Clubs and Organizations
CONNECT WITH YOUR PEERS AND THE COMMUNITY IN ONE OF THE MANY CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS AT CCSJ!
Information about individual clubs, as well as how to register new clubs, can be found here.
There are many ways for students to get involved on campus. Clubs and organizations are always looking for great members like you. The clubs and organizations are student-led and cover such interest in service, cultural awareness, sports recreation, education advancement or exploration, and leadership. The student organizations are as diverse as our student body and are a great way to meet new people and enhance your college experience.
Become a part of the action. For more information, explore our clubs and organizations listed below.
|Black Student Union||Keli Burnsemail@example.com|
|Emmaus Catholic Student Association||Larry Cubalchinifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Los Amigos Club||Michelle Concepcionemail@example.com|
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Delta Sigma Theta
|Dr. Dionne Jones-Malonefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Student Government||Dr. Carrie Huttonemail@example.com|
|Veterans Club||Diana Francisfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Educator’s Club||Bruce Wisowatyemail@example.com|
|English and Creative Writing Club||Janine Harrison-Poorefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Science Club||Ed Draperemail@example.com|
|Art Club||Mark Cassellofirstname.lastname@example.org|
The mission of The Shavings is to report the college news in a balanced way, give students practice in the fields of journalism and newspaper design, and to provide a forum to help build a strong college community.
The Shavings is looking for writers! If you are interested in writing for The Shavings, please contact the Editor, Hannah Carr, or the Advisor, Professor Cassello.
What do Human Services, Psychology, Sociology, and History have in common? They are disciplines that help us all to become better citizens of our world, engaging us in the vital work of UNDERSTANDING OTHERS. CCSJ’s Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences is pleased to present highlights of student work from 2020 – 2021. These writings reflect our students’ progress toward meaningful careers in their chosen fields, as well as their growth into “citizen scholars.” The latter growth is an ongoing process that they share with all of us. We congratulate them and welcome readers to our fifth issue.
If you are interested in more information about Student Clubs, contact:
DR. DIONNE JONES-MALONE