Student Activities

If you are a San Juan College student interested in dynamic leadership, events, and just plain fun, we encourage you to visit us at Student Activities.

There are excellent opportunities for all students to enrich their experience with social, recreational, cultural, and educational activities. We offer a place to build connections and support networks between students, staff and community members.

Student Activities houses Associated Students of San Juan College, your student government and the Student Ambassador Program; two great ways to get involved. We also offer the Student Activities Board (SAB), the Campus Buzz, and support for our many Clubs and Organizations.

In addition, we provide a wide array of programming and community events including: movies, swim nights, blood drives, educational speakers, cultural activities, dances and community service opportunities. Student Activities also coordinates the nationally renowned Luminaria display and Springapoolza Week.

Student Activities oversees the following services and organizations:

General Information


During the Fall & Spring Semesters:
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

During finals, Summer Semester, and when classes are not in session:
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

Our Vision

"The learning college places learning first and provides educational experiences for learners anyway, anyplace, anytime." (O'Banion, 1997, p. 22) Student Activities will continue to seek innovative ways to insure that quality learning opportunities happen.

Our Mission

The Office of Student Activities strives to create a culture of learning outside of the classroom that provides applicable life experiences. We engage and challenge our students to meet their potential and thereby become socially responsible citizens through leadership experience and program implementation. We provide students and community members the opportunity to enrich their educational experience with quality social, cultural, and family activities.

Our Values

students, learning, respect and potential.

Get Involved!

For more information or to offer suggestions, contact us:
505-566-3403 ~
Or drop by Room 6107, in the Learning Commons, under the library.