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You choose the level, Student Life will make sure to provide an opportunity.
Student Clubs on campus sponsor events almost weekly. Whether it's an ASB meeting on Friday, a game of basketball with the Outdoor Activities Club on Wednesday, or Game Night each term, there is usually something to do with your fellow students.
But don't just sit back and wait for a club to entertain you - join! All clubs are open to any student interested in their goals and activities. Most meet weekly and are always looking for new members.
And if there isn't a club that interests you - start a new one! Student Life can help you get going with suggestions and applications. All you need is some friends who share your interest, a faculty or staff member who is willing to advise, and a short constitution.
The Associated Student Body of University of Silicon Valley is the general student membership organization. ASB strives to be the link of communication between the faculty and the students of University of Silicon Valley. We also oversee all of the clubs, helping new ones to form and existing ones to flourish. The most fun part about ASB are the events we hold. We plan different events through the semester, such as going to the movies, visiting Great America, or having game night on campus. All events are free of charge to enrolled students. All students in degree programs are members of the ASB.
The general student membership provides student feedback and opinions for the Associated Student Body Executive Board.
We are the oldest club at USV- 17 years of rich history! We strive to provide a welcoming, safe, fun, and productive environment for working on school work and extracurricular projects. This is an open club that welcomes all, and encourages a shared passion in the creation of all kinds of games. In the club, we work at honing all the necessary skills involved with creating and implementing a game in the industry, such as: Programming,Game Design, Animation, Modeling, Sound, and more!
AES is a Professional Worldwide Organization with a mission to promote the science and practice of audio, by bring leading people and ideas together. USV’s Student Chapter represents just that. The student’s goals are to establish an educational and professional mindset, while coordinating extracurricular events. By doing so, the club members build upon their skill-set, preparing them for the professional field they pursue. Above all, AES members are here to learn and grow as students, audio engineers, musicians or general audio enthusiasts.
If you want to learn animation, learn about the animation industry, or just want an environment that will help you hone your skills, Cogsworks is the club for you! We accept everyone of all skill levels, you don’t even have to be an animation major to join. We go over 2D and 3D animation, using industry standard software such as ToonBoom Harmony and Maya, host workshops based off of member interest, host guest speakers from the industry, as well as hold the 24 hour animation jam. More than anything, we are a forum of people that want to create and be around other creators.
Not to be confused with the USV Esports Team, this club is a group of students who compete in variety of games.
A community of creative storytellers and problem solvers, brought together by a mutual love of Sci-Fi and Fantasyscapes. We play Table Top and Board Games like Pathfinder and Dead of Winter, encourage collaborative creating and teamwork, as well as have fun and relax.
Our purpose is to share the practice of yoga and mindfulness.
This year we plan to teach the basics of yoga at our weekly meetings.
Our purpose is to build a group connect of peers to help with daily activity using individual competition.
Our purpose is to have fun promoting cross-club socialization with pokemon.
Our purpose is to teach and help students learn to take care of themselves by being self sustainable.
This year, our main goal is to teach our members how to properly pick ingredients.
Meet out and about
In outdoor activities club, we give students the chance to breathe fresh air, bask in sunlight, and to experience new things outside of USV.