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La Plata Student Clubs and Organizations

All La Plata Campus students are members of the La Plata Student Association, which supports the projects and programs of all student clubs and organizations catering to students with interests ranging from ethnic education to community service.  You too can join, or lead, any of these organizations.  We offer opportunities to start your own club, voice your opinion, give back to your community, network with peers, gain leadership skills, enjoy social activities, and more.  You determine your college experience, so why not start here for a little enhancement.

2018-2019 Clubs and Organizations

Want to join a clubs and organization? Download our offical CSM App and click "Groups and Clubs".  Search for "College of Southern Maryland" in your favorite app store.

Art Club

  • Advisor: Katherine Sifers
  • President: Charles Furby Charles.furby@gmail.com 
  • Purpose: To create art. To promote and build awareness of the arts in Southern MD.

Beyond Volunteering

  • Advisor: Timothy Fenner
  • President: Troy Robinson beyondvolunteeringcsm@gmail.com
  • Purpose: To volunteer to help surrounding communities, get students involved, aid in student academics and unite the community. 

Cyber Security Club

  • Advisor: Daphne Powell
  • President: Don Price erasedpost@gmail.com
  • Purpose: Create and train a cyber security challenge team for competitions, bring in speakers and trainers concerning security topics and skills, promote employment opportunities for upcoming graduates, promote security awareness amongst students and area community members

Design & Development

  • Advisor: Richard White
  • President: Malik Callaham virtuewriter98@gmail.com
  • Purpose: To engage, participate, and work cooperatively as a team, to learn and test the software used for the club and the project itself, to create a playable and finished video game based product and to explore the depths of video game design and implementation. 

English Club

  • Advisor: John Kulikowski
  • President: Thomas Donohue thomasd_train@outlook.com
  • Purpose: To discuss literature and writers of literature critically, seek and provide constructive criticism on written works and write as a collective group

Fitness Club

  • Advisor: Tim Fenner
  • President: Jermaine Berrien jermaine.berrien.12@gmail.com
  • Purpose: To promote health and wellness, network with like-minded individuals, create a healthier community and teach the importance of dieting

In Focus Club

  • Advisor: Olaniyi Areke
  • President: Marquice Simeon marquiceasimeon@gmail.com 
  • Purpose: Enhance the digital media experience and portfolio, interact with fellow peers of the same interest and create relationships to further network, and give fellow peers a chance to voice ideas and express themselves creatively in a healthy environment. 

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Club

  • Advisor: Jill Lassiter
  • President: Benjamin Cavallaro benjamin.t.cavallaro@gmail.com
  • Purpose:  The Purpose of the Chapter is to establish and advance at College of Southern Maryland witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world.

La Plata Student Activities Committee

  • Advisor: Melissa Chambers
  • Contact Person: Katelyn Kluh kjkluh@csmd.edu
  • Membership: Open to all students
  • Purpose: To plan extra / co-curricular activities for students on the La Plata Campus.

La Plata Student Association

  • Advisors: Melissa Chambers
  • Contact Person: MaKaela Henderson m_henderson6@csmd.edu
  • Membership: Election based positions. Must meet minimum requirements.
  • Purpose: To provide opportunity for the co-curricular education and personal development of students on campus.

Math Team

  • Advisors: Sandra Poinsett
  • Contact Person: Andrew Sosua andrewzouza@gmail.com
  • Purpose: To participate in the AMATYC's student math league competition

National Society of Minorities in Hospitality

  • Advisor: Gemma Wenner
  • President: Lee Roy Granston leeroy.granston@gmail.com 
  • Membership: Open to all CSM students
  • Purpose: Educate in order to aid in the recruitment, retention, support, and advancement of minority students in the hospitality industry. Build and maintain relationships between hospitality professionals and minority students in ways that encourage lifelong commitment to the organization.

Nursing Student Association

  • Advisor: Robin Young
  • President: Stephanie Berry saberry1@gmail.com
  • Membership: Open to all CSM students
  • Purpose: To organize, represent and mentor students preparing for initial licensure to practice nursing, to convey the standards and ethics of the nursing profession.

PRISM

  • Advisor: Stephanie McCaslin
  • President: Lee Roy Granston prismhotline@gmail.com
  • Purpose: Teach students important events throughout LGBTQIA history, create a safe space for LGBTQIA students, appreciate the LGBTQIA culture, mentor LGBTQIA students

Robotics Club

  • Advisor: Ronda Jacobs
  • President: Michael Balazs michaelbalazs4@gmail.com
  • Purpose: Promote study of STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) at CSM, study robotics including robot design and programming, compete at several VEX competitions at the college level in the region and possibly at the world competition, Mentor elementary, middle, and high school robotics teams.

Veterans Organization

  • Advisor: Ed Moroney
  • President: Jeremy Foster jeremycf26@gmail.com
  • Purpose: To promote college spirit, assist with the dissemination of valuable information to veterans and integrating veteran students into social and campus activities.

Women in STEM

  • Advisor: Sandra Poinsett
  • President: Kristina Babinski babinski.k@gmail.com
  • Purpose: The purpose of this club shall be to provide a space and meeting time for women in STEM majors to come together in a supportive atmosphere, to provide information for upcoming internship, educational, and volunteer opportunities for women pursuing a degree in a STEM major, and to connect women across STEM majors for networking opportunities.