Spring 2017


316 Club

Club Status: Active, Faculty-Sponsored
Contact: Larry Grihalva, Faculty Adviser: lgrihalva@saddleback.edu
Meeting Date & Time: Thursdays, 11:30am-12:30pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 C - The Leadership Lab Conference Room
Mission: To provide all students a safe and supportive environment to develop or strengthen their relationship with Jesus Christ.


Accounting Society Club

Club Status: Active, Faculty-Sponsored
Contact: Jane Medling, Faculty Adviser: jmedling@saddleback.edu
Meeting Date & Time: 2nd and 4th Mondays, 6pm-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.


ACLAMO Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Kenneth Hernandez, President: aclamo.sc@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Tuesdays, 11am-12pm
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.


Alpha Gamma Sigma Club

Club Status: Active, Faculty-Sponsored
Contact: Alannah Rosenberg, Faculty Adviser: arosenberg@saddleback.edu
Monday Meetings: Tuesdays: 4-5pm or Wednesdays: 6-7pm
Wednesday Meetings: Tuesdays: LRC 107 or Wednesdays: BGS 356
Mission: The purpose of this organization is to recognize and to promote student scholarship and service. 


Anime Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Shannon Lee & Lindsay Hanaford, Co-Presidents: 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. 


Archery Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: John Hateley, President: jmhateley@att.net
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: To provide those interested in archery a safe and educational environment to improve their archery skills as well as provide the opportunity to compete in tournaments at the regional and national levels.


Astronomy Club

Club Status: In Process
Contact: Tony Hardy, President: ahardy0@saddleback.edu
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: 


Baha'i Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Aria Ghalili, President: ariaghalili@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Thursdays, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 - The Leadership Lab
Mission: The purpose of this association shall be to further the tenets of the Baha'i Faith, to promote the unity of mankind, and to convey love and fellowship on campus by sponsoring various events such as lectures, gatherings, service projects, interfaith panels, social activities, and public meetings. 


Business Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Karl Garrison, President: saddlebackbusinessclub@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesday, 4pm-5pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 C - The Leadership Lab Conference Room
Mission: The purpose of this club is to provide Saddleback College students with the opportunity to get valuable, hands on experience with starting and maintaining a business, as well as providing a medium for established entrepreneurs and business owners to speak to students about their businesses. 


California Nursing Students Association (CNSA) Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: President: sc.cnsa.president@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
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.


Cinema Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Kendall Halliburton, President: cinemaclubsc@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Tuesdays, 12:30pm-1:30pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 C - The Leadership Lab Conference Room
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 Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Marco Alexi Sta Ana, President: saddlebackcollege.cki@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Fridays, 11am-12pm
Meeting Location: BGS 244
Mission: Provide service to the community and to campus; to provide the opportunity for leadership training through
service. The pledge of Circle K International shall be to uphold the objects of Circle K International, 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.


Collaborative Arts Club

Club Status: In Process, Faculty Sponsored
Contact: Erin O'Shea, Faculty Advisor: eshea@saddleback.edu
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: TBA


College Republicans Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: John Chetwynd, President: john.chetwynd1896@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesdays, 3pm-4pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 C - The Leadership Lab Conference Room
Mission: The purpose of the College Republicans at Saddleback College shall be to represent all Republican and Conservative students attending Saddleback College to foster the expression of Republican and conservative values and principles on the Saddleback Campus by offering a forum for political expression and to support Republican candidates for office at the national, state and local level; and to promote a commitment to community service. To do this, CRSB will hold meetings, provide for outreach, social events, voter registration, debates, etc. 


Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club

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


Gay Straight Alliance Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Cameron Tipton, President: saddlebackgsa.pride@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: March 16th & 30th, April 6th & 20th, May 4th 2pm-3:30pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 - The Leadership Lab
Mission: To create a safe space for all students, regardless of sexual orientation, sex, race, ethnicity, age, or socioeconomic class, to advocate equality for LGBT students, both on and off the campus, and to organize LGBT-related activities and protests.


Intercollegiate E-Sports Club

Club Status: In Process
Contact: Behrod Baghai, President: behrodbaghai@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: The Saddleback Esports Club purpose is to further the enjoyment and understanding of the Esports scene through: viewing parties, coaching, friendly scrimmages, social gatherings, and tournaments. Our ultimate goal is to provide a fun, non-toxic environment for players of all skill levels and intensities.


Jewish Student Organization (JSO) Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Gal Kohav, President: gal.lachish@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Mondays, 3pm-4pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 C - The Leadership Lab Conference Room
Mission: To create a Jewish community at Saddleback College in order to reinforce Jewish identity, encourage deep connection to students' Jewish roots, and share the Jewish culture with other Saddleback students.


