Student Clubs and Organizations
For information on getting connected with any of the clubs listed on this page, contact the Student Life Office (A118) at 410-386-8500 or email@example.com.
- American Chemical Society provides students the chance to prepare and present technical material before chemical audiences.
- Animal Science Club provides knowledge and insight into any major or future career that involves animals, including offering first-hand animal advice and experience.
- Campus Activities Board (CAB) provides a variety of activities for the student body including social, recreational and cultural events.
- Carroll Book Club promotes reading and literature among students.
- CCC Gamers creates a welcoming environment for all gamers to assemble and talk about different types of games.
- Cinemagic Club is an opportunity for students who enjoy films to watch and discuss interesting movies.
- Cru exists to provide regular opportunities to study the Bible, worship and pray in a group setting that fosters fellowship, encouragement and discussion among members.
- Drama Club creates events and opportunities for students who have a passion for the theatrical arts.
- Early Childhood Education Club (ECE) increases awareness of the importance of the early childhood period. Community outreach and professional leadership activities are emphasized for ECE college students.
- Hiking Club provides students who are enthusiastic about hiking with an opportunity to share their passion with other hikers.
- History Club educates others about the value of history and how it has shaped and continues to shape our culture, beliefs and political structure in today's society.
- Multicultural Society promotes cultural awareness in the college community to create a more pluralistic society.
- Service-Learning Club brings together students interested in serving the community. It helps students reflect on their service and its meaning to the larger community.
- Student Education Association increases the professional development of future educators through an emphasis on community service and involvement in leadership activities.
- Soccer Club offers an opportunity for students to experience a fun, energetic, competitive sports outside the context of divisional college soccer.
- S.T.E.M. Club (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) provides opportunities for students to discuss similar interests and participate in STEM based activities within and outside the college.
- Student Government Organization (SGO) represents the student body, promotes community service and student involvement with opportunities to serve on campus committees, and help with special events.
- Student Newspaper Club - The Quill covers news and events relating to the college and surrounding area, and provides readers with a fair and unbiased journalistic source devoted to giving you information you need.
- Ultimate Frisbee Club brings men and women together to play the fast paced sport of ultimate.
Starting a New Club
If you are interested in starting a new student club or organization, all you need is an advisor and at least three interested students. Contact the Office of Student Life or view more information on starting a new club.
Intramural sports are held each term and are free if you are enrolled in a Carroll credit class. Sports vary each term, but include popular team sports like basketball, soccer, volleyball, softball and flag football. To participate, sign-up for intramural sports on Blackboard.
- Sign-in to Blackboard
- Go to the "My Community" tab
- Under the "Organization Catalog" heading, select the "Student Clubs and College Organizations" folder
- Enroll in the intramural of your choice