Associated Students of The College of Idaho (ASCI)
The Associated Students of The College of Idaho (ASCI) is a collection of elected and appointed student government leaders who are responsible for managing the use of student fees, setting policy, providing the framework for a variety of experiential learning opportunities, and serves as a vehicle for student involvement in the governance of the college. To learn more, visit http://www.collegeofidaho.edu/asci.
Contact: Miguel Robles Tapia
Association of Latino American Students (ALAS)
The purpose of ALAS is: 1. To have a "Spanish Table" that comes together regularly. Students and invited guests may speak Spanish in an informal manner. 2. To make a newspaper in Spanish (at least one per semester), with contributions from the students, faculty, and other invited contributors. 3. To bring together resources on language, culture, and travel (magazines, newspapers, music and entertainment, travel brochures, etc.). 4. To become an information center, exchanging information between the students of this college and the outside community on Hispanic matters. 5. To raise funds for activities and to participate in cultural events related to Hispanic culture on campus and off campus.
Contact: Dulce Sanchez
Blood Drive Committee
Contact: Kelsey Nelson
The C of I Boxing Club provides students with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of boxing while enhancing their physical fitness, self confidence, self-discipline and pride. With the multi-cultural and ethnic makeup of the college community, the program also offers numerous opportunities for cross cultural interaction as well as team building. Member can gain, too, a sense of well being, recognition and self-responsibility.
Contact: Tameka Spence
Business Professionals of America (BPA)
The purposes of this organization are: * To provide opportunities for chapter members in leadership and development. * To develop leadership abilities through participating in educational, civic, recreational, and social activities. * To assist students in establishing realistic employment objectives. * To create enthusiasm and ambition for learning. * To promote higher standards in ethics, workmanship, and scholarship. * To develop the abilities of students to plan together, organize, and carry out worthy activities and projects through the use of the democratic process. * To develop competent, aggressive leaders in business/technology education programs. * To develop and strengthen members' confidence in themselves and their work. * To provide satisfactory social and recreational activities based on the desires of the students. * To foster practical application of business/technology education skills through competition.
Contact: Cameron Arnzen
Cabaret, on the surface, is an improv based comedy group to entertain the student body. Cabaret seeks to offer students the opportunity for artistic expression through performance mediums, and will provide it to any student who shows interest and commitment to the group, the campus community, and to comedy as a whole.
Contact: Madai Montes
Contact: Blair Symington
Circle K International (CKI)
CKI develops college and university students into a global network of responsible citizens and leaders with a lifelong commitment to service.
Contact: Tran Tran
Delta Tau Delta
Committed to lives of excellence.
Contact: Derek Tropf
This organization will serve to perform for the pleasure and enjoyment of the C of I community.
Contact: Brittany DeLong
ENACTUS Business Club
To provide members the best opportunity to make a difference and develop leadership, teamwork and communication skills through learning, practicing and teaching the principles of free enterprise.
Contact: Ali Dang-Ngoc
This organization will serve to inform the student body of old and new movies. We will promote awareness of new movies that are coming out and appreciate older movies.
Contact: Inga Lam
Fly Fishing Club
To provide fishing opportunities for its members.
Contact: Ryan Thielges
The C of I Food Bank is a volunteer-based service organization dedicated to the community and the college. Our purpose is two-fold: to provide a service for families in need in the Treasure Valley and to reduce waste in our school's cafeteria. We aim to improve the outreach of the school and the student body's involvement with issues of hunger and food usage in Idaho.
Contact: Hannah Dixon
Gender-Sexuality Campus Alliance (GSCA)
The Gender-Sexuality Campus Alliance is a group that seeks to foster a deeper sense of diversity on the College of Idaho campus. It is important for students to develop an understanding of their peers, and the issues that affect them in society. The GSCA is an organization that seeks to reach out to the straight community in the hopes of creating a sense of acceptance and tolerance. This is a club that celebrates diversity and, as such, all are welcome.
Contact: Santiago Lopez
The German Club aims to foster the interest of German language, culture and traditions on campus through German related activities for all students, both speakers and non-speakers of the German language.
Contact: Joao Cardoso
History Club seeks to promote an active interest in the discipline and knowledge of history in the student body and campus community.
