Classes are currently being taught online. All physical facilities are closed to the public at this time, and employees are working remotely.
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If you need additional assistance, please visit My Community Services and our Community Employment Resources.

Clubs & Organizations

DCCCD is a community, even when we are far apart.

Ask any college graduate what their favorite memories of college are. Chances are they'll mention at least one that involves hearing a special speaker, attending a live performance, or participating in a club or organization with like-minded people. All these activities are part of the “college experience,” and, at each of the colleges of DCCCD, the Student Life Office is responsible for providing it.

Student Life provides programs and activities to enhance your educational experience. They also host events that are just plain fun, because sometimes you need a break from your intense study and work schedules to recharge.

* Members of student clubs and organizations can get risk management training through an informative video.

College Clubs and Organizations

Each college provides a variety of college-specific student clubs and organizations that we encourage you to join.

We look forward to supporting the community you build through student groups even when we are not all together. Please do not hesitate to contact your student organization advisor with any questions or concerns.

Remember, educational research shows that students who get involved in campus life tend to succeed in their studies!

Joining Student Clubs Online

We are committed to supporting all students and student groups during this unprecedented time. We take great pride in developing and supporting co- and extracurricular opportunities at DCCCD.

Each college Office of Student Life has selected four student clubs to launch in our new virtual platform!  

Even better  the following student clubs and organizations offer open enrollment districtwide. Club advisors available to virtually serve our students and student groups while in-person meetings are temporarily suspended: 

  1. Log in to eCampus. 
  1. At the top of your eCampus page, click on the red Community tab.  
  1. Use the search box to find your chosen organization and self-enroll.  
  1. From the list in My Organizations, click on the community name to enter the community.