COA students tend to have eclectic interests—and lots of them. Much of our energy is channeled into coursework, but we also make room to pursue plenty of other passions outside of class. In the evenings, there may be film screenings, theater productions, poetry out loud, or a meeting to organize a trip to a protest or conference. Students also get together in both official clubs and unofficial groups to botanize, do fiber arts, make music, or create a pop-up restaurant. You’re in a community full of really smart, creative people: who knows what you’ll cook up together.
Current student organizations:
- Anime and Gaming Club
- Botany Club
- COA Council on Foreign Affairs
- College of the Atlantic Quidditch Team
- Earth in Brackets
- Dungeons & Dragons Gaming Group
- Fiber Arts Club
- The Good Film Club
- Picante Pelotas Futbol Club
- Poetry Collective
- Random Acts of Kindness Club
- Sore Toes
- Student Framework for Environmental and Social Justice
- Vegan/Vegetarian Club
- Woodworking Club
- Zero Waste Club
Want to create a new student organization?
Contact Lauren Rupp at email@example.com to learn how.
Upcoming student activities:
Eye of Newt and Toe of Frog, Adder’s Fork and Lizard’s Leg: Digging into the Folklore of Amphibians and Reptiles4:10pm, McCormick Lecture Hall Renowned herpetologist Marty Crump discusses the lore, mythology, and power of some of the world’s most endangered creatures at College of the Atlantic’s Human Ecology Forum.
Feb94:10pm, Gates Center Heather’s class is a mix of steady Vinyasa Flow Yoga to strengthen and engage body and mind mixed with mindful alignment and the occasional Yin or restorative posture to drop you into a deeper place of stillness.
Feb98:00pm, Deering Common With a suitcase of songs, Maine folk troubadour Dan Blakeslee ventured into the subways of Boston in 1995 to practice his craft. He has been making music and art throughout New England ever since.
Feb101:00pm, Gates Center All College Meeting serves to facilitate COA policy-making, consultation among diverse constituents, community-building, education, communication, and dialogue. All COA community members are welcome!
Feb107:00pm, Eliot Study Space From it’s COA origins in 2006, [Earth] has grown into an internationally recognized symbol representing the political mess we’re in.