Joining a club while you are at Red River College can change your life! Clubs are a great way to meet people, to work together with your peers to a common goal, or to share something important to you with like-minded individuals. The Red River College Students’ Association (SA) can help you find the right club for you, or to start your own club. Once you’re in your club the SA can even help you with fundraising for that event your club is planning, for a worthy cause you would like to support, or anything else your club wants to work towards! Starting a new club is simple and quick, just stop into one of the SA offices, NDC (CM20) or EDC (P110) and pick up a Clubs Brochure or speak to one of your SA execs for more details!

There are two types of clubs, Interest Based Clubs and Academic Clubs. Here is a list of some of the currently active clubs we have on campus

  • LGBTT* & Friends
  • RRC TV
  • International Student Club
  • Anime


  • Dungeons and Dragons
  • Indian Culture Club
  • Christian Fellowship


  • Thunderbird
  • Sague club
  • Table top Gaming
  • Book Reading Club
  • Breakfast Club
  • The Movie Club
  • Board Game Club
  • Power Lifting
  • Music Club





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BN Awesome 2014

Fundraising for grad

Nursing Student’s Union

Nursing council represents nursing students to the faculty of nursing, alumni & community at large. Nursing council organizes wide variety of student events and is concerned with both academic/non-academic aspect of student life

Animal Health Technology Grad 2014

To raise money for grad


We represent the college in a national engineering competition, GNCTR, yearly. Students get to use and apply engineering skills while being exposed to the industry

Concrete Toboggan 2014

Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race – we build a toboggan with skis made out of concrete and race against other schools across Canada


To raise funds for a trip to the National Association of Broadcasters Conference

Med Lab Sciences Class of 2014

To fundraise for graduation


To fundraise for students – pay for professional association seminars at provincial level

CYC Year 2

To help raise money for grad and conferences

CYC 2014

To fundraise for students to attend CYCWAM confrences

EP 4.0

To fundraise for the entrepreneurship tradeshow 

EP club 10

To fundraise for the entrepreneurship tradeshow

Coffees R Us

To fundraise for the entrepreneurship tradeshow

Super 8

To fundraise for the entrepreneurship tradeshow

Winnipeg Mobile Inspections

            To fundraise for the entrepreneurship tradeshow

EP club 7

To fundraise for the entrepreneurship tradeshow

Teacher Education

Organizing funding opportunities to allow teacher education students to participate in professional development such as conferences etc

Coalition of Highly Effective Super Students (CHESS)

            Working together to achieve academic goals

Graphic Design Students Collective

Fundraise for student education and grad promotion – field trips, open house event, and art show at the forks


Creative Communication Media Awards 2014

DMD 2013-2014

Interest-Based Clubs
Aboriginal Students’ Committee

Represent and empower Aboriginal Students building sense of community, promoting healthy lifestyles, include student lead activities, and create awareness of cultures that are in the College

Mind It

The objective of this student club is to encourage a supportive and open conversation about mental health and wellness at Red River College. Through the club, members will reach out to other students and encourage them to think about their mental health, act as supports for each other, initiate conversations about mental health, and help to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.

Hope for Tomorrow

The purpose of this club is to raise money for foundations like:

  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Easter seal
  • Prostate cancer
  • Breast cancer
  • Heart and stroke foundation.

This club will organize on campus to collect money for donation to this foundation because there is hope for tomorrow


To raise money for cystic fibrosis

Apex Studios

To let individuals at RRC record original music and perform at student and community based functions. Will provide RRC with different genres of music and culture, as well as respectful freedom of speech

Des-C Eh!

To educate new members and new students about Canadian cultures. Focusing on the need of international students in every single aspect like culture adaptation in the college environment. To show views and culture, help new international students to reduce the culture shock.

Better People Tomorrow (BPT)

            To create a socially inclusive environment within our club. We would like to offer a space for students and friends to congregate and connect, with an option to play/participate in games offered