Active Student Organization List

With over 80 active Student Organizations, and the opportunity to create new ones, Colorado College provides an opportunity for every student to be involved.

Colorado College provides an opportunity for each and every student to become involved. Student Organization involvement allows students to maximize their college experience by taking advantage of a wide variety of campus opportunities. Student organization involvement is one way at CC that provides the chance to build lifelong friendships, grow personally, develop as a leader, engage in community service, and much more.

At Colorado College, we work with student organizations for the vast majority of the programming that occurs each year including late-night programming, concerts, special events, cultural and social events, community service & civic engagement opportunities, lectures, and conferences.

Don't see your Student Club or Organization on this list? Please email Campus Activities (

2021-2022 Student Organizations 

Email Campus Activities ( or Allis Werkmeister ( with changes. 

*Indicates student group through the Collaborative for Community Engagement Office.

32% Club 

Student Leaders: Sierra Romero (

The 32% invites all students regardless of financial aid status and are dedicated to learning about current topics directly or indirectly affecting students on need-based aid. Our mission is to discuss issues of class and aid in creating comprehensive solutions for students on campus. The intersection of class and race shall be a goal of the discussion.

Aprender Mediante Amistad (AMA) 

Student Leaders: Julieta Lechini (, Manuel Macedo (

AMA is dedicated to assisting community children whose parents in many cases do not speak English fluently and are unable to help their children with their homework. AMA helps these children improve their reading and homework skills, and provides them with fun and educational activities. Through our service, the students we tutor have an opportunity to improve their academic performance, as well as establish trusting relationships with role models from Colorado College.

Asian Student Union (ASU)

Student Leaders: Jennifer Lam ( and John Le (

We strive to promote and preserve various Asian cultures at Colorado College while seeking to unify those of Asian descent and those interested in Asian heritage regardless of background.

Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM)

Student Leaders: Skye Qiu (

AMW strives to encourage women and girls to study and to have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and equal treatment of women and girls working hard to become active not only in the school but in the broader Colorado Springs community and the AMW network.

CC American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) Chapter

Student Leaders: Abby Roat ( and Fiona Swope (

This student chapter of AIPG seeks to create a welcoming environment where students who are interested in careers in geology can establish professional contacts, attend technical meetings and conferences, go on field excursions, and learn about career paths within geosciences, as well as give and receive mentorship.

CC Chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM)

Student Leaders: Yiming Qiu (

The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) is a non-profit organization founded in 1971 with the purpose to promote equal opportunity for minorities, especially women and girls, in the mathematical sciences. The Colorado College Chapter of AWM was founded in 2018 and meets at least once a block with other math-related clubs to plan and organize group activities and events centered around math. Activities by the Colorado College AWM chapter include tea discussions with female CC alums and professors, a mentorship program for current and prospective female math majors, participation in the FemStem Symposium, visits to other universities and industrial workplaces, and Capitol Hill visits. To learn more about us, visit our website at

Baddies Reading Book (BRB)

Student Leaders: Finn Gonzalez (

Baddies Reading Book club is founded on connecting you back to our natural love of reading and storytelling. Engage with diverse groups of folks who get together 2 times every block to discuss the book of choice.

Best Buddies

Student Leaders: Libby Lazzara ( and Abbey Russell (

Best Buddies creates one-to-one friendships between CC students and individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD). The club also hosts a class on campus every Wednesday evening, named Higher Visions for Education (HVE). HVE is continuing education for adults with Down syndrome designed to enrich their independent living and social skills.

CC Black Student Union (CCBSU)

Student Leaders: Dylan Hall ( and Lonnell Schuler (

Colorado College Black Student Union offers a safe space for Black students throughout the Diaspora (including but not limited to Black Americans, Caribbean, African, and Afro-Latinx students). We are committed to amplifying the voices of Black culture, promoting awareness surrounding Black culture, and strengthening a sense of belonging and community at CC.

Black Women @ CC

Student Leaders: Elizabeth Banjoko ( and Erin Huggins (

The mission of this group is to empower and uplift black women. Our goal encompasses providing a place where CC's Black Women can allow themselves to be unapologetically authentic while promoting a positive body image and a healthy mind.

