Clubs and Organizations

Clubs play an important role on the California Baptist University campus by encouraging students to pursue interests, develop leadership skills, create meaningful relationships and enhance academic achievements.

Interested in starting a club? Clubs are student led and staff supported. You can find more detailed information under the Community Life tab on InsideCBU where you will find the club application which you can fill out anytime throughout the academic year. 

Interested in joining a club? See a full list of clubs below and feel free to contact the appropriate club president. You are also invited to join us at the Club Fair, September 13, 2019. This event is an opportunity to connect with the clubs in person as they give you a glimpse of their mission and how to get involved. It is also a chance for clubs to recruit and network for future collaborations.

We are committed to ensuring your success as you participate in clubs. Any questions please contact jdaily@calbaptist.edu.

For a calendar on all of the club events happening on campus, see below.

 

If you are seeking to contact any Clubs on campus for speaking engagements or promotional opportunities, please contact Josh Daily, Program Coordinator for Clubs and Events.  (jdaily@calbaptist.edu)


Accounting Society

The mission of the Accounting Society is to provide opportunities for students to make connections and to network with future employers.

Contacts

Sienna Schroeder, president

Ellen Kaminski, advisor

Association for Computing Machinery Chapter 

The mission of the Association for Computing Machinery Chapter (ACM) is to develop and maintain a respectful, close-knit community of students who are passionate about computer science for the purpose of learning, creating, and professional development. 

Contacts

Robert Sollie, president

Michael Kolta, advisor

Active Minds 

The mission of Active Minds is to break the stigma surrounding mental health by discussing an integrated faith perspective. In doing so, we wish to improve mental health through various factors that are grounded in Jesus. 

Contacts

Gurleen Kaur, president

Virgo Handojo, advisor

Architecture - Engineering - Construction 

The mission of the Architecture - Engineering - Construction Club (AEC) is to connect students with aspirations for construction careers with other students, industry advisors and potential employers to help develop their education and future careers.

Contacts

Sophia Siemens, president

Jay Lee, advisor

American Institute of Chemical Engineering

The mission of the American Institute of Chemical Engineering (AIChE) Club is to promote excellence in chemical engineering by providing educational activities and events.

Contacts

Nathan Castro, president

Xueyan Zhao, advisor

American Institute of Architecture Students

The mission of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is to advance the architecture program and the AIAS in design, leadership and service within the context of the university.

Contacts

Jameica Demercado, president

Susan Duemer, advisor

American Medical Women's Association

The mission of the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) is to bring together those in health-related fields to promote women's health, as well as support members' professional and personal development. 

Contacts

Emely Duran, president

Marshare Penny, advisor

American Society of Civil Engineers 

The mission of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is to provide our members with opportunities to enforce classroom knowledge through participation in real world situations and in serving the community with civil engineering skills.

Contacts

Cole McManus, president

Michael Nalbandian, advisor

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

The mission of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is to encourage mechanical engineering and engineering technology majors to become involved in their ASME student section as an initial step in their program of professional development.

Contacts

Jaime Gonzalez, president

Keith Hekman, advisor

Army ROTC

The mission of the Army ROTC is to offer people who are interested in the military an opportunity to become something much more than themselves while obtaining a college education.

Contacts

Nathan Tucker, president

Ryan Hamilton, advisor

Art Club

The mission of the Art Club is to provide students from all disciplines with a creative outlet and a space and place to gather and make things on campus.

Contacts

Emmanuelle Evans, president

Kristine Lippire, advisor

Art Therapy & Wellness Club

Student members will create with a community through various art therapy techniques to overall benefit their wellness and mental health. Art will be used as a channel of expression and connection.

Contacts

Oliva Cain, president

Julie Dobbins, advisor

ASA (Aspiring Surgeons Association)

The ASA's mission is to build a community centered on their desire to pursue a career in surgery. We thrive to hold a strong foundation for students to network with surgeons, Doctors, PA's & nurses.

Contacts

Roxanne Tirado, president

Marilyn Panaro, advisor

ASL Club 

Throughout the year, the ASL Club will be involved in various events in order to become assimilated into Deaf Culture. We will also bridge the cultural gap to share the Gospel with the deaf community. 

Contacts

Mia Greenawalt, president

Daniel Blair, advisor

Athletic Training Student Organization

The mission of the Athletic Training Student Organization (ATSO) aims to promote the athletic training profession by educating students and the public through hosted events and volunteer programs.

