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  • The variety of active clubs and organizations at Century College sets us apart. Our students are involved and want to make a difference at Century College.

    Whether you would like to join student government, a club that fits your interests, or simply stay active and meet new people, the clubs and organizations at Century College provide you with a variety of options.

    And if you don't see one that fits your interests, start your own!

    Get involved!

Student Clubs & Organizations

Addiction Counseling Club

  • Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Al Brown, 651-779-3457, E2258c.

American Sign Language Club

  • Members educate on ASL and deaf culture. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Patricia Secrest, 651-779-5766, W1234.

Anime Club

  • Come and meet people who love Anime! Everyone is Welcome! Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: John Anderl, 651-747-4058, W1118; Neil Johnston, 651-779-3202, W1053.

Art Club

  • Open to anyone!
  • Meeting: Wednesdays in W1040
    Contact: Robbie Spencer, 651-773-1724, W1052.

Asian Student Association

  • Open to anyone. Members celebrate and educate the campus community about different Asian cultures and identities. Events includes the annual Eggroll Sales, Lunar New Year Celebration, and so much more!
    Contact: Pa Ku Lee, 651-773-1793, W1222.

American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)

Badminton Club

  • The Badminton Club is alive and well and would like to invite you to join. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Chris Yahnke, 651-779-3322, W1213.

BEAM Club (Business, Entrepreneur, Accounting, Management) 

  • This club is open to any student interested in business, entrepreneurship, accounting, and markting. Currently this club is under construction, so look for more information coming soon. 
    Contact: Lynn Smaagard, E2243.

Black Student Association

  • Members celebrate and promote African American history and community. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
  • Meeting: Tuesdays from 2-4pm in W2520
    Contact: Elizabeth Murry, 651-779-3917, W2465.

Century College Information & Telecommunication Association

  • Members participate in professional development events and learn about careers in the IT field.
    Contact: Luke Andresen, 651-779-3236, E1744.

Century Gamers Club

  • This new club is your one stop for all your gaming interests and needs! The club doesnt focus on any one specific game or type, but shares a general appreciation for all that is gaming. To join or for more info, email the advisor listed below.  
    Contact: Erik Halvorson, 651-773-1747, W2410A.

Century Karen Club

  • Members of the club strive to support one another in college and to let others know more about the Karen culture and history.  
    Contact: Pa Ku Lee, 651-773-1793, W1222 or Garett Smith, 651-779-3958, E1573.

The Century Times/Student Newspaper

  • Members develop and produce the Century Times newspaper. Please contact the club advisor to get involved! All students are welcome!
    Contact: Cathy Crea, 651-747-4060, W3401. Eric Harmon, 651-779-3408, W3362.

Chinese Culture Club

  • Members plan and host various educational events on campus. 
    Contact: Yanmei Jiang, 651-773-1760, W3363.

Computer Science

  • Members partake in all things computer science to expand, educate, and network within the field. 
    Contact: Zakaria Banani, 651-779-3945, W3077.

Dental Assistant Community

  • Members explore careers and plan campus events.
    Contact: Kelly Scheurer, 651-779-5814, E3682.

Dehackers Club

  • Activities, speakers, and their events around the area of computer forensics.
    Contact: Kristy Livingston, 651-779-5833, E1741.

The Sketchbook Society (formly Drawing Club)

  • Do you like to draw? Us too! Email the advisor to get more info about The Sketchbook Society
  • Meeting: Tuesday & Thursday at 3:15-5:30pm in W1070
    Contact: Dawn Saks, 651-779-3966, W1061.

Education Club

  • This club focuses on those pursuing and supporting education as a field. Please contact club advisor below for dates and location this semester. 
    Contact: Adam Rambow, 651-779-3959, E3959 .

Energy Club

  • Members explore careers and plan campus events.
    Contact: Scott Randall, 651-747-4042, E1376.

Engineering Club

  • Members explore careers and plan campus events.
    Contact: Megan Jaunich, 651-748-5329, E2843.

Epic Movement

  • This group meets regularly for Bible Studies. 
    Contact: Carol Jacobson, 651-747-4062, W3407.

Film Club

  • Members meet to discuss and appreciate all types of film. 
    Contact: Nicole Hinrichs, 651-779-3394, W2104.

Flag Football Club 

  • A flag football organization that incorporates other activity into its mission.
    Contact: Chris Yahnke, 651-779-3322, W1213.

Horticulture Club

  • For anyone and everyone interested in the world of horticulture. Please email or contact our advisor for more club info. 
    Contact: Brian Schlottman, 651-748-2616, W3384.

