*Unless otherwise indicated, the sites below were created and are maintained by Davidson students and/or their advisors, to whom questions regarding the sites should be directed.
Camerata Singers/Cantanti Contrappunti
We seek to expand the musical experience of Davidson College students by performing musica antigua, specifically madrigals. For more information, contact John Himes.
Canterbury at Davidson (Episcopal Campus Ministry)
To offer a space for worship, fellowship, service, and formation for Episcopalians and all interested students. For more information, contact Sam Meyers.
Catholic Campus Ministry
CCM celebrates Mass weekly on campus. Students also gather for meals, centering prayer, retreats, and service projects. For more information, contact JP Kuhlman.
This project involves implementing a mentor-mentee program to foster inter-class relationships and greater sense of community. The programs establishs friendships that provide trust, guidance, and accountability within the greater community of Davidson. For more information, contact Ethan Kallick.
Cee Ess Cee
The purpose of this organization is to provide an infrastructure for science, art, and engineering projects related to the student body's interest. These projects can range from any discipline, but with an emphasis on learning through building and attempting to find the most economical solution available. For more information, contact Jacob Simmons.
The primary goal of CM is to offer information and support regarding mental disorders on campus. For more information, contact David Graham.
Davidson Cheerleading season begins prior to New Student Orientation in August with pre-season training camp for returning team members. The team cheers for all home Football, Men's and Women's Basketball games, as well as a few selected away games. For more information contact Hayley Lane or Sarah Garcia.
The purpose is to present true China and promote communication about current China, to enhance the influence of Chinese culture on campus and enrich student's experience, provide great opportunities to know and practice Chinese language, provide networking and information for those who plan to study and work in China, and various enterainment and fun study break opportunities. For more information, contact Yuxi Wang or Yiwei Zhang.
The purpose of Chorale is to rehease and perform choral music, present concerts of the highest caliber, and to enhance and contribute to the cultural environment of Davidson. For more information, please contact Jon Himes.
Civic Engagement Council (C.E.C.)
The Civic Engagement Council (CEC) is a student-governing organization for over twenty-five student-run service groups that offer events and direct service opportunities in partnership with a local nonprofit organization. The CEC functions as an umbrella uniting students, student organizations, and community partners. For more information, contact Grant Thomas.
A club sport is a student organization formed by individuals with a common interest in a sport activity and exists to promote and develop interest in that particular sport. Clubs may be instructional, recreational, competitive, or a combination. Students are responsible for organizing, funding, regulating, and scheduling activities for these club teams under the direction of the Assistant Director of Physical Education and Recreation. Involvement by faculty and staff advisors is essential. For more information, contact Savannah Erwin.
Promotes and provides information regarding the Republican agenda both locally and nationally, including sponsorship of Republican speakers on campus. For more information, contact Cameron Privott.
Community Free Clinic
Volunteers assist with pharmacy and translating needs. The clinic provides free healthcare services for uninsured adults in and around the Concord area. Dinner is provided for volunteers. For more information contact Erin Shufflebarger.
Comparative Advantage is a mentoring program for economics majors. For more information contact Sam Hyman.
Concert Choir and Chamber Singers
The 62 voice Concert Choir performs five major concerts on campus annually: Fall Concert, Christmas Vespers, Spring and Baccalaureate Concerts, plus an end-of-tour winter concert. Recent tours have taken them to the mid-Atlantic states, the Midwest, and the Southeast. This year they will travel to New York City and present concerts, one of which will be a performance of Morten Lauridsen’s Lux aeterna in Carnegie Hall. The Chamber Singers is a 18-24 voice select ensemble, whose members are chosen from the Concert Choir. Its repertoire emphasizes music written before 1750 and 20th century choral literature. This year they will go to New York City and appear at St. James Episcopal Church with the Concert Choir, as well as present their own concert on campus the spring. Recent repertoire has included music by Ferko, Bach, Hassler, Gawthrop, Palestrina, and Mozart. For more information contact Christopher Gilliam.
Connor eating house was founded at Davidson College in 1991. Connor was named for Carol Connor Willingham, Class of 1977, and the first trustee to be elected by the Alumni Association. Connor House moved into the current Patterson Court House in 1993. For more information contact Genna Reed.
Promotes awareness of South Asian Values and cultures through lectures, presentations, and native foods. For more information contact Bealela Donnelly.
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