Contacts

Caleb Rogers, president

Jolene Dickert, advisor

Aviation Science

The mission of the Aviation Science Club is to provide members with general aviation information, related events and a sense of comradery within the aviation community.

Contacts

Austin Apple, president

Creighton Goodman, advisor

Biology Club

The mission of the Biology Club is to develop a passion for the biological sciences and a deeper admiration of God's creation.

Contacts

Phillip Ndowu, president

Daniel Szeto, advisor

Biomedical Engineering Society

The mission of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is to provide a place for all those interested in biomedical engineering to learn more about BME, get involved in BME activities and meet fellow minded people.

Contacts

Marleigh Saenz, president

Seung-Jae Kim, advisor

Botany Club 

The mission of the Botany Club is for students on any academic path interested in the scientific and cultural importance of plants, fungi, and algae. The Botany Club's purpose is to understand the beauty of creation. 

Contacts

Mariah Vertulfo, president

Jacob Lanphere, advisor

Cars and Coffee

The mission of Cars and Coffee is to bring car enthusiasts together to show off their cars and learn from fellow car enthusiasts. C&C houses the car culture of CBU and strives to bring community to all car lovers. 

Contacts

Riley Evans, president

Josh Bostanic, advisor

Chemistry Club

The mission of the Chemistry Club is to encourage a love for chemistry through events and demonstrations for CBU students and the surrounding community.

Contacts

Shannon Bivens, president

Jenifer Nalbandian, advisor

Concrete Canoe Club

To develop and foster skills of Engineers through the design and construction of concrete canoes.

Contacts

Nathan Sells, president

Michael Nalbandian, advisor

Creative Writing Club

The mission of the Creative Writing Club is to provide a fun and safe environment where students can share their creative work without fear of judgment or ridicule.

Contacts

Clarissa Rossman, president

Jennifer Tronti, advisor

Cure CBU 

The mission of CURE CBU is to engage students in Jesus' call to "heal the sick and proclaim the kingdom of God" (Luke 9:2). 

Contacts

Jacqueline Blanco, president

Lisa Friesen, advisor

Disney Club

The mission of the Disney Club is to create a welcoming community for students to gather in a fun and stress-free environment, while connecting with their inner child through movies, games, and trips. 

Contacts

Mary Shanks, president

Jeffery Barnes, advisor

Early Childhood Studies Club 

The mission of the Early Childhood Studies Club is service, leadership and advocacy for young children. The Early Childhood Studies Club is also dedicated to the four university student outcomes. 

Contacts

Allison Whiteford, president

Kathryn Short, advisor

Environmental Health Club 

The mission of the Environmental Health Club aims to inform and educate the student body on the importance of environmental health and how it plays a part in our society.

Contacts

Jacob Shonkwiler, president

Lindsay Fahnestock, advisor

Environmental Science Club

The mission of the Environmental Science Club aims to connect students who share interests in the natural sciences, outdoor activities and sustainable living.

Contacts

Sabrina Tamimi, president

Bonjun Koo, advisor

Forensic Psychology Club 

The mission of the Forensic Psychology Club is to build meaningful relationships and celebrate diversity through service and mentorship. 

Contacts

Joleen Koroluck, president

Anne-Marie Larsen, advisor

Game Knights Club 

The mission of the Game Knights Club is to offer students a place of joy, laughter, and fellowship after a long week. The acronym for our club is G.A.M.E.S. (Great Adventures Make Everyone Smile). Our club allows our members to join together for a night of great adventures through a variety of board and card games, which will bring smiles to all participating.

Contacts

Thomas Casazza, president

Ted Grant, advisor

Graduate Kinesiology Club 

The mission of the Graduate Kinesiology Club is to provide a productive atmosphere for student involvement in the field of Kinesiology through research and community involvement. 

Contacts

Nelly Isidoro Sanchez, president

Jong-Kyung Kim, advisor

Growth in Healthcare Club

This club helps provide a pathway where students may gain experience and exposure to gaining relative career or healthcare experience.

Contacts

Omni Patel, president

Ashley Parks, advisor

Health Science Society

The mission of the Health Science Society is to help future health care workers obtain career information, hold events in which students are connected to faculty from CBU and other graduate universities. 

Contacts

JasonAngelo Raniaga, president

Alexandra Shin, advisor

IdeaLaunchPad

The mission of IdeaLaunchPad is to bring students from all types of majors together to provide the real-world experience of building products and services into innovation profit-making small businesses. 

Contacts

Nicholas Harold, president

Nolan Gouveia, advisor

Illustrator's Club

Get creative: a chance to come together as an artistic community to exchange ideas, feedback, and laughs.

