Would you like to connect with people who share your interests or goals within the college? We can help you connect with an existing club or start your very own!
These are the clubs at Assiniboine this year:
This club’s main focus is to actively promote agriculture on campus and in the community. Students in this club are primarily in the Agribusiness program.
This club strives to put on events for business students throughout the year to promote their club and connect students within their program.
Club Penguin: Reborn
The members of this club are all first year Early Childhood Education students and their purpose is to raise money for trips and activities to supplement their learning.
The Debate Society
The purpose of this club is to bring about a process that involves formal discussion on a particular topic, and to provide a discussion with articulation, logical consistency, factual accuracy, and emotional appeal to the audience.
ECE Class of 2019
The members of this club are all second year Early Childhood Education students and their purpose is to raise money for trips and activities to supplement their learning.
The Film Club
The purpose of this club is to create a space where people can encounter ideas, experiences, and emotions in a beautiful medium: film. Classic films, cult films, modern films, and fun films will be shown. Each film will be discussed within the club, along with film history and film industry as a whole.
The Gathering Club
This club aims to connect people of similar interests through the card game Magic the Gathering.
IMA 2019 Club
The members of this club are all second year Interactive Media Arts students and their purpose is to raise money for their year-end trip to Toronto.
Police Studies Class 15
The purpose of this club is to provide services and donations to the community on behalf of this year’s Police Studies students.
More clubs are in the approval process and will be posted soon!
Can’t find what you are looking for? Starting your own club only takes three steps:
1) Assemble the team: Before you can start a club, we require at least three students to sign up for the club you wish to create.
2) State your case: Meet with a Students’ Association member to present your club, go over your forms, and ask any questions.
3) Get approved: Your club proposal will be reviewed at the next executive council meeting. Club activities can start immediately upon approval!
For more details on how to get your club started, please view our club manual.