Associated Students Solano College (ASSC)

Student Clubs

Joining a campus club is a great way to enrich your academic experience at Solano. There are clubs of all types on campus and they change periodically with the change of interests of the student body. These organizations focus on student interests in career options, service and social events, recreation, sports, crafts, politics, and ethnic and/or multicultural diversity. If there isn’t a club that suits your needs, you can start a new club.

Club Promo Days take place at the beginning of each semester – these are great opportunities to find out more about current clubs and meet club members. If you are interested in starting a club, you can get an application from the ASSC Workroom, Student Life Office or use the Student Club Application. Each club must reapply each semester to retain their chartered status.

Current Student Clubs




A2MEND Black Falcon Chapter

To foster African American Male Brotherhood and Leadership

Shanan Danley

Filipinx-American Student Union

To create a community for Filipinx students that are looking to learn about their culture and participate in cultural activities that facilitate pride in their heritage.

Sheila Kaushal


Shirley Lewis

The Entrepreneur Club

The Entrepreneur Club supports students with entrepreneurial interests. Members will participate in organizational talks, workshops, networking events, and field trips to allow interaction with entrepreneurs in the Community and Small Business Development Center.

Dr. Slaton

The Human Collective

Promote and encourage professional development of psychology and human services students through the promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service.

Dr. Cabrera

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is the international honor society of two-year colleges. Students must have a minimum G.P.A. of 3.5 to apply. Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society has four hallmarks: Scholarship, Leadership, Fellowship and Service.

LaNae Jaimez,


Michael Wyly,


To create a community of STEM-focused and project-driven individuals and a creative space for collaboration and study.

Douglas Green

The Rotaract Club

The Rotaract Club brings together people ages 18 and older to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service. In communities worldwide, Rotary and Rotaract members work side by side to take action through service.

Dr. Slaton

Women’s Bible Study Fellowship

Due to the nature of what is discussed and for transparency in sharing/connecting, club is open to women only.

Amy Dauffenbach

Clubs must reapply at the beginning of every semester. If you have questions about clubs, please contact the Student Life Office at (707) 864-7000 ext. 4367 or visit room 1425 in the 1400 building on the Main Campus.

Location: Room 1425
Phone: 707-864-7168

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