More clubs are coming!Clubs are registering every day, so keep checking back!
Club Name: All Access
Club Contact:Cynthia Barron
Mission Statement: To create a place of support and open dialogue for all disabled students and their allies on campus in the greater pikes peak region.
Club Name: Alternative Break Program
Club Contact: Crystal Wetzel
Mission Statement: The Alternative Break program allows you a break from the classroom and puts your skills and energy towards serving others. Trips can be over winter, summer, spring break, or any other break in the school calendar.
Club Name: Army Awareness
Club Contact: Diana Timmerman
Mission Statement: Our mission is to promote the awareness of the military on campus. We want to host events to bring military and all students to stay on campus. To promote more interest for military students on campus.
Club Name: Association of Future Teachers
Club Contact: Stacy Crotty
Club Name: Bass Fishing Club
Club Contact: Justin Solverson
Mission Statement: To share knowledge of fishing and develop fishing skills.
Club Name: Breast Cancer Awareness Committee
Club Contact: Charles MacGregor
Mission Statement: To raise awareness for breast cancer, to educate others in how they can support those affected by breast cancer, to do our part to help the student body realize the real danger and to combat it as best we can.
Club Name: College Democrats
Club Contact: Riley Coltrin
Club Name: College Republicans
Club Contact: Jesse Davila
Club Name: Coloradostuck - Colorado Springs Branch
Club Contact: Michael Page
Mission Statement: To bond over a prevalent Emerging Pop Culture.
Club Name:Cooking Club
Club Contact:Elizabeth Maas
Mission Statement: The purpose of the UCCS Cooking Club is to introduce students to easy-to-make, healthy foods they can make at home or in a dormitory, some molecular gastronomy experimentation, provide volunteer opportunities through D-20 & Care and Share, and some lectures on the science behind some of the foods & flavors we love.
Club Name:CoPIRG - Colorado Public Interest Research Group
Club Contact:Devada Whitfield
Mission Statement: As a CoPIRG organization, students are encouraged to become aware that this chapter, nationally, is non-partisan. Alongside being non-political, it encourages social change (voting) and is 100% student base organized. All matter.
Club Name: COPIRG - Energy Service Corps
Club Contact: Tyrone Thibou
Club Name: Democracy Matters
Club Contact: Brian Torres
Club Name: Epicuri UCCS
Club Contact: Josh Hendrickson
Mission Statement: The purpose of the organization is to bring together individuals interested in food. We will explore cultural and regional food, food sustainability, food issues, terroir, and of course eat.
Club Name: F.I.G.H.T. (Fans Initiating Growth, Honor, and Tradition)
Club Contact: Andrew Ponzio
Mission Statement: The purpose of this organization is to encourage school spirit within UCCS and promote athletics and various events on campus.
Club Name: First Aid Survival Training (F.A.S.T.)
Club Contact: Julie Harbin
Mission Statement: To teach college students urban & wilderness survival training that is normally not provided to civilians. The skills taught are designed to give students the skills to deal with unexpected but serious situations in the wilderness and within urban settings.
Club Name: Homeless Pet Club
Club Contact: Dionisia de la Cerdu
Mission Statement: We are the first homeless pet club at the university. We will determine our local mission statement once we have a sizable membership. The mission of the Homeless Pet Foundation (HPF), the parent organization: the HPF saves lives of cats and dogs that have run out of time at public shelters by utilizing social networks, hosting adoption events, and placing pets in foster families until forever homes can be found.
Club Name: Hookah Club
Club Contact: Eeann Cummings
Mission Statement: To socially participate in a smoking environment (must be 18 years old), to discuss topics in the community, both hookah and local, to share knowledge and eliminate misconceptions about hookah smoking.
Club Name: ICON Studio
Club Contact: Isaiah Branch-Boyle
Mission Statement: ICON studio is a club based around human identity and the promotion of school community. ICON studio will be a place to record life and foster friendship. Each meeting will be an informal way to create community through the catharsis of creativity. The membership will consist of anyone willing to be present in a relaxed environment and collaborate in the multimedia arts.
Club Name: J.A.M. (Just About Music) Session
Club Contact: Matt Moreau
Mission Statement: To unite students with a common interest in music and sharing what they know with those who share those interests.
Club Name: Local Food Club
Club Contact: Sean Svette
Mission Statement: To educate and involve the student population on local food happenings.
Club Name: Minecraft Club
Club Contact: William Marcus
Mission Statement: To advocate creativity, teamwork, and project goals was well as providing a community run server for the game of Minecraft. (PC/Mac version only)
Club Name: NF Awareness Club
Club Contact: Chelsi Keaton
Mission Statement: To raise awareness for Neurofibromatosis.
Club Name: Photo Folks
Club Contact: Matthew Lemon
Mission Statement: Practice giving critiques, helping photographers build confidence in their artwork & themselves, meet and make new friends, overall have FUN!
Club Name: Pintrest Club
Club Contact: Krista Herring
To collaborate with other creative college students. We turn ideas into creative projects using Pinterest as a guide!