Board Game Club

Student Leaders: Jessica Hannebert ( and Maizie Newman (

Board Game Club is a group of gamers, enthusiasts, strategists, thrill-seekers, and fun-lovers of all kinds that come together to play tabletop games and enjoy the company of like-minded students.

Boxing Club

Student Leaders: Paul Oh ( and Gray Brunk (

Boxing Club provides students with an opportunity to learn full contact fighting techniques from a professional expert for sport, fitness, or self-defense purposes.

BreakOut Club for Community Service

Student Leaders: Kylie Orf ( or the CCE (

BreakOut strives to facilitate connections and foster cooperation between CC students and local, regional, and national communities by engaging students through meaningful weekend, block break, and spring break trips. We continuously improve our community partnerships and reflect on our ethics of service through engaged conversation and inclusivity.

Bridge Club

Student Leaders: Elise Chassman ( and Paul Oh (

Bridge Club is a group of students wanting to learn how to play Bridge (the trick-taking card game). We meet weekly with an instructor from the local bridge center to learn how to play the game, and once people feel comfortable we take trips over to the center to play with other people from the community.

Carnivore Club

Student Leaders: Connor Mcmaster ( and Cormac McCrimmon (

Colorado College Catholic Community (4C) 

Student Leader: Zoë Voettiner (

The Colorado College Catholic Community hosts liturgies, community events, art and spirituality workshops, speakers, hikes, pilgrimages, and more as a way of allowing students of all backgrounds to experience,  question, and engage with the beauty and diversity of the Catholic tradition.

Celecia K-Dance

Student Leaders: Lily Price (, and Lena Saunders (

Celecia K-Dance's goal is to further introduce and expose the Colorado College community to the rising Korean pop music industry through dance, and to provide a safe space to explore this unique and diverse dance style. We learn K-pop choreographies as a group to film and perform, as well as host workshops for CC students to participate in. We welcome dancers of all skill levels and experiences to join our group at any time!

CC Adoptees

Student Leaders: Sara Dixon ( and Lily Price (

CC Adoptee's mission is to foster a community at CC for those who have ties to adoption and/or the foster care system. This space will be centered around compassion, openness, and respect for everyone's lived experiences. CC Adoptees will be a place where students can find support, friends, and community.

CC Chess Club

Student Leader: Anudari Sharavdorj (

CC Chess Club is a group of CC students who like getting together on the 2nd floor of Worner on Monday evenings to play chess and have a good time! Members can stop by and leave at their convenience during our meetings to play many games of chess or just one. Our members range in skill level from never-ever played chess before to competitive chess players. No matter your skill level, come stop by if you're interested in learning and playing chess!

CC Coding Club

Student Leader: Ronak Patel (

CC Coding Club helps CC students get jobs and internships in the tech industry. Our club sponsors are tech companies from all over Colorado, who are always looking for talented coders. We take students on tours at companies, host CEOs and Engineers as guest speakers, and organize coding events and hackathons throughout the school year. Alumni of our club have gone on to work at companies like Google, Northrop Grumman, EY, Lockheed Martin, and Altia.

Coloring STEM

Student Leaders: Jordan Bates (

Coloring STEM is a community of students of color majoring/minoring in STEM that work to support and uplift as they traverse the difficulties of STEM on the block plan. 

CC Consulting Club

Student Leaders: Caitlin Blinkhorn ( Bright Throngpnasertchai (

The Consulting Club helps prepare students for consulting careers. We facilitate mock interviews as well as connect students with CC Alumni in the industry.

CC German Club

Student Leaders: Manuel Herold 

CC German Club is an exciting opportunity for students who want to learn more about the German-speaking world and participate in a wide range of activities on campus. It is open to everyone, regardless of their experience with the German language or German studies. We play games, philosophize, cook and share food, watch TV shows and movies, and think critically about the history and culture of German-speaking countries!

CC Panhellenic (CCP) 

Student Leaders: Isabel Alter (, Kaija van Zante (, Surakchya Risal (, and Mia Goldstein (

The Panhellenic Association is a dedicated and strong group of women made up of the Delta Gamma and Kappa Alpha Theta chapters at Colorado College. We are devoted to creating a strong community of powerful women through leadership, philanthropy, sisterhood, and a connection to our national organizations. Through this, we hope to promote and maintain CC's Sorority Community.

