Get more out of your college experience - join together with people who share your interests. Make new friends and host events. Learn something new and keep busy outside the classoom... Start your own official Selkirk College student club and access money for equipment and activities.
Selkirk College Clubs
Please email the link attached to see if Clubs are currently active.
Enactus - For more information contact Faculty Advisor Jonathan Buttle.
Enactus is a group of motivated leaders addressing social and environmental issues as part of an international network. Join for a chance to serve your region in a meaningful way, develop a professional network and gain meaningful experience. All Selkirk College students in any discipline are welcome.
Acro Yoga - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email email@example.com
Stretch minds, bodies and boundaries with Acro Yoga. You will learn to grow together and to communicate and trust others in this Club. 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. The roots of this practice began at the turn of the century. This club operates on the Castlegar Campus
Aerials - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dreaming of joining Cirque de Soleil? If you know what aerial silks and hoops are, then you will want to come and practice your skills with this club. 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 operates on the Castlegar Campus.
Archery Club - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email email@example.com
Feeling like you want to be a Hunger Games wanna-be? Join our Archery Club, where once you have been given a free Archery Safety Lesson, you will be ready to practice the age old skill in our Gymnasium.
Bouldering Club - For more information contact Student Lead Laura Caruth at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Bouldering/Climbing Club has been around for longer than our Bouldering Wall has! Come join a dynamic group of climbers, from novice to very experienced, and learn new skills on the Wall. You will be exposed to a network of climbers for future climbing and you will be encouraging and improving Castlegar’s climbing culture.
Business and Accounting Club - For more information contact Faculty Advisor Greg Dodd.
Greg Dodd is enthusiastically relaunching this club. Bring your keen interest in core business practices and watch for election of executive this September. Better yet, throw your name in the hat!
X-Country Running Club - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email email@example.com
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.
Basketball - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come check out this club for a spectacular set aside time for those round ball type folks. Last year our Basketball Club enrolled in the local West Kootenay Mens League for both semesters pushing their game edge. Hone your skills and learn new ones on the court with Basketball.
Outdoors Club - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email email@example.com
This club brings together those interested in activities in the out-of-doors - hiking, skiing, canoeing, cycling to name a few. Whatever interest the “students of the year” pick, will likely be what the group will focus on. Come have your say in outdoor club activities.
Cricket - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Most people play cricket for one reason, because they love the game and spending time with friends. This is a recent addition to Selkirk College Clubs due to the increase in students from India through our International Department. Expect some enthusiasm and skill from this crowd.
Ultimate Frisbee - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email email@example.com
Do you love tossing around the Frisbee? Ultimate is a non-contact sport that is Social + Active + Outdoors. This is one of our older clubs.
Kickboxing - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A form of martial art that combines boxing with elements of karate, muay thai, in particular, kicking with bare feet. This club ran for many years with student interest and instruction.
Drone - For more information contact Faculty Advisor Ian Parfitt
This club has only been around for a couple of years, but talk about interest!! Drones have been purchased and can be tried out during the regular Drone Club times. Drones are usually flown in the gymnasium during the winter and outside when the environment allows.
Signing Glee - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email email@example.com
Ever wanted to learn a new language? Learn ASL signs and enjoy healthy interactions with fellow students and staff. This club takes place on the Tenth Street Campus in Nelson.
Music - Check in at the Castlegar gym office for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Love to sing or can you play an instrument? Check out our Music Club and enjoy the choral group or perhaps even develop a musical band.
Do you want to start a club?
Fill out the online club registration form and club membership list form below.
For more information or to submit your club membership list form, please email Kayla Martin.
There is money available for club funding. 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.