Clubs and Organizations

Central is home to more than 150 student clubs and organizations that provide a sense of community, involvement opportunities, and events and activities for our students.

Most clubs fall within the following categories:

  • Governmental
  • Academic and Special Interest
  • Honors Organizations
  • Professional
  • Media and Publications
  • Performance
  • Fraternities and Sororities
  • Cultural and International
  • Sports and Recreation
  • Religious

For more information, including Club Officer contact info, please visit Club Central and log in using your Central student credentials. 

If there is a topic or area of interest for which you would like to form a club not already present on campus, please visit the SA/LD Office in the Student Center, Room 201, to meet with an SA/LD Program Advisor. 

Recognized Student Organization Benefits 

Central recognized student organizations are privy to many privileges and supports, including, but not limited to the following: 

  • Use of University facilities and equipment when available according to procedures and policies 
  • Assistance from a Program Advisor in the SA/LD Office and a Faculty Advisor chosen by the Student Organization 
  • An invitation for recognition to the annual SUBOG & Club Recognition Banquet Ceremony 
  • Funding through the Student Government Association through student activities fees 
  • Information on how to run meetings, plan agendas, and manage a budget 
  • Participation in a variety of leadership workshops 
  • Recognition in University/student publications of all student organizations 
  • Authorization to post flyers on campus about student organization’s events/meetings 
  • Use of a University mailbox 

Student-led clubs and organizations each have two types of advisors: a program advisor who works in Student Activities/Leadership Development, and a Faculty Advisor.  

Program Advisors 

Program Advisors are essential to the success of clubs and organizations. Each recognized club and organization needs to have a Program Advisor in order to be active on campus. This is to help guide them in goal setting and working towards achieving the purpose of their organization. 

Faculty Advisors 

Each club must also have a Faculty Advisor. Faculty Advisors are full-time staff who have knowledge and interest in the club's mission. Faculty Advisor help student organizations by connecting them to new opportunities, such as conferences or professional networks, and supporting their overall vision.  

Faculty Resources