CC Pre-Vet Club (CCPV)

Student leaders: Bea Peirrepomt ( and Marilyn Jackson (

CC Pre-Vet club provides an opportunity to gain insight into various careers associated with veterinary medicine. Field trips may include attending Pre-Vet Day at CSU in Fort Collins, tours of the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, and potential trips to small animal clinics. Student and advisor support is provided through the pre-vet undergrad experience.

CC Productions

Student Leaders: Olivia Belluck (

Colorado College Productions is a student-run filmmaking and film appreciation group on campus. We produce our own films and support other filmmaking efforts on campus. We also host screenings, creative workshops, visiting speakers, and the CC Student Film Festival. We strive to create more opportunities on campus for those interested in film in any capacity, not just for film majors and minors. If you're a filmmaker or a major cinephile, this is the place for you!

CC Students for Christ (CCSFC)

Student Leaders:  Brandon Chan(, Ella Konrath (, and Jack McCroskey (

CC Students for Christ is a non-affiliated, student-led organization that emphasizes discipleship in the Word to help students grow in their identity in Christ through fostering a supportive and inclusive community. Our heart is to share the unconditional and unmerited grace of God, focus on Jesus' finished work at the Cross, and live truly free, blessed and victorious. Our Mission is to represent Jesus and reflect the love of God to others. 

CC Student Farms

Student Leaders: Kai Matthiasson (

CC Student Farm intends to include active space for ecological and community sustainability, based on land stewardship through intentional engagement with small-scale, hand-powered agriculture. Student Farming is a place for everyone to interact with the environment, and their food in a positive, engaging way, with tangible produce for students to consume.


Student Leader: Abby Mercier ( and Melanie Barksdale ( Miranda Dickerman (

CREATE matches Colorado College students with Mann Middle School girls to engage in creative, imaginative, and experiential activities. CREATE intends to establish a safe and inspiring atmosphere that encourages personal exploration, helping girls find a passion and build self-confidence through that passion. We work as a large group, as well as in small groups to give girls both individual attention and the opportunity to work with their peers. Activities include bookmaking, yoga, dance, songwriting/poetry, music, painting, photography, pottery, jewelry making, and weaving.

Delta Mu

Student Leaders: Gaby Jadotte (, Mary Astrid Nussbaumer (

 Est. in 2020, Delta Mu is a student-governed organization of highly-motivated women and femme individuals who are committed to community engagement, academic excellence, personal growth, and anti-racism. Though we will hold our traditional name of being a sorority, we hope to remove ourselves from the stereotypes associated with them and center our membership around social justice, political engagement, inclusivity, and equality.

Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority, Inc. 

Student Leaders: Nicole Chavarria ( and Flor Vargas (

Colorado College is home to the Timeless Tau Chapter of Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority, Inc.(est. May 2020). We are one of two Greek Organizations on campus that is a member of the National Multicultural Greek Council. DXN is open to all previously listed groups, Tau chapters is a safe space for BIPOC students specifically. DXN is committed to the furtherance of multiculturalism by promoting diversity and cultural awareness in our local communities and throughout the world.

Early Scholars Tutoring*

Student Leaders: Kate Lamkin (  and Emmie Weprin (

Early Scholars' mission is to provide quality homework help and build relationships with the students of Bristol Elementary School. 

Empowered Queens United for Absolute Liberation (EQUAL)

Student Leader: Lorraine Chen (

EQUAL is a safe place where you can find your allies and form your little family. Meetings/activities for the LGBTQ+ community will be hosted per Block.

EnAct: Students for Environmental Action at CC

Student Leaders: Lina Farias ( and Eve Gutheinz ( and Margie Knight.

EnAct is dedicated to environmental justice from the personal to global scale through collaboration, education, and activism.


Student Leaders: Sophie Pelletier (, Julio Duno (, and Jeremy Lewis (

Enseña organizes student volunteers to teach Spanish to students at Steele and Wilson Elementary schools on a weekly basis. The organization aims to promote multicultural understanding and Spanish abilities among students while fostering leadership and community engagement among CC students.

Femme+ Skate Club

Student Leaders: Jane Hatfield (

A student organization that creates a safe place for women and young girls on and off the campus, throughout the community, to learn how to skateboard and build community. Skateboarding is a sport and culture dominated by males, but we hope to make it accessible to girls as a form of expression, exercise, and a lifelong hobby.

