Student Clubs

LBCC 2016 Student Club Day

Long Beach City College has a number of opportunities for you to get connected. Joining a club or organization will provide you the opportunity to make new friends, develop leadership skills, and contribute to LBCC and the community. Utilize the connections you will make within these clubs and organizations to help you plan your future, network and build lifelong friendships. 

With your College Service sticker, you are eligible to join a club and participate in their activities held each week. There are a number of resources available to club members including advising, mentoring, leadership development, volunteer opportunities, grants, scholarships and much more! And if you don’t find a club that catches your attention, start one! 

Viking Engagement is your one-stop shop for all things Clubs and Organizations. This online portal is designed to help student group and organizations collaborate and community, as well as a way for students to learn more about clubs and events at LBCC.



Viking Volunteer Program

Welcome to the Viking Volunteer Resource Center (VVRC)! Volunteering helps connect students, clubs and organizations to the community through service. The VVRC can provide information for volunteer opportunities throughout the surrounding community. 

Why volunteer?

  • Make a difference by giving back to your community
  • Enhance your college experience by participating in out of class learning
  • Enhance your resume or build your co-curricular transcript
  • Explore major and career options
  • Explore major and career options

As a Viking Volunteer, students can make a difference by serving the community through the many opportunities that address such issues as tutoring and mentoring, civic engagement, environmentalism, and hunger and homelessness.

Apply Today to be a Viking Volunteer!

At the Viking Volunteer Program, all LBCC students can participate and record service hours if they meet the following requirements:

  • Be a current LBCC Student
  • Be enrolled in at least 3 units of college course work (unless otherwise approved by the Volunteer Coordinator)
  • Carry and maintain at least a 2.0. semester and cumulative G.P.A for college level course work
  • Complete a Viking Volunteer Application Packet (each semester) (PDF)
  • Have a current College Service Card sticker
  • Attend a Viking Volunteer Orientation (PowerPoint)

Once you have completed your hours, we provide you with the option of recording your service hours independently or with the several clubs and organizations on campus. Any student completing 30 or more service hours will have it recorded on their academic transcript provided they meet the criteria for the Viking Volunteer Program.

Intramural & Recreational Sports

It is the aim of Intramural and Recreational Sports to provide an opportunity for each LBCC student to participate in his or her favorite competitive sport. We promote wellness and healthy lifestyle choices for the LBCC community by providing opportunities to engage in athletic and fitness activities. 

Leadership Programs

Your “out of the classroom learning” is an important aspect of your college life. Participation in leadership will help you understand your role in group settings, help develop abilities for others to follow, and prepare you to act responsibly in a diversity of situations. Having leadership skills looks great on your resume and helps you stand out from other competitors in the job market, but there are life-long friendships to be made, practical skills to develop, and people to be served through your involvement. These are the skills that add quality and balance to your life not only now, but in life after college. Whether it’s finding your place on your college campus, or developing your future leadership potential, Office of Student Life leadership programs are designed to help YOU become the person you were meant to be.

John Fylpaa Leadership Institute

Student Clubs

This 7-month program takes place in the Fall and Spring semesters and concludes with and the implementation of a community project. Students who complete the program will develop practical leadership skills, participate in retreats & field trips, connect with prominent city leaders, become eligible for a scholarship, receive a transcript notation and receive recognition at the annual ASB banquet.

At the end of each cohort, two scholarships are given and the students that complete the program will receive a certificate of completion and transcript notation stating that the student completed the institute. Only 20 students will be accepted into the institute so, apply today!  We will contact you for a Zoom interview which will be on October 1st or 2nd.  Applications will not be accepted after Friday, September 25.

For more information, contact Derek Oriee at (562) 938-3088 or