Getting involved will help you make new friends with common interests and have fun. Associated Student Government has approximately 12 different clubs and organizations to choose from and the list grows and changes every year. In addition to student-run clubs, many departments and offices across the Barstow and Fort Irwin campuses sponsor both formal and informal ways for students to get involved.
Alpha Gamma Sigma: is the official California Community College Scholastic Honor Society. The purpose of this organization is to foster, promote, maintain, and recognize scholarship; to recognize scholastic and academic achievement among Barstow Community College Students; and to provide students with opportunities to serve the college and the community. Members receive recognition on transcripts, graduate with honors, scholarship opportunities, and can earn awards for community service.
AGS Membership Application
Phi Theta Kappa: We are the national honor society for the two year colleges. We raise money for scholarships, contribute to the community, have fellowship with students, and have lots of fun. Members receive recognition on transcripts, graduation with honors, scholarship opportunities, and can earn awards for service. PTK Membership Application-
Advisor: Lilia Franco email@example.com
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society National Site
Black Student Union: The Black Student Union is an organization that allows students of all races to learn about African American culture, lifestyle, and history in an intellectual, social and cultural environment. The group provides a central forum for the open dialogue of political, spiritual, economic, and academic conditions in the black community.
Callboard Performing Arts: The purpose of the Callboard Performing Arts Club is to entertain and enrich the Barstow community through various performing arts events.
Advisor: Amy Ross firstname.lastname@example.org
Campus Crusade for Christ: The purpose of this club is to encourage Christian fellowship and to bring others into the knowledge of Jesus Christ through prayer and Bible study on campus.
CEO (Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization):Express your ideas with a diverse group of innovators, go-getters, and visionaries.
Advisor: Denise Pasley email@example.com
Cosmetology Club: Cosmetology Club enhances the knowledge of cosmetology students by allowing them to participate in additional job related activities such as field trips, trade shows, workshops, and seminars.
Advisors: Elsa Greenlee firstname.lastname@example.org and Carole Blake email@example.com
Career Technical Education: The CTE club helps outreach for CTE programs and activities and has fundraisers and other events to raise money to give back to CTE students in the form of scholarships.
HULA: Our club’s mission is to supports students who actively demonstrate an interest in Hawaiian culture and traditions. Hula is a form of dance it is a combination of body moment and storytelling. There are many different variations of how hula came to be. The hula has been on the islands of Hawaii for centuries.
International Association: The International Association’s mission is to promote awareness and education of the different nationalities. The clubs offers resources and assistance to international members and recruits members and engages in student involvement.
True 2 You (LGBTQ Club): Gay Straight Alliance, or GSAs, are straight-led and student-organized college club that aim to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting school environment for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Veterans Club: A college wide Student Veteran Club has been launched to support connections among its members, raise awareness of student veterans and other military-affiliated groups in the greater college community. to CTE students in the form of scholarships.
Advisor: Emily Garrison firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Advisor: Michelle Bond email@example.com