Freeriders Union of Colorado College

Student Leaders: Drew Manning (

The Freeriders Union of CC is a community of skier riders, and anyone looking to get into snow sports! Some of what we do include providing weekly transportation to resorts, holding some resort events, and hosting screenings of the newest ski films on campus!


Student Leaders: Anni Zettl ( and (

GEM is short for gender minorities, and we welcome all women, female-identifying students, trans people, and everyone else at CC who feels addressed by gender minorities in STEM fields. Our aim is to establish a supportive community for gender minorities in STEM fields by connecting students to each other and opportunities, providing room for discussions on current issues, and hosting hard skills workshops.


Student Leaders: Caitlin Blinkhorn ( and Megan Koch (

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 the 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, the health of under-served populations in the United States, humanitarian relief, international development, and health policy. 

CC Hillel

Student Leaders: August Caldwell ( and Dafna Williams (

CC Hillel is Colorado College's Jewish student organization. All of our events, however, are open to everyone! We have weekly Shabbat dinners at the interfaith house and we also build a sukkah, put on Passover seder, enjoy a Rosh Hashana service in the mountains, and more every year. Join us next Friday night for Shabbat dinner!

John Quincy Adams Society (JQAS)

Student Leaders: Nick Cleveland ( and Kate Brush (

JQAS is a group that provides a space for students to discuss foreign policy issues such as cybersecurity, militarism, or sanctions. As a National organization, the John Quincy Adams Society also helps students get involved professionally and alert them to internship and job opportunity.

Justice Watch

Student Leader: Katie Wang (

The goal of Justice Watch is to be the eyes and ears of the community by addressing the lack of a group that independently monitors local judges and attorneys to keep them accountable for unfair treatment. It also seeks to address a lack of awareness, on the part of students, of what goes on in the justice system at a local level. To address these problems, Justice Watch brings students to the El Paso County courthouse to monitor these legal players. This group offers an opportunity for low-time commitment volunteer work that has a high impact on the community and the members involved. The group drives students to the courthouse every second and third Monday of the block to observe/monitor courtrooms for roughly one hour.

Kids In Motion

Student Leader: Kiara Butts (

This Student organization supports the work of Kids in Motion Colorado Springs (Kinds IN Motion CS), which began as an after-school program in 1977, and now includes two Saturday morning classes and a summer program for youth. It is an introductory dance program with various genres, including modern dance, jazz, and ballet technique. Instructors (CC students with a background in dance) teach year-long classes, though substitutes are always welcomed as well!

Korean American Student Association (KASA)

Student Leader: Kate Lee ( and Jenny Kim (

KASA's mission is to spread awareness and the culture of Korean-American students at Colorado College. Meetings are on 1st and 3rd Mondays at 6 pm in the Glass House.

CC Learning Initiative in the Mountains (CCLIM)*

Student Leaders: Clara Stein ( and Nathalie Reinstein ( Evan Thomas (

CCLIM is a service organization that works with West Middle School students in Colorado Springs after school and on weekends. Our goals are to expose kids without experience to the outdoors and issues surrounding the environment as well as service. In addition, we aim to serve as mentors to middle school students and introduce them to a college environment.

Luso-Brazilian Club

Student Leaders: Joaquim Pedro Salazar (, Kasia Bednarski (

Luso-Brazilian Club at Colorado College provides a welcoming and enthusiastic atmosphere for all students who want to practice their Portuguese and get to know Brazilian culture through music, dance, games, and food.

天道酬勤 Mandarin Teaching Association

Student Leaders: Karla Iruegas ( and Brandon Chan (

Mandarin Teaching Association is a partnership between CC and West Elementary and Middle School as well as Bristol Elementary School to teach basic Mandarin and Chinese culture to children and youth. Basic Mandarin is taught, so members or people interested in becoming members do not need to have any previous Mandarin knowledge to join. Support is provided to all members to ensure that everyone is able to thrive in the classroom and learn Mandarin while teaching it.

Math Club

Student Leaders: Alayna Mann ( and Aiden Ingenthron (

Math Club is a space and community for all interested in Math (not exclusive to math majors) where we learn and have fun with it! We discuss math topics, host math talks, plan social events, train for national competitions/exams, and take trips to math conferences.

