Special Interest Groups

Have a fun hobby or interest you want to explore? Our special interest groups can help you to find an exciting way to get involved on campus. You can click on any group name to be taken to their home page. You can also contact representatives listed below, or email us at osi@emmanuel.edu to connect with the group of your choice!

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Chronic Illness Support & Awareness
The purpose of Chronic Illness Support & Awareness Group is to provide a safe space for support and events for students suffering from chronic illness or chronic pain. It also aims to promote awareness around campus of invisible disabilities and chronic illnesses.

EC Chess Club
Emmanuel College Chess Club is a place for any student of the COF to relax and play a few games while getting to know other students in the area.

EC Emergency Medical Services (ECEMS)
The mission of Emmanuel College Emergency Medical Services is to promote health and awareness through public health education as well as provide the college with the highest quality of pre-hospital emergency medical care.

EC Superfans
Our mission is to inspire our athletes on the court, field and track by bringing immense school spirit to our athletic competitions. We aim to do this in a fun way that is inclusive of the entire EC community.

Star Wars Club
Star Wars Club is a place where all fans of Star Wars can come together to discuss and share their appreciation of all Star Wars related media.

Zumba Club
The purpose of the EC Zumba Club is to provide a dance exercise opportunity for Emmanuel Students. The club will provide an opportunity for dance fitness and social engagement of students on campus through weekly classes.

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