Student Activities Office


Student Activities

Student Activities: Coordinates the activities and events sponsored by student clubs and organizations, as well as advises and oversees many student government organizations. We look forward to working with you to make your college experience the best that it can be!

College is more than going to class, studying and taking exams. It is also an opportunity to grow as an individual and discover who you are. Being involved in activities beyond the classroom is an important part of your college experience. At the College of Southern Idaho various campus event and student organizations provide opportunity to meet new friends, pursue recreational or educational activities, gain valuable leadership experience or just connect with others who share your interests. Some of your best memories of college will be the interesting events and fun filled activities you will enjoy outside class!

Student Senate is the governing body of the Associated Students of CSI and provides a means of communication between the college's students and its administration regarding educational improvements, student-faculty relations and student life. The senate annually sponsors student activities and entertainment events at CSI. Elections are held each fall for incoming freshman and in the spring for continuing students.

Ambassadors represent the college in a public relations capacity by giving campus tours, assisting with future student recruitment, promoting campus activities, and serving as "listeners" for student problems and concerns. Members are selected by interviews, which are conducted each fall.

Program Board is a council that coordinates activities at the College of Southern Idaho, with the purpose to create a positive atmosphere, build social relationships outside of the classroom for CSI students, their families, and our community.

Intramural Sports are open to all current students and offer a broad range of sports including flag football, basketball, volleyball, and dodgeball. Most intramural programs are open to both men and women and many teams are co-ed. For more information, contact them at (208) 732-6470.

CSI Challenge Course is the largest pole course west of the Mississippi. The course has a series of high and low experiential elements that students and community groups used to promote teamwork, motivation, communication, and goal setting. For more information, contact them at (208) 732-6488.

CSI Outdoor Program serves to provide students, faculty & staff, and community members with adventure-based learning through outdoor and wilderness experiences. Fostering an environment of self-efficacy and interpersonal growth, each adventure seeks to create awareness for environmental stewardship, develop leaders, and promote lifetime active living. For more information, contact them at (208) 732-6697.


Contact Information:
Location: 2nd floor of Taylor Administrative Building, in the Student Union
Phone: 208-732-6224 or 800-680-0274, ext. 6224
Fax: 208-736-4705