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Student Organizations

Get involved at OUE with a campus student organization!


Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ)
  • A movement of students committed to knowing Christ and making Him known. Activities include: Bible studies, and times of prayer and worship.
  • Contact Peter Lim at for more information.


Education Club


  • The OUE Education Club's mission is to provide services to benefit local children. In the past the club has held book drives, book fairs, pop tab drives, and a literacy night. The Education Club has also done such fundraisers as bake sales, raffles, and duck chucks at basketball games. The money raised was used to buy Christmas presents for two local families. The Club also has participated in area events such as the St. Clairsville Christmas Parade, Sugar for Reindeer, and Buckeye Local High School Cultural Fair. Education majors or anyone wanting to help local children are welcomed to join the group.
  • If interested in joining contact Dr. Paula McMurray-Schwarz at


Exercise Physiology Club


  • Club for all Exercise Physiology & Pre-Exercise Physiology students.
  • Learn about careers in the field and the process of getting into Physical Therapy and graduate schools.
  • Contact Kim Butler ( or Bob Galbreath ( for information


History Club


  • You don't have to be a history major to be involved in the History Club. All that's required is a love of history and travel. Past History Club trips: Washington, D.C., Boston, Philadelphia and Gettysburg. The History Club also hosts a lecture series with interesting topics in history.
  • For more information contact faculty advisor Dr. David Castle at 740-699-2331 or at


Nerd Club


  • Ever feel like you don't quite fit in? Or do you fit in, and just enjoy some strange things? Join us at the Nerd Club. Here we celebrate our uniqueness. At meetings, we often play games or just sit around discussing common interest. In previous years, we had regular games of euchre, Magic the Gathering, Yu-gi-oh, chess and others. We also had a group dedicated to Anime. We also had members who were aficionados of Star Trek, Star Wars, Dr. Who, comics, and horror films. We would enjoy having others willing to share their own obsessions/compulsions.
  • Contact faculty advisor Dr. John Prather for more information at
  • Everyone is welcome to attend meetings!




  • A student youth organization affiliated with Rotary International.
  • The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
  • If interested in joining, contact Lisa Jeffries, Internship and Career Services,