Student Clubs

Student clubs are an integral part of the overall educational experience for SDSU Georgia students. The clubs are created by students and cover a variety of subjects. All students are invited to participate in one or more of the following clubs in order to enhance their personal, professional, and educational growth.

AI Club (Active)

The SDSU Artificial Intelligence Club provides a dynamic environment for students to explore AI through workshops, guest lectures, group projects, and competitions. Its mission is to cultivate an interest in AI, promote collaboration, and facilitate knowledge-sharing among students from diverse backgrounds. The club aims to better prepare its members for successful careers in the field.

Movie Club (Active)

The Movie Club offers students a space to engage with cinema, discuss societal themes, and develop critical thinking skills. By screening carefully selected films and facilitating open discussions, the club strengthens community connections and enhances cultural appreciation. The club also emphasizes the relevance of STEM topics within cinematic contexts, inspiring students to pursue their academic and professional ambitions with greater clarity and purpose.

Futsal Club (Active)

The SDSU Futsal Club is a vibrant group of 12 students from San Diego State University who share a passion for playing futsal. Currently, we are participating in the Universiada tournament. Futsal is a fast-paced game similar to soccer, featuring regular practices and friendly matches. Whether you are new to the sport or have previous experience, we welcome you to join us for some fun on the court!

Robotics Club (Active)

The Robotics Club at SDSU Georgia aims to create a dynamic peer-educational platform where students from SDSU, partner universities, and local high schools collaborate to explore and teach robotics concepts, including Arduino and WPI’s XRP. Through workshops, tutorials, and collaborative projects, the club enhances technical skills, problem-solving abilities, and creativity among its members. Hands-on learning enables club members to develop practical skills and participate in campus projects, fostering a culture of innovation and technological advancement.

Empower Women Club (Active)

Empower Women Club strives to raise awareness for women in STEM and promote their participation in similar activities, as well as advocate for women's rights, address societal issues regarding the everyday challenges women face, and provides opportunities for women of all ages to explore and partake in things they have been or might be interested in, widening their accessibility to different fields of knowledge and experience.

Basketball Club (Inactive)

The SDSU Georgia Basketball Club was one of the first sports clubs. This club is for anyone who loves basketball and wants to play the game (at any level). They host an annual inter-major competition where students can compete with their classmates.

Board Game and Chess Club (Inactive)

The SDSU Georgia Board Game and Chess Club is a place where students can relax and entertain themselves. Playing board games increases creativity and self-confidence and improves memory, cognitive skills, and communication skills. The variety of games and activities available to students through this club will put them into different kinds of social situations and improve their teamwork skills.

Cycling Club (Inactive)

The purpose of Cycling Club is to promote an active lifestyle and give students a chance to relax, travel, and have a good time with friends. Cycling will show students the importance of a healthy lifestyle, especially in Tbilisi where air pollution is high. This club will give students the chance to travel ecologically and have a good time. 

Hiking Club (Inactive)

The purpose of Hiking Club is to promote a healthy lifestyle and give students an opportunity to relax, travel, and spend time in nature. 

Math, Physics, and Quantum Mechanics Club (Inactive)

MPQM will educate its members in math, physics, and quantum mechanics by giving students space to teach one another. They discuss MPQM phenomena, share thoughts on the future of these fields, and test out new ideas, theories, and theses. MPQM Club is designed to encourage students to learn and to have fun doing it. 

Personal Wellness Club (Inactive)

Personal Wellness Club is an initiative designed to support students, acknowledge their perspectives, open up conversations about stress, mental health, taboos, and more. The Personal Wellness Club is largely focused on giving back, developing gratitude, supporting each other and developing bonds and traits that will personally develop each member.

Rugby Club (Inactive)

Rugby Club is encouraging a healthy lifestyle among STEM students, who spend a lot of their time sitting and studying, which is detrimental to students’ psychological and physical wellbeing. Rugby Club is also following in the footsteps of the SDSU by developing leadership skills among students.