Join One, Start One, Be One!
Participate in a club! It's an easy and fun way to get involved. Share and discover new interests with fellow students, develop your skills, and add to your resume.
Clubs at Edmonds Community College
- Accounting Club
- Badminton Club
- Bee Club
- Bridges International
- Chinese Student Association
- Computer Science and Engineering Club
- Construction Management Student Association
- Dance Club
- EdCC Indonesian Club
- EdCC Magic & Skills Club
- EdCC Rocketry Society
- Engineering Club
- Game Developer's Club
- Global Volunteer Club
- Ignite Fellowship
- J-POP Dance Club
- Japanese Culture Club
- Math Club
- Merchants of Hope
- Multi-Language Club
- One Hour Project
- Phi Theta Kappa
- Ping Pong Club
- Project Home Ambassadors
- Society of Women Engineers
- The Law Association
- Triton Veteran Student Association
- Undergraduate Research Student Association
- Vietnamese Student Association
- We Got Y'all LGBTQ Club
- Younglife College
- Animation Club
- ASL Club
- Apprentices of Jesus Club
- Arithmetic Club
- Board Game Design Club
- Chess Club
- Campus Sustainability Club
- Communication and Public Speaking Club
- Chinese Pop Music Club
- Coders Without Borders
- Edcc Animation Club
- Edcc Athletic Club
- EdCC Debaters Club
- EdCC ESL Club
- Edcc Film Club
- Edcc Hip Hop Dance
- EdCC Horn Ensemble Club
- EdCC Soccer Club
- Food Life Club
- Film Production Club
- High School Association Club
- Historical Society Club
- International Volley Ball Club
- Japanese Club
- Korean Christian Club
- K-Pop & Cheerleading Club
- LASA Club
- Latino American Students Association Club
- Latino Leadership Initiative Club
- Leadson Club
- LGBTQ "WE GOT Y'ALL" Club
- Martial Arts Club
- Merchants of Hope Club
- Muslim Student Association Club
- Native Student Association Club
- Nap Club
- Orthodox Christian Student Association
- Pacific Islander Club
- Photography Club
- Running Club
- Running Start Club
- Visual Arts Club
- Visual and Performing Arts Club
- Have 5 participants.
- Fill out and submit the Club Chartering Packet to the CSEL welcome desk (BRI 252).
- Upon receiving an email from the Club Programmer, attend the Club Training and Google Site Training.
Note: If more information is needed, please read the Club Handbook for more information.
- Request form: In legible handwriting, please fill out the following. Please note that you may
fill out multiple parts of the request form and submit to theCSEL welcome desk (BRI
- The information section: This section is comprised of basic contact information and the reason for filing the request form, including the date the action requested needs to be enforced.
- If you are requesting a room, please fill out the room request part of the form.
- If you are requesting a room in the Gym, please contact Kim Johansen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- If you are requesting the Black Box Theater, please contact Jen Matthews (425-640-1629).
- If you are requesting graphics, please fill out the graphics portion of the form.
- It is recommended that you email or meet with the graphics team to discuss your advertising.
- If you are requesting a cash box, reimbursement, a p-card as an advisor, a check for
payment, or tickets, please fill out the coordinating box for each of request.
- If you are requesting reimbursement for food that your club bought, please attach the second page of the purchase justification form along with your receipts.
- If requesting payment in the form of a check, please include the original contract or invoice specifying the amount agreed upon.
- Please complete the form by providing your advisors signature, along with your signature and budget number. It is recommended that you cross out any unused part of the request form, in order to avoid confusion. Please turn this form in to the CSEL Welcome Desk (BRI 252) at least 10 business days before the expected time you will need your request fulfilled.
- Every quarter, please fill out the Quarterly Club Report and turn it in to CSEL (BRI 252). It is recommended that you continue filling it out throughout the quarter, in order to meet the designated deadline for this form.
- Fill out the Purchase Justification form if your club is purchasing items using club funds. If you are buying food for under 50 people, please fill out the second page of this form and turn it in to CSEL (BRI 252).
- Fill out the Club Release form if your club is participating in an activity that poses a risk. Please have each member fill this form out and give it to the club advisor in order to participate.
- Fill out the Community Service Project Application if your club is going to participate in or put on an enriching event towards for students and/or the community. Please submit parts A and B to CSEL (BRI 252).
CSEL Club Team Contact Information
|Club Events Programmeremail@example.com|
|Club Administration Programmerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Executive Officer for Clubsemail@example.com|
|Assistant Director for Center for Student Student Engagement and Leadershipfirstname.lastname@example.org|