International Student Association

  • Mission: To be united as an international student community despite our diversified lingual, cultural, national and religious backgrounds across the world. And to strengthen individuals of this community by building confidence among the international students as they face a new challenging environment while they do studies in USA.
    Contact: David Mekala, 651-773-1702, E2699.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

  • Members plan campus events and meet weekly for Bible study and fellowship. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Steve Odmark, 651-779-5836, W1117.

K-pop

  • Members focus on and appreciate all things Korean pop. The dance, the culture, everything! For information about club meeting times and location please email the contact below. 
    Contact: Michelle Maczuga, 651-773-1795.

Kitchen & Bath Design

  • This club focuses on networking and educating in the Kitchen & Bath Design field. 
    Contact: Margaret Krohn, 651-748-2600, E1312.

League of Legends

  • Members focus on the game League of Legends community. Please contact advisor with any questions, including time and date of meeting this semester. 
    Contact: Chris Yahnke, 651-779-3322, W1213.

Love Your Melon

  • This is the local branch of the nation wide Love Your Melon organization. 
    Contact: Brittany Kerschner, 651-779-3340, W3394.

Movimiento Latino

  • Members celebrate and promote education on the Latino culture. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Yessica Santana, 651-747-4089, W1224.

Mountain of Fire Ministries (MFM) Campus fellowship

  • All are welcome, come as you are, it does not matter what stage you are or what you may be going through. Come, let us navigate to it together through practical problem solving meetings organized to help fulfill our destiny. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Israel Emmanuel, 651-494-2500, E2788.

Music for a Cause

  • This club has taken a music approach to community engagement and change. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
  • Meeting: Thursdays from 2:15-4:15pm in W2045
    Contact: Shirley Mier, 651-779-3213, W2046.

Nursing Club

  • Pre-nursing and nursing students connect and invite leaders of the profession to come and speak on interesting nursing topics. Please contact advisor for up to date meeting time and location.  
    Contact: Shelly Graening, 651-779-3440.

Nutrition Club

  • All Century College students interested in Nutrition Science, especially, Health Sciences students who want to connect with other like-minded students and explore nutrition as a topic and its relation to human health. Come join us. Please contact club advisor for up to date meeting time and location. 
    Contact: Anna Gryczman, 651-748-2634.

Orthotic and Prosthetic Student Association (OPSA)

  • Members plan eight campus events annually. Raise awareness of Orthotics and Prosthetics throughout the community. Plan two annual fundraisers for Orthotic and Prosthetic related causes. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Joanna Kenton, 651-444-2087, E1357.

Planning Activities Committee (PAC)

  • Members plan and execute campus-wide events including Wood Duck Days, Fright Walk and Blizzard Blast.
  • Meeting: Thursdays at 11:00am in the GPS Lifeplan Center (W1230)
    Contact: Malena Vang, W1216.

Phi Theta Kappa

  • Phi Theta Kappa is Honors Organization that explores scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service. 
  • Meeting: Fridays at 11:00am in the GPS Lifeplan Center (W1230)
    ​Contact: Chris Yahnke, 651-779-3322; Rahul Kane, 651-779-3467, E2842
    PTK office, 651-779-3333, W1214.

Pumping Ducks Club

  • Come get your pump on with the Pumping Ducks. This club is all about fitness and well being.
    Contact: Pheng Vang, 651-779-5821, W2526.

P.R.I.D.E. (People Representing Intersectionality, Diversity, & Excellence)

  • Members gather to discuss and explore gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and ally issues.
  • Meeting: every Wednesday at 12:00-2:00pm in the West Cafeteria Conference Room (W1420)
    Contact: Chris Yahnke, 651-779-3322, W1213.

Rad Tech Community

  • Members explore radiology as a career and plan campus events.
    Contact: Laura Littleton, 651-779-3350, E3261.

Spanish Club

  • Welcomes Spanish speakers and those who want to learn, and plans a variety of activities, including salsa lessons. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Marcela Estibill, 651-779-5780, W2073.

Student Senate

  • Student Senate acts as the "voice of the student body" for the students here at Century College. If you'd like to get more involved shoot Jenn an email for more info!
  • Meeting: Every Wednesday at 2:30pm in W1420
    Contact: Jenn Rassett, 651-779-4015, W1211.

Social Change Community

  • This community works to enlighten the student body and Century College community on the real work issues and topics effecting our students. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Angela Coffee, 651-779-3406, W3364.

Turning Point USA

  • Educate students about the importance of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and limited government. 
    Contact: Renee Zima, 651-779-5551, E1427.

Veteran's Club

  • Club supports and celebrates the Veterans of the Armed Forces. Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Steve Anderson, 651-779-5761, W3422.

Women in STEM

  • Please contact the club advisor to get involved!
    Contact: Megan Jaunich, 651-748-5329, E2843.