Registered Clubs and Organizations
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To provide information and opportunities to students who are interested in pursuing a career in accounting or another business-related area.
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Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. We focus on five core values of brotherhood, unity, service, integrity, & knowledge.
Contact: — firstname.lastname@example.org
Ballroom Club is a place for students and community members to learn, share, and practice dance skills in different types of ballroom including Latin, Smooth, and Swing.
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The Black Student Union (BSU) is an all-inclusive group that provides an intellectual, cultural, and social environment for students as well as the community. The BSU strives for academic excellence, encourages a positive image of all students, and promotes cultural awareness among its members and community.
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Opportunity for students to unwind, relax, and meet new people by participating in a casual and non-competitive game or two of bowling at the local bowling alley.
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Special education cohort for 2013-2014. Gaining a masters degree in the field of education with a focus in special education
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We hang out with awesome people who are just trying to make a difference in the place we live. We volunteer throughout the Rogue Valley; connecting students to resources and people that they might not otherwise encounter.
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To increase awareness of cosplay, to harbor a friendly environment for cosplayers to discuss their hobby, to learn about and explore different materials, techniques, skills, etc., to then apply to cosplay.
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The Criminology Club strives to provide criminology students career opportunities as well as inform them with up-to-date information in criminal justice.
The SOU Crim Club builds relationships between students, professionals, Southern Oregon University, the community, and criminal justice agencies.
We have also added a Facebook Crim Club site for more interaction at: The Crim Club Facebook Page.
Contact: — ayersL@sou.edu
Dulcet's mission is to make and perform Great music, participate and promote SOU and the value of music, and have a good time.
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We want this club to give us an opportunity, outside of our classes, to educate others about the environment and allow for people outside of our program to get involved in environmental education.
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As Southern Oregon University continues to expand and grow the French students faculty would like to ensure that French Language and Culture classes and activities exist and continue to diversify the campus for students to come.
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The Historical Arts Club, also called the Medieval arts club is intent on bringing Historical arts to students at SOU. This includes the arts of the period from Heraldry, Music, as well as the mixtures of science and art, such as armoring, weapon smithing, and the historical combat arts.
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Our mission or purpose of Hoopaa Hawaii club is to support students from Hawaii and also to educate others about the Native Hawaiian culture. Our main event that Hoopaa Hawaii club is responsible for each year on campus is the annual luau which club members prepare for all year.
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To provide students with an opportunity to engage and learn more about the hospitality and tourism field
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We talk about the bible, make friends, and have fun!
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Help the new international students to explore the life in the beautiful valley, and share the cultures with all the students.
Contact: — Aldreesa@sou.edu
The Latino Student Union Mission: Our mission is to support Latino culture on campus
and together build a welcoming environment where we can discuss our similarities,
differences, goals, and especially educate students about our cultures. We are dedicated
hosting events that will inspire our community and motivate students about the
importance of higher education.
Contact: — firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is an honors organization that recognizes and elevates high achievers. NSCS members are deeply committed to the three pillars of scholarship, leadership, and service and as a result, impact their campus and local communities every day.
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NASU is responsible for annual events such as the Fall Gathering and Spring Powwow. The primary purpose of this club is a support for the Native students. We try to do as much outreach work with the community on and off campus. We try to bring attention and educate the campus about different issues in Indian country, both historical and current.
Contact: — firstname.lastname@example.org
To provide community outreach to populations at need while giving nursing students the opportunity to practice their skills and critical thinking.
Contact: — Dempsey@ohsu.edu
Student directed non-profit working on campaigns locally and within the greater community. Training students to become effective leaders and activists with internship opportunities and classes on public speaking, working with the media and building coalitions.
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To improve visibility and outreach for physics and engineering students, to coordinate cooperative efforts between students of the sciences, and help make physics and the sciences more accessible to the non-science students on campus.
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The mission of Psi Chi is to produce a well-educated, ethical, and socially responsible students committed to contributing to the science and profession of psychology and to society as a whole.
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RCC compliments ROTC, but focuses solely on the physical aspect of the service. RCC pushes one to the limits and is not for the faint of heart, however it comes with great reward of accomplishment. RCC focuses on several exercises such as swimming, lifting, running, and rucking all to train for the final annual event: The Iron Owl. A competition to find the best of the best testing physical/mental strength, shooting, problem solving, and so much more. In addition to the physical rewards, if SOU's team wins those participating on the team will also receive choice of a trip to Hawaii or a [apps/studentlife/clubs.php],000 cash prize.
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To have a military presence on campus and ultimately commission students as officers in the U.S Army. However, we understand that the military isn't for everyone and we offer classes to give people a feel for what we do without signing up for the military.
