Below is a summary of the active student clubs and organizations on campus. If you don't see an organization that interests you, start your own group. Drop by Campus Life in North Hall 130 and let us show you what it takes to start an organization or how to get involved.
AASA’s purpose is to provide unity to African-American students through programs designed to address educational and social concerns. OSU-Tulsa’s AASA chapter has co-sponsored events such as Gospel Fest and panel discussions.
Contact: Emonica Reagan at 918-594-8234
Alpha Phi Omega is a new organization at OSU-Tulsa. APO is a national coeducational service fraternity founded on the cardinal principles of leadership, friendship and service. It provides its members the opportunity to develop leadership skills as they provide service to their campus, to youth and the community, to the nation, and to members of the Fraternity
Contact: Priscilla Boegh at firstname.lastname@example.org
The OSU-Tulsa student chapter of ASME was established to provide an opportunity for students to begin their careers by joining a professional engineering society and to support OSU’s Mechanical Engineering program.
Contact: Jeremy Morton at 918-594-8380
The purpose of the Ed Psych Student Society is to promote academic excellence through networking and collaborating while addressing the needs of a community intellectually engaged in psychology.
The HHP Club was established to provide for professional development and preparation beyond the regular classroom experience.
Contact: Dr. Amy Bowersock at email@example.com
The Hispanic Student Association focuses on promoting awareness of Hispanic culture and fostering the development of social and educational opportunities for Hispanic students at OSU. HSA encourages superior scholarships, promotes leadership opportunities for its members and participates in community activities that enhance the Hispanic tradition. HSA also promotes friendship and mutual understanding among all people, regardless of national origin or ethnic heritage.
Contact: Dr. Valerie McGaha at 918-594-8516
The HDFS Club’s purpose is to promote a better understanding of the value and total scope of HDFS and other related areas and to provide opportunities for students to assume leadership responsibilities.
Contact: Dr. Mike Merten at 918-594-8318
IEEE promotes leadership, social interaction, exchange of ideas, teamwork projects, mentorship and service to its members, while emphasizing knowledge growth and professional development.
Contact: Dr. Stephen Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-594-8279
The International Student Organization is for international students attending OSU-Tulsa or any American students who are interested in international culture and diversity. The goal of ISO is to foster a spirit of friendship and cooperation among all international students at OSU-Tulsa.
Contact: Aaron Christensen at 918-594-8484
The Master's in Counseling Society's mission is to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, leadership and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling. Requirements for membership include a minimum GPA of 3.5 and the completion of 10 hours in the counseling program. Candidates will be contacted with a letter of invitation for membership.
Contact: Dr. Valerie McGaha at 918-594-8516
NSSLHA is a pre-professional membership association for students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders. Membership is available to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled full- or part-time in a communication sciences program or related major.
Contact: Monica Bein at email@example.com
OTT is the graduate honor society for the profession of vocational, technical, workforce and career education. Professionals who actively engage in the field of vocational-technical education and are committed to career and technical education are eligible for membership in OTT. Graduate students majoring in career and technical education who meet stringent academic standards are also eligible. Membership is by invitation only and is usually initiated by local chapters of Omicron Tau Theta.
Contact: Brian Sandford at 405-744-3461
The mission of the Oklahoma State University Entrepreneurship Club (E-Club) is to provide our members with opportunities to learn about entrepreneurship from successful entrepreneurs and experience entrepreneurship firsthand through our various functions. We strive to offer our members experience that will be useful to them as they endeavor to launch their own ventures. Our goal is to spread the entrepreneurial spirit to students across the campus from all fields of study.
Contact: Dr. Michael Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) isn't just another student group - it gives members that opportunity to learn, travel, and grow as a business professional. Employers are looking for students with cutting-edge skills. PBL gives members the chance to gain these skills and prepares them for the "real-world" after college.
Contact: Dursun Delen at 918-594-8283
Tau Sigma is an academic honor society designed to recognize and promote the academic excellence and involvement of transfer students at OSU-Tulsa. Membership is by invitation only and is based on academic achievement.
Contact: Susan Tolbart at 918-594-8313