Social Student Clubs and Organizations
Active Minds is a nationally recognized organization aimed at reducing the stigma around mental illnesses on college campuses. Active Minds does programming and fun activities centered around being well and having an understanding of others.
Black Student Union (BSU)
BSU members organize activities that promote social interaction and understanding between members and the wider College of Mount St. Joseph community. It supports and advises African-American students, and promotes diversity and awareness by hosting and participating in events on and off campus. Membership is open to all Mount students.
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
The Campus Activities Board is the College's main programming body. Members organize activities, programs and events that enrich the entire campus community. We plan a variety of programs that include comedians, bands, novelty events and lectures. The Campus Activities Board also purchases tickets to local movies theaters, seasonal programs and sporting events and sells them at a discounted rate. The Board is open to all students.
Campus Ministry is open to all students interested in a variety of areas including: social justice, service, retreats, prayer and worship, spiritual and personal development, leadership development and deepening the Christian faith. Activities include a variety of retreats, prayer services, opportunities for faith sharing, service trips and social action.
We promote higher-level awareness, knowledge and understanding of all creative and performing arts, with an emphasis on the dramatic arts. Comprised of students, faculty, and staff, Drama Club produces campus nonmusical theatrical productions, and sponsors campus performances by guest artists and theatrical troupes.
Group Fitness Club
Group Fitness is a club dedicated to healthy living and choices. Group fitness brings fun fitness programs to the Mount such as Yoga, Zumba and various dance exercises. If you like to be healthy and fit join today!
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity builds houses, while advocating for the organization by raising funds for and awareness of it. Join us in service!
Hall Council is a governing and programming body of residence hall students that organizes programs that meet residents' needs. The club serves the campus by getting involved decision-making in the areas of student life and wellness. We address resident issues, review policies that enhance the campus living environment, and provide social outlets for all who attend our open events.
Lions-on-Line is a club devoted to celebrating the creativity of College of Mount St. Joseph students and alumni. In both the fall and spring semesters, the students involved in LOL produce a literary magazine featuring poetry, fiction, essays and visual art. We believe that young writers and artists deserve the opportunity to see their work in print.
Mount Birding Club
Birding Club is a group interested in educating themselves, as well as share the common love of birds. Several trips on and off campus happen each year to broaden our knowledge and to enjoy nature.
Mount Gaming League
The Mount Gaming League enjoys getting together with other Mount students playing games in a safe and relaxing manner. All games are welcome- food and fun is had by all!
Hey students, pop quiz: What’s one way to use your writing abilities, get published, and get involved? The answer: MSJ Dateline! MSJ Dateline is the Mount's free, monthly student online newspaper. We cover campus news, hot spots in Cincinnati, campus sports, and print movie and book reviews. The paper serves as the voice of the students, allowing you to express opinions and concerns. If you want to be part of something read on every college corner, be a staff writer for the Dateline. Remember: “It’s your right to write!”
Nippon Enthusiasts & Knowledgeable Otaku (NEKO)
NEKO enriches the academic environment by stimulating the growth and appreciation of Anime as an art form, and raising awareness and understanding of Japanese Culture. Weekly meetings are open to anyone interested in Anime or Japanese art and culture.
Student Athlete Advisory Committee
The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) enhances the student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity for all student-athletes, protecting student-athlete welfare, and fostering a positive student-athlete image, while maintaining the tenants of the Division III philosophy.
Student Alumni Association
Student Alumni Associations goal is to connect students past, present, and future. We offer leadership, networking and social opportunities to students serious about being successful.
The Excel Crew
The Excel Crew is an Academic and social club centered around students in project excel but open to the entire campus. Our mission is to give students the opportunity for social growth by providing events on and off campus.
Veterans in Communities (VIC)
As the Veterans social club on campus, VIC strives to assist and educate people about Veterans' issues within the community. VIC is open to all faculty, students, and staff.