Student Government Organization

The SGA at Columbus Central University is committed to representing, advocating for, and providing services to the School of Medicine students within the university. The elected officers of the SGA are dedicated to improving the quality of education, student life, and academic achievements of the students at Columbus Central University.

The SGA Mission

The Student Government Association at Columbus Central University is committed to being available and responsive to all students, while representing their interests and addressing their concerns. The association is dedicated to fostering an atmosphere that supports student achievement and provides effective leadership and transparency to its members. By valuing diversity, promoting engagement, and encouraging communication, the Student Government Association strives to create a strong and inclusive community.

The primary objective of the Student Organization Office (SOO) is to encourage student engagement and participation, which is considered a critical element of university education. The SOO registers student organisations and provides various services, including advice, information, and support, to help these organisations and students to thrive. The office collaborates with the university and external partners, such as advisors, alumni, and national organisations, to offer leadership development, organisational management, and skill development opportunities. These opportunities are aimed at empowering students and equipping them with the knowledge and resources needed to excel outside the classroom. The SOO also provides education on university policies, procedures, and available resources to help students make the most of their university experience. By promoting active, thoughtful, and involved community members, the SOO seeks to support high-quality learning experiences beyond the classroom setting.

Student Government Association (SGA)

The SGA at Columbus Central University works closely with the administration to address student concerns and act as a bridge between students and faculty. The organization aims to provide resources that can help students achieve academic success. 

  • First is the campus copy and supply center, which sells a variety of CCU-related items, medical school supplies, food, and lecture notes from teachers. 

  • Additionally, SGA publishes a monthly newsletter called “CCU News,” which includes articles written by CCU students, interviews, school news, medical event updates, and other information. 

  • Lastly, tutoring services are available to students.

American Medical Student Association (AMSA)

AMSA is an organization that provides its members with opportunities to gain practical experience in the field of medicine and engage in community health initiatives. One such initiative is the provision of free monthly diabetes screenings. Additionally, AMSA offers clinical courses to all students with the aim of enhancing their basic clinical skills. 

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Muslim Student Association

The MSA arranges various events throughout the year, including a welcome dinner for new students and Eid celebrations in November and February. Additionally, the organization holds monthly meetings that are open to all students and their spouses.

Christian Student Organization

All students are welcome to join this Christian group, which is Bible-based and non-denominational. Members are encouraged to participate by playing musical instruments, and the worship service is organized and led by fellow students.

Jewish Students Club (JSC)

The Jewish Students Club has the objective of promoting Jewish culture and identity among all participants. This organization welcomes all its members to participate in its activities. The club has established strong connections within the campus and commemorates most major Jewish holidays. Additionally, the club arranges Sabbath dinners as frequently as possible.

Clinical Research Society

The Clinical Research Society comprises highly accomplished students who have the opportunity to interact with professors and medical professionals through engaging in intellectual conversations. The students also utilize cutting-edge technologies for anatomical research and often submit their findings to esteemed medical journals.

Women’s Medical Student Association

This organization aims to support the inclusion of women in the medical profession, promoting their personal growth, advocating for gender balance in administrative and faculty positions, and organizing educational events for the Columbus Central University community to foster a sense of unity among all medical students.

The Indian Students Association

The Indian Student Association (ISA) aims to increase awareness and appreciation of Indian culture and traditions among the students, faculty, staff, and residents of the CCU community. Membership is available to all students at no cost, and the association encourages members of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds to participate and share their experiences. ISA hosts events throughout the academic year to celebrate important festivals and cultural events. Additionally, the organization sponsors social gatherings to foster a sense of community among members.

Clarification on CCUSOM Programs

We wish to inform you that CCUSOM has no partner campuses, split programs in India, or offline premed centers. Our programs are exclusively completed within the university in Belize. Any rumors circulating in India about such arrangements are untrue. Trust only official communications for accurate information.