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Art Club

The Columbia College Art Club is an organization that encourages appreciation for art within the art department, on our campus and in the Columbia Community.
Contact email: nlear@ccis.edu

Collegiate DECA

Collegiate DECA is an active organization that promotes students who are currently pursuing a degree in the field of business, finance, marketing or management. Collegiate DECA members have the opportunity to illustrate their knowledge through state and national competitive events designed to enhance practical skills and experience in a diversity of business careers. Collegiate DECA is a proactive organization that focuses on building self-esteem and ethical business practices; it is also committed to community service and development activities.
Website: www.deca.org
Facebook: Columbia College Collegiate DECA
Contact email: CougarsDECA@gmail.com

Columbia College Student-Missouri Teacher's Association Chapter

This group's purpose as an MSTA chapter at Columbia College main campus is to promote professional ideals and purposes by establishing a group of like-minded students with the same basic goals to become professional educators, and to facilitate these goals by providing a structure through the MSTA organization with opportunities in personal and professional growth, community service, and leadership training.
Contact Email: lebradley@ccis.edu

Computer Science Club

The Columbia College Computer Science Club exists primarily to further the cause of the Computer Science Department of Columbia College. It is dedicated to providing Columbia College students with opportunities whereby they can advance their knowledge of the different branches of computer and information sciences and get a hands-on experience with its various applications.
Contact email: yliow@ccis.edu

Criminal Justice Student Association

This association allows for those with an interest to learn about different aspects of the criminal justice field. This exposure comes in the form of various field trips and guest speakers. Issues dealing with the criminal justice field are pondered and discussed. The association participates in a minimum of two community service activities each year. Membership is open to any student currently enrolled in Columbia College.
Facebook: Criminal Justice Student Association
Contact email: jjcarrier@ccis.edu

Forensic Science Student Association

FSSA provides students the opportunity to network with fellow forensic science students at the college and complement their learning through guest speakers and field trips.
Contact email: mkmcpherson@ccis.edu

History and Political Science Club

The History and Political Science Club promotes historical conversations, scholarly knowledge and a love for history within Columbia College and the outside community. 

Honors Student Association

The Honors Student Association provides an affinity group for students in the Columbia College Honors Program, with social, academic and service opportunities available.
Contact email: tsmith@ccis.edu

Human Services Club

The purpose of the Human Services Club is to promote fellowship, serve the community and expand the knowledge and understanding of social issues.
Contact email: cchumanservicesclub@gmail.com 

Mock Trial Association

The mission of the Mock Trial Association is to promote leadership, develop critical thinking and gain experience and understanding of courtroom proceedings. The Mock Trial team provides experiences in the field of law while competitively representing Columbia College in intercollegiate competitions.
Facebook: Columbia College Mock Trial Association
Contact email: cougarmock@gmail.com

Pre- Healthcare Professionals Club

The Pre-Healthcare Professionals Club will provide a forum for a community of like-minded individuals to discuss and expand knowledge of the healing arts and to prepare its members for careers in associated fields.
Email: ecveit1@cougars.ccis.edu

Psychology & Sociology Club

Psychology Club is open to all students who have an interest in psychology.  Its purpose is to make known and promote interest in the field of psychology and sponsor activities and gatherings for students interested in psychology.
Contact email: psychologyclub@cougars.ccis.edu

Science Club

The mission of Science Club is to enhance and expand the knowledge and understanding of scientific issues. It is open to all Columbia College students.
Contact email: knstrodtman@ccis.edu

Tech Entrepreneurship

The purpose of Tech Entrepreneurship is to help Columbia College students plan and execute their business ideas that require technical knowledge.
Contact email: troberts8@cougars.ccis.edu

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