Student Clubs & Organizations
Under the Baobab Tree
Organization dedicated to the retention of students of African and Latin descent at Otis College of Art and Design.
Identity—Otis Gay Straight Alliance
An organization designed to promote awareness and educate the Otis community about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and alternative sex and gender cultures. The group encourages acceptance, tolerance and self-pride within the Otis Community.
Otis Christian Club (OCC)
Otis Christian Club focuses on joining students together to create an intimate relationship with God and getting closer to God through Worship. The membership is open to all students regardless of nationality, religion, and various cultures.
The purpose of this organization will be to practice improvisational acting, encourage speaking in front of groups, and embrace spontaneous, creative thinking.
The Adventure Club will develop and strengthen the student community by offering knowledge of Los Angeles and the natural environment often missed by design students.
Exhibition and Curatorial Club
EEC will promote a stronger community of art students on the Otis campus by giving students an opportunity to create and display artwork for exhibitions in the community.
The Bicycle Club is a community that meets monthly to ride bikes in the city. It is geared toward beginner bike riders who don't feel comfortable riding in the city. The goal is to teach people in the club to use a great transportation tool.
Magic the Gathering Club
A meeting place for Magic the Gathering players and collector. This club creates a new group of friends, and community where Magic the Gathering games will be held, Magic the Gathering card art will be discussed, and a safe space for Trading Card games is provided and enjoyed.
Rotaract provides an opportunity for students to enhance theirknowledge and skills that will assist them in their personal development as artist and designers.Through developing friendships and providing service to the community (on campus and off)students will address social needs of the community and promote better relationships between all people.
Club/Organization Recognition Online Form
If you are interested in creating a new club/organization on campus, please fill out the form below and hit submit so your info. is forwarded to Mike Luna, Director of Student Activities. If you have questions, please contact 310.846.2595.