Ïã½¶ÊÓÆµ¹ÙÍø Pacific is proud to be home to a variety of student clubs ranging from academic-oriented to personal interests. You can find a full list of active clubs for the 2022-2023 academic year, below. The Sunbird community is always open to the formation of new clubs!
The mission of the Anime club is to invite the FPU students into the anime community to learn of different narratives through a lens of Japanese cultural perspective
Aspiring Educators Association
The AEA had a mission to promote interest among students who are interested in careers in public education. Provide members with opportunities for developing personal growth and professional competence, gain an understanding of the history, ethics and programs of the education profession. Allow members to participate in cooperative work on the problems of the profession and the community. Lastly, AEA aims to provide professional membership on the local, state and national levels during the preparation period for a career in education.
Black Student Union (BSU) Club
The Black Student Union (BSU) club focuses on building a strong community on campus. We intent on meeting once a month where we will focus on important figures in our community and how we can reach our goals while leaving a strong presence for students behind us. Our mission is to promote a safe and welcoming environment that will uplift, support, and encourage Black/African American students at FPU; we will showcase unity by prioritizing social activism, community service, and assembling with our peers to voice concerns in a nonjudgmental setting.
Criminologists of FPU Club
As the Criminologist club of FPU, we aspire to create a resourceful and welcoming environment to encourage students to get involved in their local communities and to help enrich their career goals in their Criminal Justice career. We host meetings, events, and trips related to the Criminal Justice field.
The mission of the Culinary Club is to create a community through cooking and dining together.
Delight Ministries Club
Our mission is to invite college women into Christ-centered community that fosters vulnerability and transforms stories.
To provide a safe and fun environment away from the stresses of academia for all game lovers.
The International Club is a community of international and American students dedicated to: Promoting and enhancing international awareness, cooperation, cultural diversity, and dialogue among students of different nations and American students.
Latinx Student Union Club
Our mission is to create a safe environment for the Latinx students at Ïã½¶ÊÓÆµ¹ÙÍø to be able to learn, grow, and feel united through the struggles that our community faces while Striving to collaborate in the effort of providing more resources and services to Latinx students.
Lego Lovers Club
To cultivate a space where all FPU Lego lovers can meet, relax, build and compete with fellow enthusiasts.
Mental Health Matters FPU Psychology Club
Our mission as a club is to provide students with a place to connect and feel supported mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and vocationally. This club will offer space to support each otherâ€™s mental wellness, uplift and encourage each other, and learn more about opportunities and careers in the psychology field.
To foster growth and community with our future nurses. By holding open meetings, connecting mentors and mentees, participating in community events, and attending possible conferences we will build a strong community of future nurses that will serve with care and Gods vision.
Our mission is to provide pre-health students with out of the classroom opportunities, experiences, and mentorship applicable to their major and career goals.
We are dedicated to exposing interested members to all aspects of pharmacy as a career. We want to equip these students with the skills, information, and networking necessary to achieve their goal of getting into a pharmacy school, more specifically, the CHSU School of Pharmacy. Most importantly, we want to build lasting relationships between these students and provide an accepting and uplifting environment.
Our mission is to provide access, resources, and outlets for FPU students, alumni, staff, and faculty to publish their written or visual creative works. The Publication Club seeks to promote and celebrate the artists of FPU so they may not only learn about but also gain practical experience with the world of publication. One aspect of the club is the Green Light journal where we feature pieces written by our FPU community members.
Students Ending Exploitation (S.E.E.) are a collection of like minded students from a wide variety of backgrounds. We carry a strong drive to share knowledge to our peers about human tracking in order to prevent it.
Shalom Club seeks to connect students to each other, their environment, and their food by engaging in conversation, serving our community, and having fun. Shalom Club works to connect students to each other, their food, and their environment. Our goal is to create a community for anyone who is passionate about getting outdoors, farming, social/environmental advocacy, or is just looking for a place to meet new people! Our main goals include informing and educating on ways to be more sustainable, volunteering to help our community (both FPU and Ïã½¶ÊÓÆµ¹ÙÍø) and provide a space for students to cultivate relationships with each other.
Those with no environmental/sustainability experience to environmental pros are welcome! Any questions or suggestions for an event or the club can be sent to club president, Hannah Weaver (email@example.com) or our second semester club president and fall semester VP, Magdalena Wenger, (firstname.lastname@example.org). Finally, DMs on our Instagram account can also be a way for members or potential members to reach out to us!
Social Work Club
Our mission is to provide students with community service opportunities by offering opportunities to work with various cultural groups, while empowering people to get involved while shedding light to community. The social work club is all about helping the community. We plan to give club members a chance in working with different types of people as well as helping them recognize the best in themselves.
Our goal for the Wilderness Club is to enable students and faculty to connect with nature and each other through planned activities such as hiking, rock-climbing, kayaking, and camping. We hope to improve collective well-being and expand the student experience beyond Ïã½¶ÊÓÆµ¹ÙÍø through exploring the great outdoors.