Spring 2018

Accounting Society Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Joseph Hana, President: jhana1@saddleback.edu
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesdays, 5:30pm-7pm
Meeting Location: BGS 254
Mission: The purpose of this Society is to provide an opportunity for the students of the Saddleback College to delve more deeply into the field of accounting. The Society will also continuously promote the importance of ethics in the classroom and in the workplace, promote critical thinking for higher level education and higher level management, nurture leadership and teamwork abilities, offer options for study group or tutoring match-up center for accounting principals and concepts, and build a strong networking foundation for future accounting, managerial, and business endeavors.


Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Keirsten Casaletta, President: krcasaletta@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Tjursdays, 3:00pm-4:00pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 C - The Leadership Lab Conference Room
Mission: The name of the club is Ayudando Chicano/as Latino/as A Mover Obstaculos, which shall be known as ACLAMO (Helping Chicano Latinos to Remove Educational Barriers). This club promotes higher education to Chicanxs/Latinxs and Undocumented/AB540 students in the form of personal and community empowerment.

Advanced Manufacturing Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Juan Salazar, President:
Meeting Date & Time: Monday and Wednesday, 12:00pm-3:00pm
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: TBA

Anime Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Shannon Lee, President: saddlebackcollegeanimeclub@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesdays, 2pm-5pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 - The Leadership Lab Main Room
Mission: To offer regular showings of Japanese animation (Anime) to club members and interested visitors in a semi-Public venue, bring together fans of Anime and provide a forum for them to discuss and share their interests, and promote broader interest in anime and assist anime aficionados in the pursuit of their interests. The ultimate goal of the club is to raise the public consciousness about anime and promote a broader interest in it and related topics. 

Astronomy & Physics Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Tony Hardy, President: astroclubsc@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SBastroclub/
Meeting Date & Time: 3rd Saturday of the month, 7pm-10pm
Meeting Location: SM 313
Mission: The purpose of this organization includes, but is not limited to: Enhancement of the students interests in astronomy and physics, experimentation in astronomy and physics, communication of ideas and developments in astronomy and physics, and providing lectures to students of college covering topics on recent technological advancements and discoveries in physics and astronomy.

California Nursing Students Association (CNSA) Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Aimee Donohue, President: sc.cnsa.president@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesday, 12pm-2pm
Meeting Location: Email club presidents
Mission: To assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care, provide programs representative of fundamental interests and concerns to nursing students, and aid in the development of the whole person, including professional role and responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life.

Christian Students Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Leslie Dela Rosa , President: saddlebackchristians@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesday, 12:30pm-2pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 Leadership Lab
Mission: The purpose of this club is to provide the opportunity for students from diverse backgrounds to read and enjoy the Bible together. Through these gatherings, students will be able to share their enjoyments and portions from the Word of God in an experiential way. We have found that living according to the Word and living forth Christ makes all the difference

Cinema Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Kendall Halliburton, President: cinemaclubsc@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Mondays, 12:00pm; Thursdays, 1:30pm
Meeting Location: Mondays, BGS 356; and Thursdays (IMPORTANT INFO ON PRODUCTION DAYS: Cinema Club's Production crew includes students who have taken at least one film college course (production related courses are not mandatory, but encouraged) or who have a reel/equivalent experience. In order to complete video productions with efficacy, professionalism, and quality, Cinema Club requires crew members to have basic experience with video production (from pre-production to post production). 
Mission: The purpose of the Cinema Club is to provide an opportunity for students of the Saddleback College to immerse themselves in the culture and study of filmmaking. Furthermore, this club will provide students with the opportunity to learn about filmmaking—from pre-production to post-production—and create film projects with other Saddleback students. 

Circle K International Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Melissa Chavarro, President:
Meeting Date & Time: Mondays, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Meeting Location: BGS 253
Provide service of the community and to the campus; to provide the opportunity for leadership training through service.   To foster compassion and goodwill toward others through service and leadership, to develop our abilities and the abilities of all people, and to dedicate ourselves to the realization of human potential.

Exploring Divine Existence Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Irina Jason, President:
Meeting Date & Time: Tuesdays, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Meeting Location: BGS 148
To provide an opportunity for students of the Saddleback College to discover and explore materials found in the scientific, historical, and archaeological communities that point to a divine creator.  We created this club to help students become open to the possibility that there is a higher power bigger than oneself that governs our universe despite the uncertainty that surrounds us.  This club will give students a sense of community and safe environment to express their own personal beliefs and ideas about Divine existence.  Studies have shown that a belief in a higher power lessens depression, reduces self-harm, and increases psychological well-being like peace of mind, the ability to have fun and satisfaction with life.

Fellowship of Christian Students

Club Status: Active, Faculty-Sponsored
Contact: Mark McElroy, President: mmcelroy@saddleback.edu
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesdays, 12:pm-1:00pm
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: TBA

Green Ribbon Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Kamyar Feiz, President: kamfeiz19@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
This club was founded on the premise that students further their education and awareness in matters related to mental health, in addition to promoting advocacy in related matters. It is essential that students come together during a time in which suicide rates are increasing drastically to end stigma regarding mental health. The club shall provide members with a twenty-two week program which will help highlight the basics of mental health awareness and advocacy.

