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2022-2023 Student Handbook 
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Student Organizations & Student Officers

HMC Departmental Organizations

In general, each major has a social organization to promote student-faculty relations. Meetings are informal and on a non-academic basis. In addition, HMC, along with the other colleges, holds institutional membership in professional academic organizations, many of which nominate undergraduates for membership. Listed below are some of the student and professional organizations at HMC.

American Chemical Society

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

American Institute of Physics

American Mathematical Society

American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

American Society for Cell Biology

American Society for Engineering Education

American Society of Civil Engineers

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

American Society of Plant Biology

The Association for Computing Machinery

The Association of Symbolic Logic

Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Mathematical Association of America

Pi Mu Epsilon (national honor society for mathematics majors)

Sigma Phi Sigma (national honor society for physics majors)

Sigma Xi (national honor society for scientists and engineers)

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos & Native Americans in Science

Society for the Advancement of Latino Scientific Achievement

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology

Society of Physics Students

Society of Women Engineers

Tau Beta Pi (national honor society for engineers)

ASHMC-Chartered Organizations

All HMC student organizations (not including professional societies) must have a charter ratified by the ASHMC Council to be recognized and considered for annual budgeting. For more information about these or other HMC organizations, or about the chartering process, contact the Club Directors.

Adventure Club

AI Club

Anime Club

Art Club

BBQ Club


Big Pranks Club
Black Lives and Allies at Mudd


Botany Club


Chocolate Society

Combat Robotics

Crafting Club



Delta H (Outdoors club)

Double Standard CTF

DUCK! (Improv Comedy)

Effective Altruism Club

Engineers for a Sustainable World/ Mudders Organizing for Sustainability Solutions (ESW/MOSS)

EPAIC (Exploring Pan-Asian Identity and Culture Club)



Gardening Club

Happiness at HMC (H2MC)

Harvey Mudd Jam Society

Health Bots Club

HMC Esports

Horror Games Club

HotDawg Club

Ice Cream Club

Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association -
Harvey Mudd College (KSEA-HMC)

Marc (amateur rocketry)


MMAD (Mudders Making a Difference - volunteering)

Muddraker (student newspaper)


Origami Club


PopSHMC (Bubble Wrap Popping Club)
Project Decode

Robotics Alumni at Mudd

Rom-Com Club

Snow Club (winter sports)

Society of Professional Latinxs in STEM (SPLS)

Society of Women Engineers

Soda Club

Spectrum Charter

Study Cloud Club

Wine Enthusiasts

Women in Math Club

Women in Physics Club

Five-College Organizations

All 5-College organizations wishing to receive annual funding must register at the Associated Students of Pomona College Office on the Pomona Campus (Smith Campus Center). For more information on the present status and leaders of 5-College organizations, contact the ASPC Business Office at 909.607.2268.

The following is a sample of 5-C organizations:

5-C Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company

5C InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

After School Specials (a cappella)

5C Human Rights Club

Badminton Club

CC Democrats

CC Republicans

Chinese Student Association

Circle K

Claremont Finance Conference

Claremont Shades (a cappella)

EKTA (South Asian)

Equestrian Team

Extravaganza Magazine

Feminist Remix

Figure Drawing

Club Hillel

Hindu Society

Hui Laulea (Hawai’ian)

International Club

International Festival

Jewish Mentor Program (JMP)

Jewish Student Union (JSU)

Kosher Chords (a cappella)

KSPC (radio)

Mariachi Serrano de Claremont

Men’s Blue and White (a cappella)

Men’s Ultimate Frisbee

ASHMC Officers

President Mavis Stone ‘23
Senate Chair Ruby Foxall ‘23
Treasurer Henry Hammer ‘24
Judiciary Board Chair James Nicholson ‘24
Disciplinary Board Chair Freya Derdeyn ‘24
Honor Board Representatives, Senior Class TBD
Honor Board Representatives, Junior Class TBD
Honor Board Representatives, Sophomore Class TBD
Sustainability Directors Karina Walker ‘25 & Baltazar Zuniga Ruiz ‘25
Social Directors Eve Paulson ‘23 & Talia Wigder ‘25
Club Chairs Lilly Lee ‘24 & Shivani Manivasagan ‘25
Diversity Director Sid Rastogi ‘23
Committee for Activities Planning (CAP) Directors Katie Baakonen ‘25 & Katrina Nelson ‘25
Residential Affairs Liaison

Natalie Couch ‘24, Auggie Davis ‘25, Evan Kim ‘24 & Phia Ribiero ‘24

Executive Assistant Avani Anne ‘25
Senior Class Presidents Anna Ding ‘23 & Katie Wu ‘23
Junior Class Kanalu Monaco ‘24 & Kayleah Tsai ‘24
Sophomore Class Ben Hartley ‘25 & Audrey Vo ‘25
First-year Class TBD

Dorm Presidents


Lucas Ewing ‘23, John Hearn ‘23, Justin Jiang ‘23 & Katheryn Wang ‘23

Case Alekz Grijalva-Moreno ‘23, Lilly Johnson ‘23, Cole Nagata ‘23 & Saatvik Sejpal ‘23
Drinkward Kaya Lane ‘23, Elizabeth Lucas-Foley ‘23, Elise Meike ‘23 & Joel Tan-Aristy ‘24
East Ellen Ferranto ‘24, Ruth Mueller ‘24 & Nebi Samuel ‘25
Linde Nandini Garg ‘23, Zeneve Jacotin ‘24, Roxanne Oglesby ‘23 & Olivia Russell ‘23
North Penny Hernandez ‘23, Josh Jansen-Montoya ‘24, Amy Liu ‘24 & Cooper Nissenbaum ‘23
Sontag Eugene Gao ‘23, Paco Navarro ‘25, Yoselin Prado ‘23 & Andrew Yu ‘23
South Katie Baakkonen ‘25, Aech Loar ‘24, Bryn schoen ‘23 & Hallie Seay ‘23
West Bacon Bacon-Gershman ‘23, Henry Morton ‘25, Ixchel Lopez ‘23 & Saachi Patel ‘24