Animation Club

The club is made to focus on animation as a medium and craft. Animation Club is meant to act as a center for community and collaboration within the animation department and to allow a place to gather and share resources related to animation. For more information, please contact Chloe at


Asian Culture Organization

The Asian Culture Organization is a fun and education group with the purpose to learn about Asian culture, customs, art, and expand the diversity of Asia throughout the KCAI community. For more information, please contact Jason at


Fire Frisbees

The purpose of Fire Frisbees is to have fun, get outside, and relieve stress. For more information, contact Hannah at


Longboard and Skateboard Club

The purpose of this club is to teach people how to skate, show them places in the city where they can, and to connect them with local skating communities, groups, shows, and shop owners. For more information, contact Graham at


Paint-okrators Bible Study

The purpose of this organization is to create a safe discussion space to talk about the Bible openly, and ask questions. Meetings take place on Thursdays at 7:00pm in Irving 101. For more information, please contact MacKenzie at


Print Club

The purpose of Print Club is to create a print community throughout KCAI, teach different forms of print, and offer open critique space. For more information, contact Quentin at


Student Activists for Equality (SAFE)

Student Activists for Equality (SAFE) encourages a culture of activism on campus, leadership, education, discussion, political participation, and community service. We organize for LGBTQ equality and human rights. For more information, please contact Casper at


Tabletop Gaming

To create a small community of people interested in collective storytelling using tabletop gaming systems: Such as Dungeons and Dragons, Shadowrun, Call of Cthulhu, etc. For more information, please contact Greg at


Worms: A Multifaceted Book Club

Worms isn organization who's purpose is to help students communicate through language, and develop analytical skills to help with liberal arts and professional practice. They are there to share in the joy of reading and practice different reading strategies. Those interested should contact Cara at