Inter-Club Council Club Directory
With more than 100 student organizations on campus, CSU Monterey bay has something for everyone. No matter what you are passionate about, you’ll probably find at least one you’ll want to join. To join a club, email or reach out to the club contact.
This list is constantly being updated. If you have any questions or issues, please contact the ICC Public Relations Officer, Katherine Colvin.
The Accounting Society enhances student life through professionalism, integrity, and character.
Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society
Alpha Lambda Delta Society encourages superior academic achievement among students in their first year in institutions of higher education, to promote intelligent living and a continued high standard of learning, and to assist students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their unique roles in society.
American Medical Student Association
AMSA represents the future of American healthcare as the next generation of health professionals. We hope to prepare our members for the great public service they wish to pursue and provide our members with the tools they will need in order to successfully achieve their goals as well as those of our school and community.
Asian Pacific Islander Association
APIA is a student run organization that seeks to celebrate and educate others on Asian Pacific Islander cultures and traditions through the education of past, present and future issues facing Asian Pacific Islander groups all over the world.
Black Student United
Black Students United seeks to advocate for Black students at California State University Monterey Bay by promoting social and cultural awareness on campus, improving relations between Black students and students of other cultural backgrounds, and to take an active role in the activities of the University and the surrounding communities.
The mission of Business Club is to cultivate a strong sense of community, meaningful leadership skills, and powerful career expertise though extracurricular opportunities outside of the classroom.
CAMP Alumni Club
The purpose of CAMP Alumni Club (CAC) is to stay connected with the college assistant migrant program as well as connect with other CAMP Alumni as they continue their educational journey. CAC will partake in mentoring incoming CAMP freshmen, host socials with other organizations, and create networking opportunities.
Circle K Internation is a non-profit service organization led by college students from numerous nations around the world under Kiwanis International. We practice service, leadership, and fellowship through various service events and projects, and raise money for charity projects that aim to provide basic needs and care for children. Our goal is to spread this service initiative to all students, and give them a way to be more involved with not only our community, but also a wide range of communities in, but not limited to, California, Nevada, and Hawaii
The Design Studio at Cal State Monterey Bay was created as a place for students to experiment with the latest techniques and theories related to design. Design Studio offers a collaborative environment and open forum for critiques and discussion. Most importantly the Design Studio embraces failure as a building block for future successes.
The purpose of eSports Club is to empower players on campus and make the competitive nature of video games more accessible to all skill levels. This organization encompasses all video games with competitive history. We hold meetings in which we introduce new and upcoming games, improve our skills, and network with members and other organizations.
Game Developers Club
The purpose of Game Developers Club is to provide students with the resources and tools to learn about Game Development, as well as provide a forum for students interested in Game Development.
Garden Club is a group dedicated to building and maintaining a campus garden and providing free, organic vegetables to students at CSUMB. We encourage community involvement, healthy eating habits, and sustainable lifestyles.
Human Resource Club
To help students learn about Human Resources as a function in the workplace and careers in Human Resources. To help ease misconceptions of Human Resources and make connections with fellow students and Human Resource professionals.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
The purpose of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purposes in the world.
M.E.Ch.A de CSUMB
This nationwide organization's purpose is to promote higher education for Chicano/Chicana students through self-awareness and a connection to ones roots. M.E.Ch.A. de CSUMB chapter focuses on the tri-county area to stimulate students and communities through education, activism, and unity. We promote culture and empowerment, and also participate and support actions that politically involve Chicano/Chicana issues.
Marine Science Club
The mission of CSUMB's Marine Science Club is to unite the Marine Science student community in adventurous activities in support of learning and collaboration. Some group activities include bonfires, bowling, and marine science seminars. We aim to get students outside their classrooms to get them involved in other exciting elements of the marine science community.
Moss Landing Marine Labs Student Body
The Moss Landing Marine Labs (MLML) Student Body's mission is to promote the scientific, educational and social qualities of the laboratories and all people directly associated with, or interested in learning about MLML and CSUMB.
Native American Students United
The purposes of this organization Native American Students United is an inclusive student organization for all Indigenous peoples at CSUMB. Our purpose is to create unity and develop an active community of Native peoples at CSUMB. We acknowledge all Native students at CSUMB and welcome input from the community at large. NASU at CSUMB is a place to share, create self-awareness, promote cultural sensitivity and generate understanding about Native peoples at CSUMB.
