Owens Community College has Registered Student Organizations from honors societies to special interest groups. Each organization is open to all students.
Don’t see something that fits your interests? Any student can start a new Registered Student Organization with the support of the Student Activities Office.
Click an organization to learn more.
The ADHA is a professional organization for students enrolled in the dental hygiene program at Owens.
Students in this organization participate in local, state and national events through the Toledo Dental Hygienists’ Association, the Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association and The American Dental Hygienists’ Association.
The purpose of BSU is to encourage and promote the academic, social, and professional excellence of our members.
Our members will be able to create, collaborate, participate and host events on and off campus with the intention of promoting positivity and unity.
Our goal is to provide opportunities to explore food topics, skills, and techniques more deeply beyond the classroom basics. We want to enrich both your career and life.
Amy Morford email@example.com
The Pi Chapter Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society recognizes the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing.
Students are considered for membership after two semesters in the nursing program if they have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above and a grade of B or better in each nursing class.
The student must also demonstrate integrity and professionalism on campus and in clinicals.
Pi Chapter was activated September 25, 2012 by the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing. Both the Toledo and Findlay campus have active memberships.
Gamers United is dedicated to exploring the diverse gaming interests of its members while fostering connections, comradery, and integrity in all we do.
Video gamers, board game players, card players, LARP’ers, tabletop role-players, and more are welcome.
The Club provides a forum for students to interact with other academically committed students to access cultural and professional activities.
Genesis Downey firstname.lastname@example.org
Student membership in the Institute of Management Accountants has three objectives:
- To introduce business concepts to students planning professional careers,
- To strengthen the knowledge and commitment of those already pursuing business careers, and
- To demonstrate how IMA members work together for the continued improvement of their professional careers.
IMA membership provides opportunities for students to associate with business professionals; to see how they live, work, and apply their knowledge; and to learn that professionals are seriously devoted to ethical standards and to the advancement of their profession.
School of Business honor society for students who maintain a 3.5 or better.
Teri Pratt email@example.com
Our club thrives on encouraging leadership, teamwork and expanding your love of photography.
Photo club joins together with professional photographers, alumni and companies to help students, alumni and those who would like to learn more about photography to create a community for photographers.
Ruth Foote firstname.lastname@example.org
The official name of our organization is Owens Community College Gay Straight Alliance. We represent the LGBTQQIAAP (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Allied, Asexual, and Pan-Sexual) of our community.
Our purpose is to advocate and promote issues and causes involving the LGBTQQIAAP within the community, as well as to provide a supportive environment for our members.
We are expected to educate and advocate on behalf of others, on issues of discrimination and harassment based on gender, sexual orientation, as well as sexual identity.
Membership is open to anyone who abides and upholds Owens Community College's registered student organization purpose and constitution. Full membership is restricted to undergraduate students of Owens Community College who are enrolled in at least 6 credit hours within the current semester. Associate members are graduate students, faculty, staff and community members.
We are a family and wherever we are is a safe zone, discrimination of any form is not tolerated.
Krista Kiessling email@example.com
Phi Theta Kappa is the honor society for two-year colleges. We cover all majors and programs.
Membership is by invitation only. To receive an invitation you must be currently enrolled and have at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA with 12 credit hours earned.
Rick Clever firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Ambassadors represent the student population of both campuses and learning centers by pursuing academic, social, and political initiatives. We are the liaison between the students, College administration, and the overall community.
Our main goal is to address the concerns and needs of our student body.
Members participate in Occupational Therapy events at the local, state, and national levels and take part in various community service opportunities. Members advocate for the profession of occupational therapy throughout the community.
Connie Burcin email@example.com
We provide a social, professional, and educational group for students enrolled in the Physical Therapist Assistant program.
We promote, organize, participate in, and/or attend continuing education, field trips, conventions, service projects, and other activities related to physical therapy.
Sara Burke firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the Pi Chapter Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society is to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing.
Students are considered for membership after two semesters in the nursing program if they have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above and a grade of B or better in each nursing class. The student must also demonstrate integrity and professionalism on campus and in clinicals.
Pi Chapter was activated September 25, 2012 by the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing.
Both the Toledo-area and Findlay-area Campuses have active memberships.
The Owens Toledo SNA is an organization of nursing students with an interest in health promotion and community service. Academic opportunities and networking are available through conference attendance and potential state and national participation.
The students in Owens Medical Imaging Department participate in community service events and fundraising opportunities to share their compassion for others as well as for educational purposes.
This organization is for veteran students, active duty military, spouses of military members and dependents of military members.
Its purpose is to give veteran students and military-affiliated students a group where they can meet other veterans and military-affiliated students, be themselves, and interact with each other to better their learning, living and working environment.
Sharron Pappas email@example.com