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Welcome to Inter-Club Council!

Student clubs and organizations provide opportunities for recreational activities, participation in community service, and exploring career and academic interests. All Hartnell clubs and organizations are part of the Inter-Club Council (ICC), a branch of ASHC.

Contact the ICC Advisor Jane Hernandez for more information on how to join or start a new club or organization. Please call (831) 759-6043 or email at


How to Start a Club

  1. Find at least three club members.
    • Having difficulty finding members? We can help!
    • Club roles and responsibilities are located here.
  2. Find a Hartnell staff club advisor.
    • Having difficulty finding an advisor? We can help!
    • Advisor roles and responsibilities are located here.
  3. Fill out the CLUB REGISTRATION Form. This form must be sent by the Office of Student Life in order to be processed.
    • Wait for review by the Office of Student Life.
    • Once approved, complete your Club Orientation.
  4. Attend ICC meetings!
    • ICC Representatives must attend bi-weekly ICC meetings. Please see below for more details.


Please refer to this page for important ICC Forms,Event Requests and Purchasing Processes.

ICC Important Forms, Event Requests and Purchasing Processes

All active clubs must have an ICC Representative present at all ICC meetings

NOTE: A club’s charter shall be revoked if the club’s ICC representative has three unexcused absences in the academic year. Excused absences shall be determined by the ASHC advisor.



Agriculture Ambassadors

Ag Ambassadors Club Mission Statement The Ag Ambassadors Club at Hartnell College is dedicated to fostering a vibrant community of students passionate about agriculture. Our mission is to: 1. Promote agricultural education and awareness through engaging activities, workshops, and events. 2. Support members in developing leadership skills, professional networks, and career opportunities in the agricultural sector. 3. Encourage collaboration and community involvement to address current and future challenges in agriculture. 4. Advocate for sustainable agricultural practices and innovations that enhance productivity and environmental stewardship. 5. Create a welcoming and inclusive environment where all members can share their interests and experiences in agriculture. We strive to inspire and empower the next generation of agricultural leaders to make a positive impact on our local and global communities.

Cheerleading Club 

Our mission is to boost school spirit and teamwork through high-energy performances and support.

Psychology Club

The Psychology Club at Hartnell College is committed to challenging the stigma surrounding mental health, promoting inclusivity, and celebrating diversity. We support students' mental well-being by creating a welcoming space for all.

Real Estate Investors Club

The mission of the Real Estate Investors Club is to educate and empower students, especially those interested in business and entrepreneurship, with opportunities to learn about real estate investing, sales, fix-and-flipping, and other aspects of the industry while equipping them with the necessary skills for a successful career in the field.


The SIMA Club is dedicated to advancing students' interests in the field of medicine through empowerment and community engagement. We prioritize serving underprivileged communities by creating diverse volunteering opportunities that foster empathy and responsibility among our members. We aim to enrich members' knowledge by inviting guest speakers from various medical specialties in order to provide a comprehensive view of healthcare careers. By cultivating a supportive and inclusive environment, SIMA prepares future healthcare leaders who are compassionate, resilient, and committed to making a meaningful impact in their communities.

SNA Club

Bring together and mentor students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses, as well as those enrolled in baccalaureate completion programs. Convey the standards and ethics of the nursing profession. Promote development of the skills that students will need as responsible and accountable members of the nursing profession. Advocate for high quality, evidence-based, affordable and accessible health care. Advocate for and contribute to advances in nursing education. Develop nursing students who are prepared to lead the profession in the future.

Who To Contact

  • Jane
    Phone: (831) 759-6043
    Building: Hartnell College Main Campus
    Office: Building C, Room 103
    411 Central Avenue, Salinas, CA 93901
  • Augustine
    Phone: (831) 755-6825
    Building: Hartnell College Main Campus
    Office: Building C, Room 104
    411 Central Avenue, Salinas, CA 93901


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    Student Center

    C - John Steinbeck Student Center 

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    Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm