. To attend a meeting, contact Ruben Aguilar, Advisor
The purpose of the Norco College Makers Club is to allow students to design, communicate, share ideas, and build prototype of their projects, as well as to attend local, state and national Maker’s competitions, Fair and conferences. Contact: Farshid Mirzaei.
Men of Color Brotherhood Brotherhood is an organization of current, past, and interested students in the Men of Color Scholars Program at Norco College which is designed to increase the persistence and academic success among Men of Color. Activities are focused on culturally relevant issues that pertain to the experiences and success of underrepresented Men of Color in higher education. Join our brotherhood whenever you are ready, there is no deadline. To learn more about our brotherhood, contact Daniel Jesus Grajeda .
Music Industry Studies is an organization of musicians who are enrolled in the MIS-1 course at Norco College. The group produces an annual album and hosts live music events. To learn more: contact Brady Kerr | www.norcomusic.com | www.instagram.com/norcomusic
Muslim Student Association educates students about Islam and assists Muslim students in fulfilling their Islamic duty in a friendly atmosphere for positive interaction. To learn more contact the club advisor, José Sentmanat.
The purpose of this organization shall be to serve as a community for Norco College students who are interested in reading various books to gain knowledge and a sense of community. We hope to have meaningful discussions concerning books from different periods in history, examining one genre per semester. Contact: Lisa Hernandez.
Norco Choir is an organization of signers enrolled in a choir course at Norco College. To learn more: Kim K. Kamerin.
Norco Esports Association is dedicated to the promotion and development of esports. Attend a meeting: Contact Nick Galvan.
The purpose(s) of this organization shall be to provide an outlet for students to express themselves through the art of clothing and fashion, as well as to teach the importance of being environmentally conscious while shopping for clothing. The goal is to allow students to learn how to produce less fashion waste and teach them how to be innovative with their sense of expression. The club is meant to be inclusive, welcoming and educational. Contact: Cassandra Flores.
The purpose(s) of this organization shall be to serve as a community for Norco College students who are interested in learning more about the transfer admission process, academic networking, and for voluntary service to local communities revolving around academic support and community college attendance. Contact: Caroline Hutchings.
Norco Karate Organization is an organization of students enrolled in the Karate course at Norco College. The students participate in local competitions and development opportunities. To learn more: contact Douglas Namekata.
Philosophical and Psychological Affairs Club is a group of students with interests in Philosophy and Psychology. To learn more: contact Jose Sentmanat or Laura Adams.
Phoenix Scholars is committed to improving educational outcomes of current and former foster youth. To learn more, contact Christine Lopez-Ediss.
We are a non-partisan club focused on fostering greater political knowledge, discussion, civic engagement, and information about political science and pre-law transfer and career options. Contacts: Professor Sandra Popiden and Professor Aldo Yanez.
PRISM - Queer/LGBTQIA+ Community is dedicated to assisting members in the academic, social, political, and personal aspects of their lives. To attend a meeting, contact Cameron Young, Ammanda Moore, Melanie Golbach, and Jacob Drainville.
PUENTE is an organization of students participating in the PUENTE program of counseling, English, and mentoring courses. To learn more, contact Dr. Maria Jurado.
Rocketry Clubis a group of students who design, construct and competitively fly sport rockets. To learn more, contact Instagram: norco.rocketry; Website: https://norcorocketry.wixsite.com/norcorocketry; Club President: Carlos Rios.
Sketch aims to build a supportive community of growing artists & to foster a sense of appreciation and understanding for the arts. The club provides various opportunities to sketch/draw from life, socially: 1) sketching outdoor environments, wildlife, objects, structures, and people, 2) sketching indoor from a live model or objects. Through this, students build upon their basic drawing skills while developing their most important asset, their visual library. To learn more, contact Jeff Clendenning.
Social Gaming Club (SGC) serve as a community for Norco College students who are interested in socializing in a friendly environment involving different forms of gaming. The organization will also not hold any high forms of competitive activities.Contact: Jeff Clendenning.
STEM Club is a community of students pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. To attend a meeting, contact https://discord.gg/VW2AdHd2N5
Student Veterans of America, Norco College The main reason our club exists is to show the city of Norco, Norco College, and the Riverside Community College District that it cares about the success of its Veterans. As a Veteran myself, I was astonished on how supportive and caring all the staff were at the current Veterans Resource Center (VRC). The community also benefits from the VRC since the Veterans have a hub to base their community outreach programs and community service events. Even though most of them have taken off their uniforms and are transitioning into civilian life they still want to continue to serve in some sort of capacity. Currently we have a Veterans Day Panel in which we will be giving out Visa Gift cards to assist students in this tough financial climate. Then in December we are going to host a Xmas Giveaway in which we give out bags with a toy, book and sealed snacks. To show the community we are still here and thinking of them.
For the college itself, it provides an area where Veterans feel they can have their own space, to not only bond with fellow Veterans but to use it as a resource. In the VRC several student Veterans connect with each other and discuss their experiences in certain classes, talk about their experiences with Professors and other school programs. Recently it was changed where anyone can join the Veterans club. Through the VRC you can meet several students who introduced us to clubs like M.E.c.H.A, Rugby, ASNC and STEM.
To keep the club alive virtually we have biweekly meetings, we also voted on a book and mailed it to our members, that way we have something to discuss at our meetings. Kind of like a book club within ourselves.
Slowly we would like to start doing face to face events. Before Covid-19 we had monthly sporting/team-based events and had even planned a range day. If you are interested in joining, contact Ruben Aguilar, Advisor or
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Umoja is an organization of students enrolled in the Umoja Program at Norco College, designed to increase academic success among all students at Norco College with an emphasis on the African-American population. To learn more, contact Sean Davis.
Umoja Filamu Productions - Film Club are students with an interest in the art of cinema and the creation of it and provides them with the opportunities to freely express themselves through the medium. To attend a meeting, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose(s) of this organization shall be to serve as a community for Norco College students who seek a safe space and a sisterhood through workshops, mentoring programs, and sister bonding activities. Contact: Nancy Quiñones.
Accounting Society serves to connect students with interests in the public accounting, private accounting, consulting, and risk advisory. To explore our events and to connect with us follow our Instagram @as_norco .
Clear Perspectives is an outlet for individuals to practice and share their work from poems, short stories, drawings, comics, graphic design, and much more. If you are passionate in a creative field and would like to share your talents with the student body, this is the place for you! Join our Discord!Discord link: https://discord.gg/sbyBrAFggp https://clearperspectivespublications.com/
Liberated Scholars is a club for formerly incarcerated and system-impacted students who wish to form a community, share experiences, resources and support. To attend a meeting, contact email@example.com.
M.E.Ch.A. - ChicanX Community Movimiento Estudiantil ChicanX de Azlan promotes the advancement of ChicanX in higher education and political awareness within the community. Attend a meeting:
Psi Beta Norco - Psychology Honor Society is a national honor society enhancing scholarship in the field of psychology. To attend a meeting, contact Laura Adams.
Rugby is an intercollegiate athletic team. This highly competitive group is part of our campus athletics program. To learn more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Discussion Club is a community with a passion for reading and discussion about worldwide events. To attend a meeting, contact Ijneidi@student.rccd.edu.
To Charter a new club, contact Dr. Edwin Romero, Student Activities Coordinator.
Mon - Thu: 8 am - 5 pmFri: 8 am - 4 pmCenter for Student Success Bldg. Room 205-BPhone: (951) 372-7021Dr. Edwin RomeroSend Email