Meet new and different people - flip your world upside down.
Fulfill a campus or community need - do something about it.
Learn outside the classroom - why be just a geologist when you can be a ukulele-playing, fiction-writing geologist?
Try something unique. Learn and grow. And try again.
Browse the following list of student organizations.
All Campus Events (ACE)
Is a small group of students devoted to planning awesome events for the entire campus. We plan large events such as Winter Ball, The Halloween Dance Party and The Fun Fair, as well as smaller campus and sober night events like Movie Trilogies and Game Nights. ACE also teams up with other student organizations to help them plan events.
Adaptive Ski Lessons
A group of CC students that volunteer together for Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center Adaptive Ski, assisting mentally and physically disabled people learn to ski.
Ahlberg Gear House
The gear house is a resource for outdoor gear rental, trip planning and gear repair.
Alpine Ski Team
We are a semi-competitive club team that represents CC in the Rocky Mountain Region of the USCSA. Previous experience is encouraged. We love to race and enjoy being on the mountain.
An activist organization with members from around the world, all standing up for humanity and human rights. Our purpose is to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied. We investigate and expose human rights abuses, educate and mobilize the public, and help to transform societies to create a safer, more just world. Our vision is of a time in which every person - regardless of race, religion, gender, ethnicity, etc. - enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards
Aprender Mediante Amistad (AMA)
We provide tutoring, homework help and English language assistance to students living in the Bijou neighborhood. AMA brings these students to campus the first three Tuesdays of each block from 4-6pm.
We bring together CC students who have an interest in Arabic languages, food and culture.
Asian Student Union (ASU)
We strive to unite the Asian students on campus and to preserve the Asian cultural pride. ASU spread awareness on campus as well as sharing our culture with the rest of CC
The Aviation Club exists to promote the many aspects of aviation. Our members range from pilots to those interested in RC airplanes. Those of us who are pilots strive to encourage each other to fly often, economically and safely. Our goal is to advise those interested in becoming pilots as well as help current pilots refresdh their aeronautical knowledge and skills.
Catholic Fire helps student’s live authentically Catholic lives on campus
CC Beekeeping Club
We aim to educate bee enthusiasts about bees and bee keeping through speakers, workshops, and demonstrations as well as hands on beekeeping experience with the CC Beehive.
CC Boxing Club
We learn to box. Weekly classes taught by boxing hall of famer
CC Club Baseball
We play teams in Southern and Western CO with players ranging from potential D1 to beginners
CC Cycling Team
The cycling team consists of Road and Mountain bike racers as well as those simply into spending time on two wheels!
We are a group of liberally minded students that engage the CC and Colorado Springs community in order to educate and engage on pertinent issues facing Colorado and CC students.
We are Greek Life
CC Pre-Veterinary Club
We strive to foster understanding of conservative principles on the CC campus.
CC Speech and Debate
We argue with people and give speeches.
CC Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (CC SIAM)
As a Colorado College chapter, we are part of the SIAM international network of mathematicians and scientists who aim to build cooperation between mathematics and the worlds of sciences and technology. We invite guest speakers to give lectures at CC, organize field trips to learn about research at other universities and institutions, organize workshops, plan social events and provide opportunities to share mathematics-related research.
CC Spiritual Life
Let’s face it—finding a spiritual path can be a challenge…but it can also be an adventure! is as varied as our community is diverse. CC is a great place to be a seeker as well as a tremendous resource to deepen your faith. Spirituality can ground us in a way that offers meaning and wholeness in an otherwise turbulent world. At other times, it can shake us loose from our complacency and open us to new horizons.
We love to encourage folks in their spiritual journeys to encounter the sacred, and we also promote ethical engagement with those in the community. We’re available to meet with you personally to talk more about spiritual life at CC or listen to what’s on your mind. Just stop by the main office in Shove Chapel.
Centro de la Familia
Chinese Student Association (CSA)
CSA serves as an organization that promotes Chinese Culture and Language on CC campus.
Club Water Polo
The CC water polo team welcomes all experience levels to our co-ed practices on campus. Our co-ed compete across the state, while our women dominate the West.
Colorado College Alpine Journal
Our mission is to write, inform and inspire both our climbing and others by showcasing the climbers and climbs of CC - past and present - through writing, photos and art work.
Colorado College Bike Co-op
Encouraging sustainability through methods of alternative transportation connecting tomorrows youths with their bicycles and providing the necessary knowledge to make them last forever.
Colorado College Coding Club
We encourage computer coding in a group setting.
Colorado College Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
CC EMS is a student-staffed EMT squad dedicated to providing the highest quality of medical care to the Colorado College community. CC EMS also acts as an educational resource for students, faculty and staff regarding topics in emergency medicine.
Colorado College Equestrian Team
We are an intercollegiate equestrian team that welcomes riders of all levels from beginners to 3' jumpers. Go horses!
