Registered Student Organizations
West Shore Community College has many Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) each semester to choose from; there is something for everyone, so get involved! RSOs cover a wide range of topics and interest areas.
The Student Services Office, along with the Student Senate, officially recognizes these organizations through an annual registration process. Once registered, RSOs can plan and sponsor activities on campus, apply for funding, and participate in events.
To create a new RSO, please fill out this form (you must be signed into my.westshore to view this form). For information about starting a new RSO or joining one, contact Matt Sanderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year we will learn everything it takes to operate a Broadcast Studio by live broadcasting the WSCC
Performing Arts Series, as well as developing our own filmmaking projects including roles such as
writing, camera operation, directing, video editing, audio production, and much more! If you are
interested in joining, enter our Remind here: https://www.remind.com/join/bmcwscc for updates on
future meetings and events!
Advisor: Ted Malt
President: Matt Rasgaitis
Club Leader: Dawson Seagraves
The Crafty Club promotes wellness and stress relief through crafting activities. Members work on
crochet, knitting, and sewing projects in a supportive group environment. By sharing their craft
creations, members inspire each other’s creativity and foster a sense of community.
Advisor: Patti Skinner
President: Zoe Voss
A space for students to discuss philosophy and philosophical issues amongst their peers. No prior
experience with philosophy is required. Just bring your sense of wonder and enjoy discussing life’s big
questions with your fellow students!
Advisor: Dr. Matt Sanderson
President: Liberty Stevens
The mission of West Shore Community College’s Fishing Club is to provide members, regardless of
experience, an opportunity to fish in a variety of settings on campus, outside of campus, and on Club
trips. Our goal is to learn about fishing but also share memorable experiences, enjoy Michigan’s natural
resources, and demonstrate our deep respect for the environment and the importance of service to
Advisor: Adam Hatchew
President: Jacob Staffan
Nature Club promotes mental wellness and environmental awareness through outdoor activities.
Members go on nature walks, learn about local wildlife through trail cameras, and work on signage
projects to engage the campus community with the nature around us. By exploring and documenting
the college’s natural spaces, this club aims to empower students’ minds, health, and appreciation for the
Advisor: Paul Bilinski
President: Jacob Holcomb
InterVarsity provides support, community, and spiritual growth opportunities for students. Through
meetings, events, and outreach, members explore their faith, build relationships, and help one another
navigate daily college life.
Advisor: Rachel Henderson
President: Meagen Ely
Haven provides a safe, affirming community and support network for LGBTQIA+ students and allies at
West Shore Community College. Through meetings, members build friendships and support each other
Advisor: Dr. John Moore
President: Brendan Brady
Geeks & Gamers
Geeks & Gamers builds community though shared interests in games and academics. This club also plans
to do outreach to high school students interested in getting a preview of college life and club
Advisor: Wade James
President: Zoe Ross
West Shore Whitetails Esports
At West Shore White Tails Esports, our goal is to re-establish our presence in the competitive gaming
and tournament scene. We strive to create a welcoming environment where students can come
together to play games, forge friendships, and bond over their shared interests in games. Whether
you’re a casual or hardcore gamer, our club offers a place to meet like-minded peers, discover new
titles, and improve your skills. Join us as we work to build a fun, inclusive community centered around
the games we love.
Advisor: Kellon Petzak
President: Levi Webster