Hispanic Literary Society

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Maximiliano Rivera-Patton, President: mriverapatton0@saddleback.edu
Meeting Date & Time: Tuesdays, 3:45 pm - 4:45 pm
Meeting Location: TBD
To provide an opportunity for students of the Saddleback College to discuss major historical and current developments pertaining to the Hispanic community within the United States, the state of xenophobic and nationalistic sentiment against the Hispanic community, U.S. foreign and domestic policy and its effects on the growing Hispanic demographic, the development of the LatinX” in the art scene, and the acceptance of Hispanic diversity in traditionally white, urban America.

Latter Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA)

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Turner Knight, President: turnergainesknight@gmaIl.com
Meeting Date & Time: Thursday, 6:30pm-7:30pm
Meeting Location: TBA
The purpose of the LDSSA is to encourage and support members in achieving their academic goals while maintaining a balanced life while on campus. Also, to encourage members to be a good influence by participating in activities and service on campus and the community. Lastly, to provide students with meaningful service opportunities and social and religious activities that are consistent with the LDSSA standards.

Lending Love Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Roya Daraic, President:
Meeting Date & Time: Every other Friday, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Meeting Location: BGS 328
Mission: The purpose of this Club/organization is to provide an opportunity for students of Saddleback College to: Provide a sense of community to students by creating engaging activities with the purpose to help those in need. Create an environment where students can express their creativity to help give back to those in needs. Encourage members to actively respond to organizations seeking help. Gather members to help improve the community. 

Philosophy Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Taylor Spring, President: taylorspring05@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: The purpose of this Club is to review and discuss philosophical material. We aim to broaden our member's horizons and grow an appreciation for the liberal arts.

Pre-Law Society Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Shirin Sami, President: saddlebackprelaw@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesdays, 3:00pm-4:00pm
Meeting Location: BGS 356
Mission: The purpose of this society is to provide the students of Saddleback College with an opportunity to learn about Law.

Pre-Medical Society Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Khalid Yasseen, President: saddlebackpremed@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Tuesday, 5pm-6pm
Meeting Location: SCI 211
Mission: We will inspire a community of future physicians through education and advocacy. We will involve its members in the social, moral and ethical obligations of the profession of medicine. We will assist in the improvement and understanding of world health problems. We will enrich medicine through diversity by exploring of variety of perspectives.

Pride Alliance Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Lindsey Bouchard, President: saddlebackgsa.pride@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: 
Meeting Location:  TBA
Mission: The purpose of this Club is to provide an atmosphere of love and acceptance for all individuals, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. All students and faculty are welcome to our meetings and events, as we strive to achieve a culture of acceptance and diversity on our campus and in the community.

Roller Hockey Club

Club Status: Active
Contact: Lynn Zendejas, President: lynnzendejas@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Sunday, 7:00pm-8:00pm
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: TBA

Superfriends Club

Club Status: Active, Club Level 2
Contact: Michael Cullen, President: mcullen474@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: The purpose of Superfriends is to facilitate various social, academic and service opportunities for Saddleback College students with disabilities. Superfriends aims to promote interaction amongst students with disabilities and those without such labels as a means of fostering a spirit of collegiality and support within the campus community. Superfriends further seeks to mitigate negative perceptions of students with disabilities by offering students with disabilities opportunities to serve and lead within the campus community.

Table Top Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Michael Trant, President:
Meeting Date & Time: Fridays, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 Main Room
To cultivate a community around playing table top board games, roll playing games, and socializing with like-minded people.

Young Americans for Freedom Club

Club Status: Active, Faculty Sponsored
Contact: Taylor Samuelson, President: samuelsontaylor@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Thursday, 1pm
Meeting Location: BGS 338
Mission: To provide an organizational framework to promote the general principles of Young Americans for Freedom that in this time of moral and political crises, it is the responsibility of the youth of America to affirm certain eternal truths, and to conduct educational activities and provide conservative leadership to assist students in their efforts to understand and promote conservatism on campus and in the surrounding community.

Young Democrats

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Mona Ghalbi, President: mona.ghalbi@icloud.com
Meeting Date & Time: Third Tuesdays, 5:00pm-6:00pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 - Conference Room
Mission: To pursue the ideas of liberty, justice, and freedom for all regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or income. We shall pursue these ideas through the support of the California Young Democrats and the ideas of the Democratic Party.

316 Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Rebecca Kusunoki, President:
Meeting Date & Time: Tuesdays, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Meeting Location: BGS 232
Help Christian students strengthen their relationship with Jesus by learning more about Him, so that they are better equipped to share God’s incomprehensible love to the many people of this world who do not know how valued and loved they are, and who do not understand the wonderful plan of eternal joy that God has for them despite the adversity they may be currently experiencing. Also, facilitate non-Christian students in understanding the true nature of Jesus Christ, and promote an accurate understanding of what Jesus actually taught, in contrast to how Jesus and Christianity are stereotypically and erroneously portrayed by the media and modern culture generally, thus enabling students to make an honest, rational, and informed decision regarding what to believe, including the big questions of life: How we got here (origins), why we are here (purpose/meaning), and what happens to us when our bodies stop functioning biologically (destiny).