Construction Management

Student Clubs & Organizations

Associated General Contractors Student Chapter (AGC)

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To create and promote an environment which brings students, industry, and community together over the common interest in the advancement of construction ideals and practices within the college and community. Membership is open to any interested student. Cost: $20/year.

AGC Officers

  • President - Humberto Cortez
  • Executive Vice President - Colten Hansen
  • Vice President - Daniel Hannah
  • Secretary - Amanda Klunis
  • Treasurer - Royce Helmig
  • Events - James Giordano
  • Events - Logan Potter

Faculty Advisor

DBIA Student Chapter

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To create and promote the advancement of Design Build ideals and practices within the college and community. Membership is open to all Construction Management students. Cost: $10 / Year

DBIA Officers

  • President - Margarita Hernandez
  • Vice President - Andree Barraza
  • Treasurer - Emmanuel Salas
  • Secretary - Hiram Castillo
  • Executive Assistant - Shawn Riahi

Faculty Advisor

MCAA Student Chapter

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MCAA Officers

  • President - Alec Dominguez
  • Vice President - Wyatt Hattich 
  • Treasurer - Max Wulf
  • Secretary - Ryan Smith

Faculty Advisor

Marie Patterson,

Chico State Women in Construction Club (CSWIC)

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To promote and support the advancement of women who are interested in pursuing careers within the construction industry, while maintaining a space for collaboration, outreach and networking. We strive to not only uplift women in the construction industry but to also raise the numbers of women in the construction industry.

CSWIC Officers

  • President - Sealy McAdams
  • Vice President - Julia Pelizzari
  • Secretary - Michaela Dunne
  • Treasurer - Diana Gonzalez

Faculty Advisors

Marie Patterson, and Jaime Cochran, 

 IOTA IV Chapter of Sigma Lambda Chi - Honor Society

Logo IOTA IV Chapter of Sigma Lambda Chi - Honor Society

The fundamental purpose of Sigma Lambda Chi is to recognize outstanding students in the field of construction.

Membership in the society is an honor and is based upon scholarship, leadership, and character, regardless of gender, race, color or creed.

Criteria to Become a Member

Students shall have an overall grade point average of 3.1 or better, have completed the equivalent of two academic years of study towards their degree, and have studied at the present institution for the preceding six months.

IOTA Officers

  • President - Hannah Brownell
  • Vice President - Susan Horner
  • Treasurer - Francesco Cazzato

Faculty Advisor

Chris Souder,