Clubs & Organizations

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Our clubs and organizations, which are coordinated through the Student Life Office, each work with a faculty advisor to plan events, participate in college and community functions, and provide a space for interested students to gather.

Cecil College students are welcome to join any of our clubs to gain practical experience and valuable professional skills. Students are also encouraged to start their own club. Being a part of student clubs and organizations is a great way to meet new friends, have fun, and try new things! Contact the Student Life Office by email at studentlife@nullcecil.edu or call (443) 674-1987 if you have questions or want to know more.

Academic

Alpha Alpha Theta (AAT)
Cecil College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) National Honor Society.
Biology Club
Students with an interest for biology who want to connect with other science-minded individuals.
Computer Science/Cybersecurity Club
Providing fun and challenging activities and networking events along with opportunities to successfully develop your skills in computer science/cybersecurity.
Criminal Justice Club
For students who are interested in criminal justice or are earning a degree in the field.
Student Nurses Association
Open to students admitted to the Nursing Program.
Visual Communications Club (VCP)
A group focused on exploring visual media.
Multicultural Student Union (MSU)
A support and programming group.

Religion and Spirituality

Amazing Grace
A Christian student organization.

Service and Social Action

Seahawk Pride Club
An LGBTQ+ support and social networking group.
CIAO
Cecil's International Affinity Organization.
Student Leadership Council
A programming and event planning group representing all students.
Student Veterans
A group to advocate and provide activities for veterans.

Special Interests

Art Club
A fine arts interest group.
Gardening Club
Students who like to grow and cultivate plants, such as flowers, herbs, or vegetables.
GeekDom
Advancing the enjoyment of sci-fi and fantasy literature, film and games.
The Squawk
Cecil College's student-run news publication.