Colorado College Prison Project
We foster discourse, level critique, and engage in activism surrounding the modern prison and penal system. We explore under what circumstances, if ever, prison might be justified by a political order, and whether emancipatory, critical prison education might undermine the very purpose of the prison industrial complex.
Colorado College Student Government Association (CCSGA)
Colorado College Student Government Association is committed to representing the students of CC by addressing their concerns and supporting their endeavors. Student Government acts as a constructive resource for the student body.
Colorado College Tigers for Tigers
A tiger conservation awareness club.
Colorado Springs Food Rescue
Colorado Springs Food Rescue rescues perishable food that would otherwise be thrown away in your community and sustainably transports it to other charities and non-profits that serve at-risk or hungry individuals. Our goal is to establish a system that will eliminate unnecessary food waste and help solve the problems of hunger and malnutrition in our community - see http://www.coloradospringsfoodrescue.org/ for more information.
Community Engaged Leadership Certificate
We are a group of student who each develops a project to engage to community at large
Each Sunday we prepare a warm meal for our homeless neighbors in the Colorado Springs community.
Community Prep School Tutors
The Colorado College students offer individualized tutoring to the Community Prep high-schoolers, who have struggled in the formal education and often possess learning disabilities, display emotional or behavioral issues or are victims of the behavioral problems of their surroundings.
Teach kids that science is actually fun and not that scary through cool science experiments and demonstrations. A focused outreach to middle school girls!
We are a sorority for CC female collegians
We tutor kids at Bristol Elementary School three times a week (Tues-Thurs) in the mornings (7:15-8am) on all subjects
EnAct (CC Students for Environmental Action)
We are dedicated to environmental justice from the personal to global scale through collaboration, education and activism.
Engineers Without Boarders
The international organization Engineers Without Borders (EWB) strives to change the fact that today, more than two billion people lack access to the most basic things, such as clean drinking water, adequate sanitation, reliable passage to local markets and more. The Colorado Springs Chapter involves both professional engineers and students to work on developmental engineering projects (currently in Bolivia), which are mainly focused on design and construction of water and waste-water systems.
We work with elementary school students to teach them Spanish language skills and cultural appreciation.
Empowered Queers United for Absolute Liberation is a confidential, safe space for queer and questioning students to discuss queer issues and support one another. Meetings are 8pm every Wednesday in the ID house located across the parking lot from the library on Cascade.
We advocate for equality between people of all races, nationalities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. FemCo takes an intersectional approach to feminism and tries to combat the ways in which patriarchy hurts us all through action and education.
Figure Skating Team
We accept all levels. Free ice time for all students and lessons for those on the team! Team practice is held once a week!
An all-male fraternity at Colorado College
Films for Justice
We screen documentary films surrounding issues of injustice. We strive to raise awareness and create activism.
Fly Fishing Club
The Fly Fishing club aims to attract, educate, and unite anglers and students who wish to learn more about the sport. We offer all the gear and knowledge necessary to make fly fishing a possibility for anyone. We offer scheduled trips once a block, along with events including fly fishing films, fly tying sessions, and opportunities to pursue fly fishing through our supporters Trout Unlimited and Angler's Covey. Tight Lines!
Freeriders Union of CC (FUCC)
We are the ski club! We run ski buses, host movies and have a rail jam on campus. Don't forget Winterfest!
The inclusive diversity house on campus
GlobeMed is a student organization that is dedicated to increasing the visibility and awareness of global health issues with the goal of improving health disparities around the world. GlobeMed at Colorado College is partnered with Western Organization of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Western Kenya to improve the health of vulnerable communities. We invite all members of the CC community to engage in debate, advocacy and service in the issues of global health, health of underserved populations in the United States, humanitarian relief, international development, and health policy
Good Food Club
A group dedicated to making campus and the world a happier, healthier place by providing a physical and emotional space for self-reflection.
Health Professions Club
Health Professions Club (HPC) is an organization designed to assist our peers in pursuing careers in the health professions. HPC provides resources, guidance, and advice to students intending to follow a career in the health professions (i.e. Dental, Medical, Optometry, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician’s Assistant, and Veterinary).
An autonomous student led group that upholds the academic integrity of Colorado College and educates the campus on the policies of the Honor Code.
Integrative Design Club
We are the student voice for design on campus. As a club we aim to promote student creativity and participation in design decisions.
J Street U @ CC
This group works to find a solution to the conflict in the Middle East and to ignite conversation on CC Campus. Movie screenings, discussions and food to come!
Kappa Alpha Theta
Leading women dedicated to service, sisterhood, and tradition
Kappa Kappa Gamma
A sorority founded on the core principles of Friendship, Leadership and Scholarship. Kappa women around the world embrace positive ethical principles sisterhood and opportunities for leadership and personal growth.
Korean American Student Association (KASA)
This is a club dedicated to representing Koreans on campus and promoting Korean culture.
The Leviathan is CC's only literary and arts magazine
The best of the best. The greatest music festival at CC. Saturated with fun, considered unbeatable by most.
