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ICC and Student Clubs

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). Contact the Office of Student Life for more information on how to start a new club or student organization. The Office of Student Life is located at the Student Center, Room C-140, or call the office at 831-755-6734.

All active clubs must have an ICC Representative present at all ICC meetings. ICC meetings are held 2x month in the Office of Student Life, unless otherwise stated.

Fall 2021 ICC Meetings

○ Wed., October 20th at 2pm

○ Wed., November 3rd at 2pm

○ Wed., November 17th at 2pm

○ Wed., December 1st at 2pm

Important Documents

Reactivating an Inactive Club Steps (Want to reactivate a previous club?)

Fall 2021 ICC Orientation (Already started a club? Things to know!)

Fall 2021 Club Application

Club Roles and Responsibilites

Club Financial Code Form

Club Advisor Form

Introducing your Fall 2021 Clubs!

For more information or any other questions regarding clubs, please contact the Office of Student Life at 831-755-6734 or email Forrest Alvarez (Program Assistant) at falvarez@hartnell.edu.

Club Purpose
Dream Club

Our mission is to empower undocumented students and allies to achieve educational and career goals through personal, institutional, and policy transformation. We envision a Hartnell where all students can pursue and complete an education with confidence and without constraint.

Engineering, Physics, and Allied STEM Club

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Panteras Guerreras

The Panteras Guerreras Club’s mission is to promote student activism for higher education, culture, the history of Chicanos, and solidarity with other groups of the minority. We strive to broaden the understanding of our Hartnell community by hosting events that incorporate our culture, history, and bring attention to the struggles that affect us as a minority.

Philosophy and Law Club

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Pride Club

The Pride Club’s mission is to promote a safe space where students can be themselves. The Pride Club
emphasizes on LGBTQ+ related themes. However, while bringing awareness to our community, we also
realize the role of intersectionality. For this reason, we welcome all LGBTQ+ members and allies to help
make campus life more inclusive.

Sociology Club

The Sociology Club’s mission is extended into four parts: (1) Educating the student body and community about the social ongoing occurring in our community. (2) Giving our members real world experience in their chosen fields, by attending conferences and panels in which social issues will be discussed; also, by working with nonprofits, community organizations, and experts who have experience in the social sciences. (3) Working on social projects at a small and large scale in accordance to our current club members’ interests. (4) Helping our members reach their desired goals through active participation and expansion of their desired field of choice.

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club provides an opportunity for students to practice their Spanish language skills, and seeks to familiarize members with Spanish and Latin American customs, language, and literature.

Student Activist League

The mission of the Student Acitivist League is to get students involved with local activism and movements across the country.

Theater Arts & Cinema Club

The purpose of TACC is to promote the theater arts and cinema program, and inspire members to learn from these disciplines in order to educate and inspire awareness to issues that exist within their communities.

TRiO

The TRiO Club’s mission is to help transfer students succeed. We attempt to do this in three ways: (1) We will provide guidance through educational and informative events like alumni panels, financial literacy events, and scholarship support. (2) We will provide a social atmosphere. With events like social mixers, game nights, and potlucks, we will work to create a safe space for students to make friendships and connections with other students. (3) We will provide emotional wellness events like support groups to relieve the stresses of college life. In such a way, we can promote mental health in college.

Writer's Guild

A gathering place for aspiring authors, where they can spread new ideas and uplift one another.

 
Don't see a club that involves your major or other interests? Let's start a new club!

Starting a Club begins with three steps:

  1. Find at least 3 club members to serve as the Club President, Club Treasurer, and Club ICC-Representative, and one Club Advisor (Faculty prefered if it is an academic club). You can see all club position responsibilities here.

  2. Fill out the Fall 2021 Club Application, along with the Financial Code form here and Advisor Role form here.

  3. Email your Club Name plus signed Financial Code and Advisor Role forms to falvarez@hartnell.edu. Enter in Subject: "[Club Name] Financial and Advisor Roles."

For more information or any other questions regarding the clubs, please contact the front desk for the Office of Student Life at 831-755-6734 or email Forrest Alvarez (Program Assistant) at falvarez@hartnell.edu.

 

Who To Contact

  • Forrest
    Alvarez
    falvarez@hartnell.edu
    Phone: (831) 759-6043
    Building: Hartnell College Main Campus
    Office: Building C, Room 103
    411 Central Avenue, Salinas, CA 93901
  • Augustine
    Nevarez
    anevarez@hartnell.edu
    Phone: (831) 755-6825
    Building: Hartnell College Main Campus
    Office: Building C, Room 104
    411 Central Avenue, Salinas, CA 93901

Location

  • C - John Steinbeck

    Student Center

    C - John Steinbeck Student Center 

    Office Hours:

    M-Th:  9:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm