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Student Clubs and Organizations at CSI

Meet, Share, Learn, Lead!

Student organizations provide opportunites to meet new friends, pursue recreational or educational activities, gain valuable leadership experience or just connect with others who share your interests. Some of your best memories of college will be the interesting events and fun-filled activities you will enjoy outside class!

Below are just some of the clubs that are active at CSI. If you don't see your interests represented on this list, contact the Student Affairs Office and we can help you find or start a new group!


Agriculture Club

The CSI Agriculture Club is a student-led organization composed of over 40 members from both agricultural and non-agricultural majors. The Ag Club is affiliated as a chapter of the National FFA Alumni and Supporters, Collegiate Farm Bureau, and Student Idaho Cattle Association and is led by a team of student officers and committee chairs.

Throughout the school year, members of the Ag Club have the opportunity to connect with industry professionals during agribusiness and farm tours, hone their skills in competitive events, give back to the 4-H and FFA organizations by serving as event facilitators and judges, serve the local community, and build their networks in the agricultural industry while having fun and promoting agriculture.

The Ag Club meets twice per month in the Evergreen Building and hosts many group activities each semester. If you're looking for a place to connect with others who value agriculture, Ag Club is the club for you! Sign up for meeting announcements and reminders by joining our Remind group: text @agriclub to 81010. 

Contact Jaysa Fillmore at or 208-732-6433.

Art Club

Contact Mayumi Kiefer at (208) 732-6753 or


Belegarth is a student club where people interested in historic fencing/martial arts, history, and fantasy larp, can gather and pursue those interests. We play with foam sporting equipment using Belegarth rules in large group, small group, and one on one rounds. Sword, sword and shield, dagger, and spearwork are common focuses during weekly practice. We also host and attend larger events. Local events usually have between 50-80 attendees. 

Practice occurs Thursdays at 5 p.m. and Sundays at 1 p.m. Location is either on the grass outside the Taylor Building or at the CSI Twin Falls Recreation Center due to weather. Indoors it takes place in the backroom with padded mats where Judo normally occurs or in one of the concrete spaces by the large basketball court.

Contact Braden Wiggins at (208) 732-6363 or

Cavity Searchers (Dental Assisting)

Contact Tonja Bowcut at (208) 732-6708 or


Contact Serena Jenkins Clark at (208) 732-6768 or

Delta Psi Omega (Theatre Club)

Contact Burcu Seyben at (208) 732-6780 or

Drafting Club

Contact Pat Ferrel at (208) 732-6326 or

GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance)

Contact Co Advisors Justin Vipperman 208-732-6258 and Sam Reeder 208-595-9173

HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America)

Contact Tonja Bowcut at (208) 732-6708 or

Hosteurs (Culinary Arts)

Contact Mike Johnson at (208) 732-6381 or

HTEC (Hospitality, Tourism, and Events)

Contact Dianne Jolovich at (208) 732-6407 or

Medical Assisting

The Medical Assisting Club consists of members who are currently enrolled in the Medical Assisting Program.  We offer community service through our club.  Our goal is to educate and raise awareness of what the Medical Assisting Program/Profession is and their important role in healthcare.  We celebrate National Medical Assisting Week each October.  We raise money; again for organizations in our community we desire to assist. We meet in room 182 of the HSHS building.

Contact Kara Mahannah at (208) 732-6728 or

Military and Veterans Club

The Military and Veterans Club is a place to connect with those who have served, are currently serving, or are related to those who have served in the military. Our diverse group of students and associates become engaged with college life, providing a public space to share the veteran and military experience, while creating that camaraderie connection through the shared experiences. We believe the best way to continue serving is by giving back to others and our CSI community. Together, we are united through service.

