Student Clubs

Club Handbook

CEI Armed Forces Club

Description: The Armed Forces Student Club an organization that brings together students from diverse backgrounds who share a common interest in military service, defense, and patriotism. This club serves as a dynamic hub where students can engage in a wide range of activities, discussions, and events related to the armed forces and national security.

Purpose: The primary purpose of the Armed Forces Student Club is to foster a sense of community, support, and appreciation for the military and its members among students on campus. This club serves multiple essential functions:

  • Community Building
  • Respect and Patriotism
  • Engagement and Advocacy
  • Military Appreciation

Meeting: please email club advisors for recent meeting times

Club Advisor: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Matt Burch at

CEI Business Management Club

Description: The Business Management Club is a student-led organization open to all CEI students. open to all CEI students.

Purpose: Through fun and rewarding activities, we are focused on advancing students' management and networking skills.

Meetings: At present, meetings are currently scheduled at 12:45 p.m., on a random Tuesday of each month, in Room 240C. Contact the club advisor or president for the latest information.

Contact:For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Laura King at or Business Management Club President, Sarah Mace at

CEI Christian Fellowship

Description: Weekly meeting on campus where we will play games and get to know each other, read from the bible and have a discussion/ask questions, and have prayer time.

Purpose: To provide an opportunity for students at CEI to encounter and trust the Jesus of the Bible and then, as a whole-life response, to love God and love people.

Vision: Students at CEI will develop a Christian community that is welcoming, centered on Christ, and personally and communally transformational.


  • Christ-centered. Our aim is to build people's affection for Christ by turning our attention to his all-sufficiency. God loves me, in Christ, but life does not revolve around me. Jesus alone can give true rest, rightness with God, reformation and resurrection. Also implied in this is that I do not dictate what is true.
  • Fostering community. Students are encouraged to be hospitable and to invite others into their family life and interests as well as to bear burdens, pray for each other, and build each other up.
  • Scholarship. Discussions and studies will be intelligent, based on facts, and apply high level critical thinking skills.
  • Apolitical. Our faith should shape our politics, not the other way around.
  • Service. Be a blessing to both CEI and our community, not a burden. If there is a service project needed, we should be first in line.
  • Adhere to orthodox Christian doctrine (i.e. as stated in the Apostles' Creed, the Nicene Creed or the National Association of Evangelicals ( ). We do not center on secondary doctrines.
  • Listen to people with humility and treat people with respect, because of their inherent value--being made in the image of God--regardless of background or belief. Don’t “categorize & demonize.”
  • CEI Campus Christian Club is not a substitute for a Christian church. We encourage students to attend and use their spiritual gifts in an orthodox Christian church.

Meeting: Fridays from Noon – 1 pm Room 502, Building 5

Contact: For questions or to join, call Club Community Advisor Kim at (208) 970-1727.

CEI Comic Club

Description: The Comic Book Club is for anyone interested in reading or creating comic books of any kind. We cover superhero comics, manga, bande dessinée and all other genres of comics.

Purpose: A club for both readers and creators to share the love of the medium. A safe place for fans of all comics to discuss their interests and for creators to receive feedback.

Meeting: biweekly meetings on Mondays at 3pm to 4pm in room 506

Contact: For questions or to join, reach out to Club President Luke Walker at

CEI Computer Club

Description: A student led club designed to help students in the computer science programs with study sessions, activities, and peer tutoring.

Purpose:To assist student in studying and preparing for industry certification exams and coursework through enjoyable activities and study groups to build a foundation of teamwork and cooperation.

Meetings: Wednesdays, Noon-12:50pm, Building 2, room 240A (date/time subject to change, please contact club advisor for more details)

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Jim Hammon at .

Disc Golf Club

Description: The Disc Golf Student Club at College of Eastern Idaho is an organization dedicated to promoting the sport of disc golf among college students and the community. Disc golf, also known as frisbee golf, is a fun and accessible outdoor activity that combines the elements of traditional golf with the precision and skill of throwing frisbees into a series of designated targets, often metal baskets with hanging chains.
The Disc Golf Club welcomes students of all skill levels, from beginners who have never played disc golf to seasoned veterans looking to compete at a higher level. We provide a supportive and friendly community for students to come together, enjoy the outdoors, and share their passion for disc golf.


