Clubs and Honor Societies
College of St. Joseph prides itself on having an array of clubs, organizations and events on campus. We encourage students to participate in activities that build character and provide them with a well-rounded college experience.
Students in our Provider Scholarship Program are required to participate in at least one campus club, sport or activity each year.
The Business Club gives students an opportunity to put into practice some of the concepts they learn in their Business program. The club also gives Business students an opportunity to network with other students and within the community.
Human Services Club
The Human Services Club welcomes students as members who share a commitment to helping individuals and families engage positively with CSJ and the broader Rutland community. The club sponsors campus events throughout the year, including a trick-or-treat event in the fall and Easter egg hunt in the spring that are both attended by hundreds of area children.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the governing body of the College of St. Joseph Student Association and is your elected student voice. The SGA’s mission is to help represent the interests of its members and to better the College it serves.
GECO (Grow Eat Compost Organically)
Grow Eat Compost Organically promotes and educates our students on eating local, organically grown foods, as well as the benefits of composting. CSJ has its own farm, affectionately known as The Provider Patch, where our farm manager and students tend to three different gardens that grow food for the CSJ and Rutland community.
Outdoor Adventure Club
Outdoor Adventure Club provides regular outdoor activities and promotes interest in outdoor activities to students. Activities are planned each semester, including full-moon snowshoe hikes, day hikes, corn hole tournaments and more.
Blue & White Club
CSJ’s Blue & White Club Honor Society is for self-directed, intellectually curious and engaged undergraduates who seek the most rigorous and rewarding course of study. Members have the opportunity to take honors courses and engage in a variety of activities including seminars and advanced research.
The Multicultural Club strives to represent the variety of cultures at College of St. Joseph and to promote an understanding of the various cultures among our students. Multicultural Club hosts events throughout the year including Latin dance lessons, Bachata dance nights and more.
Music Ensemble Club
Singers and musicians of all experience-levels come together once a week to jam out!
Students who excel in particular disciplines are invited to become members of local chapters of International Honor Societies, including: