Department of Kinesiology
We believe that students can learn a lot from other students, and those personal connections are an important part of career development. To promote peer mentoring and student connections, we invite you to join one of our student clubs! We also encourage students to spend extra time in our labs, helping out with research and testing programs. The more engaged you become in your education, the better prepared you will be for your professional career!
Learn more about our clubs and get involved
The Kinesiology Pedagogy Club (KPC) is a student-run organization/club that emphasizes community and cohesion among future Physical Education Professionals. KPC works toward one common goal, which is to educate the community, as well as students, about movement-based health and the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle.
KPC is contunually working to add new events within the club in order to make it more exciting, educating, and professionally developing for all members, faculty, and staff.
In July 1997, the Fresno State Sports Medicine Club was formed. It's mission is to provide students with opportunities for association and interaction with the Sports Medicine faculty and Athletic Administration of Fresno State; to instill the desire for self-improvement and scholastic excellence.
The Sport Psychology Club is an official student organization recognized by the Associated Students, Inc. at California State University, Fresno. The Club holds regular meetings in the Sport and Exercise Psychology Laboratory and participates in a wide range of community events, including the annual American Cancer Society’s 24-Hour Relay for Life and local sport and health fairs. Members of the Club regularly also provide guest presentations on sport psychology to undergraduate classes in the Psychology department.