Clubs and Organizations
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More than 200 organizations represent the interests, beliefs and ideologies of student groups, including honor societies and clubs focusing on academics, drama, government and politics, international interests, religious, service, special interests and sports. Check out the Clubs and Organizations web page to learn more.
The Cougar Activities Board (CAB) serves as the primary, campus wide programming body at the College of Charleston. CAB's mission is to provide co-curricular programming that enhances the overall holistic development of our students and the campus community. Visit the Cougar Activities Board website to learn more.
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The Student Government Association is the governing organization for the student body. Every student enrolled at the College of Charleston is automatically a member. Elected by the student body each year, officers of this organization provide a strong voice in articulating students' concerns and take an active role in improving student life at the College. Visit the Student Government Association website to learn more.
Sport clubs are organizations formed by students motivated by a common interest in a particular sport or activity. Participants have a chance to develop their knowledge and skill to a greater degree through organized practices, games, and meetings. Each club differs in its emphasis toward competition, recreation, instruction, or some combination of the three.
A quick glance through the Sport Clubs Contacts listing will reveal that the range of interests is quite varied. If your favorite activity is not represented by one of our existing sport clubs, stop by the Campus Recreation Services office to find out how to begin a club of your own. More information is contained within the Sport Clubs Handbook found in the Forms section on the left panel.
Membership in the clubs is open to all College of Charleston students regardless of skill level. Take advantage of this opportunity to participate in a familiar activity or to learn a new sport!