Student Clubs



Associated Students of College of Marin (ASCOM) and clubs at the College of Marin (COM) are student-initiated and run. Involvement outside of the classroom provides opportunities to develop valuable leadership skills, explore areas of interest and passion, and prepare students for transfer to a four-year institution, or future career opportunities.  Students learn effective communication skills, cross-cultural experiences across populations, how to work with others, and make friends.

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Interclub Council

The Inter-Club Council (ICC) is a student-run organization that oversees the work and progress of student clubs on Campus and is also an auxiliary committee of ASCOM for this matter. ICC is an open floor for student clubs to be able to collaborate, share ideas, and discuss any other student interest-related topics together as a team during the ICC Meetings, in which each student club is represented by an ICC representative that has been elected. ICC aims to serve as a bridge for ASCOM, Clubs, and the student body to have the opportunity to build a community, advocate for students, and improve social life on Campus.

Student Clubs

*Please note that ALL student clubs become inactive at the end of each semester and must be reactivated the following semester by submitting a new and updated membership roster.

There are a variety of student clubs at COM, including those that focus on academics, transferring to a college or university, careers, culture/diversity, honor societies, and special interest topics.  

Students who want to start a new club must:  

  • Fill out a registration packet and meet with a representative in the Student Activities and Advocacy Office to confirm that all paperwork is complete. 
  • Have at least six currently registered COM students as members. 
  • Officers must have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA and be currently enrolled in one course. 
  • Have an advisor who is a COM employee (faculty or staff member). 
  • Submit a Constitution.

Students who want to reactivate a returning club must: 

  • Submit a completed "Club Renewal" form by the end of the first full month in each semester. 
  • Have at least six currently registered COM students as members. 
  • Officers must have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA and five units. 
  • Have an advisor who is a COM employee (faculty or staff member). 

Current Clubs


Academic Honors

Alpha Gamma Sigma (Active)
Promotes scholarships for qualifying students and encourages community involvement, qualified membership will be noted on the official transcript.
Contact: Andrea ( - Advisor),Luna ( Advisor),Trine ( Advisor) or Facebook


Arts and Entertainment

COM Art and Design Club (Active)
To cultivate a community of student artists, to collaborate, share, and celebrate art. Bring art projects to COM campus, engage in discussions, critique, and have art shows.
Contact: Laura Richard (LRichard@marin.eduAdvisor)

COM Funky Jams Club (Inactive)
To establish an inclusive musical community.
Contact: Trevor ( - Advisor)

Drama Club (Active)
Promote appreciation for livr theater, see live perfromances, and publicity and appreciation of the COM drama department and perfromences.
Contact: Erin Mcbride Africa (emcbrideafrica@marin.eduAdvisor)

Inky Fingers (Inactive)
To collect donated student prints each semester to be sold at our annual Fall sale to buy studio supplies.
Contact: Daria ( - Advisor)

Script Slayers (Active)
We meet to explore dramatic literature and collaboratively bring pieces alive, while examining the historical and societal impact of PF theatre.
Contact: Erin McBride Africa (



Cultural/Ethnic/Population Specific Interest 

Heritage of Asia & the Pacific (Active)
To provide representation on campus for students and staff of Asian Pacific Islander and Desi American heritage, a safe space to celebrate our cultures or discuss issues, as well as a connection point for our community to access resources for professional or personal success .
Contact: Rebecca Yim ( Advisor)

Puente (Academic based)
A Latino Interest Learning Community tied to academic success, graduation, and transfer.
Contact: Luz ( - Faculty)

Umoja (Academic based)
An African American Interest Learning Community tied to academic success, graduation, and transfer.
Contact: Troy ( - Faculty)



Anthropology Club (Active)
To bring people with a love Anthropology together so we can learn& have fun discusions about recent finds and discoveries in the many diffrent feilds of Anthropology,
Contact: Jessica Park ( - Advisor), Lisa Schwappach ( Advisor)

Environmental Action Club (Active)
Aims to increase the environmental awareness of COM students and works to build a more sustainable campus and community. 
Contact: Joe ( - Advisor

Sustainability Club (Inactive)
Providing an integrated learning experience on sustainablility for COM students. Club activities will promote the appreciation and use of land considering sustainability principles.
Contact: Fernando Agudelo-Silva ( - Advisor)

The Naturalists Club (Active)
To go on guided extraciricular field trips to better understand and appreciate our natural landscape. 
Contact: Joe Mueller ( Advisor)



Student Nurses Association (Active)
To conduct buiness for the nursing students, and support the students and faculty as needed.
Contact: Lori michelngelo ( - Advisor)


Political and Social Action

The Model United Nation Club (MUN) (Active)
To prepare students to attend Model U.N. conferences, where we join students from all over the world to debate international issues and work together on resolutions to make the world a better place. 
Contact: Paul ( - Advisor)

Abortion Rights Club (Inactive)
To help people more easily access abortions. to create community around abortion at COM, in Marin, CA, and beyond.
Contact: Susan ( - Advisor)

Students for Social Justice (Inactive)
Students for Social Justice works to create an atmosphere of equity at College of Marin and our community by tackling social injustice both locally and globally.
Contact: Susan ( - Advisor)

Philosophy Club (Active)
To engage in philosophical topics and have healthy debates. We also will have conversations about general philosophies and their applications.
Contact: John Marmysz (

Political Discussion & Debate  Club (Active)
To provide COM students with a safe space to expose themselves to new ideas & practice their debate skills.
Contact: Paul Cheney (



Professional and Workforce Development

Architecture Enthusiast Club (Inactive)
Brings architects and likeminded designers, thinkers, and others who are interested in discussing and learning about architecture together.
Contact: Elisabeth Doerman ( - Advisor)

Computer Science Club (Inactive)
Connecting computer science students with peers who can network and learn more about the industry.
Contact: Paul ( - Advisor)

Data Science Club (Inactive)
A community where Data Science projects can be worked on as a team, knowledge can be shared, and discussions can take place.
Contact: David Everitt ( - Advisor)

Economics Club (Active)
To inform College of marin students of the latest Macro and Micro economic trends. 
Contact: Hector Saez( - Advisor)

Entrepreneurs' Club (Inactive)
To help individuals and students discover their why and true passions. This club may appeal to anyone who is intrested in business, wants to own their business, or has absolutely no iudea which direction or what caeer path they should take.  
Contact: Timothy Wat( - Advisor)

Transfer Club (Inactive)
To build a stronger culture at College of Marin by being an active link between the Transfer and Career Center and students. The Transfer club aims to provide peer support and up to- date information to students planning to transfer to four-year colleges  or universities.
Contact: Abby Mallari ( Advisor)



Badminton Club (Inactive)
Play and learn badminton, all welcome.
Contact: Scott ( - Advisor )

Cycling Club (Inactive)
To build a community around cycling at COM. 
Contact: Emily Fox ( - Advisor ) Yahica Crawford ( - Advisor

Chess Club (Inactive)
To promote the enjoyment and strategic thinking that the game of chess provides by creating a supportive and inclusive enviornment for players of ll levels to learn,play,and improve together. 
Contact: Marco Gonzales ( - Advisor)

Lifters Society (Inctive)
A great group to connect with fellow peers around physical fitness and personal development. The club will foster a culture of mutual support and progress tracking.
Contact: Hien D. Nguyen ( - Advisor)



Unloaded (Inactive)
Supporting students at College of Marin who are curious about or affected by substance use, substance addiction, or behaviorial addiction.
Contact: Yashica Crawford ( - Advisor)



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