Search for Organizations

Browse By Letter

Results for "C"

Camp Kesem at Mississippi State University

The purpose of Camp Kesem at Mississippi State University (CK-MSU) is to provide leadership and volunteer opportunities for the students of Mississippi State Univeristy while serving the Starkville community and the state of Mississippi. Camp Kesem recognizes and embraces the often-overlooked population of children affected by a parent’s cancer. A one-week long summer camp will be organized each year for children six to eighteen years old whose parents have had or currently have cancer. No other type of child may participate in the camp. Camp Kesem will be a place where these children can experience the simple joys of childhood and relate to other children in similar situations. Student leaders of CK-MSU will organize all aspects of the camp and fundraise enough money for every child who attends the camp to do so for free.


Camp, Cancer, Counselor, Student leader, children

Catholic Campus Ministry

Calling St. Joseph Catholic Church home, the Catholic Campus Ministry at Mississippi State is full of people who love to serve God through serving others. Our CCM builds fellowship through free weekly dinners on Tuesday nights, where people of any faith can come to learn about volunteer opportunities, the Catholic faith, intramural sports, and much more.


CCM, CSA, Neuman Club, bible studies, Catholic, church, intramural, volunteer, food pantry, fellowship, food, mission trips, prayer, adoration, upper room, Mass

CCO at First Presbyterian Church Starkville, MS

The purpose of CCO is to see the lives of college students transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ so they may be a blessing to the people and community around them. We do this by working with the local church to reach out to our college campus with church services, Bible study, service opportunities, and social events on and off campus.



Centennial Chapter of Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society at Mississippi St

Mortar Board, as an honor society, is an association of individuals selected for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship, leadership and service, with a purpose to contribute to the self-awareness of its members, to promote equal opportunities among all peoples, to emphasize the advancement of the status of women, to support the ideals of the university, to advance a spirit of scholarship, to recognize and encourage leadership, to provide service, and to establish the opportunity for a meaningful exchange of ideas as individuals and as a group.


Service, Leadership, Scholarship

Chemistry Graduate Student Association

CGSA facilitates the academic and professional development of chemistry graduate students and promotes peer to peer interaction among graduate students and professors in the Department of Chemistry at MSU. CGSA strives to support graduate students who attend professional speaking and presentation engagements or technical and research-related seminars via financial support. We also promote graduate student involvement in academic and social events within the Department, organize fundraisers, organize the annual Lester Andrews Symposium, and address graduate student concerns.


Chemistry, CGSA, graduate

Chi Omega Sorority

Chi Omega is an intergenerational women’s organization forever committed to our following founding purposes: Friendship Personal Integrity Service to Others Academic Excellence and Intellectual Pursuits Community and Campus Involvement Personal and Career Development


Greek, Panhellenic

Chinese Students and Scholars Association

Provide activitise for Chinese students and scholars


Academic, culture, Chinese, Kongfu, show

Chosen Campus Ministry 

Chosen Campus Ministry  Information • Campus Minister – Ra’mon Forbes • Contact Information: o Telephone: 601.260.6739 o Email: o Instagram: Chosen Campus Ministry is a non-denominational campus ministry that was implemented as a staging point for a Christian Revolution to win college campuses back to Jesus Christ. We are a word based campus ministry and do not teach anything that cannot be substantiated by God’s word. We stand on three principles Chosen to Lead, Chosen to, Chosen to ("C3"). C3 comes from the foundational scripture, found at I Peter 2:9. Chosen Campus Ministry is a real, relevant, and radical campus ministry that is “Teaching the Word, Doing the Work, and Touching the Lives of today’s college students!” Currently, we have Bible Study on Mondays at 7pm in the Chapel of Memories. For more information you can contact us at or 601.260.6739.


