Student Organizations

Kinesiology swim testingThe  College of Communication and Education hosts a variety of student professional clubs and organizations where you can get involved and jump-start your career.   

In communication there are several award-winning teams. The Orion provides many opportunities for working on a newspaper competing for "best in the nation" annually. The Forensics and Speech and Debate Teams, the Tehama Group (student-run public relations firm), Milk Crate Productions (student-run video production company), and Designers in Progress have also received considerable recognition.

Students interested in educational and therapeutic careers also have many active clubs and organizations with regional recognition. Some examples are Students for Outdoor Leadership, Talking Hands (signing), Student California Teachers Association, Pre-Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy Club, Physical Education Teacher Education Club, and Recreation, Hospitality, and Park Students.

Communication Design

Organization Name     Fac. Advisor    
Designers in Progress (DIP)     Alan Rellaford 898-4776  
Development Internet Group (DIG)     Terry Curtis 898-4048  
American Institute of Graphic Arts     Barbara Sudick 898-5028  
Digital Filmaker's Guild          
The National Broadcasting Society/
Alpha Epsilon Rho
    Jennifer Meadows 680-4685  
Instructional Technology Society     John Roussell 898-6892  


International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)     Debra Johnson 898-4690  
Society of Professional Journalists     Glen Bleske 898-4770  

Communication Sciences and Disorders

National Student Speech Language & Hearing Association (NSSLHA)     Suzanne B. Miller 898-5949  

Recreation Administration and Parks Management

Recreation Hospitality and Parks Society (RHAPS)     Ed Seagle 898-6016  

School of Education

Student California Teachers Association(SCTA)     Maggie Payne 898-4570  


Students for Outdoor Leadership     Reid Cross 898-5220  
Ballroom Dance Club     Patricia Smiley 898-4776