Student Clubs & Organizations - Catonsville Campus

The CCBC Catonsville Student Life Office is committed to providing educational, developmental, and social activities that complement the classroom learning experience.  The office of Student Life sponsors a variety of clubs and organizations and hosts events through the academic school year.  All clubs, organizations, and events are open to all CCBC students.

To learn more about a student organization, please contact that group's advisor.

African Student Union (ASU): Unite students from various African countries and all those concerned with its welfare; Promote African culture and educate students about the continent Africa. For more information, please contact advisor Bunmi Hall at 443.840.5066 or

American Sign Language (ASL) Club: Provides a safe and inviting atmosphere for students of varying ASL skill levels; instill a sense of camaraderie amongst club members; and support the Deaf Community in a productive and positive manner. For more information, please contact advisor Ricky Perry at

Anime Club: an organization that meets to discuss, show, and promote anime in a local community setting and can also focus on broadening Japanese cultural understanding For more info please contact advisor Janet Gross at 443.840.0497 or 

Art, Design and Interactive Media (ADiM): Exposes the college community to visual arts and plans art inspired activities, such as trips to art museums. For more information, please contact advisor Erik Miller at 443.840.4324 or

Black Student Union (BSU): Establish unity and create awareness regarding the cultural experiences and contributions of people of African descent.  For more information, please contact advisor Tony Alleyne at 443.840.4130 or

Business Club: Bring together the top leaders of today and tomorrow to create a better, more sustainable world through the positive power of business. For more information, please contact advisor Melissa Stitt at

Catonsville Student Nurses Association (CSNA): Provide an opportunity for student involvement in a professional association and with the community and to meet the special needs of the nursing student, including educational enhancement. For more information, please contact advisor Rose Feudale at

CCBC Connection: Provide a vehicle for the literary and journalistic talents and interests of the CCBC student body. For more information, please contact advisor Jeremy Caplan at 443.840.5983 or

Christian Fellowship: Christian Fellowship (CF) welcomes students of all nationalities to come and to hear the Story of God’s Love.  The club members meet from a desire to know God through a relationship with His Son Jesus Christ and through study of His Word and through sharing His love and grace with each other. For more information, please contact advisor Rose Henein at 443.840.4636 or

Dance Express: Provide a safe and educational atmosphere for students to learn to dance, and an opportunity for students to showcase their skills and talents. For more information, please contact advisor Denise Torsell-Bellamy at 443.840.4712 or

Film Society: to give student directors, writers, and editors, the opportunity to create and discuss films in a productive and supportive environment. For more information, please contact advisor Beth Baunoch at 443.840.2518 or 

Green Club: Environmental education and stewardship on the campus and in the community. For more information, please contact advisor Bill Schockner at 443.840.2518 or 

Interior Design Association: Provides opportunities for students to become acquainted and involved with the professional field of Interior Design and benefit the campus and community through programs and services. For more information, please contact advisor Kim Morrison at 443.840.4954 or

International Club: Educates CCBC students about international culture and provide a support network for International students at CCBC. For more information, please contact advisor Nellie Pharr-Maletta at or 443.840.4094

Literary Arts: Evaluate the creative output of CCBC's student body and produce the Fine Print, CCBC's literary magazine. For more information, please contact Evan Balkan at 443.840.4976 or

Muslim Student Association (MSA): Provides an accurate representation of Islamic culture and create a bridge of understanding between Muslim and non-Muslim students. For more information, please contact advisor Dawan El-Amin at 443.840.4512 or

New Media Collective: The NMC will produce and develop new platforms for ideas and information related to the CCBC community, specifically students. The students involved in this club will use multimedia platforms including, but not limited to, podcasts, webisodes, online magazines and video editorials to produce creative, timely and innovative journalistic content. For more information, please contact advisor Beth Baunoch at 443.840.2518 or  

Phi Theta Kappa (ΦΘΚ): is the international honor society of two-year colleges and academic programs. PTK’s mission is to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and to provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Recognize and encourage scholarship and provide students the opportunity to engage in leadership and community service. To learn more about PTK, please visit the national website, online at . For more information about the Catonsville chapter, please contact advisor Eric Cotton at ccotton2@ccbcmd.eduor 443.840.5932. 

Photography Club: We are an organization of photographers, enthusiasts, and visual artists whose purpose is to share our vision through the lens. We plan to network and create with a large variety of different ideas to construct pieces of art that would be seen as inspiring works. We are open to work with different organizations on campus and within our Baltimore community and hope to draw the attention of other art creatives to have of our members reach the masses. For more information, please contact advisor Bob Creamer at 443.840.5992 or

P.R.I.S.M: Formerly the Gay-Straight Alliance, PRISM stands for Proudly Rallying behind the Intersectionality of Social Minorities. This club is open to all members of the (LGBTQIA+) lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and allies. The focus is to be active in the LGBTQIA+ community while exploring the social minorities within our community. For more information, please contact advisor Brian Gunn at or 443.840.4550 or Theresa Robinson at 443.840.4441.

Psychology Club: Increase the members’ knowledge of psychology and provide the opportunity to share in constructive learning experiences. For more information, please contact advisor Azar Etesamypour-King at 443.840.4237 or

Programming Hub: A community for Computer Science students and programmers. We're looking to help ourselves improve our technical skills and have fun while doing so. We'll be exploring various technology fields based on member interest and visiting schools for program-specific transfer information. We'll also be having various workshops to prepare us for the job market. For more information, please contact advisor Melissa Hank at 443.840.5156 or

Project Spark Success Team (PSST): is a club that addresses the educational needs of its members. We offer academic counseling, tutoring, long-range educational planning, transfer counseling, assistance with college applications, assistance with financial aid, and financial management education. For more information, please contact advisor Dawan El-Amin at 443.840.4512 or

Society of Critical Thinkers: devoted to fostering a discussion of philosophical issues among students and other interested parties. Some discussions are on philosophical issues of an abstract and theoretical nature. Regular meetings of students and others for discussion of issues of common interest. It also seeks to foster and enhance the opportunities for interaction between philosophy faculty and students. For more info, please contact advisor Rhonda Amenu-El at

Student Government Association: Advocate for students by serving as the liaison between students and CCBC administration, and plan programs that allow students to express their opinions and concerns. For more information, please contact advisor Dan Sym at 443.840.4488 or

Student Honors Council: Promote and encourage academic excellence and enrich the learning experiences of students within the CCBC and Catonsville community and coordinate student service and social activities. For more information, please contact advisor Natasha Cole-Leonard at 443.840.4654 or

Student Occupational Therapy Association: Increase awareness of the profession of occupational therapy education and engage in learning activities that provide an extension to the classroom and clinical instruction. For more information, please contact advisor Diane Hunter at 443.840.4161 or<