LDS Student Association (LDSSA) Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Desiree Thatcher, President: born2illustrate@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Fridays, 9am-10am
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: To encourage and support members of the LDSSA in achieving their academic goals and maintaining a balanced life while on campus, encourage members of the LDSSA to become an influence for good by participating in activities and service on campus and in the community, and to provide students with meaningful service opportunities and social and religious activities which are consistent with the LDSSA standards.


Lending Love Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Eva Litvinova, President: lit.evaa@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Fridays, 12:00-12:30pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 - The Leadership Lab
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. 


Meditation & Mindfulness Realization Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Dylan Churchill, President: dchurch987@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: The purpose of Meditation and Mindfulness Realization Club is to provide an opportunity for students of the Saddleback College to build deeper connections within themselves and fellow students during their stay. We will be committed to asking deeper questions regarding our purpose as individuals in the whole of society. Aside from our role in society, we are committed to seeking spiritual gain in ways that connect us to the deeper aspects of our true nature. This will be achieved through meditation and intellectually stimulating as well as nourishing conversations.


Model United Nations Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Mariam El Hasan, President: mariamelhasan@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Mondays, 3:30-4:30pm
Meeting Location: BGS 339
Mission: The objectives of the Saddleback College MUN Club are to: bring together a community for the opportunity to learn about, explore, and become engaged in international affairs and the United Nations, and provide opportunities for students interested in international politics to explore possible future careers, mentoring, and extra-curricular educational opportunities.


Philosophy Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Christopher Zulch, President: cdzulch@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Mondays, 2:30-3:30pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 - The Leadership Lab
Mission: The objective of the Saddleback College Philosophy Club is to review and discuss philosophical material. We aim to broaden our members horizons and grow an appreciation for the liberal arts.


Phi Theta Kappa Club

Club Status: Active, Faculty-Sponsored
Contact: Alannah Rosenberg, Faculty Adviser: arosenberg@saddleback.edu
Meeting Date & Time: Tuesdays, 6-7pm
Meeting Location: LRC 107
Mission: The purpose of Beta Epsilon Beta, Saddleback College Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa shall be to promote scholarship, the development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of this college.


Pre-Law Society Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Raja Riahi, President: saddlebackprelaw@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesdays, 3pm-4:30pm
Meeting Location: BGS 327
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 1
Contact: Courtney Vega, President: saddlebackpremed@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: TBA - Please email saddlebackpremed@gmail.com for information
Meeting Location: TBA
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 1
Contact: Kenneth Phuong, President: saddlebackpridealliance@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Wednesdays, 12:00-1:30pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211C - The Leadership Lab Conference Room
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.


Psi Beta & Psychology Club

Club Status: Active, Level 1
Contact: Zoe Blanch, President: zoeblanch@yahoo.com
Meeting Date & Time: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 1:30-2:30pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211C - The Leadership Lab Conference Room
Mission: To serve as a means of national recognition of the students’ early interest in and dedication to the field of psychology and scholastic achievement, provide opportunities to become acquainted with and involved with the larger field of psychology, provide a forum for developing one’s perspective about psychology and for building a sense of community and identity with others in the field, enhance leadership skills and encourage research, provide greater opportunity for student/faculty interactions outside of the classroom, and benefit the campus and community through programs and services.


Spanish Club

Club Status: In Process
Contact: Sergio Avila, President: checo2ar@hotmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: TBA
Meeting Location: TBA
Mission: The purpose and goal of this club is to provide students and colleagues an opportunity to discover all the different types of Latin culture and their traditions. To promote classic Latin American festivities like the Spanish celebration ofTomatina in Spain, Dia de los Muertos in Latin America, the Carnaval de Brazil and many other cultural enriching celebrations. As well as to provide exquisite dishes and seasonal pastries from other countries. Another goal for the Spanish Club is to encourage students to practice Spanish outside of class, this will help students become more fluent in their second language and give them the opportunity to become both bilingual and bicultural. The Spanish Club wants to provide a sense of community to Saddleback students for everyone to enjoy and give a zone for students to relax and practice their developing language.


Superfriends Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Noah Baker, President: noahjessebaker@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Tuesdays, 1:45pm-2:45pm
Meeting Location: SSC 211 - The Leadership Lab
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 among 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.


Young Americans for Freedom Club

Club Status: Active, Level 2
Contact: Gabi Aguilar, President: gabiaguilar0818@gmail.com
Meeting Date & Time: Mondays, 2pm-3pm
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.