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Clubs and Organizations

Science, medicine, politics, art, games … the list of student-run clubs at Columbus State covers just about every interest. Current students can find a full list of currently active clubs on the Columbus State Hub. But in any given semester, here’s a list of clubs you might find at Columbus State:

African Descendants Union

American Sign Language Club

Asian Student Association

Chinese Club

Columbus State Chess Club

Columbus State Landscape Association

Columbus State Pride

Columbus State Veterans Organization

Construction Specification Institute

Cougar Creative Digital Design Club

Cougars for the Community

Creative Expressions Club

Delaware Campus Book Club

Delaware Honors Student Advisory Council

Esoteric (Trivia)

H2o students

Health Information Management Technology Student Organization

Honors Student Advisory Council

Hospitality Club

International Student Association

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Latin American Student Association

Magic, the Gathering Club

Medical Laboratory Technology Club

Mental Health Matters

Model United Nations

Muslim Student Association

Ohayoo Anime

Otaku Club, Delaware Campus

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Philosophy Club

Political Science Club

Radiologic Student Association

RealLife, Cru at Columbus State

Respiratory Therapy Student Organization

Robotics Club

Secular Student Alliance at Columbus State Community College

STEM

Student American Dental Hygienist Association

Student Chapter of National Association of Veterinary Technologists

Student Labor Coalition

Student Nurses Association

Student Nutrition Advisory Council

Student Paralegal Association

Students Striving for Success

Surgical Technology Association of Technologists

Tabletop Gaming Club, Delaware Campus

The Columbus State Philosophy Club

United Abilities Club

Video Games Plus

Vineyard Columbus

Young Democratic Socialists of America

 

CougarConnect logoIf you are interested in learning more, or would like to start or reactivate an existing club, please visit CougarConnect. You can also stop in at the Student Engagement and Leadership office in Nestor Hall 116.

A Quick Guide to starting using the Hub and Starting a Club/Organization can be found here.