Description: To have a club on campus for those who want to sing A Capella music. The aim of the club is to perform A Capella music.
Meetings: Wednesdays 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: Sessions M 138
Dr. Kenny Miller
Description: To provide a space and group for those who wish to learn more about Choral music and teaching Choral Music.
Meetings: 2nd & 4th Tuesday of Month 3:00pm-4:00pm
Description: To support students learning American Sign Language through hands-on experience and promotes practice and involvement in Deaf Culture. It offers a fun, safe learning environment for students with various levels
Meetings: 1st Fridays monthly 11:30am – 12:30PM
Description: To unite people from different ethnic Latin groups and to promote Latino/Hispano awareness. It focuses on learning about different Latin cultures and taking part in community related activities.
Meetings: Wednesdays 1:30pm-2:30pm
Dr. Albert Celoza
Description: The Bears' Astronomy, Space Science & Engineering Club's purpose is to challenge and enhance the academic experience of STEM career-minded students. To provide also avenues of open inquiry in a focused direction aimed at furthering the development of interest in space science and engineering. Finally, BASSE will provide the Phoenix College campus with regularly scheduled observing sessions open to students and their families.
Meetings: Friday 11am - 12pm
Description: To promotes school spirit and pride in partnership with the PC Athletics Program.
Meetings: Monday & Wednesday 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Location: South Gym
Description: The mission of Art=PC3 is to promote ceramic art. This involves learning, understanding and appreciating ceramic art, sharing information and networking with other ceramic artists. We also participate in ceramic art events and the sales and marketing of ceramic art.
Meets: Second Tuesday monthly
Tiffany C. Baily
Description: To learn more about the Word and develop fellowship with other Christian students.
Meetings: Wednesdays 3:00-4:00pm
Description: To allow students to come together to help, enjoy, and relax in-group activities. To give students a chance to improve in their dreams of being a comic book artist/writer, anima artist/writer, game designer, game tester, comic and to give students a look into the industry of Anime, Comics, and Games.
Meetings: Friday 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Meets: 1:30 - 2:30 om
Location: H 209
Description: To promote and inspire fashion creativity among like-minded students who learn from each other, explore their interests and make new friends. Our goals are to share, explore and expand ideas about the fashion industry through field trips, fundraisers, lectures and events.
Meetings: 2/21, 3/21, 4/4, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 2019:
Description: To spread the joy and knowledge of mathematics throughout the PC campus and to be an additional resource for all students interested in developmental mathematics.
Description: To provide support activities for future elementary and secondary educators through service learning projects with local schools, informational meetings with university advisors, mentoring relationships with Phoenix College faculty, and contact with dynamic educational leaders in our community.
Club Advisors: TBD
Description: Phoenix College Garden Club is a group of students, staff, faculty and community members interested in edible gardening. No experience necessary. Garden Club members grow and harvest vegetables, fruits and flowers. The Club also plans, plants and maintains the Phoenix College Edible Garden and Greenhouse.
Meeting: Wednesday 4:00pm
Location: Meets in the Edible Garden east of the E-building every Weds.
Description: To bring together people who love all aspects of Korean culture, and it will explore what that culture has to offer.
Meetings: Mondays 2:00-3:00 pm
Fridays 8:00 am - 12:00 pm (Practice)
Description: Affiliated with the America Society of Interior Design (ASID), the national organization, which is the largest, and most well-known professional interior design organization in the country. Its purpose is to promote a means of networking between students and professionals in the fields. Student members are encouraged to attend and participate in local professional meetings and plan activities throughout the year, including seminars, home tours, industry visits, workshops and social gatherings.
Meetings: First Thursday of each month 3PM
Description: To provide opportunities for American and International students to share ideas and participate in activities that promote and enhance their knowledge and understanding of global cultures.
Meetings: Officers: Tuesdays 1:00pm – 2:00pm
General Members: Thursdays 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Location: SU117A &B
Dr. Joseph Kimbuende