Student Clubs and Organizations

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The College of Southern Maryland offers as rich of an experience outside of the classroom as it does within one.

No matter where you attend classes at the College of Southern Maryland, there are clubs and activities available to appeal to almost any interest you might have. Contact a club advisor today to learn more!

Interested in starting or renewing a club?  It's easy...

  1. Gather at least 10 student members willing to participate in club activities. Members must have a valid student ID card and be enrolled in credit classes.
  2. Obtain an advisor. Advisors must be employees of the College of Southern Maryland and approved by the Student Life Office.
  3. Submit a completed Club Registration Form.
  4. Develop your club constitution and bylaws with the new members to help govern your organization.

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Current Clubs and Organizations

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

Purpose: To create and appreciate art. Building a community of artists across all CSM campuses and promoting awareness of the arts in Southern Maryland.

Purpose: To create an environment that encourages and supports a business mindset, develops an entrepreneurial spirit and establishes opportunities to develop contacts and relationships in the business and accounting worlds.

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, and promote security awareness amongst students and area community members.

Purpose: To provide students with educational and networking opportunities in the academic, criminal justice and law enforcement communities, to discuss issues and current events that are directly related to Criminal Justice, and provide CSM students with information on the different career choices in the field of Criminal Justice.

Purpose: Involve gamers and non-gamers to create a gaming community - playing the latest and older games on various consoles.

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, and promote security awareness amongst students and area community members.

Purpose: To develop problem solving skills, encourage teamwork while fostering relationships and enhancing creativity.

Purpose: To inform the College of Southern Maryland communities of serious environmental issues on campus and in our community and educate the student body on how to combat them.

Purpose: To engage and inspire our international students in their college community, by creating a xenial educational environment while also helping students be successful.

Purpose: To establish and advance at the 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.

Purpose: Provide opportunities for cocurricular and extracurricular education and personal development of students and to provide a diverse program of activities, programs, and services at the La Plata Campus.
  • Advisor: Dominique "MJ" Croons, dncroons2@csmd.edu
  • Contact Person: Dominique "MJ" Croons, dncroons2@csmd.edu
  • Membership: Election-based positions. Must meet minimum requirements.

Purpose: To plan extracurricular and cocurricular activities for students on the La Plata Campus.

Purpose: Provide opportunities for cocurricular and extracurricular education and personal development of students and to provide a diverse program of activities, programs, and services at the Leonardtown Campus.

Purpose: To plan extracurricular and cocurricular activities for students on the Leonardtown Campus.

Purpose: To create a space for students of different cultural backgrounds through creating a sense of self-worth and belonging, learning to become proactive community, and learning more about other cultures and creating social cohesion.

Purpose: To organize, represent, and mentor students preparing for initial licensure to practice nursing, to convey the standards and ethics of the nursing profession.

Purpose: Provide opportunities for cocurricular and extracurricular education and personal development of students and to provide a diverse program of activities, programs, and services at the Prince Frederick Campus.

Purpose: The Prince Frederick Campus Student Activities is charged planning, executing, and evaluating co-curricular extra-curricular student events, activities, and programs on the Prince Frederick Campus.

Purpose: To educate, encourage, advocate, and present a visible LGBTQIA+ community on campus that is open to students of all sexualities, gender identities and allies. The club will also provide a safe community with resources for people who may not be open about their identity to those around and/or close to them.

Purpose: To provide a place where people can facilitate a deeper understanding of Christ, ask questions in safe space, while also building relationships with other people.  

Purpose: To organize and plan events in order to create a sense of community on campus, especially among black and brown students, while also creating a safe space to bring female students together and encourage campus activity.
Last updated: 1/31/2023
Contact Your Student Life Coordinator

La Plata Campus
Dominique "MJ" Croons
301-934-7710
dncroons2@csmd.edu

Leonardtown Campus
Jennifer Van Cory
240-725-5410, x5410
jlvancory@csmd.edu

Prince Frederick Campus
Courtney Hawkins
443-550-6022
cmkimble@csmd.edu

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