  • To promote physical activity
  • Develop skills in the playing of disc golf
  • Community and social interaction
  • Campus engagement
  • Wellness and stress relief

meeting: this club is currently inactive.

Contact: For questions or to join, email the Student Life Department at

Comunidad Siempre Juntos

Description: Comunidad Siempre Juntos is an organization dedicated to fostering unity, inclusion, and diversity on our campus. Our name, which means "Community Always Together" in Spanish, reflects our commitment to creating an environment where all students feel welcome and valued, regardless of their cultural background, language, or experience.

Purpose: The "Comunidad Siempre Juntos" Student Club has several fundamental objectives that define our mission and purpose:

Meeting: Meeting time to be established at the first meeting of the term. Please contact the club advisor for recent meeting times.

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Raquel Cuevas at or Steve Harrison at

Delta Nu Delta

Description: Delta nu Delta Fantasy Gaming Society is a club for people who love tabletop role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, Shadowrun, Monster of the Week, and others. We often have several games running both face to face and online for members to join.

Purpose: Tabletop game club

Meeting: Meeting time to be established at the first meeting of the term. Please contact the club advisor for recent meeting times.

Contact: For questions or to join, please email the club at

Esports Club

Description: The E-sports Club is an organization that unites students with a passion for competitive gaming and digital sportsmanship. It's a community where players of all skill levels come together to celebrate their love for video games, build friendships, and engage in thrilling e-sports competitions.

Purpose: The Student E-sports Club is driven by a set of core objectives that define its mission and impact.

  • Competitive Gaming
  • Skill Development
  • Teamwork and Leadership
  • Sportsmanship
  • Community Engagement
  • Streaming and Content Creation

Meeting: please email club advisors for recent meeting times

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Tucker Cooper at

Falcon Fly Casters

Description: promotes fly fishing as a form of outdoor sport, hobby, and recreation. We aim to bring together students, faculty, and community by offering an ideal environment conducive of both learning about the craft of fly fishing as well as fish restoration and conservation. We accept all anglers with varying skill levels. Whether it is your first time holding a rod or you are an experienced angler, this club is for you.


  • To strengthen our relationship with members of the Snake River Plain community.
  • To continue to work for the care and preservation of the local waterways which make this region unique.
  • To share our knowledge of the sport of fly fishing as well as the etiquette that should accompany it.
  • To improve our knowledge and awareness of our local waters.
  • Ultimately the main goal of the Falcon Fly Casters is to create a fun, stress-free environment away from the college that brings together students with the common interest of catching fish with artificial flies.

Meeting: TBD (weather pending) Please email club advisors for recent meeting times.

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Steve Harrison at

Falcon Writing Club

Description: The Writing Club inclusive organization dedicated to fostering a vibrant writing community among college students. Writing is a versatile and expressive art form that transcends academic boundaries, and our club welcomes writers of all genres, styles, and skill levels. Whether you're an aspiring novelist, poet, journalist, screenwriter, or simply someone who loves to put words on paper, you'll find a home among like-minded individuals who share a passion for writing.


  • To promote creativity and expression
  • Writing skill development
  • Promote literary culture
  • Provide campus publication opportunities
  • Advocacy for the writing arts

Meeting: please email club advisors for recent meeting times

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisors, Heidi Tighe at

Idaho Student Nursing Association Club

Description: CEI Student Nurse Association (SNA) is an association for all RN's and PN's in the various CEI nursing programs. We function under the Idaho State Nurses Association who is under the National Student Nurses Association. We host events, attend career fairs, attend nurse orientation, promote collaboration between cohorts, and help with leadership opportunities. It costs $37/year to be a member as dues are paid to the Idaho and national associations. There are other various benefits and opportunities at the Idaho and national levels.