CC Men's Club Rugby

Student Leaders: Zach Klingman ( and Hank Bedingfield (

The Men's Rugby team competes against other local teams in Colorado and Northern New Mexico. We play a 15's (15 players per team) season in the fall and a 7's season in the spring. Our team has an official coach and practices 3 times a week during the season. We don't make cuts so anyone is welcome to join the team regardless of prior experience or not.

Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS)

Student Leaders: Meghna Bagchi (, Rana Abdu (

We explore cultural boundaries in health care and act as a support group.

Multicultural Organization of Students: An International Community (MOSAIC)

Student Leaders: Manu MacEdo ( and Kenza Zakarya (

The mission of MOSAIC is to bring awareness to multiculturalism and internationalism at Colorado College and the surrounding community. Mosaic not only provides a safe space for international students to organize and talk about their own culture and the realities of being an international student at CC, but it also provides an opportunity for CC students of U.S. nationality an opportunity to exchange ideas and learn about multiculturalism and internationalism at CC.

Mixed Kids Club

Student Leaders: Kylie Orf ( and Justice McKenzie (

 Mixed Kids Club is a space for multiracial students to explore and advocate for their intersectional racial and ethnic identities while simultaneously building community amongst each other. We will discuss, document, and critically examine the experiences of navigating multi-racial and multi-ethnic identities on campus as well as worldwide. All this will be done while celebrating and highlighting the diversity of our members' heritage.

Muslim Student Association (MSA)

Student Leaders: Rana Abdu (

MSA is a way to connect, engage, and participate with other Muslim students, staff, and faculty at CC. There are opportunities to learn and grow spiritually, culturally, and intellectually. Throughout the Academic year, we gather for community, meals, prayer, study, social action, and holiday celebrations. There are also opportunities to connect with Islamic Societies of Colorado Springs and students from other local campuses. MSA is a welcoming and inclusive space for all Muslim students on campus however you may choose to be engaged. 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) on Campus

Student Leaders: Victoria Rosa ( and Emily Sulocha (

NAMI on Campus works to end the stigma that makes it hard for students to talk about mental health and get the help they need. We hold creative meetings and innovative awareness events and offer signature NAMI programs through a partnership with NAMI Colorado Springs. Our goal is to educate the campus community and advocate for improved mental health services and policies on campus.

Native American Student Union

Student Leaders: Andres Madrigal ( and Casmali Lopez (

NASU supports indigenous and Native American students at Colorado College in safely and comfortably expressing their cultural elements while garnering a college education. NASU also seeks to educate a broader campus and community audience on indigenous and Native American cultures and issues while celebrating and highlighting the diversity of our heritage. Learn more about the Indigenous Community at CC.

North Boys Enrichment Program*

Student Leaders: Zach Klingner ( and Abbott Gifford ( and Alanna Jackson (

The North Boys Enrichment Program is an opportunity to mentor at-risk males attending North Middle School. Each CC mentor is paired with a student from North and gets to serve as a role model, motivator, and tutor for this individual student. This program is a great chance to connect with the youth in our community and make a difference in a boy's life! Mentors pick students up at North Middle School and walk them to the CC campus for various activities, before returning the students back to North.

Neuro Club

Student Leaders: Ethan Grant (

NeuroClub is is a club for students interested/majoring in Psychology or Neuroscience. The group meets blockly and hosts book/article discussions, alumni lectures, and more.

Poker Club

Student Leaders: Chase Heyman(

The Poker Club provides a platform for all members of the CC community to come together and form new relationships through the game of poker. All people, regardless of skill level, are greatly encouraged to join the club and attend educational workshops and games in an effort to contribute to a community of learning.

Pre-Health Professionals Club

Student Leaders: Cecelia Schonlau ( and Elizabeth Banjoko (

Pre-Health Professions Club is dedicated to acting in the role of a resource to pre-health CC students. We offer panels, presentations, and job opportunities from local healthcare offices and their professionals (MD, DR, PA, NP, etc) in addition to advertising any opportunities that become available to our members. We are committed to evolving to our members' needs and interests, as we hope to support students in preparation for their careers.

