Involvement Opportunities


Sixth College Student Council (SCSC)

  • SCSC is the student governing body for Sixth College, consisting of both elected and appointed positions.
  • SCSC members represent all students in Sixth College.
  • SCSC provides funding for programs for Sixth and the campuswide community, and plans activities geared toward building community at Sixth College.
  • For more information, contact the SCSC President or visit the SCSC Web site.

Student Organizations

Community Board (CoBoard)

This residential programming group plans a wide variety of fun residential events and activities including Sixth College's annual Chocolate Festival.

Meetings: Mondays at 7:00pm at the Dogghouse.

Contact | Facebook Page

Video Production Club (VPC)

Students in the Video Production Club immerse themselves in all things media related. Members learn techniques such as editing and producing short films. VPC hosts widely popular quartely lecture series. The club also coordinates the annual Digital Film Festival, a student film competition.

Meetings: Tuesdays at 7:00pm in the Main Conference Room (2nd Floor of Pepper Canyon Hall).

Contact | Facebook Page | Website

Television Club (TVC)

TVC is set out to supplement contemporary television and its surrounding media. We aim to recognize, understand, and respect the art of television in our twenty-first century society.

Meetings: Tuesdays at 4:00pm in the The Lodge.

Contact | Facebook Page

Queer Sixers United (QSUN)

QSUN helps provide students a community and connection for Sixth LGBT students, staff, faculty, and alumni.

Meetings: Mondays at 6:00pm at the LGBT Resource Center.


Sixth College Transfer & Commuter Organization (STORCS) NEW

STORCS is an organization created to help transfers and commuter students acclimate to UCSD. Any transfer or commuter students are welcome to join- we're not just limited to Sixth College.

Meetings: Tuesdays at 4:00pm, location TBA.

Contact | Facebook Group

Project Sixth 

Project based service organization founded in Sixth college but open to all UCSD Students. Our aim is to change the world one project at a time, being one little act of kindness or a large service project which affects the community. 

Meetings: Second Sunday of every month at 7:00pm in the Foodworx Dining Area.

Contact | Facebook Page

Want to start a new club or organization within Sixth College?

Anyone can start their own! Being under Sixth College also grants you funding, help from Sixth College student leaders and faculty, and established meeting times and locations for your club. If you are interested, please check out this page. If you have any questions, you can  contact the Coordinator of Student Activities.


  • Ambassadors are Sixth College students who strive to increase Sixth College students' sense of belonging and connectedness to the community.
  • Ambassadors assist with move-in, orientation, Welcome Week activities and other community building programs.
  • Ambassadors have many opportunities to become a leader in Sixth College, make new friends, and organize exciting programs for students across Sixth, and become a representative of their college.
  • For more information, contact the Coordinator of Student Activities or Student Life Officer, (858) 534-9001.

Applications for 2018-19 Ambassadors are now OPEN!

To apply, please fill out this application no later than Friday, April 15th, 11:59pm. More information regarding training dates and 2019's Welcome Week can be found there.

Orientation Leaders (OLs)

  • OLs are Sixth College students who help welcome our first-year and transfer students during new-student orientation programs.
  • OLs serve as a resource during new students' transition to the university by leading groups of students during orientation, facilitating community building activities and discussions.
  • For more information, please visit this website, or e-mail

Resident Assistants (RAs)

  • Resident Assistants (RAs) are members of the Sixth College Residential Life staff who live on campus.
  • RAs serve as resources and mentors for residential students.
  • RAs plan and implement various programs, events, and activities on campus for Sixth College students.
  • For more information, contact Marciano Perez, Associate Dean of Student Affairs / Director of Residential Life.