Chosen Campus Ministry, C3. Generation 6:20, generation, non-denominational, Jesus Christ, God, believers, Christian

Christian Faculty and Staff Forum

As a registered MSU organization our purpose is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ across the university campus. We also desire to be an on-site body of believers that will encourage faculty, staff, and students in their walk with Him amidst their daily activities at MSU. As an open forum committed to help provide scriptural answers to questions that we all face in a secular academic environment, we work together to promote and host various functions and activities that will embrace the Word of God and challenge us spiritually.


Christian, Faith-Based, Faculty, Staff, Students, Mississippi State University

Christians in Agriculture

We are a Christian Agriculture based club founded on the belief that we should walk in Christ's footsteps by being stewards of the land and to each other. We also strive in growing spiritually, as well as academically. We not only host bi-monthly Bible studies, we also venture into the community to assist local farmers and producers with various projects from hanging gates, to working cattle, to clearing overgrown fence lines. Members not only benefit from hands on experiences, they also benefit from positive relationships and networks they form.


Agriculture, Christian, Service, Volunteer, Animal, Livestock, Farm Animals, Bible Study

Circle K International at MSU

Circle K International is a college organization focused on service, leadership, and fellowship. We are sponsored by the Starkville Kiwanis.


service, leadership, fellowship, Circle K, kiwanis, Starkville, campus, community, outreach, leaders

Classics Club at Mississippi State University

The Classics Club seeks to promote the Greek and Latin cultures and languages at Mississippi State University. Feel free to contact any of our officers for more information. We welcome new members.


Classics, Language, Latin, Greek

College Democrats at Mississippi State University

We are a group of students and faculty who strive to uphold the ideals and values of the democratic party but are open to anyone looking to increase their knowledge of politics and engage with other likeminded progressives. We also promote and assist in the campaigns of democratic officials on the local, state, and federal levels.


Political, Politics, Democrats, College Democrats

College of Arts & Sciences Ambassadors

The Dean's Student Advisory Council is the student-run advisory board for the College of Arts and Sciences. We aim to help promote the College of Arts and Sciences in all its endeavors while also acting as liaisons between members' home department and College leadership.


College of Arts and Sciences, DSAC

College of Business Ambassadors

The purpose of our student ambassador program is to promote the College of Business through several different avenues such as recruiting, events, and networking with alumni. The organization also serves to be the voice of the College of Business student body. As representatives of the college, our ambassadors demonstrate a thorough knowledge of our business majors, faculty, and university traditions.


business, ambassadors, college of business, professional, students, tours

College of Forest Resources Dean's Council

We are here to represent the students of the College of Forest Resources and connect them to the Dean, faculty, and administration. We also take part in activities that promote participation in student life on campus. We are also here to advise the Dean of the College of Forest Resources on academic and extra-curricular aspects of student life


Forestry, Wildlife, Sustainable Bioproducts, Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, NREC, SBP, CFR, College of Forest Resources

College of Veterinary Medicine Student Chapter of the American Association of Feline Pract

AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners) is a club that is all about our feline friends! AAFP serves to provide opportunities to learn more about the feline patient. We aim to cover a broad scope of topics, including some specific feline diseases, feline radiology, addressing common behavior issues, owning a feline-only practice, managing feral cats, and proper restraining techniques.


Feline, Felines, Cat, Cats, AAFP, Veterinary Medicine, Vet School, CVM

Colleges Against Cancer

Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) is a nationwide collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by working to implement the programs and mission of the American Cancer Society. With hundreds of chapters nationwide, CAC is showing the world that young people care and want to make a difference. For 100 years, the American Cancer Society (ACS) has worked relentlessly to save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Together with millions of our supporters worldwide, we’re helping people stay well, helping people get well, finding cures, and fighting back against cancer.


Relayforlife, relay, cancer, American cancer society

CrossPoint College Ministry

Changing College Culture. CrossPoint college ministry is a worshiping community of authentic believers equipped and mobilized to strategically impact the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ by being theologically pure and culturally relevant.


Jesus, Church, CrossPoint, College Worship, 903, Late Night


We desire to be a community in Awe of Jesus, Burdened for the world, and Committed to transforming lives.


Campus Crusade for Christ, CRU, Ministry