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The Student Organization Resource Center (SORC) aka “The Resource Center” is a multi-function space for use by Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) and their members. The SORC facilitates the diverse events, interests, and activities of the numerous student organizations by providing access to technology, equipment, space, and other materials. All of SORC’s resources and services are provided free of charge to student organizations. SORC is funded annually by the Services and Activities Fee (SAF) and much of the technology and equipment is funded by the Student Technology Fee Committee (STFC).

Created By and For Students Organizations

The Resource Center was established in 1998 by a group of students who formed a RSO dedicated to improving the resources available to student organizations. The HUB provided a space and the Resource Center provided a student-run service for several years under advising by HUB staff. In the mid-2000s the Resource Center became a formal unit within the HUB department and a full-time staffer was hired to manage the space, its student employees, and services provided to RSOs.

SORC News and Updates

2023-2024   The SORC has announced it’s plans for a systems refresh poised for this winter quarter, highlighting new computer systems and updated software for students. For more information, reach out to SORC staff at the HUB.

SORC Staff

The Student Org Resource Center has a great group of high-energy and helpful student staff. They are always willing to offer assistance and answer questions.



Tony Colinares
Tony Colinares

Phone: 206-221-3327


Student Employees


Huy Mai
Huy Mai


Faliha Amjad
Faliha Amjad


Jenny Zhan
SORC Staff: Jenny Zhan


Angelo Herrera
SORC Staff: Angelo Herrera


Jarrod Swarts


Hope Isom
SORC Staff: Hope Isom


Andres Kappes
SORC Staff: Andres Kappes


Jane Poluianova
SORC Staff: Jane Poluianova


Kai Akabane
SORC Staff: Kai Akabane


Ron Pechuk
SORC Staff: Ron Pechuk


Ann Baturytski
SORC Staff: Ann Baturytski

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