The Alpha Omega Science Club is open to all science students.
The Art Students League is open for membership to anyone with an interest in the visual arts.
The Association of Child Development Technology is a club for Child Development Technology students.
The Baptist Student Union, Natchez, is open to all students regardless of faith or denomination.
The BSU, Wesson, is a collegiate ministry that is Christ centered, church supported and student lead.
The Co-Lin Concert Choir is open to all students who are interested in singing a wide variety of vocal music. The Sojourners Show Choir and the Ambassadors Vocal Ensemble are selected from an audition at the beginning of each semester.
The Co-Lin Bible Club is an inter-denominational organization with the purpose of representing the love of Christ on our campus.
The purpose of the Copiah-Lincoln Centurions History Club is to encourage the study and enjoyment of history for its members. Membership is open to all students.
Copiah-Lincoln Student Society for Medical Technology is an organization dedicated to those students interested in a career in medical technology.
Membership consists of freshmen and sophomore associate degree nursing students who join either the campus organization and/or state organizations which include MOSA and MSNA.
Students in the Business and Marketing Technology program or the Hospitality and Tourism Management Technology program are encouraged to become members of the local DECA chapter.
The College Music Society is an organization open to full-time or part-time students who have an interest in music.
The Food Service Committee consists of students and cafeteria employees.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Natchez Future Teacher Club is open to any full- or part-time students interested in pursuing a career in the education field.
The Future Teachers of America is an organization which is open to any full-time or part-time students interested in pursuing a career in the education field.
Mu Alpha Theta is the National High School and Two-Year Mathematics Honor Society.
Co-Lin Naturalists' Club is an organization open to all students. The philosophy of the club is to bring awareness of our environment to the college and surrounding communities.
The award-winning Natchez Campus newspaper, N-Sights, is published throughout the school year by the College Publications Program.
Since 1990, Copiah-Lincoln Community College has sponsored the Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration, an annual conference held in early spring.
The National Technical Honor Society is America’s highest award for excellence in career and technical education. Must be eligible to join.
The purpose of Phi Beta Gamma is to provide a recreational and extra-curricular environment for students in science-related fields and those interested in scientific subject matter.
Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate division of the national association, Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL). Membership is open to all students interested in pursuing a business or business-related career.
Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor’s society for two-year colleges, was organized in 1918 to promote scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship; to develop character; and to cultivate friendship among the students of the community colleges of the United States of America. Membership is by invitation only.
Mississippi Practical Nursing Nurses Association is an organization dedicated to those students interested in careers as Practical Nurses.
The President’s Council was established at Co-Lin in 1978. The group consists of club and organization presidents and student leaders who are appointed to the Council.
The Natchez Campus has a very active Relay for Life Team, which hosts a variety of events as fund-raisers for the American Cancer Society. The team is open to all students and staff.
The Co-Lin underwater robotics team is open to all students. This program strives to integrate students from the academic and career technical schools at Co-Lin by designing an underwater robot for International competition. Students gain skills in machining, CAD, electronics, engineering and marketing, with many being hired by regional robotics and engineering firms.
Sigma Kappa Delta is a national English honor society for two-year colleges. Copiah-Lincoln's Delta Alpha chapter extends membership to outstanding students of the English language and literature nominated by their Humanities instructors who meet both national and local criteria.
Skills USA (formerly called Vocational Industrial Club of America) is a national association of high school, vocational, and community college students interested in vocational careers. Membership is open to all vocational students.
The Student Government Association (SGA) serves as the legislative body for all students (on-line or on-ground). Student Government Association officers are elected to their positions.
The Student Society of Radiologic Technologists (S.S.R.T.) is an affiliate of the Mississippi Society of Radiologic Technologists (M.S.R.T.).
The Student Veterans Association (SVA) is a group of college-based military veterans and supporters dedicated to supporting military veteran’s higher education and their families. Membership of the SVA is open to all faculty, staff and students with a military connection at Co-Lin, regardless of campus.
Trailblazers are the hospitality/recruiting group who take part in many activities at Co-Lin. They do everything from ushering at programs to serving as hosts/hostesses for special events on campus. Students become Trailblazers through an application process.
Trillium is the yearbook for the college. It is published annually each spring and available to students for $10 per book. Trillium conducts the annual Trillium Beauty Pageant in the fall. Staff members are selected through an application and interview process. A limited number of positions are available.
The Wolf Tales is the college publication written by students. Those interested in writing should contact Mrs. Mary Warren to begin the selection process. Those selected will be eligible for a scholarship.
The Wesley Foundation attempts to enrich the spiritual, educational and social lives of college students and faculty.
The CLCC Wolfpack Strong Student Health and Wellness Club works to share information about health and wellness to the campus and community while encouraging an active healthy lifestyle.
The Women’s Residence Council is an organization of selected students who represent the dormitories. Members must be of good character and maintain a 2.5 GPA.