Student Clubs & Organizations

Student clubs are a great way to get involved and make friends! We have several organizations to choose from. See a club that interests you? Contact us for more information.

Art Club

Are you interested in various art forms? Join other Redlands students in pursuing the arts and working together on creative college and community projects.

Aggie Club

Aggie Club is a great organization that gives our agriculture students the opportunity to work with the community. The club also has an annual fundraiser for scholarships to be awarded within the agriculture department.

Academic Team

Redlands has a very active academic team competing in local and national quiz bowl tournaments. The team hosts high school and middle school tournaments and community service projects throughout the year. Redlands academic team has a long standing history of ranking nationally. Players do not need experience to join and great scholarships are available.

Chess Club

Check mate! Compete, strategize and have fun with other students in the Redlands Chess Club.

eSports

Redlands is excited to bring eSports to campus! The eSports arena is currently being constructed in LRC-1, and we plan to launch the program in Spring 2021. Learn more about Redlands eSports.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Redlands FCA is part of an international organization of coaches and athletes that worship and support each other in Christian faith. Members are also active in the community through FCA projects.

Library Club

Do you love to read? Is the library one of your favorite buildings on campus? Participate in campus and community activities with students who also enjoy reading and promoting the library.

Native American Student Organization

The Native American Student Organization provides academic, social and cultural support for Native American students with a focus on unity and togetherness.  Members of NASO promote Native American culture and fellowship among all students at Redlands.  Membership is open to all Redlands students, and officer positions may be available for those who qualify.

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is the largest international honor society for American two-year colleges. To become a member, you must have established academic excellence, as judged by the college faculty. Initiates must have completed at least 12 hours of two-year college work, must be judged of good moral character and must possess qualities of good citizenship. To be eligible for membership in the Alpha Beta Upsilon chapter, initiates must have met these requirements and have obtained a 3.25 GPA for one semester. After becoming a member, you must maintain a 3.0 GPA in order to remain in good standing.

Photography Club

Redlands photography club provides an opportunity for students to come together and explore the art of photography.

SAGA - Sexuality & Gender Acceptance

SAGA provides an opportunity for fellowship, support and celebration of all sexuality and gender identities among students and gives them an opportunity to participate in projects throughout the college and community.

Sustainable Living Club

Redlands' Sustainable Living Club provides an opportunity for students to learn and share practices. The club also provides an avenue for creative college and community projects.

Student Government Association

The Redlands Student Government Association exists to be the voice of our students here at Redlands and in the community. RSGA encourages participation in elections, city council meetings and political activities regardless of party affiliation, and works with the Oklahoma Student Government Association in advancing higher education for all Oklahoma students. RSGA is a great way to enhance leadership skills and gain practical experience in exercising our voice. RSGA meets regularly throughout the year and would love to hear from any student who has ideas or would like to be a part of the college voice.  

Student Nursing Association

The Redlands Community College Student Nursing Association is designed to advance the professionalism of nursing students by giving them the chance to meet each other and their instructors in a non-structured setting, as well as to meet students from around the state at conventions. Both category I and category II nursing students can join the group, which combines professional development with instruction and community service.