Enhance your experience both in and out of the classroom
The Council on Clubs and Organizations (CCO) is the governing body for all clubs on-campus. Participation in campus club life is a great way to enrich your experience here at SCU. Clubs are organized to involve students in specialized fields of interest associated with academics, hobbies, and special service to the community or College. The membership of CCO consists of the CCO coordinator and the president of each club or organization and each student club or organization is required to register with the CCO every term.
The following is a current list of clubs and organizations registered with the Office of Student Affairs.
Applied Kinesiology (AK)
AK provides students an opportunity to learn basic applied kinesiology concepts, term workshop procedures and develop the art of skillful manual muscle testing. AK practitioners ll lecture on topics that include nutrition, sports medicine, scoliosis, asthma, body language, dual torque, neurological switching and how to organize and diagnose patients.
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association (AOMA)
AOMA provides intellectual, philosophical and cultural exchange among students and alumni on acupuncture and oriental medicine, including its purpose to enhance health, mind and body. Students participate in professional activities and events, as well.
Business Club (BC)
BC provides educational opportunities for students on business principles pertaining to developing a practice and personal finance.
Christian Chiropractic Association (CCA)
CCA provides opportunities for students, faculty and staff to pursue interactions that enhance their Christian faith.
Chinese Student Association (CSA)
CSA promotes and enhances science, philosophy and the art of chiropractic and provides intellectual exchange among students and doctors. CSA also provides interactions between Chinese and non-Chinese students and participates in professional activities and events.
Canadian Student Chiropractic Association (CSCA)
CSCA brings together students who have the same ideals and cultural values from Canada and help students make the transition to Southern California.
Delta Tau Alpha (DTA)
DTA brings together a fraternal relationship for students interested in drugless healing. DTA promotes activities that enhance the educational experience and environment of the University, provides scholarship for chiropractic students, and promotes the understanding of collegiate and professional standards.
Gonstead Club (GDC)
GDC provides information relating to the Gonstead technique via club meetings, on and off-campus seminars and other club-sponsored events.
Healing Hands for Humanity (HHFH)
HHFH provides students the opportunity to travel to other nations, and opportunities to work side-by-side with local government officials as well as health care professionals, such as dentists and physicians with the intention of providing free chiropractic and/or acupuncture services to the poor and needy.
Japanese Student Association (JSA)
JSA provides opportunities for Japanese students, Japanese American students and American students to interact and socialize with each other.
Latter Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA)
LDSSA is an organization that assists students with balancing their academic, social, cultural and religious education.
Martial Arts (MA)
MA provides intellectual, philosophical and cultural exchange among students, faculty, staff and alumni regarding various types of martial arts. MA also offers the campus community the benefit of studying martial arts for the purpose of enhancing health, mind and body. MA participates in professional activities and community events on and off-campus including self defense demonstrations and tournaments.
Medicinal Herb Club (MHC)
MHC provides intellectual, philosophical and cultural exchanges among students, faculty, staff and alumni regarding various types of herbs and educates the campus community of the advantages of herbs for enhancing health, mind and body. MHC also participates in professional activities and community events such as on and off-campus herb-related functions.
Motion Palpation Club (MPC)
MPC offers teachings on specific palpation of the spine and extremities. Students learn about the concepts of end feel, joint play and joint dysfunction, learn “hands on” palpation and set ups for adjusting and references literature regarding the mechanics of the spine and extremities.
Outdoors Club (OC)
OC is a social club that provides opportunities for students to participate in health oriented activities in an outdoor setting such as, backpacking and hiking.
Progressive Acupuncture Association (PAA)
PAA is an academic club for the AOM program with the purpose of helping students progress further in their education. PAA provides students with academic events such as field trips, guests speakers, study groups and leadership opportunities.
Persian Student Chiropractic Association (PSCA)
PSCA offers opportunities for Persian students, other Middle Eastern students and American students to interact and socialize with each other.
Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA)
SABCA is the student affiliate to the American Black Chiropractic Association. SABCA promotes and encourages the study of chiropractic and encourages research in development of the science, philosophy and art of chiropractic. SABCA assists SCU in recruiting qualified minority students and faculty and facilitates the exchange of knowledge, experience and research between doctors and students.
Student American Chiropractic Association (SACA)
SACA is the student affiliate to the American Chiropractic Association and provides students with the opportunity to get involved with political issues relevant to chiropractic on a national level.
Student California Chiropractic Association (SCCA)
SCCA is the student affiliate to the California Chiropractic Association and provides students with the opportunity to get involved with political issues relevant to chiropractic on a state level.
Student International Chiropractic Association (SICA)
SICA is the student affiliate to the International Chiropractic Association and provides students with the opportunity to get involved with political issues relevant to chiropractic on an international level.
Surf Club (SC)
SC provides the community the benefit of social and competitive interaction with like-minded individuals who share an interest in surfing and other water-related activities. SC also promotes the benefits of chiropractic care as it relates to the avid waterman and in the ALOHA spirit.
Sports Injury Council (SIC)
SIC provides opportunities for students who wish to pursue a career in the sports chiropractic field by hosting guest lecturers SIC provides many athletic taping sessions per term where students learn from certified trainers. Also, SIC members assist doctors in administering physicals to local high schools and athletic teams.
Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT)
SOT introduces and teaches students the adjusting art of Sacro-Occipital Technique through instruction and hands-on learning at weekly club meetings and quarterly seminars.
Tai-Qi Club (TQC)
TQC is an organization that promotes the benefits of learning and studying Tai-Qi to enhance health, mind and body.
Visiting Scholars Program (VSP)
VSP brings clinical scientists and experts on the cutting edge of their specified fields to SCU to demonstrate chiropractic principles or extend its boundaries.
Wellness and Yoga (WAY)
WAY allows students to share their knowledge of the healing art of Yoga and provides the community with Yoga classes.