Contact: Kellianna McAdoo
Kappa Kappa Gamma
The purpose of this Fraternity shall be to unite women, through membership, in a close bond of friendship, seeking to instill in them a spirit of mutual love and helpfulness, to the end that each member and the Fraternity-at-large may attain social, moral and intellectual excellence.
Contact: Dannen Wright
Contact: Davis Crookham
This organization seeks to establish a welcoming community dedicated to the pursuit of stress-reduction and relaxation among the often hectic, stressful college environment.
Contact: Shea Rodgers
Through individual and team growth, Men's Lacrosse aims to strengthen its program each year. Individuals, who are expected to attend scheduled practices, will develop skills in lacrosse, a commitment to the team, and a passion for the sport. We aim to accomplish these goals through strong student leadership and encouraged team involvement.
Contact: Patrick Erstad
Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK)
The Society is a leadership honor society with a threefold purpose: (1) to recognize individuals who have attained a high standard of leadership in collegiate and/or community activities and to encourage them to aspire to higher achievements; (2) to bring together the most representative individuals in all phases of collegiate life and, thus, to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate interest; and (3) to bring together members of the faculty and student body of the institution, as well as other Society members, on a basis of mutual interest, understanding, and helpfulness.
Contact: Susan Schram
The object of the Panhellenic Association shall be to develop and maintain women's fraternity life and interfraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment and in so doing to: - Consider the goals and ideals of member groups as continually applicable to campus and personal life. - Promote superior scholarship and basic intellectual development. - Cooperate with member women's fraternities and the university/college administration in concern for and maintenance of high social and moral standards. - Act in accordance with National Panhellenic Conference (NPC Unanimous Agreements, resolutions and policies. - Act in accordance with such rules established by the Panhellenic Council as to not violate the sovereignty, rights and privileges of member women's fraternities.
Contact: Macey Horch
This organization was created to develop the creative writing skills of the students at The College of Idaho as well as allowing an expansion of involvement within the community.
Contact: Will Callahan
The values and guiding principles of Potter's Clay and its leadership is consistent with those of C of I Campus Ministries as stated in the Student Handbook and the Campus Ministries Home Page on the College of Idaho website. As such, Potter's Clay is distinctly student focused, non-sectarian, multi-denominational (Protestant and Catholic) Christian in orientation.
Contact: Zoe Roberts
Pre-Health Professionals Club
The College of Idaho Pre-Health Professionals Club provides students at C of I the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of career oriented events, build relationships with medical professionals, and acquire the necessary experience needed to prepare for their desired medical profession. The C of I Pre-Health Professionals Club values human life, humanitarian deeds, and the sciences, together embodying the liberal arts ideals.
Contact: Dannen Wright
This organization or society will serve to foster awareness for psychological study and research. We will provide a link between students and the research opportunities on campus. Our goal is to become more involved and active within our varied interests in psychology. It will also be the mission of Psychology Club to provide programming related to the academic and scientific field of psychology to The College of Idaho student body.
Contact: Stacey Kerr
The College of Idaho RPG Club exists to serve those who enjoy playing tabletop RPGs and similar games by helping players connect with gaming groups on campus, we well as setting up club-wide games, offering GM training sessions, and, ideally, providing access to otherwise unavailable source materials for player use.
Contact: Rainier Barrett
Scarlet Masque Theatre Club
The Scarlet Masque organization will serve to foster independent exploration and development in the area of theatre arts. This can include but is not limited to: performances of one-act plays, original works, one-person showcases, Senior Projects, improvisation events, etc.
Contact: Evangel McVicker
Contact: Gabriel Woodworth
Strahorn Study Group
Students who are looking for help with research, ideas, papers, and homework can have access to a support group of students studying similar topics.
Contact: Madai Montes
Students for Life
Members of College of Idaho Students for Life work to educate and save lives through promoting a deeper respect for human life. In furtherance of these goals, members seek to promote respect for life at The College of Idaho and in the surrounding community, to educate and help those in need obtain resources affirming the choice of life, and to work with others who share common goals.
Contact: Thania Beltran
The Trail is The College of Idaho's student produced yearbook. We chronicle the year's events and produce a colorful representation of campus life. Any student is more than welcome to join, and take on as much or as little responsibility as they want. Staff members learn how to use computer programs such as Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. This is a great way to get involved with activities that you wouldn't normally get into.
Contact: Gabrielle Nelson