ICC: Student Clubs

Inter-Club Council (ICC) : Student Clubs

Inter-Club Council (ICC) Meetings for Fall 2021
ICC Handbook & Constitution

ICC meets every Monday 12pm to 2pm
*Except holidays*

Club Rush Fall 2021: W 9/15/21 & Th 9/16/21 12pm-1pm
For more information CLICK HERE

Being a part of a student club is a great way to meet new friends with similar interests and to become a part of the Ohlone community.
The Inter Club Council (ICC) is the coordinating organization and official source of recognition for student clubs.
The club president or a consistent club representative must attend meetings to maintain club status.
Through ICC, clubs stay updated on the latest campus issues, become connected to other clubs and campus leaders, and learn how to organize and schedule club events.

2021-2022 Ohlone Student Club List

Meeting times and locations may vary, we do our best to make sure they're updated frequently. However, if you're interested in joining a club we advise that you contact the club advisor directly or attend one of our CLUB DAYS events held at the beginning of each semester. For more information regarding specific clubs please visit: CLUB PRESENTATIONS (CLICK HERE)

**If you're a member of a club and you do not see your club info listed please contact studentlife@ohlone.edu**

Please reach out to the advisor(s) if you'd like information regarding the club.


Club Name Purpose of the Club Meeting
Location,Time, Day(s)
Social Media Advisor's Name Advisor's Email
A^2Pi To promote the advancement of under represented students and to promote diversity. Thursdays (bi-weekly starting on 10/7)
via Microsoft Teams
Instagram LinkAI Club Facebook Link Rose-Margaret Itua       ritua@ohlone.edu
Advocating Success for Children To provide a platform for us to focus on children's life, growth environment, and educational opportunities. To provide members with opportunities to participate in projects that care for children, especially children with special needs, and to exchange ideas. Our mission is to re-recognize and understand the disadvantaged groups, and create better living conditions & education opportunities for them. Oct 8, Nov 5, Dec 3
via Zoom (Passcode: ASC258CL)
  Gavin Deare gdeare@ohlone.edu
AI Club To build a collaborative AI community where people can share innovative ideas and work as teams to explore different aspects of AI, no prior knowledge is needed.

via Zoom

AI Club Facebook Link AI Club Instagram Suporn Chenhansa schenhansa@ohlone.edu
American Medical
Student Association (AMSA)
Hosting activities for the pre-health, pre-dental, pre-nursing, pre-pharmacy students to get more exposure to the field. Sharing resources with them.

Fridays (bi-weekly starting 9/24)
via Zoom
*Note 10/8 mtg will 7pm-8pm
AMSA FACEBOOKInstagram Link Sima Sarvari
American Sign Language (ASL) Club To promote interactions, on & off campus, between Deaf students, ASL students, and interpreter preparation program students. To educate and share the rich culture of the Deaf community within the Ohlone community.

1st Friday of  the month
via Zoom 
(Passcode: do9Q8Xatqp)

Instagram Link Nan Zhou
Thomas Holcomb



Civic Engagement Club To promote civic engagement among Ohlone College students. Thursdays
via Discord

Brad Bettridge


College Leap (Ohlone Chapter) CollegeLeap is founded a UC Berkeley with chapters set up as a club at community colleges. 
Develop an online transfer and career resources information platform. Connect students with internship and networking opportunities. Partner with counseling, transfer center, and alumni to offer workshops for students.
Last Wenesday of the month
via Zoom
  Mandy Kwok-yip MkwokYip@ohlone.edu
Computer Vision Club To introduce the basic knowledge of computer vision to students. Use the knowledge of computer vision to understand the principles of autonomous driving and face recognition. Give members an intuitive experience of computer vision through interesting and inspiring projects. Saturdays (bi-weekly starting 9/25)
via Discord
  Chieko Honma chonma@ohlone.edu
Dot-Slash Computer
To facilitate club members' interest in different fields of computer science. To give members' insights into the different sectors of the tech industry. To encourage other Ohlone students to study programming.

via Zoom

AMSA FACEBOOKInstagram Link Paul Nguyen pnguyen110@ohlone.edu
Economics Club To create a platform for students who have interests in economic concepts and the economics world, to study behavior and interactions of economics and share their ideas. The club hopes to provide a chance for members to discover their interests and envelope their specific views. Fridays (bi-weekly starting 9/10)
via Zoom
Instagram Link Gul Sabit gsabit@ohlone.edu
Game Development Study and creation of both physical and digital games. A club for students wanting to expand their knowledge of game creation and/or pursue game design and development as a career.

via Discord

GSA Facebook Nathan Oliver natedevs@gmail.com
Genders & Sexualities Alliance (GSA) To provide a safe space for people of various identities.

via Zoom

GSA Facebook

Laurel Richardson

Kyle Livie



Girls Who Code To educate, equip, & inspire girls (and anyone else) interested in programming with technical skills in order to pursue careers or general interests in the field of computer science.


via Zoom

  Yukai Lin ylin@ohlone.edu
History Studies Club To create a platform for students who have interests in studying history to share their ideas & help each other. We also provide a chance for students to discover resources useful to learn history and develop their skills of organizing and analyzing information. Studying history helps us think about who we want to be and what we want to achieve in life. Oct 19, Nov 16 & Dec 14
via Zoom
  Travis Smith tsmith54@ohlone.edu
IEEE STEAM Expand the knowledge of members by embarking on ambitious projects with humanitarian focus and promoting Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math through outreach and workshops. Through this club and its projects, members will benefit Ohlone College and the local community. Fridays
via Zoom
AMSA FACEBOOKInstagram Link Rose Margaret Itua ritua@ohlone.edu
IMPACT (Christian) Club To cultivate intimate fellowship and connect with like-minded believers on campus for the purpose of sharing Christ with others.


