Clubs & Organizations

Art Club
The Art Club seeks to enhance the cultural atmosphere of PCC, to provide artistic students with a forum where they can discuss art esthetics and technique, and to provide a voice in the Associated Student Government to represent the community of artists on campus. / 719-296-6107

Automotive Club / 719-549-3354.

Colorado-ADN Club(Associate Degree Nursing Club)
PCC Nursing students and other interested students can join this club for the promotion of Associate Degree in nursing. The club acts as an advocate for student ADNs; it also helps them enhance the health of the public through education, action, and service. / 719-549-3169

Esports Club
Esports Team Mission is to provide a college-level sports team that competes fairly and has a positive impact at PCC and in the community. The team will provide alternative activities for students that engage their general interest and provide skills for future employment in technology. / 719-549-3211

Fire Science Club 
The purpose of the Fire Science Club is to promote fire safety awareness. The FSC will be created under the purpose of educating, preparing, and demonstrating what to do in case of fire related emergency, how to safely handle emergency situations and to educate on the potential hazards found in households, businesses, and workplaces. The FSC will meet at least twice a month. / 719-549-3324

History Club 
The History Society encourages and promotes the study, exploration, and appreciation of history through discussions, travel to historical sites, and research. It also recognizes excellence in the study of history through competitions and other academic forums.  / 719-549-3104

National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)
The NSLS is an organization that provides a life-changing leadership program that helps students achieve personal growth, career success, and empowers them to have a positive impact in their communities. It is the largest leadership honor society in the nation with over 700 chapters in excess of 1,600,000 members nationwide. The NSLS exists for the sole purpose of creating lasting positive change. Through program benefits, scholarships and awards, and more, the NSLS encourages community action, volunteerism, personal growth, and strong leadership. The NSLS chapter at Pueblo Community College began in Spring 2022, with 243 members. or

Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Club
This club acts as an advocate for occupational therapy to enhance the health and wellness of students and the general public. It participates in education, action, and service projects on campus and in the Pueblo community / 719-549-3268

Phi Theta Kappa 
Phi Theta Kappa is an international scholastic honor society for two-year community and junior colleges. Phi Theta Kappa recognizes student academic achievement at PCC and promotes academic excellence at the College. To be eligible for membership, you must be a currently enrolled student with a 3.5 grade-point average after completing 12 or more credit hours of college-level work. PCC’s Alpha Rho Theta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is an active society, participating in many community service, scholarship, and fellowship events. After induction, you may select standard or enhanced membership, which is determined by your level of participation in chapter activities. As a Phi Theta Kappa member, you will be honored at graduation for your outstanding academic achievements. / 719-549-3307

President's Leadership Program (PLP) / 719-549-3125 or Jeffery Wingham / 719-549-3313

The mission of the Psychology and Social Work: Careers and Resources for Education shall be to provide students interested in the areas of psychology and/or social work with a student support system to help with awareness, resources, and education for future careers. PS CARE shall also provide members with opportunities to participate in activities which provide awareness of social issues and assistance for those in need in the Pueblo community. / 719-549-3038

PTA Club
The physical therapist assistant program is designed to meet the demanding needs of this growing health care profession, through education of physical therapist assistant students. PTA club members will be actively involved with college, local community, state and national service projects through Pueblo Community College Student Government Association, Colorado Physical Therapy Association and the American Physical Therapy Association. / 719-549-3261

SkillsUSA Welding Club
The Goal of this club is to stress continuous quality improvement, professional development and workforce orientation by means of mock interviews, welding competitions, manufacturing facilities tours, community service and other extracurricular activities that will help build a culture of professionalism, teamwork, and positive citizenship. / 719-549-3435

The Spectrum club aims to be a place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, intersex, allies, and two-spirited individuals to feel safe and accepted. We celebrate LGBTQI2+ people and their unique cultures. We welcome and encourage healthy discourse in the effort to understand one another better. We seek to increase LGBTQI2+ resources and support for students at PCC.

Student American Dental Hygienists Association (SCADHA)
Dental hygiene students are automatically members of SCADHA, part of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association. SCADHA meets monthly for business and professional development, as well as to organize community service and fundraising projects to finance its community and school activities. It emphasizes personal and professional development, encouraging students to assume responsibility for the procedural and financial aspects of managing a professional organization. / 719-549-3269

League of TRIO Students
The League of TRIO Students provides students with experiences and opportunities to further their education through service learning projects, fundraising, and campus & community activities. Students strive to educate the Pueblo community about issues relating to first-generation, limited income, underrepresented students, and students with documented disabilities; all while advocating for their fellow TRIO participants. / 719-549-3045

TRIO Upward Bound
Provide students with experiences and opportunities to build their leadership skills. To better educate the Pueblo community about issues relating to TRiO programs. To establish techniques to assist PCC’s TRiO Upward Bound program to be more visible on campus and within the Pueblo community. / 719-549-3465 


Toni Skilling
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