The Office of Student Engagement and Orientation oversees many of the programs and events on campus, and offers a social outlet for students at CCAD while also providing educational and leadership opportunities outside the classroom.
CCAD has over 20 active student organizations. Attending the Student Engagement Fair at the beginning of each semester is a great way to check out all of the groups and sign up for groups that you are interested in joining. Most groups also have an active Facebook page.
Student organizations are open to anyone that wants to join! Check out the list of student organizations below and just show up!
Think you might want to start a student organization? Download the form. You will need a faculty/staff advisor to sign off on your group and be a resource, as well as at least five other students who you know would like to join your group. Successful groups often start with a strong foundation of student interest and passionate student leaders.
Active Student Organizations and Contact Info (updated February 2022)
|Org Name||President Name||Contact Info|
|Student Government Association||Jenna Ronto||[email protected]|
|Black Student Leadership Association||Nina Wells||[email protected]|
|Queer Student Alliance||Reagan Chrisitie||[email protected]|
|International Student Association||Giao Huynh||[email protected]|
|Student Programing Board||Skylar Rice||[email protected]|
|Coalition for Christian Outreach||Anna Klingensmith||[email protected]|
|Comics Collective||Jade Lejack||[email protected]|
|Illustration Student Collective||Chloe Elimam||[email protected]|
|Animation Student Collective||Friday Smith||[email protected]|
|Sustainability Collective||Quianna Blanc||[email protected]|
|Lolita /J-Fashion Club||Calix Franklin||[email protected]|
|Battle Games Association||Kathryn Nase||[email protected]|
|Art History Collective||River Berry||[email protected]|
|Creative of Latinx Affinity||Sianiris Lopez-Velazquez||[email protected]|
|Fashion Student Org||Arianna Boddie||[email protected]|
|Industrial Design Student Collective||Lyle Petry||[email protected]|
|Ad Graph Collective||Sam Spillman||[email protected]|
|Music Appreciation Club||Abigail Staiger||[email protected]|
|Film and Video Collective||Caitlin Henry||[email protected]|
|CCAD Movie Club||Nathan Wortman||[email protected]|
|Photo Collective||Jakob O'Gara and Nathan Wortman||[email protected] and [email protected]|
Student Programming Board
The Columbus College of Art & Design's Student Programming Board is an organization dedicated to bringing fun and exciting events, educational seminars, and social opportunities to the CCAD campus. By offering many fun and exciting social, educational and service opportunities, we hope to build a better community and be a better source for making students' voices heard on campus.
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Student Government membership is an elected and very important leadership position on campus. The members of SGA have the ability to effect change on campus and address the issues and concerns of the student body as a whole. Being an SGA Representative means leaving a legacy and improving the student experience not only for current students, but also for the future.
The election process for SGA begins in January with newly elected members beginning in February and serving a one-year term. Any student in good standing with the college with a passion for effecting change on campus is eligible to run for office. Questions? Contact an SGA member for more information. All students are welcome to attend SGA meetings every Monday at 11 a.m. in Crane MPR. If you have a specific issue you would like to discuss at a meeting, please email SGA at the address below so we can add you to the agenda.
2021-22 SGA members
|Vice President||River Berry|
|Rep for Campus Life||Rylie St. John|
|Rep for Academic Life||Jess Schwarz|
|Rep for Marketing & Communications||Addaline Kelley|
|Rep for Graduate Studies||Carmen Ostermann|
|Rep for International Students||Michelle Wirono|
Can I reserve a meeting room or event space on campus?
Only the leaders of a recognized student organization on campus may reserve a meeting room on campus by emailing [email protected] and request a day, time, and place. Meeting rooms must be officially requested and reserved or your group could be removed from the space.
How can my student group reserve the table outside of The Market?
Email [email protected] with the dates and purpose for the reservation at least two weeks prior to the week you would like to reserve. The table and chairs are located in the DSA lounge closet, you will need to ask the front desk staffer for the key and must break down and return the table and chairs to the closet at the end of each shift.
Who can I talk to about an idea for a campus improvement or if I'm unhappy about something at CCAD?
Have additional questions? Email [email protected].