Otter College Republicans
An organization to meet and recognize fellow conservatives on campus.
Otters Under Christ
OUC is on campus to provide an environment where students can get together in fellowship and develop both a deeper understanding of the bible and a strong relationship with Jesus Christ, as well as getting students connected with a local church.
Physician Assistant Student Association
The purpose of this organization is to mentor CSUMB’s Pre-Physician Assistant Student Association (Pre-P.A.S.A.) and, in consortium, create volunteer opportunities. Graduate students in this club will aim to provide guidance with Pre-P.A.S.A. students in order to improve their applications for Physician Assistant (PA) school.
The purpose of this organization is to prepare students who are interested in a career with animal medicine, network with like-minded individuals and connect with the veterinary community.
It is important to have a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning,Inter-sex,Allies, Asexual and Pansexual (LGBT A-Z) club on campus so that students have a safe community to join. Just as students at a University are diverse, the clubs that serve them need to be diverse. It is important for those who identify as LGBT A-Z to have access to a club that creates a confidential, safe, and welcoming environment. Our mission is to also secure the presence of a LGBT A-Z community on the CSUMB campus and strive to create an LGBT A-Z-friendly atmosphere by providing a visible community for ALL students to join.
Our club will be meeting weekly to discuss events on campus, community service, fundraising, and relevant current events within the psychology community. We will also be scheduling guest speakers and outings to enhance our knowledge of the psychology community within the area as well as discussing information regarding graduate schools.
SACNAS Chapter at CSUMB
SACNAS is a society of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of Hispanic/Chicano and Native American scientists—from college students to professionals—to attain advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in science.
Speech and Debate
The mission of the Speech and Debate Club is to cultivate valuable speaking skills in an encouraging environment, where students will practice and learn the different types of speeches and debates.
Student Association of School Psychology
The purpose of SASP is to present California State University, Monterey Bay school psychology graduate students a means to discuss issues and concerns that affect us professionally and academically; to increase communication between cohorts; to provide opportunities to develop and nurture leadership skills; to allow student mentorship and occasions for sharing relevant resources; to provide additional education and training in the field of school psychology with additional emphasis on the critical needs of English Language Learners and migrant students; to provide a means to affect changes within the department/program; to sponsor speakers and extracurricular training; to establish links with professional organizations and school psychology professionals in the community; and to afford networking opportunities for school psychology graduate students.
Super Smash Bros. Club
The purpose of this club is to unite fellow Smashers from the popular video game series Super Smash Bros. In one friendly environment where we can play casually and learn professionally Grow stronger together with fellow club members, be empowered by this amazing game, and have the confidence to face other fellow smashers at tournaments and crew battles if possible.
The Law Society
The mission of The Law Society is to help students become the best student they can be. The Law Society is here to support students by preparing them with all the tools necessary to become a lawyer. The Law Society pledges to create a career-driven experience that will assist students with: weekly LSAT training seminars, valuable trips to law schools to gain information, knowing how to fill out law school applications, building a proper personal statement, going to law school forums, and by allowing the students to network. This safe space is designated and created by high-performance individuals that seek to empower their minds. Everyone and anyone is accepted. The Law Society is a platform that elevates students and allows them to reach their goals.
The RPG Club
The purposes of this organization are to help teach the new players the rules of how to play and run Dungeons & Dragons, or Magic: The Gathering to those who are interested, as well as help other tabletop RPG players connect and coordinate groups to play with. During our general meetings, we get together to play D&D, Magic, and tabletop board games of all kinds!
Undoc-UOtters & Allies
We are UNDOCU-OTTERS AND ALLIES a group of young innovative scholars that believe in ADVOCAY and EQUITY in higher education, for all regardless of national origin, native tongue or legal status in the country. Undoc-UOtters & Allies provides a SAFE SPACE for all Undocumented students and our supporters; a place of SOCIAL JUSTICE and a place for HOPE. It is our mission to EMPOWER each other, create awareness of our struggles, achievements, and to foster a welcoming environment. Where we receive support and encouragement to succeed and better our lives. We stand strong through knowledge, move forward through hope, and faith but most importantly, we stand united as Undoc-UOtters & Allies.
