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The College of Southern Idaho values the voice of students, hence why there is a diverse array of councils. Each council has its own constitution, goals, and activities that they execute throughout the academic year. These organizations drive the experience of student life.

Ran by students for students.


How do I start a council or club?

Not seeing your interests being represented and you're interested in starting a council or club? 

First check out the above list of councils to see if one matches your interest and this online list of CSI student clubs to see if there is a club you could join. 

If you still can't find your interest visit or contact the Student Activities office for help in finding or starting a new group. 

How is a council different from a club?

Councils are advised by CSI departments to help organize many events and programs. For example, Eagle Hall is advised by the student housing department, ran by students, and organizes events and programs for dormitory residents. 

A council is usually targeting a broad or large section of CSI while a student club is involved in more specific student interests. For example, a organization interested in books or gardening would likely be a club while a organization looking to host a variety of programs for many different student interests should probably be a council.