If you want to attend a club meeting, please contact them via the club email or the advisor email to get a room number or Zoom link to the meeting.
Clubs supported by North relate to secondary characteristics such as language skills, work interest, country of origin, religion, shared interest, etc
The Accounting Club is a space for students to learn about accounting, careers and impacts in the local and global business community.
American Sign Language Club
To educate the students about ASL & Deaf Culture.
Campus Bible Study Club
Campus Bible Club's purpose is to provide an inclusive space where all people are welcome to learn about the Bible and how it applies to life, seek God together, and make deep friendships.
Computer Science Club
The Computer Science Club provides a space for people interested in Computer Science to connect, chat, ask questions, and share interesting things. We also regularly host workshops, club projects, and other events.
Dance Dance Revolution Club
To give students a safe space to move freely without judgment and ultimately to have fun and take a break.
Rework old clothes to prevent fast fashion, give old clothes in Belinda’s closet a new life, learn basic sewing skills, explore new styles to express yourself.
Environmental Justice Club
Environmental Justice Club's purpose is to promote environmental change and stewardship on campus and beyond.
Film Club's purpose is to bring students together to talk, watch, and engage with the world of film.
Our finance club's primary purpose is to delve into the multifaceted world of financial careers and gain a deeper understanding. We aim to enhance our knowledge about the broader financial sector, including the intricacies of the stock market. A significant highlight is our participation in stock market trading competitions, pitching our skills against other prestigious universities. Through this, we not only challenge ourselves but also foster a spirit of healthy competition. Overall, our club serves as a dynamic platform for passionate individuals to immerse themselves in the world of finance.
Student Contact: Matias Saenz
Advisor: Nausica Zorzi
Meeting Time: Tuesdays 2pm - 3pm
Future Medical Professionals Club
Create a community and provide opportunities for students interested in the medical field.
Club Leader: Kelsey Carvajal
Meeting Time: The 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Gym Rats Club
To work out together
Heavy Metal Club
Impactful Investing Club
To discuss financial justice, classism, financial philosophy, how accounting can be used to better the financial systems and decrease the gaps between the poorest and most well off. Then to turn those discussions into collaborative papers, and to have a site or place to publish them. To use our educational knowledge to better the world.
Club Leader: Rayne Renney
Advisors: Alif Laila Tisha
Meeting Time: TBA
Having fun, talking about kpop and becoming a dance team
To gain more knowledge in photographing and exchange experiences with other students in editing pictures.
Student Contact: Cante Remle & Maitsetseg Otgonbaatar
Advisor: Dan Paz
Meeting Time: Tuesdays 2pm
Rocketry Club is a space for students to build rockets and work on their rocketry certifications.
Student Contact: Sicoya Bellis
Advisor: Tracy Furutani
Meeting Time: Sundays at 12pm & Thursdays at 11am
To provide community and support for student veterans.
Student Contact: Anthoney Bouta
Advisor: Sammy Witness
Meeting Time: TBA
North Seattle College Student Leadership does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, age, nationality, religion, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status, political affiliation or belief, citizenship/status as a lawfully admitted immigrant, or disability.
If anyone needs accommodations at any time, please contact Disability Services at (206) 934-3697 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their office at CC2346A (College Center, 2nd floor, opposite Registration).