CC Refugee Alliance*

Student Leaders: Melanie Barksdale ( and Peniel Owusu-Ansah (

The CC Refugee Alliance exists to connect CC students, faculty, and staff in meaningful ways with refugees and asylum seekers in Colorado Springs. We also participate in activist and advocacy campaigns to support immigrants in the Colorado Springs community as well as the larger immigrant community in the United States.

We partner with the  Immigrant & Refugee Justice Coalition of the CC Collaborative for Community Engagement, connect individuals to volunteer through  Lutheran Family Services to mentor and support refugees and asylum seekers in the US, provide ESL tutoring, attend workshops and events on issues relating to immigration, and support and partner with other community movements such as  Colorado Springs Sanctuary CoalitionColorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC), and the  Accompaniment and Sanctuary Coalition COS.

Room 46 A Cappella

Student Leader: Nora Wynn (

Founded in the early 1990s, Room 46 is the all-gender acapella group at Colorado College. We all love to sing and have an absolute blast sharing our music with our audiences. We value the wide range of voices in our group that create a unique and full sound. We sing a variety of different genres from the '20s to current pop music and perform at local events in the community and on campus! We hold auditions each semester, so if you're interested in joining our group please email Nora Wynn. You can also find us on Facebook and YouTube.  


Student Leader: Lucas Cowen (

Student members actively collaborate with local community partner organizations and use art, food, and storytelling to shift the narrative around homelessness in Colorado Springs. 

Sacred Grounds

Student Leaders: Emily Barga ( and Rosalee Bayer (

Located in Shove Chapel, Sacred Grounds is a student-based, sustainable coffeehouse and study space for the Colorado College community to interact, plan events, access information, and build awareness and energy to make positive change happen. This space is for the students of Colorado College to collaborate and promote grassroots education, social responsibility, and active engagement. We are a venue for performance, art, music, and literature. All beverages offered in the coffeehouse are fair trade-certified, organic, and non-alcoholic, as we promote a substance-free zone. Our main goal is to provide a safe and inclusive space for students to carry out their academic and creative endeavors. Through supportive community, dialogue, passion, and expression we strive to join the campus folk over delightful drinks for student-run events.


Student Leader: Logan Henning (

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South Asian Students' Association (SASA)

Student Leaders: Anusha Vajrala ( and Meghna Bagchi (

We aim to promote awareness of South Asia, create a safe space for South Asian students, and celebrate diversity.

CC Science Outreach*

Student Leaders: Meghna Bagchi (, Caitlin Kim (, Justin Tee (, Sam Lee (, and Daniela Gonzalez.

Science Outreach Club provides lab experiences for Audubon Elementary School, a school under-funded for science programming. We go to Audubon 1-2 times each block and work with 3rd-5th grade students. We do a wide variety of experiments, and no "science" knowledge is required -- we welcome anyone interested! We also host occasional on-campus events for elementary-age students.

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)

Student Leaders: Yingting Zhong ( and Davidson Cheng (

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. 

Solidarity Organizing for Inclusivity and Liberation (SOIL)

Student Leaders: Mahnoor Rehman (, Samwel Makyao (, and Pike Li (

SOIL Development Group is committed to promoting discussion and reflection on global development issues through the perspective of social sciences, such as sociology, anthropology, political science, and economics. We will: introduce global development topics through a cross-culture perspective, hold regular meetings and movie series, coordinate development panels with faculty, staff, and students from different backgrounds, and organize professional development lectures in Anthropology, Sociology, and Development Studies. 


Student Leader: Mariolivia Jimenez ( and Nicole Chavarria (

SOMOS seeks to bring together students of all backgrounds in an effort to learn about Latinx/Hispanic-related topics and current events. We look at current events and issues keeping a pan-ethnic identity in mind and also looking at all members of the Latinx community with this focus in mind.


Student Co-Directors: Rayn Fox ( and Anya Quesnel (

SpeakEasy is a spoken word poetry group that focuses on the artistic development of its members through weekly workshops and practices. The group performs each block to provide the student population with their monthly dose of bars, rhymes, lines, and untold stories. 

