Hobby & Interest Clubs 

Hobby & Interest Clubs

Do you want to meet new people? Want to learn something new, or maybe you’re looking for a new social group?

Check out our Student Clubs! You can find a club or start your own!

Current Clubs

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Club Policies


Chessmates is a chess club at Centennial College that promotes learning the game in a safe, and encouraging environment. Our goal is to promote the game of chess and help members improve their skills. Strategies learned are transferable which may help members learn things faster & apply to other aspects of their life. We welcome students with all skill levels – even if you have never played chess before!
Club Email: [email protected]

Computer & Coding Club

The Computer & Coding Club (C⁵) is a student-run organisation that aims to provide a platform for students to learn about computer science and coding. We have weekly coding challenges where you can put your skills to the test. We host workshops and hackathons where students can learn new skills and work on projects with other students. We also host social events such as game nights and movie nights. We welcome students of all skill levels and backgrounds.
Facebook Join our Facebook Group
Twitter @CentennialC5
Discord Join us on Discord

Council for Change

Council for Change is a student-led club under the CCSAI that provides support for students from the Child and Youth Care program and promotes positivity and kindness through our hosted events for the Centennial College Community.
E-mail: [email protected]
Instagram: @c4c_change

Dreamers Car Club

Our goal is to create a community for car enthusiasts at Centennial College. We hope to facilitate the creation of lasting friendships and shared knowledge and experiences that will increase the skills and happiness of all members and develop a network of people who can help each other in the future.

Electrical Engineering Student Society

The Electrical Engineering Student Society is for all electrical engineering students of Centennial College, past present and future. We will work to help advanced your skills, help your learning and become a resource for any student of this program.
E-mail: [email protected]
Instagram: @eess_centennialcollege

If you don’t see a club that interests you, you can start your own!


Complete an online club application 


Attend club training 



Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I see the list of current clubs?

The list of the current clubs can be found on our CCSAI Clubs Page. Be sure to check back regularly as clubs can start at any point in the semester!

How do I start my own club?

To start your own club, first you’ll need an idea – what will your club be for? Next you’ll need 3 students to be your executives and at least 5 more students as general members. Complete the online application, attend club training, and then you’ll be ratified as an official CCSAI club!

How can I join a club?

You can visit the CCSAI Clubs Page to see the contact information of each club, or you can contact the club through their social media page, and send them a message saying you want to join their club!

You can also contact CCSAI and let us know which club you’re interested in joining and we’ll connect you with their executives.
When can I join a club?

Anytime! There isn’t a specific deadline or timeline to join a club. You can join a club at any point in the semester!

I want to start my own club, but I don’t have enough people – what should I do?

Let us know! Send us an email at [email protected] and we’ll be able to help you in how you can find more people for your club and the club application process. 

Why should I join a club?

Clubs are a great way to meet new people and engage with Centennial’s community. You’re able to meet other students who share the same interests as you and you might even make some lifelong friends along the way!

Why should I start a club?

Taking a leadership role in a club is a great way for you to enhance your experience at Centennial. As a club executive, you’ll get to develop event planning skills, communication skills, and leadership skills. You’re also creating a platform for students to come together and build a community and you’re making a positive impact on campus!

What do clubs do?

Clubs provide events, engagement activities, and community-building opportunities for students –  and they’re all student-run and student-led!

What’s the difference between a club executive and a general member?

Club executives serve as the first point of contact for the club and they serve as the leads of the club and its decision makers while general members are members of the club. Each club operates differently so the roles of a club executive and a general member can vary depending on the club.

How can I find out what club events are coming up?

We include the upcoming club events and activities on the CCSAI Events page. If you want to stay up to date with the events of a specific club, be sure to follow them on social media and connect with the club directly.