Clubs & Organizations
Student clubs are open to all students and provide an opportunity to pursue special interests with those who share them. Students can join any club that interests them or they can start their own. Clubs are required to have a club adviser (an FRC faculty or staff member), and must file for club approval with the Associated Students of FRC (ASFRC) and the Chief Student Services Officer.
Clubs vary from year to year depending on student interest. Current clubs include:
Active Established Clubs
|Black Student Union||Keshawn Johnson||To focus on the cultural, social, and academic needs and concerns of all students of African and African-American descent. Community is central to the BSU's activities and events and these intend to stimulate intellectual, political, and social growth amongst our membership and for all members of the FRC campus.|
|Eagle Pride: Gay-Straight Alliance||Dr. William Lombardi||To provide a safe, supportive, fun space for LGBTQ+ students on campus. The function of this club is to promote visibility, respect, inclusion, and understanding of and for the campus LGBTQ+ population and their allies.|
|Crystal Anderson||Promote opportunities for riders of all skill levels to compete in a friendly, fun environment and learn about skills to develop both horse and rider in the four disciplines (reining, ranch pleasure, trail, and working cow horse) that comprise Ranch Horse Versatility.|
|International, Cultural & Diversity Club||To build a bridge between the American and other existing cultures on campus; assist students from different backgrounds by having a place where they can express, exchange ideas, and learn about other cultures including the American culture.|
|Mental Health & Awareness Club||To support students on campus suffering from mental illness and to erase stigmas. Also to educate other students about mental health, home sickness, or anything they might be dealing with.|
|Anna Thompson||To recognize and encourage the academic achievement of college students and to provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service programming.|
|STEM Club||Kurt Smart||To promote interest and engagement in STEM fields. The Club aims to broaden interest and enthusiasm towards STEM fields, encouraging students to pursue careers and further study in STEM disciplines.|
|Student Environmental Association (SEA)||Dana Flett & Bridget Tracy||To promote environmental sustainability on campus. This club is responsible for the water bottle filling stations and the bear-proof trash and recycling containers purchased through various fundraising activities.They also participate in Earth Week festivities. This club welcomes anyone who wants to get involved.|
|Young Cattlemen Club||JP Tanner||Provide assistance to the local Cattleman's Association group as the main function, and provide educational opportunities on campus about beef cattle ranching when appropriate.|
Inactive Established Clubs
If you are interested in re-establishing any of these below inactive clubs that were once previously active at FRC, please contact the VP of Student Services, Carlie McCarthy at email@example.com
|Cheer and Dance||Bring entertainment to FRC football and basketball games; provide an opportunity for students to express the love they have for dance and to be able to show school spirit; give students the opportunity to be part of something at FRC.|
|STE2AM||To inspire students with a creative approach to learning science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship, art, and math.|
|Prisoner and Student Social Justice Journalism Club||To create institutional support for prisoners around the state interested in gaining a greater audience and editorial help for their prison newsletter or newspaper with the aim of reducing recidivism and creating opportunities for student interns. Also to give the opportunity for students to network with other students on campus to raise awareness about mass incarceration and how it impacts people of color, white poor, and working class individuals. Members gain experience in journalism as well.|
To start a club the following forms must be completed and submitted to ASFRC.
Student Club Request for Approval
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