Men’s Club Hockey
A student, club hockey team for male students
Men’s Ultimate Frisbee
Men's ultimate Frisbee is a D1 competitive club ultimate team. We travel to tournaments throughout the country.
Microfinance/ Eco-Fit Club
We raise awareness about microfinance on campus and support various other related projects such as the EcoFit Project
Mind, Body & Soul
An inclusive women's group centered around issues related to women of color and food.
Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS)
We explore cultural boundaries in health care and act as a support group
We prepare a case to put on at national tournaments each year.
We celebrate culture and promote diversity on the CC campus by overloading it with fun.
Native American Student Union (NASU)
NASU is dedicated to supporting Native students, celebrating Native culture and raising awareness of Native issues.
Nordic Ski Club
We teach cross country skiing to beginners and organize racing and training for veterans
This is a sex positive group that promotes communication, healthy relationships and sexual autonomy on campus.
Outdoor Recreation Committee (ORC)
A human rights organization that works with Nobel Peace Prize laureates to promote and guide service projects based on the Calls to Action and the 10 most pressing issues facing our planet
We are CC's electronic event planning group.
For students interested in law school. We have lunches and tons of information to ease your stress.
We are a student group focused on exposing our members to various branches of the profession. We take blockly trips to gain valuable volunteer experience.
Refugee Assistance Program
We partner with Lutheran Family Services Refugee and Asylee Programs to help refugees achieve self-sufficiency in the U.S.
Relay for Life/ College’s Against Cancer
An overnight fundraiser benefiting cancer research and services for cancer patients through the American Cancer Society
Community service organization with current partnerships with the community kitchen and habitat for humanity
A fraternity at CC dedicated to friendship, justice and learning.
SOCC (Sounds of Colorado College)
SOCC is the radio station. We coordinate student DJ's and music events on campus
SOMOS explores Latino/a, Chicana/o and Hispanic culture and issues.
The student organization for sexual safety is a group that promotes safe sex at Colorado College
South American Student Association (SASA)
A club that focuses on raising awareness about South Asian identity and promotes discussion regarding its culture.
State of the Rockies
State of the Rockies is a Colorado College institution that researches, and educates about, natural resource issues in the Rocky Mountain West.
Student Alumni Association
The mission of the Student Alumni Association (SAA) is to strengthen student’s lifelong loyalty to CC by providing opportunities that instill school pride, cultivate relationships between students, alumni and the CC community and give back or pay it forward to future generations.
Student Anthropology Society
For anyone interested in anthropology. We have career panels, lunches, monthly meetings and other activities. DO IT!
A student run farm that grows organic food for consumption on campus
Student Musical Theatre Group (SMTG)
SMTG puts on two shows a year. One student show and one in conjunction with the music department. SMTG exists for students to experience musical theater
Swing, Blues and Ballroom
Swing into dance with swing, blues and ballroom! No experience necessary! Drop ins every Tuesday evening.
An alternative high school in Colorado Springs that "encourages students and staff to become positive, productive citizens" by "honoring individual needs". Many of the students enrolled at Tesla are unable to attend a traditional high school for a wide variety of reasons. Unfortunately, these same students often lack positive role models in their lives. Therefore, our goal, as volunteers, is to be there for them as a mentor, guide, and overall positive influence in their lives. We will accomplish this goal during monthly visits where we will introduce the students to the outdoors and Colorado Spring’s beautiful surroundings. Although living in Colorado Springs, many of them have never been able to explore these areas.
TW maintains Taylor Theatre and puts on 4 main stage shows a year as well as TWIT, Zachariah’s Nephews and other student events like one acts, poetry nights, concerts and art theses.
Tiger Eyes Dance Team
A group of dancers dedicated to promoting positive school spirit on campus. We invoke positive attitudes through our exciting entertaining routines
Theatre Workshop Improv Troupe puts on an improv show every 4th Monday at 9pm.
Ubuntu African Group
A student group dedicated to increasing awareness about African issues, politics and culture through movies, guests speakers and cultural events.
Video Game Club
We are a community for all kinds of gamers at CC to connect through outings, tournaments, hangout nights and speakers
Volunteer Action (VA)
We partner with West Elementary School to mentor 4th and 5th grade students throughout the school year. Mentees are brought to the CC campus and other locations around the Springs to do aftEr school activities with their mentors on the first three Wednesdays of each block from 3-5pm.
Women’s/ Men’s Rugby
Colorado College's nationally competing rugby teams. Come out and play with us!
These girls continue their passion of hockey through college and want to share their love of the sport with everybody! Little to no experience necessary to join.
Women’s Ultimate Frisbee
A D1 women’s Frisbee team that competes across the nation in tournaments. In 2012-2014 they made an appearance at Nationals.
We do yoga taught by CC students for CC students.
Zachariah’s Nephews (ZN)
ZN puts on sketch comedy shows twice a semester.