Club Name: Perfect UCCS Day
Club Contact: Corey Mensing
Club Name: Political Animals
Club Contact: Meral Sarper
Mission Statement: To educate the campus community about issues of interest and to facilitate political engagement and bi/tri partisanship.
Club Name: Public Art Club
Club Contact: Jacob Scott
Mission Statement: To make art for the public and allow people to learn about and practice different forms of art.
Club Name: Random Acts of Kindness Club
Club Contact: Matthew Driftmier
Mission Statement: The Random Acts of Kindness Club believes that a better UCCS starts with kindness. We act to provide activities of good will and generosity to everyone at UCCS. Whether big or small, anybody can make a difference with random act of kindness.
Club Name: Riverrun
Club Contact: Courtney Gillis
Club Name: Run-Time Exception
Club Contact: Keegan Schulz
Mission Statement: To raise cancer awareness and help raise funds to go the American Cancer Society to fight cancer and help survivors.
Club Name: SAE Baja
Club Contact: Zach Luetzen
Mission Statement: To enable students to apply engineering, business, and management skills to design and build an all terrain vehicle to compete on the international collegiate level.
Club Name: Secular Student Alliance at UCCS
Club Contact: Heather Balle-Mason
Mission Statement: The mission of the Secular Student Alliance is to organize, unite, educate, and serve students and student communities that promote the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism, and human-based ethics.
Club Name: Silver Wings
Club Contact: Christopher Reinecke
Mission Statement: As specified in the Silver Wings National Constitution, Silver Wings is a national, co-ed, professional organization dedicated to creating proactive, knowledgeable, and effective civic leaders through community service and education about national defense.
Club Name: Student Diversity Council
Club Contact: Valentino Lamorie
Mission Statement: The Student Diversity Council has been an active club here at UCCS for many years now. Everyone that is a part of the club has a strong passion for creating/sustaining diversity on and off the campus community.
Club Name: Student Veterans Association - UCCS
Club Contact: Kristi Smith
Club Name: Students for Environmental Awareness and Sustainability
Club Contact: Vanessa Ferona
Club Name: Students for Sensible Drug Policy
Club Contact: Raul Perez
Club Name: Students for Sensible Drug Policy
Club Contact: Raul Perez
Club Name: S'Peak Out
Club Contact: Jesse Perez
Mission Statement: The purpurose of S'Peak Out is to provide a platform for studentsto devolop their public speaking skills. It is important for students to be able to clearly communicate ideas through speech as it will help them in the professional world.
Club Name: Table Top Games
Club Contact: Randal Brooks
Mission Statement: We are a club dedicated to table top games, including board games, card games, and dice games. We are here for people to enjoy a relaxed environment for gaming and to enjoy the company of fellow gamers.
Club Name: The Film Club
Club Contact: Sean Purcell
Mission Statement: To create a community of film lovers who want to watch, discuss, and make films.
Club Name: The Gentlemen's Club
Club Contact: Brad Suchorski
Mission Statement: Being social and getting to know others around campus while living the life of a gentleman.
Club Name: The Stitching & Crafting Club
Club Contact: Shelby Shively
Mission Statement: A club for anyone with a portable craft to attend. Crochet, knitting, and other stitching crafts will be the focus, but all are welcome!
Club Name: The Swerving Bowlers
Club Contact: Madison Bailey
Mission Statement: To enjoy each other's company while bowling.
Club Name: The Illuminerdy
Club Contact: Vidal Felix
Club Name: THINK
Club Contact: Joey Gargaro
Mission Statement: Students working together to promote healthy and safe lifestyle decisions concerning high risk behaviors.
Club Name: Thoughtful Committed Citizens (T.C.C.)
Club Contact: Danielle Cummings
Mission Statement: "Never doubt that a group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead.
Our purpose is to serve Colorado Springs through positive long term community activism. (Great volunteer hours!)
Club Name: Uteach'Em
Club Contact: Audrey Szarka
Club Name: V Day
Club Contact: Chris Medina
Mission Statement: V-Day is an organized response against violence toward women. V-Day is a vision: We see a world where women live safely and freely. V-Day is a demand: Rape, incest, battery, genital mutilation and sexual slavery must end now. V-Day is a spirit: We believe women should spend their lives creating and thriving rather than surviving or recovering from terrible atrocities. V-Day is a catalyst: By raising money and consciousness, it will unify and strengthen existing anti-violence efforts. Triggering far-reaching awareness, it will lay the groundwork for new educational, protective, and legislative endeavors throughout the world. V-Day is a process: We will work as long as it takes. We will not stop until the violence stops. V-Day is a day. We proclaim Valentine's Day as V-Day, to celebrate women and end the violence. V-Day is a fierce, wild, unstoppable movement and community. Join us!
Club Name: Young Dems at UCCS
Club Contact: Kayla Strecher
Club Name: Zombie Awareness, Preparation, and Protection (ZAPP)
Club Contact: Brenden Valdez
Mission Statement: To educate everyone on the upcoming zombie apocalypse destined to plague our society. To obtain our goal, we will use media such as zombie survival guide books, film and television productions, and video simulation devices.