Some of these clubs are still active but look here for ideas if you're thinking of starting a club.
Focuses primarily on bringing awareness of disability issues through the CSD and college services/resources.
West Indian Student Society
Formed for the benefit of West Indian Students to create a proud community with a sense of belonging for new and international students who may find college overwhelming.
Geared towards enriching student life on campus by serving as a conduit for the 1st and 2nd year students to interact and benefit from shared experiences.
Centennial College Student Services - PMI
The student section of the Project Management Institute's Southern Ontario Chapter (PMI- SOC) at Centennial College will promote strategic associations with PMI-SOC and Centennial College Students in various domains.
Muslim Student Society
Creating a Islamic network on campus through encouraging unity and a connected spirit amongst its members. It is also primarily interested in the enrichment of the Muslim and non-Muslim population on campus through education, social activities, and community service, all in the best traditions of Islam.
Software Engineering Council
Introducing people from different semesters in the Software Engineering course.
Aims to organize Hindu students in order to preserve, practice, and promote Hindu ideals and values. Hindu YUVA conducts structured programs of regular athletic and academic activities to develop strong character and leadership skills in its members emphasizing values such as self-discipline, self-confidence, and a spirit of self-service for humanity.
Salsa @ Centennial
A social club where Centennial College students can meet and come together with other students with the interest of learning something new through once a week classes. The Salsa club intends for students to meet new people as well as learn something that they will hopefully take with them even after their time at the college expires.
Biotech Student Society
Here to help students and faculty staff members of the Biotechnology program to inspire others and achieve their goals by providing all members a sense of fellowship within the club and create a positive environment for new and potential members of the society.
HP Dance Club (MOVE)
A social club where members share a specific interest in a non-academic subject to provide a positive past-time activity for HP Campus students and to improve the social networking of students on campus. This will increase student interest about dance culture and provide a healthy activity to improve physical health and well-being of student life
Student Centre Smashers
A sports club welcoming students to play table tennis at student centre on the main floor of the Progress Campus building Monday to Friday. The club was established on Feb. 17, 2010.