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We are an SOU club whose primary purposes are establishing and strengthening our relationship with Christ and reaching out to our community.
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The mission of the Beekeeping Club is to serve as an educational hub for students and community members to learn and teach about the trade and principles of keeping bees, and to support the protection, conservation, and restoration of natural systems upon which our pollinators and our welfare ultimately depends on.
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The SOU Biology Club consists of a group of students who are similarly interested in the natural world and wish to share those interests with each other an others in and outside of SOU grounds.
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To provide students with the opportunity to learn about how local businesses are run and conducted. Also, to have the opportunity to contribute to a worthy charity while learning leadership skills as well as expanding their knowledge on money, time, and planning management.
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To enhance undergraduate education and socialization for all students of SOU. Students are not required to be a Chemistry/Science major. Club activities include Civic Engagement with the Ashland community at the Science Works Museum for Kid's and Chemistry. Additional activities include out-of-town travel that is generally science and/or multi-club related.
Contact: — firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a group of photography-loving students that organize to learn more about photography, develop our skills, and have fun doing so. The purpose of this club is for students to meet new people and explore the exciting world of photography through DIY (do-it yourself) projects and photo-shoots.
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The purposes of this organization shall be to promote the sport of soccer and its values, be active within the community, and keep the name of the institution, Southern Oregon University, in high standards.
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Southern Oregon Law club is a place for minds to meet and discuss politics, court cases, and law school admissions. We want to provide students with all the answers before sending them off to law school.
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Our mission is to bring together math majors, math minors, and any students with an interest in mathematics. We hope to offer a place where students can talk about math in a non-formal setting and participate in math-relate events and activities.
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To represent SOU positively in the "virtual varsity" National MCLA (Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association) league and the PNCLL (Pacific Northwest Lacrosse League).
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Our mission as SOU Percussion Club is to play an active role in University life by doing performances of our works public and abroad, hosting open-campus drum circles and other functions, and teaching the University the ways of our Percussive Arts.
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The mission of SOU's tango club is to introduce students to the wonders and community building effects of Argentine tango and provide a space in which to learn and practice dancing.
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The purpose of the UN Club of Southern Oregon University is to educate students and the wider community on the pressing international and human rights issues of our time.
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soUsign aims to promote the use of ASL across SOU's campus, aid in the tutoring of ASL classes, and create a healthy signing community.
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The mission of SOU College Republicans is to reach out to the student body as a whole and encourage engagement in the Political process. Students will be exposed the ideas of republicanism as well having input on the future direction of the party.
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We are a team. We win together and we lose together. Blue-collar mentality, always looking forward to the next play. We are family.
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The Speech and Debate club aims to get students interested and participating in argumentation and speaking events. Speech and debate helps build confidence, character, logic skills and knowledge of current events.
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Our mission is to increase awareness of the victimization of men, women, and children and to highlight certain victim services in Jackson County as well as provide other social and informational opportunities. Priorities will include promoting justice and ensuring a voice for the survivors of violence. Our goals consist of empowering others and helping survivors of violence find resources and support from their community and colleagues.
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The purpose of the Student Veterans Association is to primarily provide a network of support to military veterans, their families; secondly, to educate the university about the experiences of military veterans and work with the universities administration to meet the needs of student veterans and prospective student veterans; thirdly, to cultivate student veterans concerns through scheduled meetings, advocacy, social and recreational activities; and finally, to foster among student veterans and promote an understanding of student veteran issues.
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We are a group of artists who are organized in order to advocate for the Arts. We are committed to raising awareness for arts programs on campus and representing the different departments. Our goals are to 1.) Bring attention to the value and pervasiveness of liberal arts on campus. 2.) Ensure continued funding for the arts. 3.) Encourage budget transparency and accountability. Together, through self-education, active participation, and collaboration we can revive the arts at Southern Oregon University.
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This club is to give students a fun activity to do outside of the classroom while getting to meet other students, and also to feel apart of a team as we compete against other tennis clubs.
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We are a group of students who wish to improve and hone our improvisation skills in order to put on shows for the public once a month. We also hope to do some traveling and get some guest teachers.
Contact: — Curtisr1@sou.edu
To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.
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Our mission is to extend the knowledge and development of rugby to anyone willing to learn!
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The Writers' Guild aims to continue fostering a creative writing presence on the SOU campus through weekly poetry and fiction readings, and by doing so, strengthening and increasing the creative work of its members. Through allocated funds, this club also creates and provides the student poetry/fiction publication "Severine."
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Our club organizes activities and discussions to celebrate “Young Adult” Literature and its ability to touch, teach, and inspire people of all ages.
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