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Students Clubs and Organizations

Student Activities at Ohio University Southern encompass a wide range of interests and offer something for everyone. Various campus activities and organizations are designed to meet the needs and to provide opportunities for students, faculty, staff, administration, and the community. Focus areas include, academics, athletics, education, fine arts, health, honor, international awareness, leadership, media, service, social science, and travel.

OUS Student Clubs and Organizations

Student President
Student Nurses Association
Pre-professional organization geared towards developing student nurses who are prepared to lead the profession in the future.
Kappa Delta Pi (KDP)
Psi Epsilon Chapter
Kappa Delta Pi is to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership, and service.
OUS Gay/Straight Alliance
To provide a safe and supportive environment for LGBTIQQA people to congregate, converse, and simply be themselves without worry of judgment or discrimination.
OUS History Club
To provide the opportunity for students to learn and discuss significant events throughout history through open forums, on and off campus events, and guest speakers.
ACTION Psychology Club
To increase awareness of mental health issues and provide a forum for discussion of issues and treatment modalities.
Academic Team
To give students opportunities to participate in academic competitions and to enhance abilities of teams competing in regional and national
OUS Literature Club
To foster a continuing appreciation of literature through reading, writing, and discussing literature in all forms and through attending literary events.
Tri-State Campus Christian Outreach
To serve as a resource for students and faculty to find encouragement, edification, and guidance in their time at Ohio University Southern.
Ohio University Southern Art Collaborative
To create a common assembly for students interested in all forms of mediums of art where they can learn, develop skills, and express their ideas using their talents. This collaborative will also participate as a group in activities and events that are beneficial to the community.

For more information, contact:

Robert Pleasant
Director of Student Services and
Coordinator of Diversity and Multiculturalism

Office: Collins Center 116
Phone: 740.533.4608
Guidelines & Policies Affecting Organizations can be found at:
Ohio University Proctorville Center
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