Students are encouraged to broaden their horizons by participating in club activities at Cypress College. Clubs are organized to involve the student in specialized fields of interest or service to the college and community. The clubs and organizations at the college can be listed in four categories:
- Academic achievement
- Special interest
The meeting times for all clubs can be obtained from the Office of Student Activities in the Student Center. The following is a complete list of Cypress’ campus clubs and organizations:
- Anime Club
- ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers) Club
- Aviation & Travel Careers Club
- Business Club
- Campus Christians
- CARP (Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles) Club
- Cheer Club
- Chemistry Club
- Circle K International Club
- Court Reporting Club
- Creative Guild
- Cyber Security Computer Engineering Club
- Cypress College Veterans Organization
- Dance Club
- Feminists United
- Film Club
- F.I.T.E. Club (From Incarcerated to Empowered)
- Honors Club
- Human Services Club
- Interculture Club
- International Club
- Japanese Culture Club
- La Raza Club
- Lively Arts Club
- Math Club
- MSA Club (Muslim Students Association)
- Psychiatric Technology Club
- Psychology Club
- QSA Club (Queer/Straight Alliance)
- Random Acts of Kindness Club
- STEM Club (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
Academic Achievement Club
The Honors Club is the college’s academic club. Their main goal is to increase and promote academic excellence among students. The clubs provide service to the school and hold fund-raising activities to earn money for scholarships. Sigma Psi is the campus chapter of Alpha Gamma Sigma and the Honors Club is the support club for the Honors Program.
Cultural clubs provide students with an opportunity to experience other cultures as well as to meet students with similar backgrounds. In addition, they provide a link to the political and social events shaping the world of today.
Interest clubs provide a place or event for students to share a common interest or a chance to experience something new.
Religious clubs promote a particular religion as well as provide a place for students to come together in their faith.
Students are expected to dress in good taste. Attending class or entering any campus building while barefooted or bare-chested is specifically prohibited.