Student Life & Clubs

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Welcome to Student Life & On-Campus Clubs

Taft College’s Student Life Program is designed to engage students in extra-curricular activities that enrich their intellectual, ethical, and social development. The area of Student Life is committed to providing a variety of arenas where students have the opportunity to practice student self-governance, learn respect for diverse groups, learn civic responsibility, and develop life skills to carry on beyond college. Through student activities, student equity, and work-study, students are encouraged to grow as leaders and to improve on or develop the following components: ability to provide direction, to lead courageously, to foster teamwork, to motivate others, to build relationships, to coach their peers, and to act with integrity.

Student Life on Canvas

Get involved and stay active through virtual student life.  If you add student life to your dashboard, you can go into the modules and add any club course to stay involved through online education.  It’s that easy.  Follow the steps below to gain access

Steps to Student Life canvas course

Taft College Student Center

The new Taft College Student Center is a one-stop shop for hanging out, eating, and shopping.  Students are welcome to go there in between classes to relax, play board games, or challenge their friends in pool, ping pong, or foosball.  Charging stations are available to charge phones, iPad, etc.   Those students wanting to get involved in clubs can go to the ASO Student Leaders office #306 or meet with the Student Life and Basic Needs Coordinator (office #306) to learn about clubs or how to start a new club.

Student Center Hours

Monday – Thursday: 8 am -4 pm

Gaming Area Open

Monday – Thursday:  8 am – 4 pm

ASO Board Meeting


Student Center ASO/Club Leader Office #306



August 2023

Taft College’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion webpage .  The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) webpage is a resource for community members, educators, and students to promote further engagement, learning, and awareness around DEI.  There, you will find historical documents, books, articles, podcasts, videos, and more related to the history, the various movements, associated terms, the scholarship, and tools related to DEI.

Student Life Program Goals:

  • Develop leadership skills through the organization and implementation of activities and club meetings.
  • Learn to work cohesively with all club members and members of different clubs or campus
    organizations as well as staff, faculty, and administration.
  • Facilitate a means of communication between Taft College students, faculty, administration, and staff
    as well as the community.
  • Cultivate creative thinking skills to create an environment that encourages diversity
  • Become active members and role models in the Taft Community
  • HAVE FUN!!!


For more information about Student Life and Clubs, call 661-763-7887 or email the ASO Executive Board,

ASO Advisor

Student Life and Basic Needs Coordinator

Myisha Cutrona