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Clubs

If you are interested in getting involved here at East Georgia State College, please see the list below of the many clubs active on our campus! Meeting dates and times are also listed for active clubs.

Club Club Advisor(s) Purpose of Club Meeting Day Meeting Time Meeting Place
AAU Johnson Informs and educates African American students of their history and culture through experiences in workshops, seminars and travel. Open to all students. Tues & Thurs 4PM Clubhouse
Alpha Sigma Psi Braddy Fosters interest among students interested in the social sciences, particularly anthropology, sociology and psychology. n/a n/a n/a
Art Purcell Expanding student’s knowledge and understanding of the many artistic expressions in the world around them. Wednesdays 3:15PM D151
BCM Brown/Blackburn Providing Christian fellowship on campus. Open to all students. Thursdays 7:00PM C253
Bobcat Paw Puppet Players Verdis Promoting the art of puppetry and to make a positive impact on EGSC’s cultural climate, especially as it affects children & families in our community. n/a n/a n/a
Bobcat Spirit (Cheerleaders) Edenfield The Bobcat Cheerleaders cheer on our basketball players at EGSC games. MW
TR
5-7
6-8
Auditorium
Cachecats (Geocachers) Purcell Advance the sport of geocaching in east central Georgia. This is the new and upcoming outdoor recreation. It is a real world, outdoor treasure hunting game. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using GPS-enabled devices and then share their experiences online. n/a n/a n/a
Chess Blackburn The fun way to exercise your brain. Open to all students. Thursdays 11AM J507
Circle K Joiner Providing helpful and friendly community activities which build leadership, fellowship and service for college students. Wednesdays 1:30PM C257
Creative Writing Lavender This club’s purpose is meant to give aspiring novelist, poets, playwrights and other writers a venue in which to congregate and show their interests. Club will serve the basic function of a writer’s workshop: making resources (publication information, references, technique advice) readily available to members while simultaneously allowing them to participate in and receive composition reviewing and critiquing so they may grow and hone their crafts. Encourage members to submit more material to the campus magazine. Wednesdays 4PM J503
Criminal Justice Current This club is comprised mostly of criminal justice majors and those interested in the justice system. They are interested in the fairness and validity of the justice system and how people are treated and the decisions that are made.      
Democratic Gribbin Allows students to participate more fully in the democratic process. n/a n/a n/a
Disc Golf Mason/Brasher Promote sportsmanship and character through the sport of disc golf. n/a n/a n/a
Earth Simmons Encouraging youth to be active in the improvement of nature in their own community as well as the community of the world. n/a n/a n/a
Global Movie Club Purcell Broadening the worldview of students by introducing major film genres and directors to allow students to discuss cross-cultural implications and films. n/a n/a n/a
Golf Cameron/Blackburn Promoting the game of golf by providing instruction and competition and promoting sportsmanship by fostering proper on-course golf etiquette and moral integrity. 1st Tuesday 11AM Clubhouse
International King/Todd Furthering the interests of foreign languages and cultures for students. Tuesdays 3:00PM D146
Non-Traditional Reich/Mason/Homer Providing a group of support and activities for the non-traditional student. Club available on both campuses. n/a n/a n/a
Nursing Sipper Providing support and accurate up-to-date program information for pre-nursing and nursing students. n/a n/a n/a
Outdoor Rec Eaton Enhancing the college experience for all students through outdoor recreation and sports opportunity. n/a n/a n/a
Phi Theta Kappa Palumbo An honor, educational-service organization that seeks to develop leadership potential and encourage fellowship among students. This is by invitation only. Please see Mrs. Palumbo for more information and invitation to join. n/a n/a n/a
Republican Gribbin/Boudreaux Promoting and increasing political awareness to get students involved in their local and State governments.      
Residence Hall Association Reeves The Residence Hall Association is an organization advocating for the interests and welfare of on campus students and building community between on campus and commuter students. RHA provides opportunities for personal growth through leadership development and programming initiatives. every first Monday of the month 7 pm Bobcat Villas Clubhouse
Robert Feline Play Makers Ellison Fostering interest in drama and increasing students’ skill in dramatic performance. n/a n/a n/a
SIFE N. Mason SIFE focuses the energy and enthusiasm of college students to make positive changes through services to their communities. Tuesdays 11AM Social Science Conf Room
SPAGE McKinney/A Simmons An organization under the direction and guidance of the Professional Association of Georgia Educators that provides support and direction to education majors. n/a n/a n/a
STEMMEGA Brown/Cerpovicz Promoting the success of students pursuing math, science, medical and engineering degrees. n/a n/a n/a
Tennis Mason Promoting the game of tennis by providing instruction and competition and promoting sportsmanship. n/a n/a n/a
Video Gamers Smoyer Bringing like-minded people together in a forum to discuss and enlighten others about the rise of video games as a legitimate art and science form and to engage in active participation in video gaming. n/a n/a n/a