Student Organizations

Student Organizations

Active Green Committee!

This organization has a mission to put out receptacles for recycling non-returnable items on campus.
For more information, contact Ted Forester

Anime/Nippon Club

The purpose of this club is to promote and educate students about Japanese animation (Anime), comics (Manga), costume design (Cosplay) and Japanese culture, as well as to provide a meeting place for presentations and information.
For more information, contact Aubrey Rodgers. They meet Thursdays from 4:30-7pm in Room 4380

AITP (Association of Information Technology Professionals)

The KVCC AITP student chapter is dedicated to helping students further their careers as IT professionals.
For more information, contact Dawn Pantaleo or Jason Kovacs.

American Sign Language Club

The purpose of this organization is to practice ASL and spread awareness of deaf culture. You can find them on facebook here:
For more information, contact Ashley Boza. They meet alternating Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m. in the cafeteria.

Business Club

The Business Club has membership in Business Professionals of America and is for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.
For more information, email

Creative Instinct

This group is interested in being creative in the arts arena.
For more information, contact Kevin Dodd and Tom Hamman.

Culinary and Sustainable Food Club

This student club is designed to offer learning experiences for students, create a network of engaging together, and attract potential CSF students to the major.
For more information, contact Joel Boone.

Dagorhir Club

Dagorhir is a full-contact medieval reenactment with influences from every fantasy universe in the known world. It is a game that combines various forms of martial arts with creativity and athleticism. It is a great way for people interested in fantasy scenarios and various aspects of literature, such as the Lord of the Rings, to get active and have a great time. There is an outlet within Dagorhir for anyone, and all are welcome.
For more information, contact Dan Mondoux. They meet Tuesday at 6:15pm in A-gym.

Dance Club

This student club practices/teaches different dances such as: hip-hop, break dances, salsa & ballroom dancing. There is also a dance club.
For more information, contact Mary Johnson. Dance Club meets Monday at 4pm, Friday at 3pm and Saturday at 1pm in the Fitness Center classroom.

Dental Hygiene (SADHA)

This organization is the Student American Dental Hygiene Association, and is for students studying dental hygiene only.
For more information, contact Samantha Reidenbach.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

This organization is specifically for the KVCC athletic teams.
For more information, contact Jim Horn.

Gaming Club

This organization is for students interested in playing board and card games.
For more information, contact Debra Sykes.

KVCC Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ)

This is a community of students who want to experience God personally by following Jesus and making an impact in the world. We want to help every KVCC student take their next step with God.
For more information, contact Amy Louallen or Monica Koning.

Latinos United Mentorship Club

The purpose of LUMC is to foster student mentorship, connect students to college resources, offer leadership opportunities, promote advocacy, and provide cultural education.
For more information, contact Carlos Salinas

Phi Theta Kappa

The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. Alpha Rho Nu is an active chapter, offering activities in the four hallmarks of Phi Theta Kappa: scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. Other than maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or better, however, there are no requirements for continuing membership.
For more information, contact Jason Bishop or John Abbott.


Bible study and learning more about God is this group’s purpose.
For more information, contact Daniel Cunningham. They meet Wednesdays from 12noon-2:00pm in room 4370 or 4380 in the cafeteria.

Respiratory Care Association

This student organization is for students in the Respiratory Care program.
For more information, contact Al Moss.

Sciences Club

The purpose of Science Club is to bring students of science-related fields together to recognize and promote education, research, service, and community outreach.
For more information contact Cynthia Schauer.

Spanish Club

The purpose of Spanish Club is promote the use of the Spanish language on campus, promote and spread knowledge of Hispanic culture both on campus and in the community, and promote knowledge of the Spanish speaking world both on campus and in the community.
For more information, contact Kevin Fuchs.

Soccer Club

This club is for students who want to play soccer.
For more information, contact Soccer Club. They meet Mondays from 6pm-7:30pm and Fridays from 12noon-2pm, either on the soccer field or in the gym, depending on the weather.

Student Nurses (SNA)

This organization is for students studying nursing.
For more information, contact Vickie Hileski or Theresa Shane.

Tennis Club

The purpose of the KVCC Tennis Club is to provide opportunities to play and promote the game of tennis.
For more information, contact Christine Gearing or Chip Stanton.

Valley Student Artists

This organization is made up of students in the ceramics classes.
For more information, contact Francis Granzotto.

Valley Writers Association

This club is for students interested in reading and writing poetry, short stories etc.
For more information, contact Julie Stotz-Ghosh.

Student Veterans of America

This organization is for student veterans and service members.
For more information, contact Mike Morehouse.

For more information about any of these Student Organizations or to start own of your own, call Coty Dunten at 488-4825 or email at