Student Anthropological Society

Student Leaders: Patrick Kerwin ( and Amalie Hipp (

 Colorado College Student Anthropological Society (SAS) is an on-campus organization devoted to promoting and spreading anthropological knowledge within the anthropology department and throughout the Colorado College community. The organization was originally founded in 1995 and was re-vamped by Nikki Mills and Sophia Pray in the fall of 2018. This club serves as a place to discuss anthropological ideas, promote interdisciplinary exposure to the four sub-fields, and, as a whole, expand Colorado College's anthropological community.

All community members are welcome to attend meetings and events. SAS leadership is chosen at the end of the year based on feedback from regular attendees. Final decisions are made by outgoing leaders. There are two primary leadership positions: two co-presidents. The society convenes once every block at 12:15 pm and hosts regular events throughout the year, including lunches, film screenings, field trips, and, of course, Anthropology Day. Please email Patrick Kewin or Amalie Hipp to be added to the email list for updates.

Sounds of CC (SOCC)

Student Leaders: Mimi Norton de Matos ( and Jane Harris (

SOCC has dozens of DJs that host weekly shows, we bring musicians to campus throughout the year, and we have a lively blog where our writers contribute a variety of music criticism. Our studio is located in the lobby of Loomis Hall at CC.

Student Organization for Sexual Safety (SOSS)

Student Leaders: Mary Duggan (

Student Organization for Sexual Safety (SOSS) is a student coalition of passionate allies, survivors, and advocates who are dedicated to creating a healthy and safe sexual climate, as well as shifting the culture on Colorado College's campus towards ending sexual violence. We tackle issues through varied and intersectional lenses such as rape culture, sexual assault, rape, intimate partner violence, and other forms of abuse and trauma, while also celebrating and promoting healthy, pleasurable, and consensual intimate experiences. SOSS provides students with a platform to question and understand the intricacies of these issues and the ways in which they influence our community.

Student Title IX Assistance and Resource Team (START)

Student Leader: Katie Lobel ( and Pardes Lyon-Warren (

Student Title IX Assistance and Resource Team (START) exists to provide survivors of intimate partner violence, rape, and sexual violence of any kind with advocacy support. By working closely with the sexual assault response coordinator (SARC) and Title IX team, START hopes to improve the experiences of students navigating the Title IX process at Colorado College. Our members complete over 40 hours of Trauma-Informed Care Student Advocacy Training. We provide support for students regardless of gender identity, sexuality, race, ethnicity, economic background, disability status, religion, or age. To learn more, please go to:

Sunrise Movement

Student Leaders: Olivia Jacobson( and Jane Hatfield (

Sunrise is a political action group dedicated to cultivating political awareness and action for climate justice by both acting locally and coordinating nationally. Come join the movement!

Tesla Mentors

Student Leaders: Karla Iruegas (

Tesla Mentors are a group of CC students (mostly Bridge) who volunteer at Tesla High School and help the students goal-set and create good post-high school plans.

The Back Row

Student Leaders: Chris Tobin (

CC only masculine identifying a cappella group. We've been active since the mid 1990s and love to sing popular songs a cappella! We traditionally do auditions at the beginning of the spring and fall semesters and then we put on a big concert at the end of each semester as well! 

Tigers Audubon

Student Leaders: Mary Rudolph( and Lark BenDaniel (

Tigers Audubon club where birds and conversations collide! Bird and Earth lovers are welcomed to join a group of mutual lovers. NO experience is needed because we offer everything you need to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.


Student Leaders: Jolie Curran (

TWIT is a CC-only Improv troupe! We love to make others and ourselves laugh through fun games in both short and long-term improv!WE are a group that performs fourth Monday of every block to lift the spirits of everyone during their final week in class. We usually audition every semester and no experience is needed!

Volunteer Action*

Student Leaders: Jared Mendiola (

Volunteer Action is partnered 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 3-5 pm.

XR (VR) Club

Student Leaders: Toya Ora ( Jackson Kaib (, Ronak Patel (

XR Club focuses on bringing virtual, augmented, and mixed reality to the CC community. We work closely with ITS on a wide range of projects. We encourage professors to use VR in the classroom, we assist students with projects in VR, and we provide blockly opportunities for students to come together and enjoy playing with XR! We are a pretty new club, so there are lots of opportunities for leadership and club growth! Don't see your group's name on this list? Your club may have not completed the active status application process. For additional information regarding registered student organizations, contact CC Student Government Association. Need your website information updated? Contact Allis Werkmeister at

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