Get more out of your college experience and join together with people who share your interests. Make new friends, host events, and learn something new! Start your own official Selkirk College student club and access money for equipment and activities through the Student Experience Team (SET).
The Student Experience Team (SET) – SET is a committee that consists of staff from different areas of the college, such as the Campus Rec Department and the Student Union. SET provides funding for new and existing clubs, plus student-driven events for equipment, prizes.
Selkirk College Clubs
Every year, Selkirk College has a variety of clubs to participate in according to student interest. Some examples of past clubs are listed below:
CAre you passionate about the environment? Do you want to participate in sustainability initiatives on campus and within your broader community? Maybe you aim to raise awareness of environmental issues and strive to create a culture of sustainability at Selkirk College...
Create a network of boulderers/climbers, from novice to advanced! Encourage education on new skills. Improve Castlegar’s climbing culture.
Come out and play ball regularly – full-court or 3-on-3, or simply shoot hoops! Previously, our Basketball Club enrolled in the West Kootenay Men’s League to push their game to the next level. Hone your skills and learn new ones!
X-Country Running Club
Join together with fellow runners for comradery on our local trail system. Nervous on our trails to run alone? Scare away bears and other wildlife while running with other students and staff. Work towards a network of races and achieving the best times you can or simply getting outside to enjoy nature, having fun and meeting like-minded folks.
Drones can be flown in the gymnasium during the winter and outside when the environment allows.
Ever wanted to learn a new language? Learn ASL signs and enjoy healthy interactions with fellow students and staff. This club has taken place at the Tenth Street Campus in Nelson.
Stretch minds, bodies and boundaries with Acro Yoga. Learn to grow together and to communicate and trust others. Acro yoga is a physical practice that combines yoga and acrobatics. This practice provides physical and mental health benefits such as exercise and strength building. Partner balancing can improve concentration. Acro Yoga also has elements leading to stress relief.
Dreaming of joining Cirque de Soleil? Learn how to do aerial silks and hoops! Our local Discover Circus business in Nelson has provided many folks with these skills. Any instruction will likely come from the Discover Circus instructors. This club operated on the Castlegar Campus in the past.
Practice this age old skill in our gymnasium, after being given a safety lesson. We have targets, arrows, bows, and all the equipment needed, in Castlegar.
Business and Accounting Club
Bring your keen interest in core business practices! Connect students with business people in the community. Host speaking events with alumni, perhaps!
This club can bring together those interested in activities in the out-of-doors - hiking, skiing, canoeing and cycling, to name a few. Whatever interest the “students of the year” pick, will likely be what the group will focus on.
Most people play cricket for one reason, because they love the game and spending time with friends. Bring your enthusiasm and skill.
Ultimate Frisbee Club
Do you love tossing around the Frisbee? Ultimate is a non-contact sport that is social, active and outdoors.
A form of martial art that combines boxing with elements of karate and muay thai - in particular, kicking with bare feet.
Love to sing or play an instrument? Start a choral group or develop a musical band!
Do you want to start a club?
Fill out the online club registration form and club membership list form below. All clubs run September through to April and a reapplication for status is required each year. Applications are open September 1st to February 28th of each year.
For more information or to submit your club membership list form, please email Kayla Martin.
There is money available for club funding through the Student Experience Team (SET). Proposals will be evaluated on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Student Leadership Events
Organize a student experience event that is open to all students and contributes positively to the student experience on your campus. There is a maximum of $500 available* for student leadership events.
Fill out the online leadership application below. Applications are open September 1st to February 28th of each year.