Student clubs and organizations provide avenues to explore interests and passions, create new connections, develop skills, and find a sense of belonging.
Below is a list of approved clubs for 2021-2022 (updated October 8, 2021).
AIAA (Caltech Student Branch of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics)
APIDA+ (Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Student Association)
Black Scientists and Engineers of Caltech (BSEC)
Bridges International @ Caltech
Caltech American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE)
Caltech Badminton Club
Caltech Ballroom Dance Club
Caltech Barbell Club
Caltech Bike Lab
Caltech Canadian Club
Caltech Canopy Club
Caltech Co-Ed Volleyball Club
Caltech Cricket Club
Caltech CubeSat Club (C^3)
Caltech Dance Team
Caltech Data Science Organization
Caltech Debate Society
Caltech Entrepreneurship Club
Caltech Feminist Club
Caltech Fishing Club
Caltech Latino Association of Students in Engineering and Sciences (CLASES)
Caltech Math Club
Caltech Medlife Club
Caltech Physics Club
Caltech Premedical Association
Caltech Quantitative Finance Club (CQFC)
Caltech QuestBridge Club
Caltech Robotics Team
Caltech SAGE Student Council
Caltech Science Olympiad
Caltech SCUBA Society
Caltech Tai Chi Club
Caltech Ultimate Frisbee
Caltech Vintage Computing Club
Caltech Visual Arts + Culture Club
Catholic Small Faith Community
Chabad at Caltech
CHMMC Management Club
Dance Dance Revolution Club
Engineers Without Borders
Extracurricular Players at Caltech (ExPliCIT)
Gender Diversity Club
Graduate Christian Fellowship
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
Lebanese Cultural Club
Neurodiversity @ Caltech
Out of Context
Philosophy of Yoga
Science Fiction and Fantasy Club
Society of Women Engineers
Student Investment Fund (SIF)
Tau Beta Pi, California Beta Chapter
Undergraduate Computer Science Club (UGCS)
Women in GALCIT
Women's Financial Empowerment and Investing Club
Womxn in EAS
To request a club reimbursement, a payment for services*, or an advance of club funds, please follow the directions below.
- Fill out the two-page Club Payment & Refund Request Form. On the Bursar Refund Request Form (page 2), you will either check the ACH box for Caltech students or Check Request box for services and non-Caltech payees.
- Send Club Payment & Refund Request Form to email@example.com with scanned copies of receipts in the same PDF file.
- You will receive two email confirmations:
- When the payment request has been approved.
- When the refund request has been processed. For Bursar Quick Pay Instructions, please visit http://bursar.caltech.edu/club-accounts/bursar-quick-pay.
*Please note that payment for services (e.g., instructors, on-site vendors, etc.) require a W9 form be filed with the Procurement office prior to services being rendered.
Complete the Bursar's Club Account Form and submit it to the Bursar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to update your club officer information if it should change during the academic year.
Please also notify email@example.com of any club officer changes so that club related notifications can be sent to the current club officers.
Students are not able to place an AiM request with Facilities with a club or house account number. To request a PTA from the Student Activities and Programs Office, please fill out a PTA Transfer Club Request (Sections 1, 3, and 4) and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once the form is received, you will receive a response with a PTA to use for your AiM request. Please make sure to forward the AiM final invoice after your event. The Bursar will transfer the cost on the work order from your club account back to the PTA provided.
ASCIT provides club funding to clubs with participation from currently-enrolled undergraduate students. Clubs can apply for funding at the beginning of the Fall term for general non-event needs. Registered clubs will be contacted via email regarding the initial disbursement. Throughout the year, registered clubs may submit event funding requests by emailing the event funding form to the ASCIT Treasurer. Each form of funding will require a pitch from a club representative. For more information, please see ASCIT's Club Funding Guide. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Aditi Venkatesh at email@example.com.
The Caltech Fund Phonathon partners with diverse groups on campus to raise both unrestricted funds for the Institute and immediate funds for the student group. The process is simple: your group dedicates a few days to come in, connect with alumni, and solicit them for their annual gift. The Fund will fully train you, so you don't need to have any prior fundraising experience. For more information, please visit https://fund.caltech.edu/phonathon or contact Carter Stripp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GSC provides club funding to clubs with participation from currently-enrolled graduate students. Club funding can be applied for once a year, before the start of the academic year, and supports general club expenses, as well as events. If you have any questions, please feel free to email email@example.com.
Note: The retreat fund is currently unavailable for the 2020-2021 academic year due to programming restrictions associated with COVID-19.
This fund is available for registered student groups who are in good standing with the Institute. It provides up to $1,500 per group for the purposes of a retreat, competition or conference. Please review the document regarding this fund to apply: Retreat, Club and Organizational Development Fund.