Student Clubs & Organizations

Latin Flavor Club

At Delaware County Community College, we offer a full range of clubs and organizations that cover our students’ many interests—both inside and outside the classroom.

Are you looking for a club that links to your major?

Consider the Business Society, Psychology Club or other special-interest clubs. To gain valuable hands-on experience in your field, look to our student newspaper or radio station. And if you want to connect with like-minded students, check out groups such as the Black Student Union, LGBTQ+ Club or Multicultural Club.

Develop skills for your career, pursue your personal interests and have fun with your fellow students.


College Clubs
American Sign Language Club History Club
Art and Design Club Hospitality & Restaurant Management Club
Art Club: Downingtown Latin Flavor Club
Black Student Union LGBTQ+ Club
buildOn! Math Club
Business Society Military Club
Campus Bible Fellowship MESA (Environmental Club)
Cheer Squad Multicultural Club
Creative Writing Club Nurses Club
Dance Team Paralegal Club
DCCC Contemporary Band Performing Arts Club
Earth Club: Exton Center Psychology Club
Economics Club: Exton Center

Social Work Club

Engineering Club Women in STEM (WiSTEM)
The Communitarian Student Newspaper Student Government Association
Pegasus Magazine New Media Lab
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

How do I join a club or organization?

  • Contact the Campus Life Office and tell us your name, address, phone number and interests. We’ll connect you with the club(s) that are right for you.
  • Contact the club leader or advisor.
  • Check the SIS (Student Information System), TVIS (Television Information System) and bulletin boards for information about club meetings.
  • Attend the Student Activities Expo at the beginning of each semester. Representatives from all the clubs and organizations are there to answer questions and help you find a group that interests you!
  • Check the organization and club boards outside the Student Center, Room 1180 on the Marple Campus.
  • Some organizations have membership requirements. Please check with the advisor for additional information.
  • For sports clubs, contact the Athletics Office.

How do I form a club?

Don’t see what you’re looking for in our list of clubs and organizations? Start your own club! The Campus Life Office can help you plan and form a new club, revitalize an inactive club, recruit members, secure funding, and more. To learn more and to review General Club Guidelines and Responsibilities, contact the Director of Campus Life.