Clubs and Organizations

Clubs & Organizations are an important part of Student Life at Green River College. Whether you are looking to meet new people, share a common interest, plan campus events or volunteer, there is a club for you! Being involved with a Green River student group is a great way to connect with the Gator community and build relationships with fellow students, staff and faculty.

There are usually around 50 clubs and organizations each year that focus a variety of topics and interest, including academics, multicultural issues, and social opportunities. Student clubs and organizations are open to all students, although few clubs have membership criteria. 

Clubs for the 2023-24 School Year

Learn about how to get involved in GRC Student Clubs

New club proposals are now closed for 2023-24 academic year and will re-open in Fall 2024. Please contact Paz Clearwater ( if you have any questions about clubs. We also recommend following our GRC Student Life page @grcstudentlife for more immediate updates!

Currently Active Student Clubs & Organizations

The below was accurate as of the end of Spring 2024. Club proposals will re-open in Fall 2024 and the list may not be accurate over the summer. Contact a club to learn more! For more information regarding each club or organization, including a description of their mission, please visit the Clubs & Organizations page in the Campus Life Canvas. If you need your club information updated, please contact Paz Clearwater at

To find out when clubs meet, either check and filter by Student Events or email the clubs below!

Club NameStudent ContactAdvisor Contact
Aesthetic Club
American Experience Club
Arab Student Association
Art Club
Artificial Intelligence Club
Asian Student Union
Badminton Club
Billiards Club
Black Student Union 
Brick Builders Club
Burmese Students Club
Business Club
Careers in Technology Club
Carpentry & Woodworking Club
Chess Club  
Chinese Student Association
Coding Club
Coffee Club
Cooking Club
Computer Science Club
Content Creators Guild
Couch for Neurodivergence
Court Reporting Student Association (CRSA)
Dance Performance Club
Debate Club
Deutsch (German) Club
Engineering Club
FISH Club (Christian Fellowship) 

Forestry Club
French Club
Garden Club
Gators Med Club
History of Art Club
Indonesian Student Organization
Justice Impacted Rising Scholars
K (Korean) Club

Latine Student Union;

Literary Book Club
Math Club 
Model United Nations kuscu.mehmetemir@student.greenriver.ed
Music Club 
Muslim Student Association (MSA)
Native American Student Organization (NASO)
Nepalese Club
Nursing Organization
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Pacific Islander Student Union (PISU)

Productivity Club  
Queer & Allies (Q&A)

Rotaract Club

Sleuth Club

Society of Physics Students (SPS) 
Sociology Club

Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)

Student Physical Therapists Association (SPTA)

Sports & Culture Club

Step Into STEM Club

Teachers of Tomorrow

Vietnamese Student Association
Volleyball Club  
Women in Technology Club

Interested in Starting a New Club?

Here are the basic steps for starting a new club at GRC. If you have any more specific questions, contact Paz Clearwater at

1. Decide what your club will be about!

  • A hobby or interest?
  • A cultural or identity-based group?
  • A field of study?
  • A career or occupation?

2. Find other students with the same interest!

  • You only need 6 students (including yourself) to get the process started!
  • The Student Life office can help you find new members!

3. Find a faculty/staff advisor

  • Your club advisor does not need to be an expert in the clubs interest area, they just have to want to support students!
  • Advisor responsibilities are included in the Student Clubs Handbook 2023-24.

4. Complete the New Club Paperwork!

  • The New Club Start-Up form is linked under 'Documents and Forms' on this page
  • Student Life staff will review your submission and provide acceptance or feedback within a week
  • Review the Club Handbook
  • New clubs will be invited to a quarterly training session. After which, clubs can begin to request funding or hold events.

5. Begin Club Activity!

  • Officially recognized clubs can use the Club Corner (SU250), schedule classroom space, use the Student Life work room, and request funding for activities from ASGRC Student Government



Contact Us

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Paz Clearwater
Assistant Director of Student Life

Susan Evans
Program Specialist

Campus Life Office
Mel Lindbloom Student Union Room 240
Phone: 253-931-6450

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