Student Organizations and Clubs

Student engagement in a multicultural world...on campus

Below are a list of some of the organizations and clubs on campus that embrace and promote inclusion and multicultural events. For a full listing of student organizations, please visit

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7360 Dance Crew

College of Charleston's first k-pop dance troupe !! Giving students on campus the opportunity to meet others and practice/preform dance covers centered around Korean pop culture.

A.Bevy at College of Charleston

To produce creative + introspective experiences that assist young adults in discovering their passion, path, and purpose.

African Studies Club

The African Studies Club works to educate students on African culture, politics, and other studies connected to the continent. We hold bi-monthly meetings and events for members to learn more about Africa!

Anthropology Club

A club for people who like to learn about people. And all of the wonders of the Anthropological field.

Arabic Club at CofC

We seek to explore Arab culture through music, food, movies, and more. We encourage anyone who has an interest in the Arab world and an open mind to join us!

Archaeology Club

Can ya dig it?

Asian Student Association

An all-inclusive community for the Asian students on campus. Everyone is invited to join and learn more about Asian culture and meet new people!

Black Student Union

Black Student Union is a student led organization that promotes inclusivity and diversity on the College of Charleston's campus.

Bonner Leader Program

Bonner Leaders engage in a four year developmental experience of service learning highlighted by regular reflection and training experiences. Bonners are invited to apply after acceptance to the College of Charleston.

Call Me Mister

The mission of the Call Me MISTER® (Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role Models) Initiative is to increase the pool of available teachers from a broader more diverse background amongst the State's lowest performing elementary schools.

Challah for Hunger at College of Charleston

Challah for Hunger brings people together to bake and sell challah bread, raising money and awareness for social justice while also beginning advocacy efforts within the campus and Charleston communities.

Chinese Club

The Chinese Club at College of Charleston has no language requirement and actually promotes non-chinese speakers to join. We are an enthusiastic group that indulges in the tasting of Chinese tea and food while also learning about Chinese culture.

CisternYard Media

Student Media at The College of Charleston

Citizens' Climate Education CofC

CCL empowers everyday people to work together on climate change solutions. Our supporters are organized in more than 400 local chapters across the US. Together we’re building support for a national bipartisan solution to climate change.

College of Charleston German Club

The purpose of the organization is to expose its members to German culture, history, and language as well as to provide a place for students who have an interest in these topics to share and express those interests.

Collegiate Curls

A natural hair empowerment organization centered on minority student uplift through healthy hair, skincare, and lifestyle practices.

Cougar Activities Board

The Cougar Activities Board (CAB) is a student-run organization that provides programming to the College of Charleston community. Our events are open to all undergraduate and graduate students.

Delta Phi Delta Dance Fraternity Incorporated

Since its inception, Delta Phi Delta Dance Fraternity, Inc. has strived to be a national non-profit educational organization dedicated to the preservation, study, teaching, enjoyment, and continuing evolution of all dance styles.

Doctor Who Club

Join us to view episodes of Doctor Who and discuss varying themes in order to apply them to our lives. The TARDIS doors are open to ALL!

Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Council

The GDIC seeks to build and sustain a supportive community for minority graduate students that contribute to their academic development, social growth, and well-being; through workshops, mentoring, engaging in community service, events, and networking.

Hispanic Latino Club

The Hispanic Latino Club’s goal is to unite all of CofC’s students of Hispanic and Latino descent as well as other students together to embrace our nationality and learn more about our culture.

Human Rights Alliance

A student-run organization centralized its focus on human rights by providing a safe space to express progressive and creative thought.

Italian Club

We meet weekly to talk about Italian language and culture, and also hold Italian conversation hours.

Japanese Culture Club

We are CofC's official club dedicated to educating our community, and experiencing Japanese culture and language. We hold movie nights, learn about different aspects of Japanese culture, host workshops, and participate in local cultural events!

Jewels Incorporated

The purpose of Jewels Inc., is to empower young urban girls, called Jewels, as future leaders through education, training, and social activism.

Korean Culture Club at CofC

The Korean Culture Club (KCC) is one of the newest organizations at the College of Charleston starting in the spring of 2018. The sole purpose of this organization is to provide a place and environment for people to come together and discuss different as

Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc.

Fraternity of diverse men who want to make a positive impact and expose culture both on campus and in the community.

Meditation Club

Come learn how to meditate with the Meditation Club! Meditation helps students reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, and cultivate skills that are useful for all walks of life.

Mental Health in Melanin

Mental Health in Melanin’s purpose is to combat the terrifying disparities in mental health care awareness in historically marginalized communities. MHM will provide a safe space to cultivate peace & promote peer education as well as academic excellence.

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Minorities in Medicine

Minorities in medicine we serve to educate and promote diversity within the medical field. Striving to enhance the lives of members and associates, we put our best foot forward through hands on experience in the medical field along with serve.

Minorities in Education Club

Minorities in Education (MIE) is a student organization open to any student interested in multicultural issues related to the teaching profession.

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, INC

Purpose 1. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. purpose is to bring about union of college men of similar high ideals of scholarship, and manhood in order to stimulate the attainment of ideas and ambitions of its members.

Portuguese Club

Join us to experience cultures of Portuguese speaking countries, enjoy Portuguese food, meet people from other countries, and experience the language. No Portuguese language knowledge required for most events! Come experience and enjoy!

Pretty Active

Our mission is to educate, empower, and diversify young men and women, through fitness, in an effort to redefine the ideal image of the female body so that all figures are deemed equally beautiful.

Russian Club

Not just for Russian speakers, the Russian Club hosts exciting events, delicious cuisine, and movie selections from Russia's vibrant culture. You are welcome to come to hang out and socialize as we play games, paint, and listen to speakers from Russia.

Social Advocacy Alliance

The Social Advocacy Alliance is intended to be a framework for student-led social sustainability projects. The organization values student engagement and creativity. Currently, the organization is working on a project called The Hidden Hands That Built t

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club aims to bring cultural and language immersion, opportunities, and events to CofC's campus and connect its members to community engagement.

Student Ambassadors

The purpose of Student Ambassadors is to assist in the recruitment and retention of multicultural and first-generation students at the College of Charleston. We are funneled through the Office of Admissions, to embrace the core values of diversity.

Student Diversity and Inclusion Council

SDIC is student council dedicated to promoting diversity at the College of Charleston through programs and events that are centered around specific cultures.

Student Science Society/ SCAMP

Our program is designed to increase and retain under-represented minority students in STEM fields through mentoring, counseling, networking, tutoring, and special access to professional and community development opportunities.

Student Veteran Association

Where Student Veteran, Military, Family and Friends can come together and meet on a common ground to help support one another through their time here at the college

Students for Sensible Drug Policy

Neither condone nor condemn drug use, rather we respect the right of individuals to make decisions about their own health and well-being. honest conversation about realities of the drug war. Advocate for policy change based on justice liberty and reason.

United African Students

The United African Students organization is a organization established at the college of the Charleston to enhance the culture, and views about Africans and Caribbean people by education fellow students. We believe in unity, equality and family and

Young Life

Young Life is a high school and middle school Christian Outreach ministry that builds relationships with high school students to share the Gospel of Jesus with them.