Join the Club! 

We have just begun to ask for dues again (March 2023)

We hope you will support us!

The treasury of the SCCOC relies entirely upon the funds for support.  For the small amount of $22, you will become a sponsoring member. See the details below on how to submit your payment.

As a small club we do not aspire to huge fundraising or charitable donations, but rather to keep interest in the college, network with our fellow alumnae, and to spread the word of Smith on the west coast to prospective students.  Therefore it is important for us to offer events throughout the year for free or nearly free to entice our alums to gather, share our lives, learn of Smith today and reminisce about our days at Smith, and mentor young Smithies.

Three Ways to Pay your Dues

Dues are $22.00 for 2023 

#1 Use Google Pay

This app allows you to pay your dues using a mobile device (Android, iPad, iPhone, tablet).  Look at the bottom of our Club email for the LINK: “Pay Smith Club Dues”. That link opens to the Google Pay “Get Started” page. Download the app and set up your account.

You will be asked for your name, address, etc., and for your payment method. To avoid fees link to your bank account.  Adding your device security passcode completes the registration.

Once your account is established, search for payee:

Smith Club Orange County/ 917-985-1151

Make a payment for $22.00

#2. Use Checkbook and USPS

Write a check payable to Smith College Club OC and mail it ($22) to our Treasurer.


Smith Club OC

46 Cartier Aisle

Irvine, CA 92620

#3. Use Computer Online Bank Account

Go to your Bank’s website and sign in to your checking account. Your bank may offer a “Pay Bills” service. Add the Smith College Club OC as a payee.

The bank will ask for payee name, address and phone.

Smith College Club OC

46 Cartier Aisle

Irvine, CA 92620

Phone: 917-985-1151

The bank sends a check directly to the Club from your bank account.

Also, most banks have an app that can be downloaded for mobile devices with a provision for “Pay Bills”.