Interested in Starting or Joining a Club? Let us know!

Email Isabel Duenas (Director of Retention and Student Life) or ASWCC (Associated Students of Woodland Community College for more information.


Woodland Community College has a variety of clubs on campus. Each club is structured around a specific interest. Clubs provide a structured avenue for students to voice concerns and seek the support of fellow students. The Office of Retention and Student Life supervises and assists college clubs and organizations in the planning of educational, social and cultural activities. A current listing of active clubs, their purpose, and contact information is available below.

Starting a Club

Students wishing to start a club at either the Woodland, Lake, or Colusa campuses are all chartered through the Associated Students of Woodland Community College.

To start a club, students need to complete a Charter Packet, which lists the stated purpose of the club, membership, advisor, and a club constitution. Club Charter Packets must bet turned into the Office of Retention and Student Life located in the Eagle’s Perch Room 802/809 or emailed to Isabel Duenas. Once the Charter Packet has been reviewed and confirmed for eligibility, Isabel will email the advisor once approval has been made by ASWCC. ASWCC meetings occur every Thursday from 12:00-1:00pm in Room 113.

Approved clubs may use Woodland Community College facilities free of charge. Club activities and meetings must be approved through the Office of Retention and Student Life at Woodland Community College. Following college-specific guidelines, banners and flyers may be posted on district property.

Woodland Community College Active Clubs

Ag Club 

Advisor: Candice Stafford-Banks

Department: Agriculture

Contact Info:


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Pre-Health Professions Club

Advisor: Lorena Navarro

Department: MESA

Contact Info:

President: Dua Hassan

About the club: Build a pre-health professions student community at Woodland Community College and provide students with resources, opportunities and guidance on their journey to future careers in pre-health professions.


Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Advisor: Glen Holderreed

Department: Business/Entrepreneurship

Contact Info:

President: Aaron Garcia

About the club: Training students for future business leadership positions. The primary purpose of this organization shall be for students to come together to participate in discussions and activities related to the field of Business and promote an Entrepreneurial Attitude on the Woodland Community College campus.


Computer Science Club 

Advisor: Shawn Lanier

Department: Math

Contact Info:

President: Jostin Menjivar

About the club: Give individuals interested in software engineering a platform to work on collective projects and further develop coding skills.


Recovery Scholars Club, LCC

Advisor: Mary Wilson


Contact Info:

President: Dustin Lawson

About the club: This organizations primary purpose is to inspire, assist, and empower those who have either in the past or currently struggle with any form of addiction, previously been incarcerated, as well as those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds to achieve a better quality of life through education, while also building self-resilience to overcome the numerous challenges they may face.

Helpful Forms for Student Clubs

Getting Started
Charter Packet – start a new student club or renew your club existing club

Running Meetings
Agenda Template – create agendas for official meetings
Minutes Template – keep minutes of official meetings
Robert’s Rules of Order – recommended procedure for running meetings

Planning Events
Facilities Request Form – reserve facilities and equipment
Postering Policy – rules for posting or handing out flyers
Photo Release Form – for posting photos on your webpage
Field Trip/Excursion Forms – for off-campus events and travel

Handling Finances
Purchase Requisition – use club funds to purchase materials or food for events
Deposit Slip – deposit money into club account
Annual Budget Update – submit to ASWCC at end of each academic year