Bible Study

Worship & Prayer
1st & 3rd Wednesdays

via Discord

GSA FacebookInstagram Link Margaret Lee mslee@ohlone.edu
Legal Studies Club To create a platform for students who have interests in law to share ideas and help each other. We also provide a chance for students to discover documents useful for the field of law and cases worth analyzing. We believe that studying law can improve our legal awareness, deeply understand the rights and obligations, and deal with things more rationally. Oct 21, Nov 17, Dec 15
via Zoom
  Travis Smith tsmith54@ohlone.edu
MEChA Promote higher education, culture and history; community service, & outreach to high school. Creating a community where Latinx students can feel comfortable.


via Zoom

Instagram Link Jennifer Jovel
Brenda Arteaga Reynoso
Eli Barbosa
Muslim Student
Association (MSA)
To give a safe environment for students to learn about Islam and bond. To hold community events and participate within the Ohlone community.

Board Meetings
Every other Friday
via Zoom

GSA FacebookInstagram Link Nadia Dadgar ndadgar@ohlone.edu
Ohlone Business Society To teach students about business. Every 3rd Tuesday (starting on 9/28)
via Zoom
  Rebecca Ozoa rozoa@ohlone.edu
Ohlone Chinese Student & Scholars Association (OCSSA) To help Chinese students become more integrated into Ohlone and their society, provide information and resources to help them achieve their goals. First of each month
via Zoom
  Yong Gao ygao@ohlone.edu
Ohlone Engineering Society To inspire students studying in the STEM field. Participate in a variety of competitions and networking events to involve our students in the community.

Friday (bi-weekly)
via Microsoft Teams

AI Club Facebook LinkInstagram Link Rose Margaret Itua ritua@ohlone.edu
Ohlone F.A.N.S Club "Food & Nutrition Sciences" To educate students on understanding what is in the food they consume and to help them make right choices, personally & professionally. Develop teamwork skills & sense of responsibility towards themselves and the world. Empower students and encourage interactions between students, faculty, staff & community.


Tuesdays (bi-weekly starting on 9/23)
via Zoom

AI Club Facebook Link Dr. Jasvinder Kaur jkaur@ohlone.edu
Ohlone Physics Club To foster an environment that actively discusses and engages in Physics/STEM related competitions and activities. We intend to find or create opportunities for all of our members to engage with physics and other sciences on a deeper level.     Dr. Lowell Hazelton lhazelton@ohlone.edu
Ohlone Psychology Club Discuss issues related to psychology and everyday life, raise awareness related to psychology and get more students involved.    

Temp. Co-Advisor/current contact:
Alexandria Eoff

Club Advisor: Sheldon Helms

Temp. Co-Advisor/current contact: keoff2@ohlone.edu


Policy Debate Club To create a platform for students who have interests in learning & analyzing policies within different countries to share ideas and help each other. We also provide a chance for members to discover their interests and develop their specific skills. Our mission is to help members foster critical thinking to get a comprehensive understanding of the political world. Oct 20, Nov 18, Dec 16
via Zoom
  Travis Smith tsmith54@ohlone.edu
Renegade Esports Support student gamers at Ohlone College, encourage outreach into high schools, provide competitive opportunities and intercollegiate activities.

1st of the month
via Zoom

Instagram Link Deborah Lemon dlemon@ohlone.edu
Scientific Research Journal Club (SRJC) To stimulate conversations regarding current scientific discoveries, such as rare child genetic disorders, the coronavirus, the next best thing to hands-on research for STEM majors, reading & discussing scientific journals. Mondays (bi-weekly)
via Zoom
  Laurel Issel-Tarver Lisseltarver@ohlone.edu
Society of Women Engineers
Collegiate Interest Group (SWE)
To support and promote the advancement of women in engineering & stem generally. Wednesdays (bi-weekly starting 9/29)
via Zoom
Instagram Link

Rose-Margaret Itua

Liz Pannell



United Women of Color To educate, engage, and empower both women and men in our community. To instill a higher level of drive and offer resources in order to nourish those goals.

1st & 3rd Friday of the month
via Zoom

www.instagram.com/ohloneuwoc Arden Neria aneria@ohlone.edu
Web & Visual Engineering (WAVE)  A club designed for students to explore the field of web design & development. Throughout the journey of our club, we aim to gather people with similar interests and develop our web programming skills. 1st Thursday of the month
via Zoom
  Paul Nguyen pnguyen110@ohlone.edu