Getting involved in student groups is an exciting way for students to meet fellow students, develop leadership skills and enhance their classroom experiences. By planning or participating in on-campus activities, students can help make a positive impact at Reynolds. Check out upcoming Student Club & Organization events and activities.

Students who do not find a club or organizations that interests them can work with the Office of Student Life to request a new student club or organization (see process outlined below).

Student Groups Currently Available

Active Minds

Active Minds is a student-driven club that promotes education and awareness for mental health. The club also aims to eliminate stigma associated with mental health issues through club activities that are fun and informative. For more information, please contact Timara Tyler ( or Nancy Bailey (

Black Student Union (B.S.U.)

The Black Student Union fosters outreach, awareness, and support of the Black community at Reynolds. For more information, contact Professor Nicole Terry at

Club Sports

Students interested in forming a recreation or club sport may register their group for a season. Prior to registration, the group must have at least four interested students including a captain and must identify preferred weekdays/times to play. Choose your sport and season to start: Sept. 1st - Oct. 15th, Oct. 15th - Nov. 30th, Feb. 1st - Mar. 15th, or Mar.15th - Apr. 30th. After you submit your registration, the captain will meet with Student Life to set up the season. Find upcoming club sport and group fitness activities here. For more information, please contact the Office of Student Life at

Community Service Club

The Community Service Club aims to connect students with local service opportunities at Reynolds and the surrounding area. The club works with local partners to host occasional service opportunities. For more information, please contact Ben Cowman at

Latin American Student Association (L.A.S.A.)

L.A.S.A. is an inclusive student organization promoting and celebrating Latin American culture at Reynolds. The vision of L.A.S.A. is to circulate awareness of Latino culture through different activities such as educational programs, holding meetings, community leadership opportunities, and special events to embrace Latin American culture. Those who are either part of or interested in Latino cultures are welcome. For more information, contact Dr. Ernesto Quintero ( or Elmer Campos (

Muslim Student Association (M.S.A.)

The Muslim Student Association is a community-based club for students interested in Islam. While the main purpose of the club is to provide inclusive space for Muslim students at Reynolds, all are welcome to join. For more information, contact Professor Ihab Abuzayda at

National Society of Leadership and Success (N.S.L.S.)

Each fall and spring semester Reynolds students with at least a 2.5 cumulative G.P.A. and 6-36 credit hours completed are invited to apply to N.S.L.S.. This leadership program helps students achieve personal growth, career success, and empowers them to have a positive impact in their communities. The N.S.L.S. is a program offered under the direction of Student Life, and not considered a student organization. For more information, please contact Dr. Ben Cowman at

Phi Theta Kappa (P.T.K.)

Phi Theta Kappa is the internationally recognized academic honor society for two-year and junior colleges. This club provides its members with opportunities in leadership, scholarship, fellowship, and service. For more information, please visit or contact Cara Luyster at


Spectrum at Reynolds Community College is a club that is open to all students. Its purpose is to create a safe and hospitable learning environment for everyone regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. The club is a social, educational, and advocacy group open to anyone who identifies as LGBTQ+ or Ally. For more information, please contact Professor Karen Neal at

Spirit Squad

The Spirit Squad is comprised of students who serve as our fun and dynamic Red Hawk mascot. The Spirit Squad is a program offered under the direction of Student Life, and not considered a student organization. For more information, please contact Dr. Ben Cowman at

Student Government Association (S.G.A.)

The Student Government Association advocates on behalf of the student body for issues and topics of interest to students at Reynolds. S.G.A. consists of elected and appointed members. Every August/September applications are available for elected and appointed positions. Terms run October through April. For more information, please contact Dr. Ben Cowman at

Student Veterans Association (S.V.A.)

The Student Veterans Association provides a social group and support structure to help military families and veterans adjust to and become successful in civilian and college life. For more information, please contact Chequana Boisseau at

Transfer Club

The Transfer Club is for Reynolds students planning to transfer to 4-year college or university. The club provides social opportunities for students to connect and build a community. The club also assists in offering information about transferring to make the process easy. Students who are interested in joining the club are encouraged to email, Advisor Robin Beale at

Student Club and Organization Forms

Starting a New Student Club/Organization

  1. Submit a Consultation Request and Meet with Director of Student Life to discuss the mission and goals of the request must be completed by students who will serve as officers.
  2. Have at least 4 active student members, and sufficient officers to fulfill the mission (at least President and Vice President).
  3. Find an advisor. All student clubs and organizations must have an advisor. The advisor must serve as a full-time faculty or staff member at Reynolds Community College to sponsor the organization. Adjunct or part-time staff members may serve as a co-advisor with a full-time faculty/staff member
  4. Complete an Organization/Club Constitution. Student Life staff will support officers and advisor with a guide and samples. The Constitution addresses why the organization is being formed and how the organization will be run.
  5. Complete Student Club and Organization Training facilitated by the Student Life Staff who will review the Handbook, expectations, procedures on how to hold an event/meeting, how to request funding, etc. At least two executive board officers and the advisor must complete. Trainings are online via Canvas. 
  6. Lastly, the Office of Student Life will assess all submitted documents and requirements met. If all requirements are met, the Director of Student Life and Dean of Students will review for final approval.

**Students may also pursue forming a sport club using the same Consultation Request form above. Sport clubs or recreational activities have special requirements that differ from other clubs due to equipment needs, eligibility criteria, and the potential for injury.**