Contacts

Elijah Tronti, president

Nancy Ward, advisor

Industrial and Systems Engineering Club

The mission of the club is to provide a platform for young minds who have a passion for making a difference, improving efficiency, reducing waste, and providing a better and safer working environment.

Contacts

Joyelle Lee, president

Jun Zhang, advisor

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Student Chapter

The mission of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Student Chapter (IEEE) is to bring students together through camaraderie, intellectual and spiritual growth and the understanding of electrical and computer engineering.

Contacts

Jordan Miller, president

Rod Foist, advisor

International Justice Mission

The mission of the International Justice Mission (IJM) fights to end modern-day slavery by engaging our campus and community with meaningful ways to take action.

Contacts

Alyssa Reimer, president

Amy Stumpf, advisor

Investment Group

The mission of the Investment Group is to create applicable investment experiences though increasing financial investment knowledge and providing a platform for students to apply such knowledge with integrity grounded in a Christian view.

Contacts

Kyle Skelpko, president

Adele Harrison, advisor

Marketing Club 

The mission of the Marketing Club is to bring together a community of individuals who have a passion to learn about the field of marketing grounded in a Christian worldview and also build lifelong relationships with others. 

Contacts

Matthew Ressler, president

Mandy Ortiz, advisor

Mathematics Club

The mission of the Mathematics Club aims to serve the division of natural and mathematical sciences through social events, events focused on encouraging the integration of faith and mathematics and community service.

Contacts

Kayley Maynard, president

Michael Sill, advisor

National Student Speech Hearing Language Association (NSSHLA)

The mission of the National Student Speech Hearing Language Association (NSSLHA) is to inspire, empower, and support students in the field of Communication Science and Disorders; giving students with the tools to navigate an academic career as well as a professional one.

Contacts

Rachel Haynes, president

Namhee Kim, advisor

National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS)

The mission of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS) is to create opportunities for CBU architecture minority students as well as the rest of the architecture students to succeed in their future architectural careers. 

Contacts

James Brisco, president

Aaron Greene, advisor

Nurses Christian Fellowship

To establish and advance in nursing witnessing communities of nursing students and nurses who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love—for God, God's Word, God's people, and God's purposes.

Contacts

Rebekah Mateo, president

Amanda Madrid, advisor

Nutrition Club

The mission of the Nutrition Club is to inform, engage, and encourage students to apply nutrition knowledge and undertake healthful activities for CBU and neighboring communities, to help improve nutritional status and support good stewardship. 

Contacts

Faith Barsotti, president

Akua Amankwaah, advisor

Physician Assistant Graduate Student Society 

The mission of the Physician Assistant Graduate Student Society is to assist graduate PA students to become globally minded and academically prepared practitioners, able to provide quality health care to the community and under-served populations. 

Contacts

Samantha Baltazar, president

Mary Stahovich, advisor

Pre-Dental Club 

The mission of the Pre-Dental Club is to meet together as future dental students and provide information about the necessary and recommended steps to get into dental school and to allow opportunities to network with schools in area.

Contacts

Jillian Helt, president

Melissa Antonio, advisor

Pre-Law Society

The mission of the Pre-Law Society is to provide knowledge to its members about the legal field, its careers, preparing for law school, and how to get involved in the community.

Contacts

Caelan Thompson, president

Jim Bishop, advisor

Pre-Medical Club

The mission of the Pre-Medical Club is to prepare students to apply to medical school by holding discussions about the MCAT, personal statements, interviews and more.

Contacts

Ryan Black, president

Dennis Bideshi, advisor

Pre-Optometry Club

The mission of Pre-Optometry Club is to bring awareness, insight, and preparation to all undergraduate students at California Baptist University about the field of optometry. 

Contacts

Svetlana Nunez Flores, president

Stephen Runyan, advisor

Pre-Pharmacy Club

The mission of the Pre-Pharmacy Club is to fundamentally prepare CBU students who are seeking a professional role in pharmacy.

Contacts

Joshua Yokoo, president

Hyun-Woo Park, advisor

Pre-Physical Therapy Club

The mission of the Pre-Physical Therapy Club is to encourage, prepare and provide support to students interested in pursuing the field of physical therapy while creating a sense of community among students with a similar career interest.

Contacts

Klay Solomon, president

Jan Edmisten, advisor

Pre-Physician Assistant Society

The mission of the Pre-Physician Assistant Society is to provide students with knowledge about the Physician Assistant profession, aid them in pursuing a career in health care and build community.

