COA students tend to have eclectic interests—and lots of them. In our small and active student body there are always events and activities, whether it’s a potluck supper, cribbage tournament, dance party, or a gathering to discuss important important issues on campus or around the world.

Students also form clubs and organizations based on their interests, ranging from soccer to gender identity, midwifery, literary publications, and global environmental politics.  If you’re interested in something, chances are you’ll find other people who want to join in too.

Throughout the term there are lots of organized activities both on-campus and in town, including lectures, concerts, film screenings, yoga classes, kayak or sailing lessons, trail runs and other sports and fitness activities, and outing club expeditions around Acadia and other parts of Maine. Check out the calendar for events happening now.

But wait, there’s more!

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Upcoming student activities

  • May
    Members of Double Edge Theatre join the COA Human Ecology Forum May 20.

    Double Edge Theatre: A Home of Living Culture and Art Justice

    4:10pm, Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center Double Edge founder and artistic director Stacy Klein, music director John Peitso, and actor Travis Coe, the creator of the ensemble’s new work, “SUGA,” join the College of the Atlantic Human Ecology Forum.
  • May
    Double Edge Theatre actor Travis Coe created SUGA. 

    Double Edge Theatre Performance

    7:00pm, Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center Double Edge Theatre presents excerpts from their new work, “SUGA,” created by actor Travis Coe and directed by founder and artistic director Stacy Klein. Q&A to follow.