Contact UsStudent Services
Location: Building 535, Offices 29/30
Phone: (909) 607-0389
Fax: (909) 607-8086
Email: student_services[at symbol]kgi.edu
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
In addition to professional organizations, there are a number of social/interest clubs that encourage student interaction between schools and programs at KGI, which enriches the graduate student experience outside of the classroom. All students are welcome to join these social/interest clubs.
The KGI Beer Club open to everyone and anyone. The club features outings to local microbreweries in the Inland Empire, where members can let loose from the rigors of the KGI curriculum and experience the craft beer culture of Southern California. The club serves as a unique forum for students to learn about and sample different types of beer, practice their networking and conversational skills, and simply enjoy the company of others.
Breaking Bread Club
Bryant Kao, MBS '16 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Breaking Bread Club welcomes everyone in the campus community to share in Christian fellowship.
Good Game Club
Rafael Ollervides, MBS '16 | email@example.com
The Good Game Club provides a fun, social outlet for KGI students to take a break from their coursework and have fun without spending money! Our club is about all types of games: board games, dice, card, tabletop and video games. We meet once or twice a week on campus and everyone is invited to come and play. The GG club serves to promote strategic thinking, friendly competition, and fun in a relaxed environment.
Shirley Tsai, SoP '18 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Outdoor Club is focused on exploring the great outdoors. We encourage students to spend a few hours reconnecting with nature. We will go kayaking, find waterfalls, and see new vistas. All skill levels are welcome.
Wine club is an educational platform used to expose students to the history and culture surrounding the wine industry. Additionally, this club serves to help students improve upon their networking skills by placing them in situations representative of industry networking events.