Student Clubs & Organizations
Chemeketa has many student clubs and organizations for special interests, career fields, cultural diversity, recreation, sports, politics, community service, social events and more.
Whether you want to start a new club or join an existing club, we’re here to help you get involved in life at Chemeketa. To start or re-activate a club, contact Joel Gisbert at the Salem Campus or YVC Student Leaders at the Yamhill Valley Campus.
Yamhill Valley Student Clubs & Organizations
You can become involved in a number of different clubs while you are at Chemeketa. Clubs can be academic, curriculum-related, activity-oriented or based on a specific interest. Club sponsored events include special lunches, dances, displays, trips, fairs and more.
We are currently seeking input for the types of clubs and organizations students are interested in starting at the Yamhill Valley campus.
The clubs that are currently active at the Yamhill Valley Campus are –
- Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Club
This club offers a welcoming and supportive safe space for LGBTQ+ people and their allies, discuss LGBTQ issues and plans events related to the LGBTQ+ Topics.
- Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and encourages scholarship among two-year college students. PTK also provides opportunity for leadership, service, scholarship and fellowship in an intellectual and community-oriented environment.
- Spanish Club
This club's purpose is to immerse students in the Spanish language and culture through conversation and community. Spanish club is open to anyone interested in practicing Spanish-speaking skills. Explore new cultures through conversation, Spanish language movies, fun activities, and delicious snacks. Join us for club meetings and Spanish movie days through-out the term.
If you don't see a club you'd like to participate in, you can start a new club. You only need three interested students and a staff or faculty advisor. If you have questions about a club, or if you are interested in starting a club, please contact our student leaders.
- Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Club
- Ballroom Dance Club
Campus Ambassadors works to develop a community in which students have an opportunity to share, discuss, and deepen their relationship with Jesus. The club attracts a diverse collection of students who are equipped with the enlightenment to serve the community. Students' lives are transformed by the love of Jesus.
Wednesday's, 12:30 - 2:30 PM
Building 5, Room 112
Chemeketa Chess Club
Chemeketa Chess Club engages students to learn how to play as well as learn strategies to improve skill and critical thinking. We invite you to stop by and play chess with us, while connecting with staff and students on campus.
If you have questions, please contact us with the links provided below to our email address.
Chemeketa Players Club (CCC Theater Club)
The prupose of the club is to support and develop the CCC Theater community by providing them with opportunities for training, performance and education.
Chemeketa Service Leaders
The purpose of Chemeketa Service Leaders is to invite students to participate in service learning, fundraising and/or mentoring events that benefit the community and enhance a student's educational experience.
Ashley Hackett, 503.399.2397
Every Wednesday in BLDG 2, Room 232 at 12:30pm
- Competitive Fighting Games (CFGC)
- International Club
Japanese Culture Club
The mission and purpose of the Japanese Culture Club is to expand understanding and increase cultural information related to Japanese traditions, arts, language and culture to students at Chemeketa. We welcome all students from all cultures.
President: Kyoka Ninshini
Wednesdays at 2:30 - 3:30 PM in BLDG 2, Room 232.
- Order Of the Stitches (Crotchet Club)
- Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society
- Radio, Rocketry & Robotics
Rainbow Legion Club
The Rainbow Legion Club promotes an inclusive and learning environment for all students. In addition, the Rainbow Legion Club educates the community about LGBTQ+ populations, history, resources/services, and academic/social needs.
- SAW (Student Association of Woodburn Club)
Student Nurse Organization (SNO)
The purpose of SNO is to support student nurses through their educational path and to reach their educational goals as future members of the medical profession. The mission of SNO is to coordinate events and projects that promote student nurse academic success and leadership development.
Connie Riecke, 503.399.5266
To be determined
- Video Game Club