Clubs & Organizations
Bringing students together to make a lively campus community
Many organizations have a great impact on society and had their roots in a student club or organization.
Current student organizations and clubs reflect the broad range of interests of Prescott College students, from the environment and social justice to the arts, to fire dancing and contra dancing, to Capoeira and ultimate frisbee.
Student Organizations are ongoing projects that have grown from various independent studies and senior projects into micro-businesses. Most of these organizations operate with the support of Prescott College under the management of current students and graduates. Each student organization is offered space on campus to meet and work.
Prescott College encourages students to form clubs and to join clubs as part of their academic and personal journey at the College.
Prescott College encourages students to submit event announcements to the College’s online, moderated Calendar of Events. Let the Advancement Office know about senior projects, community service, internships, publications, and scholarships. All postings to campus bulletin boards must be stamped for approval by the Library before posting.
SCOAR creates and provide a safe and supportive space for people of ... Learn more >
Butte Creek Restoration Council
BCRC ngage the Prescott College community, our surrounding ... Learn more >
Student Food Bank
The PC Student Food Bank serves all PC students who need help with basic ... Learn more >
The Prescott Jugglers and Hoopers Club, which meets every Monday, ... Learn more >
The World Café is an opportunity for students to come ... Learn more >
World Action Collective
The mission of the World Action Collective Club is to help to promote ... Learn more >
Dance Club is to provide an open and inclusive space for the PC ... Learn more >
Garden club wants to create a lasting infrastructure and a place for ... Learn more >
Helping Understand Bicycles (HUB)
Helping Understand Bikes is a coalition committed to promoting ... Learn more >
Peer Education & Resource Center (P.E.R.C.)
Peer Education & Resource Center (P.E.R.C.) encourages students' ... Learn more >
Queer Student Union
To develop a safe, respectful, and politically responsible ... Learn more >
Village Life has been a student-organized drum and dance gathering ... Learn more >
To offer students the potential benefits of meditation including ... Learn more >
PC Bike Club
Bike Club provides a venue for students who are interested in working ... Learn more >
PC Book Club
The PC Book Club is here to Read for fun, education, and community ... Learn more >
Women's Empowerment Breakthrough (WEB)
Women's Empowerment Breakthrough was conceptualized to create a ... Learn more >
The Veteran and Military Family Club
The Veteran and Military Family club is designed to help create a ... Learn more >
Emily graduated with a B.A. in Psychology with an emphasis in leadership and outdoor programming. She holds a minor in business. After ... Learn more >
Lee Cohen has helped many people experience the joy of self-expression through art, from children living in Costa Rican garbage dumps to ... Learn more >
James Nez, Esq. completed both the Limited Residency Undergraduate Program and the Master of Arts Program. He now practices civil and family ... Learn more >