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Get Involved 

 

Students at FCC are provided a multitude of opportunities to get involved to enhance their personal development and leadership skills! Here are some of the options available to current FCC students:

The Associated Student Government (ASG):

ASG represents the student body as the "Voice of the Students." ASG elected officials advocate on behalf of the students by sitting on various campus committees (shared governance) and generating relevant student programming. Please visit the ASG Office (SC-205) or contact them at (559) 442-8275 for more information on how to get involved.  Click Here to visit ASG page.

The Clubs and the Inter-Club Council (ICC):

Fresno City College offers over 50 student clubs ranging in interest from academic, career, cultural, social, and recreational areas. Students are encouraged to join an existing club by contacting the respective club advisors, attending a club meeting or visiting a club booth during Club Rush. If you are interested in starting up a club, please contact the Student Activities Office via e-mail at fcc.studentactivities@fresnocitycollege.edu or contact at (559) 443-8688.

Organizations

Fresno City College has two academic honor societies – Alpha Gamma Sigma Alpha - Zeta Chapter and Phi Theta Kappa – Theta Beta Chapter.

  • Alpha Gamma Sigma (AGS):
    AGS is a statewide honor society for the community colleges. Requirements include a 3.0 cumulative GPA and a completion of 12 semester units. For more information on how to join, please visit the following link: AGS Alpha Zeta Chapter
  • Phi Theta Kappa (PTK):
    PTK is the international honor society for the two year colleges. Requirements to join include a 3.5 cumulative GPA and a completion of 12 semester units. For more information, please visit www.ptk.org
  • The Rampage:
    While not an honor society, The Rampage is the student-run newspaper at Fresno City College, and another avenue for student involvement. Students are responsible for developing content and publishing issues twice a month. For more information, please visit the following link: The Rampage
Last updated: 11/13/2013 1:02:30 PM