Black Student Union
the Otis Black Student Union (OBSU) is a space for black creatives to grow and learn, while spreading and gaining knowlegde about the black experience. The Otis Black Student Union exists to create and promote a safe, supportive and inclusive community for Black students. By providing opportunities for all students to increase awareness of Black culture with an emphasis on Black art,social, political, and intellectual traditions. The goal of OBSU is to serve and unify the students of the African diaspora at Otis College of Art and Design by addressing their needs. For more information about how to get involved, please contact Nyjah at Nyates@student.otis.edu.
The cooking club is a place for Otis students to learn basic cooking skills, new recipes, cooking in different cultures, and do some fun cooking challenges. The purpose of this club is to bring together a group of people at Otis that share a love for making and eating food. This club is all inclusive of any student that wants to join no mater experience or skill level. Contact Carly at Cjarocki@student.otis.edu for more information on how to get involved!
Dungeons, Dragons, and Diversity (D3)
D3 has a mission to improve interpersonal relationships between peers. The group promotes creative problem solving through various unconventional puzzles. Members will work together to strengthen various world building skills needed for storytelling, as well as the process of character creation and design. Members will need to learn how to work in a team in order to problem solve, since some puzzles will require teamwork. Our goals are for any members who join to socialize and build confidence in these creative skills. —Contact D3 Club at firstname.lastname@example.org
Familia De Otis
Familia de Otis is committed to connecting Hispanic/LatinX students with one another, and encouraging them to participate in discussing and celebrating their heritage on campus. Familia de Otis welcomes students of all cultures to engage in learning about Hispanic/Latinx culture. For more information about how to get involved, please contact Izzy at Idepaz@student.otis.edu.
The purpose of this organization is to give the club’s members the possibility to learn about gardening and sustainable living. In a latter purpose, this club seeks to raise acknowledgement about environmental matters among students. Contact Aine at email@example.com As or Claudia Hernandez Romero firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to get involved.
Jesus Club is made up of Otis students who hope to create a sense of community by providing a space for students to be open with each other and support one another. We welcome everyone to join us in talking and learning about Jesus, or just to join us in spreading love. Contact Alyssa Rodriguez at Arodriguez2@student.otis.edu or Reanna Brown at Rbrown2@student.otis.edu to get involved!
LARP (Live-Action Role-Play) Club
This club brings together aspiring actors, costume designers, concept artists, and prop makers on campus to collaborate and develop a Role Playing storyline that will be acted outthrough the course of the semester. For more information, please contact Isaiah Sirkin at Isaiah119@gmail.com
League of Legends Club
This League of Legends Club aims to create a community that enjoys playing League, a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) video game that is free to play! Our community also consists of those who play other games by the parent company, Riot Games, such as Valorant, Legends of Runeterra, and Teamfight Tactics. This club welcomes anyone who plays, wants to play, or just enjoys the artwork. Let's have fun together! For more information, please contact Trinity at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Otis Storyboarding Club
The Otis Storyboard Club is an organization with the purpose of creating a consistent collaborative space for students interested in the art of storyboarding. Members will be able to work on their own storyboarding projects as well as take part in different club activities that focus on the development of their drawing and storytelling skills as well as their technical knowledge regarding storyboarding software. The club will also be constantly informing members with current and upcoming animation events such as conventions, screenings and networking events that will help club members get involved with the animation industry. For more information, please contact Vicente at email@example.com
The Otis Book Club
The Otis Book Club aims to create a supportive community of students who love to read. We read for pleasure, to educate ourselves, to satisfy our curiosity, and to feel empathy and connection with both characters and our fellow classmates. Contact Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org or Maggie at Mlight@otis.edu.
The Tennis Club
The purpose of the Otis Tennis Club will be to bring in more sports activities to art students and provide opportunities for exercise and social needs in school. This club should be home for anyone who loves Tennis and outdoor sports in Otis. Contact Wei at XBQCZK@Gmail.com to get involved.
WIA (Women in Animation) Club
The WIA (Women in Animation) club is open to all students of Otis College of Art and Design regardless of identity, celebrating diversity and inclusion. This club is for those wanting to go into the Animation Industry or simply have a love for animation. This club is a chill, relaxed environment to foster community and get excited over the latest animated content. We will also offer members fun animation-based team-building events, industry resources, and professional development opportunities. Please send an email to WIACLUB@OTIS.EDU for more information.
Club/Organization Recognition Online Form
Register Your Club Today!
If you are interested in creating a new club/organization on campus, please read through the registration form found on the Application page, and submit your application before September 30, 2021. The request will be forwarded to the Director of Student Activities. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.