Contact Calvin Armstead at (208) 732-6244 or

NAfME (Music Educators Club)

Contact Serena Jenkins Clark at (208) 732-6786 or

Nutrition & Dietetics

Do you like to help others? Are you interested in living a healthy lifestyle and helping others to live a healthy lifestyle? Do you like trying new food and learning about the importance of nutrition? Are you interested in the field of Dietetics? Then the CSI Nutrition and Dietetics Club may be for you!

We meet once per month as a group (currently the third Thursday of the month at 1:00 pm but that can change each semester) and participate in one "activity" per month. Examples of past activities include:

  • Health smoothie demonstrations
  • Serving dinner at St. Edwards Soup Kitchen
  • Paining bowls for hunger at Hands On
  • Participating in the Lane of Trees
  • Fall Festival and Spring Carnival with Interclub
  • CSI Trunk or Treat

We would love to have you join us! If you are interested or have any questions, you can contact one of the Club Advisors! Sarah Renaldi, Rita Ruhter, or Rene Rambur.

Outdoor Adventure Club

The CSI Outdoor Adventure Club provides students with opportunities to participate in a variety of outdoor activities including but not limited to:

  • Fishing/Fly/Ice
  • Hiking
  • Camping/Backpacking
  • Skiing/Snowboarding/Snowshoeing
  • Climbing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Paintball

We meet bi-weekly on Wednesdays at 8:00 A.M. in the fireside room by the cafe in the Taylor building. 

Contact Mike Young at (208) 732-6340 or

Phi Theta Kappa

The PTK Mission Statement: To fulfill our mission, we focus on recognizing and encouraging the academic achievement of two-year college students while providing opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service, and fellowship programming.

For more information contact Dr. LueLinda Egbert - or 208-732-6890.

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)

STEM Club serves as a place where students interested in science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics have an opportunity to take part in educational endeavors, engaging activities, scholarship opportunities, community service, field trips, guest speakers, and socializing with peers and faculty.

STEM meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 1 pm in Shields 104. Please join us!

STEM Club activities have included:

  • Tour of Daily Family Fish Hatchery in Hagerman
  • Nerf gun war
  • Field Trip to University of Idaho Design Expo
  • Field Trip to Utah State University’s BioEngineering Lab and then Lagoon 
  • Bowling
  • Guest speaker: CSI graduate and ITD Civil Engineer Kandice Stewart on current project – the redesign of I-84 bridge over Snake River
  • Guest speaker: Geology professor Shawn Willsey on the geology underfoot in Southern Idaho
  • Mini-catapult building competition among students
  • Helping at the CSI Halloween carnival and CSI Spring Carnival
  • Developing the number pi by throwing frozen hot dogs on a grid
  • Building a catapult to launch pumpkins at the CSI corn maze
  • Field trip to Craters of the Moon National Park

For more information, contact STEM club advisors Cindy Dickson ( or Andrew Cluff (

SMILES (Dental Hygiene)

Contact Dr. Cindy Seaman at (208) 732-6725 or

Students for Life

CSI Students for Life club is a peaceful pro-life group that seeks to educate and engage in respectful dialog with our CSI community to help change hearts and minds about abortion.  We exist to advocate for preborn babies and support women facing unplanned pregnancies. We meet Wednesdays bi-monthly on campus. Contact Angela Batchelor ( or Julie Ransom ( for more information.


United Signers

Contact Dawnette Reis-Rodriguez at (208) 732-6881 or

Veterans & Supporters Association

Contact Calvin Armstead at (208) 732-6244 or

Veterinary Tech

Our club is about providing opportunities for development of leadership skills through group communication, organizing community events and peer interaction. Establishing a connection between the Veterinary Technology Club and the community through outreach programs. Providing students with career experiences and educate students about career opportunities involving animal medicine pharmaceutical industry and other aspects of veterinary medicine. Providing education to owners about the health of their pets. Supporting veterinary clinics and animal shelters in out area and raising awareness of the role of veterinary technicians. Raising funds to support our mission.

Contact Jody Rockett at (208) 732-6408 or

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