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Undertaking an overseas experience could be life-changing, aiding your academic and personal development. If you’re learning an additional language, it’s also an opportunity to use what you have learned outside the classroom, and get a real insight into the culture and way of life.


A group of students organizes this independent CSS TEDx event at CSS, with a theme and the promise of an unforgettable and inspiring experience for all.



Just because you’re studying doesn’t mean your passions should fall by the wayside. At CSS, there are many student clubs and organizations. And if there’s still nothing that captures your attention, we’ll help you start your own!


is a place to talk about, enjoy, and play video games, card & board games, and tabletop RPGs. They host a variety of events throughout the term and there’s always something for everyone to enjoy!

French Club

Promotes the French language through a weekly lunchtime discussion (“French Table”) and films, trips, and French dinners.

German Club

A club devoted to promoting opportunities for everyone interested in the German language and culture; offers a weekly lunchtime German Table and informal social gatherings, discussions, films, and special events each term.

Entrepreneurship Club

The Entrepreneurship Club is a learning-by-doing environment where students can cultivate their entrepreneurship skills. Students in the club participate in the development of a business, at a minimum by learning from attending meetings, but ideally developing a start-up. A club is also a place where people in the community can incubate a business idea, providing students with learning opportunities as the students help develop the idea through the club. An emphasis is on following through so that the club creates real profitable businesses.

The Speakers Forum

The Speakers Forum is responsible for providing intellectual, entertaining, and diverse speakers on campus. The goal of the Speakers Forum is to entertain the student body while also providing exposure to diverse and interesting people from outside the college campus.

Model United Nations Club

Model United Nations calls for students to role-play delegates in a simulation of the United Nations General Assembly and other specialized UN committees. This activity takes place at MUN conferences, which are organized by the high school MUN club. Thousands of high school and college students across the country and around the world participate in Model United Nations, which involves substantial research, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, as well as critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.

Active Minds

Active Minds aims to de-stigmatize mental health on campus, as well as promote mental wellness. They host a mix of educational and self-care events to open up the conversation about mental health

Robotics Club

The Robotics Club brings together those who enjoy building things and learning about how they work. They create, program, run, and play with robots and equipment at CSS Robotic Center.

Environmental Action Club

Students educate the campus about environmental and social issues as well as sustainable living practices. They host events to encourage an appreciation for nature and the local environment.






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