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Center for Student Engagement & Leadership

Clubs and Affinity GRoups

Join, Lead, or Start a Student Organization!

Join, lead, or start a club or affinity group, Triton! It is an easy and fun way to get involved on campus and network with others. Share and discover new interests with fellow students, develop your skills, and add to your resume. Take a look at the student organizations that Edmonds College has to offer.  

Currently Chartered GroupsExpand ContentCollapse Content

Indonesian Club
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Nursing Club
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Edmonds College Leap
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Young Life
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Society of Women Engineers
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Edmonds College Rocketry Club
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Bridges International
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Merchants of Hope
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Construction Management Student Association


Here's a list of last year's chartered clubs. These clubs may or may not be returning. If you notice that a club from this list has not re-chartered and you're interested in restarting that club, contact the club Admin. We'll connect you with the Advisor of that club!

  • 1337 Tech Club
  • Accounting Club
  • Bachata Club
  • Badminton Club
  • Bee Club
  • Big Baller Club
  • Black Student Union
  • Bridges International
  • Cantonese Culture Club
  • Chinese Student Association
  • Clay Club
  • Computer Science & Engineering Club
  • Construction Management Student Association
  • Finance Society
  • Futsal Club
  • Game Development Club
  • Ignite Fellowship Club
  • Indigenous Students Cultural Alliance Club
  • Indonesian Club
  • Interact Club
  • Japanese Culture Club
  • Latinos Unidos Club
  • The Law Association Club
  • Little Korea Club
  • Math Club
  • Merchants of Hope
  • Nursing Club
  • One Hour Project
  • Ping Pong Club
  • Project Home Club
  • Project Management Club
  • Robotics Club
  • Rocketry Society
  • Running Club
  • Smash Club
  • Society of Women Engineers Club
  • Student Veterans of America Club
  • Vietnamese Student Association
  • Young Life Club


Don't see a currently chartered student organization you're interested in? Why not start your own? Follow these steps below to get started:

  1. Read and review the Clubs & Affinity Group Checklist to familiarize yourself with the timeline and process to charter. 
  2. Gather *(4) other students (total of 5 including yourself) with similar goals, interests, or social identity in starting a club or affinity group, and find a minimum of (1) Advisor(s).
  3. Fill out the Yearly Consitution and collect all of the Student Officers most current class schedule. You will need these documents to upload when applying to charter.
  4. Fill out an Chartering Application through our Clubs & Affinity Groups Database. Wait for an “Approval” email from the Coordinators Team.
  5. Complete the Student Officer Training by completing one of two options** below:
    A) Attend a Student Officer Training to learn the policies, regulations, and possibilities of being a club/affinity group. OR
    B) Read the Student Officer Training Presentation, then complete the required Student Organization Quiz with a minimum score of 22.

Once you have completed these steps you'll be a chartered student club/group. For more information, please refer to the 2020-2021 ASEC Clubs & Affinity Groups Handbook or contact a Coordinator.

*If you do not have a total of five (5) students to charter a club/group, please email to inquire about token placementsToken Placements will help you fill in your missing positions with our CSEL staff. They will act as your temporary officer(s) until you can fulfill those empty seats.)

**New, First-time students and the president must complete the training. If you have returning student officers, please let the Coordinators Team know as they are exempt.

Last Day to Get Chartered and Receive Allocation - Friday, March 5, 2021

Winter Quarterly Report Due - Friday, March 12, 2021

Already chartered? Here are the important forms we covered over during the Initial Trainings. If you have any questions regarding these forms, please contact the a Coordinator.


  1. Planning an event or meeting? Be sure to submit the CSEL Request Form at least 10 business days before your event/meeting.

  2. Is there going to be club funded food during the event? If the answer is yes, please fill out this Food Purchase Justification Form and collect signatures if less than 50 people consumes food and/or drinks during the event.

  3. If your organization is planning on doing a fundraiser, be sure to fill out and submit the Fundraiser Request Form at least 10 business days before you plan on holding the fundraiser event.

  4. Conducting an activity that might pose a risk? Have each participating members sign a Student Release Form and give to the club or group advisor.

  5. Clubs/Affinity Groups are expected to submit the Quarterly Club/Affinity Group Report & Agreeement through our Clubs & Affinity Groups Database by the end of the current quarter in order to maintain active club status and receive the next quarter's allocation. 

  6.  Looking for additional funds to help support your club or affinity group activities, events, or program? Fill out the Club & Affinity Group Funding Requst Form in its entirety. (Max: $700 in an academic year)

CSEL Club Team Contact Information

Name Title Email Office Hours

William To

Executive Officer for Clubs


Zoe Chang

Club/Affinity Group Coordinator

M/W 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Hang Dinh

Club/Affinity Group Coordinator


Eduardo M Torres

Assistant Director of CSEL

M/TH 12-1 p.m.