Registered Student Org. (RSO)

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Current Registered Student Organizations (RSOs)

Something for everyone


Future Business Leaders

The Future Business Leaders Club promotes through its members, outreach and awareness platforms, integrating education with business. Providing diversity in leadership through networking, experience and opportunity.

Advisor: Amy Wojchiechowski, Professor of Business Studies


L.A.R.P Club

The L.A.R.P club is made up of avid gamers of all types, from those interested in casual board and card games to students in the competitive video game scene. Live Action RolePlay is one of the many things the L.A.R.Pers enjoy. The L.A.R.P. holds events frequently throughout the Fall and Winter Semesters.

Advisor: Judd Scott


Harry Potter Club

The Harry Potter Club provides fellowship and event opportunities related to the Harry Potter book series, including an informal Quidditch league.

Advisor: Matt Sanderson, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics


The Law Enforcement Club 

The Law Enforcement Club's mission is to foster a social and professional environment compatible with law enforcement job opportunities. The Club is involved in community service activities and advanced training beyond the basic curriculum offered at the academy.

Advisor: Dan Dellar, Director of Criminal Justice


Phi Theta Kappa

Alpha Phi Phi, the Phi Theta Kappa chapter of West Shore Community College, is dedicated to enriching both the academic awareness and cultural presence of the West Shore campus as well as the surrounding communities.

Advisor: Marcus Crook, Director of Enrollment Management & Matt Sanderson


Student Veterans Club

The West Shore Student Veterans club exists to facilitate the successful enrollment, retention, graduation and employment of all of our military veteran students, and to address the concerns of military veterans, their families, and friends. In addition to meeting regularly to discuss veterans’ concerns in education and the workplace, the club provides information on veterans’ services and opportunities to incoming students.

Advisor: Daniel Dellar, Director of Criminal Justice


The Sustainability Movement

The purpose of WSCC’s Sustainability Movement is to enhance WSCC’s legacy by: educating students and community members about the dynamic definition of sustainability; inspiring students to learn how to balance their relationship with the natural environment; promoting enduring principles to lead to a more conscious lifestyle; and uniting students with community members through service-driven activities.

Advisor: Jennifer Lundberg Anders, Associate Professor of Communications


Disc Golf Club

The purpose of the Disc Golf Club is promote use of the WSCC Labyrinth Disc Golf Course by sponsoring tournaments, leagues and other competitions for both experienced disc golfers and those new to the sport.

Advisor: Josh Pyles, Recreation Center Assistant Manager

Advisor: Jeff Schwass, President of the Mason County Disc Golf Organization


Haven (Formerly LGBT CommUNITY)

The purpose of Haven is to provide an open, safe, and inclusive space that informs and educates the student body as well as advocates for a diverse and supportive experience on WSCC’s campus.

Advisor: Renee Snodgrass, Director of Library Services

Creative Writing Club

Advisor: John Wolff, Professor of Humanities 

Ski Club

Advisor: Matt Sanderson 

Christian Fellowship Club

Advisor: Patti Davidson, Distance Learning Consultant 

Anime Club

Advisor: Stephanie Shilander, Instructor of Business