The following organizations have recently become inactive. To reactivate these organizations, contact Dan Burfeind at email@example.com and schedule an appointment.
African Student Association
ASA's mission is to promote cultural and social awareness of African students and create a sense of community between the black and African students on campus.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi's goals are to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts and finance, educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration.
Chinese Lion Dance Club
The purpose of the Chinese Lion Dance Club is to spread the cultural dance through out the school and community. Club members strive to bring the dance of the lion to life with music played by a gong, drum, and cymbals along with a creative, cultural and artistic dance.
Chinese Lion Dance Club
Chicano/a Latino/a Graduation Association
C.L.G.A provides a space and time to celebrate the success that Latinx/ Chicanx students have accomplished here at CSUMB. C.L.G.A is a club that plans out a celebration where students can celebrate their accomplishments with their families in an intimate environment.
EMPOWER is a club dedicated to empowering men and women through art, culture and education. The mission of the club is to plan activities on campus that empower men and women and educate the community about ending violence against them, to actively participate in the annual production of the Vagina Monologues and MENding Monologues, support local organizations, and form coalitions with individuals and groups with common interests. By following this mission we hope to raise awareness to help stop violence against men and women, and form a group working in solidarity to empower men and women in the arts
In The Ords: CSUMB Literary Arts Journal
The mission of In The Ords is to embrace student expression by showcasing their literary and other creative works. By producing one issue per semester, we are able to periodically highlight the most elite work.
CSUMB International Club creates a community for international students and American students. We aim to provide educational and cultural programs that strengthen the community. The CSUMB International Club is a student club that organizes activities for all students and aims to provide a global platform for communication, networking, and increase mutual understanding.
Investment Analysis Club
To provide an educational and interactive platform for students to engage in investing activities. Topics include personal finance, securities analysis, and corporate structure evaluation.
Investment Analysis Club
Our mission is to promote physical activity and a healthy lifestyle to students, staff and the community. As a club, bringing people together through health and wellness is what we strive for.
LGBTQIA+ Book Club
It is important to have a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, Allies, etc. (LGBTQIA+) club on campus where students can see and discuss the representation of the community in all forms. It is important for those who identify as LGBTQIA+ to have access to a club that shows their presence in literature and art in a safe and confidential environment.
Monterey Bay Programming Team
MBPT is to bring together people who are interested in solving coding puzzles, people who are motivated to become a stronger coder, and people who enjoyed coding in a competitive environment, across all majors and backgrounds.
Monterey Bay Programming Team
Music Artists Club
The purposes of this organization are to connect students with a love and passion for professional music of all kinds, to provide the students with a safe space and opportunities to perform for an audience, constructive feedback from one another when desired, to provide a musical environment to learn and practice all forms of music, and to create brand new music for all to enjoy.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization that continues to fight for social justice for all Americans.
SEEDS Campus Ecology Chapter
Seeds is a program of the Ecological Society of America (ESA) with its mission to diversify the ecology profession through opportunities that inspire underrepresented students to lead in their fields.
The National Society of Leadership and Success
The National Society of Leadership and Success
The Seaside Society
The Seaside Society
Student Awareness for Disability Empowerment
SADE encourages networking opportunities and promotes support groups for people with and with-out disabilities. SADE will collaborate and inform the CSUMB community of current trends, issues and developments related to disability rights and awareness through events, presentations and programs.
Student Veterans Organization
The purpose of this organization to create a community of like minded veterans on the CSUMB campus with the purpose of helping each other meet educational and life goals.
Students for Sensible Drug Policy
Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) is the only international network of students dedicated to ending the war on drugs. At its heart, SSDP is a grassroots organization, led by a student-run Board of Directors. We create change by bringing young people together and creating safe spaces for students of all political and ideological stripes to have honest conversations about drugs and drug policy. Founded in 1998, SSDP is comprised of thousands of members at hundreds of campuses in countries around the globe.
The Veg Club
The Veg Club is dedicated to opening discussions about topics such as animal rights and environmental issues. Vegans, vegetarians, and anyone who is interested in such issues can come together for fun and educational events and meetings about plant-based living, and its impact on our planet. Our mission is to increase awareness at CSUMB about animal rights and environmental issues.
Women In Mathematics
Women In Mathematics
Women in Medicine
Women in Medicine