Student Life

Clubs and Organizations

If you are interested in getting involved here at East Georgia State College, please see the list below of the many clubs active on our campus! Meeting dates and times are also listed for active clubs. Clubs with a strikethrough are currently inactive.

Club Club Advisor(s) Purpose of Club Meeting Date/Time
AAMI Drummer Increase the recruitment, retention, and graduation rates of African-American men in our service area. Thursdays
12:30 p.m.
AAU Young This club is a place where you can get involved with making our campus more accepting and tolerant. As well as making new connections with your peers. Thursdays
Ambassadors Cheers/Sutton Promote collegiate pride in EGSC and help facilitate awareness of campus programs and services.  As a face of the college, they represent EGSC at a variety of events such as career days, recruiting activities, alumni functions, special visitation days, high school student activities, seminars and receptions. Fridays, bi-weekly
Art Mania


Expanding student’s knowledge and understanding of the many artistic expressions in the world around them. No regular meetings
BCM J.Beall

Providing Christian fellowship on campus. Open to all students.  For more information please email

2-3 p.m.

Beekeeping Cerpovicz Providing students with the opportunity to observe and cultivate bees in their natual habitat.

Thursdays 3:00p.m.

Beta Beta Beta Chevalier Dedicated to improving the under  standing and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.

Wednesdays 4:30 p.m.

Bobcat Spirit (Cheerleaders) Brown The Bobcat Cheerleaders cheer on our basketball players at EGSC games.

  Mon-Thur 5-7p.m.

Book Club Brasher Broadening the reading experience for students and to encourage them to read beyond course assignments.

No regular meetings
3 p.m. - 4:50 p.m.

Chess J. Beall The fun way to exercise your brain. Open to all students. 2 p.m.
Circle K Goodman Providing helpful and friendly community activities which build leadership, fellowship and service for college students. No Regular Meetings
Criminal Justice B. Strickland This club is comprised mostly of criminal justice majors and those interested in the justice system. They are interested in the fairness and validity of the justice system and how people are treated and the decisions that are made. Wednesdays
3 p.m.
Geeks and Gamers J. Beall A student organization where people of different backgrounds can come together to play with each other casually and/or competitively. Tuesdays and Thursdays
11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Hoopee Bird Kraus First published on January 28, 1974, The Hoopee Bird is the voice of the students of East Georgia State College. This free monthly newspaper features news, sports, entertainment, editorials, calendars, and more from each campus in Swainsboro, Statesboro, and Augusta. No Regular Meetings
International Cunha Furthering the interests of foreign languages and cultures for students with hopes of exploring the world from a broader perspective. Wednesdays
4 p.m.
Musicmakers Brasher Strives to promote all student participation in the contribution and enjoyment of their musical abilities/talents and to provide and outlet for all students interested in music. Daily
Performing Arts Kraus Fostering interest in drama and increasing students skills in dramatic performance. Wednesday 4-5p.m.
Phi Theta Kappa J. Lee An honor, educational-service organization that seeks to develop leadership potential and encourage fellowship among students. This is by invitation only. Please see Mr. Lee for more information and invitation to join. No regular meetings
Pre-Professional Chevalier/Cadle The goal is the provide an out-of-class experience where students who are interested in pursuing a career in the medical field can come together to share their enthusiasm and learn about the different types of jobs in the medical field. No regular meetings
Residence Hall Association Kittrell-Mikell The Residence Hall Association is an organization advocating for the interests and welfare of on campus students and building community between on campus and commuter students. RHA provides opportunities for personal growth through leadership development and programming initiatives. Mondays
7 p.m.
SGA Cheers /Sutton The campus organization governing student activities and representing the students in college affairs.  The Student Government Association sponsors the annual talent show, Mr. and Miss EGSC Scholarship Pageant, and most other activities on campus.  We are the "Voice of the EGSC Student." Fridays, bi-weekly
12 p.m.
STEMM Cerpovicz Promoting the success of students pursuing math, science, medical and engineering degrees. Mondays and Tuesdays
11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Unity Club T. Williams Unity Club is a multi-cultural club that is open to all students. The purpose of the club is for students of different cultures and backgrounds to interact as well as to have a better understanding of each other. Tuesdays
7 p.m.
V.E.T.S. Daniels Creating a friendly environment, resources, and education for all military personnel. Every Other Thursday
4:15 p.m.
Wiregrass Kraus An annual literary and arts journal of East Georgia State College featuring our talented students, faculty and staff. No Regular Meetings