  • To assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care.
  • To provide programs representative of fundamental interests and concerns to nursing students.
  • To aid in the development of the whole person, including his/her professional role, his/her responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life.
  • To promote a positive and welcoming image of the college.

Meetings: We meet two times a month virtually on Microsoft Teams

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Ashley Anderson at or Shawna Morris at

Leadership League

Description: Student Club with opportunities to developed, discuss, and network with leadership to develop skills useful in the career field.


  1. To provide each student with hands on leadership development opportunities they can't get in the classroom.
  2. To support the CEI student experience and build confidence through business related competitive events and challenges with students from other colleges and universities.
  3. To develop a scalable and sustainable network opportunity for students interested in leadership and success.
  4. To provide a platform for CEI students to build professional networks with local business leaders.

Meetings: This club is currently inactive.

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Christian Godfrey at

Medical Assisting Club

Description: A student led club to raise awareness of the profession as well as support and supply the Medical Assisting students with additional information and cohesiveness coordinating with the AAMA organization.

Purpose: To inform other about what Medical Assisting is and benefits of the career field.

Meeting: First Monday of each month @ Noon, Room 213, Building 6

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Jessica Hunter at or Club Leadership Tyson Carlson at

Native Falcon Association

Description: A student led club geared towards the education, support, professional development, and the possibility of future scholarships for members.

Purpose: To provide knowledge, information, and resources to anyone interested in Indigenous culture.

Meeting: This club is currently inactive.

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisors, Effie Hernandez at

Pride Club

Description: an inclusive supportive group creating and fostering a nurturing environment for the college LGBTQ+ community.


  • To support the mental well-being of all club members with support, kindness, and acceptance.
  • To inspire the college community to support full equality for LGBTQ+ people on campus.
  • To deepen the level of engagement among LGBTQ+ members and allies.

Meeting: Mondays at 4 pm in Room 582, Building 5.

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Pam O’Hearn at

Phi Theta Kappa – Beta Chi Psi Chapter

Description: The Beta Chi Psi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) at College of Eastern Idaho is a prestigious and distinguished honor society that recognizes and celebrates the academic achievements and leadership potential of community college students. Our chapter is an integral part of the global Phi Theta Kappa organization, known for its commitment to scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship.

Purpose: The Phi Theta Kappa Chapter at CEI is guided by a set of fundamental principles and goals that define our mission and impact:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Leadership Development
  • Service to Others
  • Civic Engagement.
  • Networking and Professional Development
  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • Recognition and Celebration
  • Community Building
  • Alumni Engagement

Meeting: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 3 pm in Room 504, Building 5.

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Bailey Winn at or Chuck Bohleke at

Science Club

Description: a place to explore science free from any grade consequences.

Purpose: To promote science among the college community by nurturing the interests and fun side of science. To seek knowledge and experience that will help expand interest into different science fields and unite each discipline.

Meeting: Mondays at 2 pm in Room 582, Building 5.

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Pam O’Hearn at

CEI Speakeasy Club

Description: A student led club where students can gather to work on interpersonal and small group communication through conversation.

Purpose: To come together as a community to socialize while enjoying a hot/cold beverage in a low stress, zero stakes environment; allowing students to get to know each other outside the classroom, strengthening the community spirit on campus.

Meeting: please email club advisors for recent meeting times

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Matt Burch at

CEI Speech and Debate Club

Description: The Student Speech and Debate Club is an exciting and intellectually stimulating organization that thrives on the power of words, the art of persuasion, and the thrill of engaging in constructive discourse. It's a vibrant hub where students from all backgrounds come together to hone their public speaking skills, develop their critical thinking abilities, and foster a passion for effective communication.


  • Skill Development
  • Critical Thinking
  • Academic Enhancement
  • Civil Engagement
  • Friendship and Community
  • Competitive Excellence
  • Building Self-Confidence

Meeting: This club is currently inactive.

Contact: For questions or to join, email Club Advisor, Jill Kirkham at

Contact Advisors:
Bailey Winn