Clubs and Organizations

Explore Student Clubs and Organizations

Find a club to join! Central Piedmont has over 70 student clubs and organizations to help you get involved.

To learn more about a club, when it meets, or how to join, contact the advisor listed with that club. We do our best to make sure that all club information is accurate and available, but not every student organization is active every semester due to student leadership changes. For general questions, contact Student Life or clubs@cpcc.edu.

You can view individual club meeting dates on the student life calendar.

Arts

Cultures/Global

Recreation

  • Chess Club (Central Campus)

    Chess Club is open to all students, staff, and faculty interested in learning chess — no matter your skill level, you're welcome to join. If you'd like to join or need more details about playing virtually, please email the advisor.

    Contact: Andrew Schenck (andrew.schenck@cpcc.edu)

  • Environment And Recreation Through Habitats (Central Campus)

    Environment And Recreation Through Habitats (EARTH) is an outdoor exploration club to inspire and appreciate interests in sustainability and the environment.

    Contact: Donald Harris (donald.harris@cpcc.edu)

  • Video Games: Esports and Discord

    Calling all gamers: join in Esports to use your love of video games to connect and compete with your classmates. Open to all currently enrolled Central Piedmont students, our mission is to create a virtual community through esports. Whether you’re a noob or a pro, you can play head-to-head with Central Piedmont gamers.

    Join our Discord server and get connected to other students to play.

    Contact: John Gomez (john.gomez@cpcc.edu) or Aidan Williams (aidan.williams@cpcc.edu)

Fitness Centers

Fitness Centers are available on Central, Levine, and Merancas Campuses. Visit the Fitness Center page for more information, including hours.

Fitness Centers

Special Interest and Support

Become a Student Leader

Central Piedmont offers several opportunities for you to get leadership experience: join the Student Government Association (SGA), Campus Activities Board (CAB), or Emerging Student Leaders; become a student ambassador; or, start your own student club.

Student leadership opportunities

Mentoring Programs

Get personalized, one-on-one support to accompany you through your time at Central Piedmont and beyond. Our mentoring programs include Communities in College, Man Up male and female mentoring program, the Peer Mentoring program, and the Positive Community for Women.

Get or become a mentor

Honor Societies

You are invited to join honor societies based on your academic status (like GPA).

Academic Programs

If your program has a club in this list, joining that club is a great way to network and get more involved and experience in your field.

Campus Ministries (External Organizations)

These groups offer opportunities to find support and encouragement in their specific faith group. These groups are not supported by college or state funds. These groups have completed the necessary Student Life orientation and registration. Other groups may be added to this list throughout the semester.