Office of Vice President of Academics and  Student Success


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If you need help getting the word out about a gathering, event, or something else of interest to students –  ASG can help with that.  Email Student Government and let them know:


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Along with traditional course work, out-of-class activities, clubs and other campus organizations are an important part of a student’s education. At Clatsop, there are recreation and social activities throughout the year. Student clubs and activities are for academically enrolled students to participate in.

If you have a special interest, you are invited to form a club and seek Associated Student Government (ASG) approval as a recognized student organization.  

Go to the Dean of Student Success in Columbia Hall, room 115 to request a club application packet or click on the link below.

Clubs must send at least one officer to an ASG meeting when proposing a new club or renewing a past club.

Latino Club

Be actively involved in the campus and local community while fostering the development of leadership skills in a supportive environment. 


For more information, contact club advisors: 

Hazel Martinez,, (503) 338-2330 

Eileen ‘Percy’ Purcell,, (503) 338-2557

Nursing Club

Nursing students come together for support, encouragement, learning and projects.  Host an annual Red Cross Blood Drive. 


For more information, contact club advisors: 

Devon Weaver,, 503-338-2401

Carolyn Adler,, 503-338-2467

PTK (Phi Theta Kappa) Club

Members of the Pi Phi chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa international honor society meet, network and host events. 


For more information, contact club advisors: 

Deac Guidi,, (503) 338-2476 

Celeste Petersen,, (503) 338-2312

Rising LITes Club

Students who have graduated from the Lives in Transition program meet, have fun and support each other. 


For more information, contact club advisor: 

Mindy Stokes,, (503) 338-2378

Table Top Games Club

Students interested in playing Dungeons and Dragons & Magic the Gathering meet to play table top games, relieve stress, and connect with peers.


For more information, contact club advisor:

Kellie Musgrove,, 503-338-2526

LGBTQ+ and Allies Club

This club provides a service to the students of CCC who fall into the LGBTQ+ population with a goal to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus.


For more information, contact club advisor:
Amanda Cortez,, (503) 338-2318

Sports Club

HIPS (Historic Preservation Students) Club

Rain Magazine

Rain Magazine is Clatsop Community College's only student-led publication. The magazine is put together by the students enrolled in Winter term's Writing 270: Literary Publications class, though the production of the magazine--from promotion to launch to distribution--is a year-long endeavor, which is why Rain has been categorized as a student club in the past.

For over fifty years Rain Magazine has been sharing the art and literature of the campus and the local community with the support of our student body and regional businesses. Each year our launch party--the sole literary event on campus--brings the whole community together for to celebrate our local talents. Many CCC students' first publication credit comes from Rain Magazine.

For more information on how to contribute or join Rain Magazine, contact the club advisor:

Ryan Hume,, 503-367-0766