Contacts

Cassidy Rogers, president

Heather Ontiveros, advisor

Pre-SOMA

The mission of Pre-SOMA is to provide a community pursuing an alternative route to becoming a doctor. The Pre-Students of Osteopathic Medicine Association desires to guide their members on the path to holistic medicine.

Contacts

Laura-Elizabeth Buffa, president

Bruce Prins, advisor

Pre-Vet Club

The mission of the Pre-Vet Club is to bring students together who show interest in veterinary medicine and provide resources and opportunities for pre-vet students.

Contacts

Alyssa Bramon, president

Nathanael Heyman, advisor

Preconception Peer Educators (PPE)

Preconception Peer Educators is committed to fostering preconception health for women and men within CBU and Riverside communities through faith, education and service. We define preconception health as a lifelong physical, emotional and spiritual state of well-being that promotes optimal birth outcomes. It is our goal to promote personal wellness, preventative education and positive services for collegiate peers, local youth and adults in the Riverside community. 

Contacts

Emilie Wickham, president

Terri Thompson, advisor

Public Health

The mission of the Public Health Club is to teach students about public health and how we can shape the community to be healthier through events and collaborations.

Contacts

Jaclyn Greene, president

Melissa Wigginton, advisor

Radiological Science Club

The mission of the Radiological Science Club is to bring together those who are interested in the field of radiological sciences and imaging. We intend to bring insight, resources, and opportunities.  

Contacts

Kristina Bons, president

Mark DeHaro, advisor

Roundnet Club 

Our purpose is to teach students about the sports, develop skills and techniques, have a fun way to exercise, and make friendships through the sport.

Contacts

Raymond Vargas, president

Madisen Carl, advisor

Society of Automotive Engineers

The mission of the Society of Automotive Engineers is to prepare students by engaging engineering professionals and obtaining experience in technical design, electrical systems and software and business applications. 

Contacts

Spencer Judy, president

Daniel Clark, advisor

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The mission of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) as a non-profit, educational service organization is to stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the profession as a positive force for women in improving the quality of life and show the value of diversity in the engineering profession. 

Contacts

Briana Avendano, president

Amanie Abdelmessih, advisor 

Spanish Club   

The mission of the Spanish Club is to provide a community where CBU students from diverse backgrounds can indulge in the Spanish language and culture. We hope to inspire diversity, raise cultural awareness. 

Contacts

Sabrina Cedillos, president

Khamla Dhouti Martinez, advisor 

STEM Girls 

The mission of STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and math) Girls is to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics to women of all ages, and to inform women about opportunities and careers in the STEM fields.

Contacts

Monica Guerra, president

James Buchholz, advisor

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

The mission of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is to connect the bridge between athletes and administration.

Contacts

Frank Wyshinski, president

Abigail Gortsema, advisor

Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS)

The mission of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) club is to encourage the exploration and development of space. SEDS is able to accomplish this through student-run projects, events, and networking to those interested. 

Contacts

Nathaniel Smith, president

Leslie Wickman, advisor

Students of Nursing Association 

The mission of Students of Nursing Association (SONA) is to bring CBU nursing students together who are committed to serving the campus and community through various activities.

Contacts

Jennifer Gable, president

Jasmine Schmidt, advisor

Official SONA email

Student Veterans Association

The mission of the Student Veterans Association is to support fellow veterans and affiliates, helping them achieve their purpose in education, community and in their careers, all utilizing a biblical worldview.

Contacts

Sarah Weber, president

Rebecca Meyer, advisor

The Office Fan Club

Our mission? Promoting the Dunder Mifflin – Scranton family at CBU. Interested, but haven’t seen an episode? Take Michael Scott’s advice and join, because “you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take."

Contacts

Nathanael Hovda, president

Ricardo Cordero, advisor

Ultimate Frisbee Club

The mission of the Ultimate Frisbee Club is to provide a great environment for people who enjoy ultimate Frisbee and want to play.

Contacts

Hudson Goegebuer, president

Mark Gordon, advisor

United Club

The mission of the United Club is to uplift nations and inspire the exploration of diversity (UNITED) by welcoming all races, backgrounds and ethnicities while understanding that we are all made in the image of God.

Contacts

Kamari Hooks, president

Taylor Rilling, advisor

Victorious Purity

The mission of Victorious Purity is to teach the students of the club about the love of God and how to authentically live it out in our lives within our relationships, friendships, within our community.

Contacts

Maranda Brown, president

Toni Kirk, advisor