Clubs offer an excellent opportunity for Whatcom students to get involved, meet new people who share similar interests and make friends. They also provide the opportunity for students to engage with the campus in new ways that enhance their college experience. Through co-curricular programming, clubs create an excellent way for students to connect and network with faculty and staff, and develop life skills such as interpersonal communication, critical thinking, time management, and conflict resolution. The Associated Students of Whatcom Community College (ASWCC) recognizes a wide variety of clubs, including the ethnic student association, service-learning club, math club and many more. For more information about the 30+ clubs on campus, please visit the WCC website or stop by the office of student life and development located in Syre Student Center, 208.