Clubs

The AUPP Student Affairs office offers students the opportunity to organize, create, and lead extracurricular clubs of their personal interest. Clubs at AUPP play an essential role in establishing a culture of diverse community, leadership development, and teamwork building. Students are invited to introduce new clubs of interest or eliminate old clubs each semester. Many of the learning outcomes AUPP stands for are put into practice through hands-on application outside of the classroom. For example, effective communication and ethical behavior between club members, leaders, and AUPP staff and faculty must coincide together in order for a club to successfully run. Each club has a club leader and Faculty or Staff Advisor with a minimum of five active members. All students are open to propose new clubs at any time of the academic school year. Clubs at AUPP also serve as a healthy release from academic stress. For more detailed information on clubs, please contact AUPP’s Student Affairs Program Advisor at t.mesches@aupp.edu.kh. Here is a list of the clubs with their description currently running at AUPP (Subject to change):

 

Soccer Club:

The AUPP Soccer Club promotes leadership, teamwork, and hard work, enhancing their training and skills through quality-tested drills and Faculty v.s. Student competitions. The Soccer Club meets on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30pm to 7pm at Premium Sports Club in Toul Kork. [INSERT PICS]

 

Basketball Club:

The AUPP Basketball Club strives to progress students’ fundamental basketball skills, strengthen one’s confidence and character, and develop leadership and teamwork capacities. Practices include offensive and defensive drills, knowledge and rules of the game, and strength and conditioning. The Basketball Club meets on Mondays and Thursdays from 5:30pm to 7pm at Premium Sports Club in Toul Kork.  [INSERT PICS]

 

Chess Club:

The AUPP Chess Club emphasizes expanding one’s knowledge of Western Chess and Khmer Chess. The Chess Club meets on Mondays at 9am – 11am in the AUPP Center of Student Involvement (CSI).  [INSERT PICS]

 

Investment Club:

The AUPP Investment Club provides a hands-on experience investing in and learning about the stock market. Members learn how to study patterns of upcoming companies, industries, and markets, and collaborate strategically on how to invest. The Investment Club meets on Mondays at 11:40am – 12:30pm in room CSI 3. [INSERT PICS]

 

Philosophy Collective:

The AUPP Philosophy Collective serves as an outlet for students to dive deeper into pondering questions of the universe around a discussion-based meeting format. The Philosophy Collective meets on Mondays at 2pm – 3pm and Thursdays at 9:40am – 10:40am in Room Michigan. [INSERT PICS]

 

Chinese Language Club:

The AUPP Chinese Language Club presents an opportunity to learn the basic fundamental foundations of the Chinese language; reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The Chinese Language Club meets Saturdays at 1:30pm – 3pm at the AUPP Center for Student Involvement (CSI). [INSERT PICS]

 

Dance Club:

The AUPP Dance Club provides students with the opportunity to learn traditional Khmer dance and modern dance techniques. The Dance Club meets on Saturdays at 3:30pm – 4:30pm. [INSERT PICS] (But Seakly Email)

 

Music Club:

The AUPP Music Club is a collaboration of students interested in learning how to play music together, with the end goal of performing as a band at AUPP student-run events. The Music Club meets Thursdays at 11:30am – 12:20pm in the AUPP Center for Student Involvement (CSI). [INSERT PICS]

 

IT (Information Technology) Club:

  • Hardware and Web Development
  • Ash – University of Arizona

 

Gaming Club:

The AUPP Gaming Club is a collection of students who come together to play, learn, and explore new board and video games.The Gaming Club meets on Saturdays at 12pm – 5pm in AUPP’s Center for Student Involvement (CSI). [INSERT PICS]

 

Cooking Club:

The AUPP Cooking Club combines innovation, creativity, and the passion for food with a warming sense of community. The Cooking Club learn how to combine ingredients, techniques, and recipes to work together to create classic Western dishes. The Cooking Club meets 9:40am – 11:40am on _______in the North Dakota classroom. [INSERT PICS]

 

Book Club:

The AUPP Book Club brings students together around engaging literary works, discussion-based dialogue, and analysis. The Book meets every two weeks on Thursdays at 11am – 12pm in AUPP’s Center for Student Involvement (CSI). [INSERT PICS]

 

Speech and Debate Club:

The AUPP Speech and Debate Club brings students together to exchange and discuss new ideas and opinions in a debate setting. The Speech and Debate Club meet at 11:30am to 12:30pm on Tuesdays in the Alaska classroom. [INSERT PICS]