Welcome to COM Student Life Meet new people, share ideas, have fun
Beyond the classroom, the College encourages students to initiate and join in activities and programs which develop leadership ability, interpersonal skills, and community involvement.
Through involvement with student associations or College clubs, you can participate in a “hands-on” curriculum designed for your personal and professional development. Learn how to run effective meetings, work successfully with others, manage your time and commitment, assume or delegate responsibility, turn conflict into cooperation, gain self-confidence and much more.
Social Science 115
Leadership and Governance course offered for credit during the fall semester.
Lab courses are offered with Social Science 115 that allow students to complete projects that benefit the campus community. The course and lab are open to all students interested in developing effective leadership skills.
If you wish to take advantage of this unique aspect of the college curriculum, contact your student association or the Student Actvities and Advocacy Office for more information about the following programs and activities.
- Student Associations
- ASCOM appointments to College Governance committees
- Inter Club Council
- Student Project Funding
- Student Government
- Events and Forums
back to topList or find services on Information Boards Sponsored by The Associated Students
For information to post or for posting approval, contact the Student Activites and Advocacy Office, KTD/SS Center 250, 415.485.9376.
On the Kentfield Campus: " Student/Faculty Events Board" and "Club News Board"
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Expand your educational horizons! Check out the clubs and activities happening at College of Marin
Clubs reflect a wide diversity of interests and focuses for student activity, involvement, and development. They provide a forum for learning beyond the classroom, and hands-on experience for gaining interpersonal and professional skills. Students at College of Marin have the opportunity to join existing clubs or create new clubs in order to explore a particular area of interest.
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Student Clubs & Organizations The following is a list of organizations at College of Marin.
- Accessibilities Rights Club
- Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society
- Association of Peer Tutor's
- Auto Body Club-IVC
- A-Z Club
- Black Student Union
- Business Club
- Car Club-IVC
- Christian Club
- Club Metals and Jewerly
- Club Mud—Ceramics
- COMET—Journalism Club, Echo Times
- Computer Science Club
- Dancer’s Guild
- Dental Assisting Club
- Drama Club
- Environmental Action Club
- Flowing Dragon Swords Club
- Inky Fingers—Printmakers Club
- International Society
- IVC Car Club
- Lacrosse Club
- Land Sustainability Club
- Latino Student Union (LSU)
- Life Drawing
- Marin Art and Music Alliance (MAMA)
- Math Club
- Modul UN Club
- Muslim Student Association
- Performing Arts Club
- Rainbow Alliance—Gay & Lesbian Support
- Sculpture Club
- Student Art Association
- Student Nurses Association
- Students for Social Responsibility
- Transfer Club
- Veterans Association
Club forms available online in PDF format.
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Student Life Webpage
Technical Contact: Vickie Lamke, Administrative Assistant, 415-485-9376
Content Responsible: Sadika Sulaiman Hara, Director of Student Activities & Advocacy, 415-485-9376