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Make sure to connect to others and create or join a physically distanced community through similar interests. Keep up your motivation and connect with your peers through clubs.

Join a current club

Here are some suggested clubs to start:

  1. Socially distanced running club (connect through running apps)
  2. Book clubs
  3. Movie clubs
  4. Gaming clubs
  5. Cooking clubs
  6. Crafting clubs
  7. Tiktok clubs
  8. Dancing clubs
  9. Knitting clubs
  10. religious based clubs

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Prospective clubs

We post information regarding clubs that have some interest, but not enough members to officially form a club. Check here for information on these prospective clubs and contact the club president directly to find out how to get involved.

Poetry Club

The purpose of the Conestoga Poetry Club is to share poetry written by students. To grow as writers and share ideas and processes. This club gives writers a forum to come together and create relationships and connections. By joining the club you will explore the process from idea to publishing.

If you are interested in joining, please contact club president Phil Canuel at:

Conestoga Board Games Club

This club helps members to develop their logical thinking by playing strategic board games. The board games club works on cooperation skills by playing co-op board games and has an amazing time while doing so. This club will have a positive effect and bring people together in a competitive manner depending on the games they choose to play.

If you are interested in joining, please contact club president Nikola Zemenski at:

Don’t see a club listed? Start one!

In order to become a fully sanctioned club you must read the Clubs Manual and fill out the downloadable Club Application Form and email it to the CSI Student Engagement Coordinator. You will then be contacted via the email address you provide to set up a meeting to complete the process.

Why Become an Official CSI Club or Society?

Official CSI Clubs and Societies have a several benefits afforded to them like: As a CSI Club or Society, you will receive support from CSI in the following ways:

  • Funding
  • Advertising supports
  • Prizes

  • Guidance on how to run meetings and virtual events
  • And general moral support

A CSI Club must:

  1. Have a membership of at least seven students.
  2. have a statement of purpose and proposed plan of operations, including a proposed budget for the academic year and a list of elected officers and a proposed meeting schedule for the academic year.
  3. Completely read the CSI Club Manual

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CSI’s Student Engagement Coordinator would be happy to talk to you about any questions or concerns you have about this topic.