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Welcome to Inter-Club Council!

Student clubs and organizations provide opportunities for recreational activities, participation in community service, and exploring career and academic interests. All Hartnell clubs and organizations are part of the Inter-Club Council (ICC), a branch of ASHC. Contact the Office of Student Life for more information on how to join or start a new club or organization. The Office of Student Life is located at the Student Center, Room C-140, or call the office at 831-755-6734.


How to Start a Club

  1. Find at least three club members.
    • Having difficulty finding members? We can help!
    • Club roles and responsibilities are located here.
  2. Find a Hartnell staff club advisor.
    • Having difficulty finding an advisor? We can help!
    • Advisor roles and responsibilities are located here.
  3. Fill out the CLUB REGISTRATION Form. This form must be sent by the Office of Student Life in order to be processed.
    • Wait for review by the Office of Student Life.
    • Once approved, complete your Club Orientation.
  4. Attend ICC meetings!
    • ICC Representatives must attend bi-weekly ICC meetings. Please see below for more details.


Please refer to this page for important ICC Forms,Event Requests and Purchasing Processes.

ICC Important Forms, Event Requests and Purchasing Processes

All active clubs must have an ICC Representative present at all ICC meetings

NOTE: A club’s charter shall be revoked if the club’s ICC representative has three unexcused absences in the academic year. Excused absences shall be determined by the ASHC advisor.


Club List

For more information, please contact the Office of Student Life at 831-755-6734 or email the ICC Advisor Jane Hernandez (Program Assistant) at jhernandez@hartnell.edu

Don't see a club of your interest? Let us know!

Club Purpose

Agriculture Ambassadors

The purpose of the Ag Ambassadors is to provide agricultural/CTE students with opportunities for leadership development, personal growth, career success, and service to our college and community.

American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Club (AACN)


Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, Neonatal Nurses Club (AWHONN)


Astronomy Club

The Astronomy Club mission is to create engaging activities that allow its members to appreciate the wonder of the universe.

Cheer Club

Our mission is to bring spirit to the school

The Chemistry Club

Description unavailable.

Chess Club

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Computer Science Club

Description unavailable.

Debate Club


Digital Art Club

Description unavailable.

Dream Club


Dungeons and Dragons Club


Engineering, Physics, and Allied STEM Club


Finance Club


Fine Arts Club

Description unavailable.

Gamers Club

Description unavailable.

Hartnell Rotaract Club

Empower early professionals to connect with their communities and uplift peers in the journey to career exposure

M.A.T.H. Club

Our mission is to create a community of mathematicians that promotes mathematical reasoning and critical thinking skills while showing that math can be interesting and fun.

Panteras Guerreras


Political Science Club

Description unavailable.

Pre-dental Club

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Pride Club


Psychology Club

Our mission is to talk and learn about psychology, explore possible career paths, support one another as students and foster a healthy atmosphere for mental health on Hartnell Campus.

Respiratory Care Club

Promoting the purpose of respiratory care through campus and community outreach opportunities to educate and advocate the need for future respiratory therapists...one breath at a time.


The SIMA's club mission is to provide assistance and networking opportunities for individuals interested in medicine and related careers through guest speakers, alumni panels, and attending pre-med conferences.

Society of Women Engineers Club

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Sociology Club

The Sociology Club’s mission is extended into four parts: (1) Educating the student body and community about the social ongoing in our community. (2) Giving our members real world experience in their chosen fields by attending conferences and panels in which social issues will be discussed; by working with nonprofits, community organizations, and experts who have experience in the social sciences. (3) Working on social projects at a small and large scale in accordance to our current club members’ interests. (4) Helping our members reach their desired goals through active participation and expansion of their desired field of choice.

South County Club

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Spanish Club

The Spanish Club mission is to promote awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the people and diverse cultural productions of the Spanish-speaking world. We hope to promote and encourage the study and appreciation of the Spanish language as well as foster friendly relations with other Hartnell clubs, organizations, and communities. We strive to expose our members to new challenges outside the Hartnell community in hopes that they will gain insightful experiences that will help them compete in our increasingly bilingual nation, as well as throughout our global community.

Student Nurses Association (SNA)

The mission of the SNA club is to provide the future nurses of the Salinas Valley and Monterey County the opportunity to grow professionally and academically. SNA aspires on providing its members with leadership opportunities, scholarship/academic benefits, career coaching, and encourages its members to advocate for involvement within the community of Salinas Valley. Health promotion, education, and volunteer opportunities are provided to the members of SNA to encourage community involvement.

Student-Parent Club

Description unavailable.

Sustainable Club

Description unavailable.

Theater Arts & Cinema Team

The purpose of Theater Arts and Cinema Team is to promote the theater arts and cinema program, and inspire members to learn from these disciplines in order to educate and inspire awareness to issues that exist within their communities.


The TRiO Club’s mission is to help transfer students succeed. We attempt to do this in three ways: (1) We will provide guidance through educational and informative events like alumni panels, financial literacy events, and scholarship support. (2) We will provide a social atmosphere; with events like social mixers, game nights, and potlucks, we will work to create a safe space for students to make friendships and connections with other students. (3) We will provide emotional wellness events like support groups to relieve the stresses of college life.

Veterans Club

The purpose of the Veteran's Club of Hartnell College is to provide support for the Armed Forces community pursuing higher education at Hartnell College, focusing primarily on veterans and dependents. We will provide community services and participate in community events in a manner that promotes and honors the integrity of Hartnell College and their military population. We shall also provide military veterans and dependent students at Hartnell College with institutional and community resources to promote academic and personal success.


Who To Contact

  • Jane
    Phone: (831) 759-6043
    Building: Hartnell College Main Campus
    Office: Building C, Room 103
    411 Central Avenue, Salinas, CA 93901
  • Augustine
    Phone: (831) 755-6825
    Building: Hartnell College Main Campus
    Office: Building C, Room 104
    411 Central Avenue, Salinas, CA 93901


  • C - John Steinbeck

    Student Center

    C - John Steinbeck Student Center 

    Office Hours:

    M-Th:  9:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm