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Registered Clubs and Organizations

Click on any of the links below to learn more about the club/organization!

Hospitality and Tourism Club

To provide students with an opportunity to engage and learn more about the hospitality and tourism field.
Contact:haydenj2@sou.edu

Math Club

To provide an engaging environment for math-related discussions and to give "math" a more positive connotation via different events.
Contact:kelsielwsn91@gmail.com

Men's Rugby Club

The Men's Rugby Club facilitates and participates in the sport of rugby at the collegiate level.
Contact:colintork@hotmail.com

NAfME

We are a group of Music Instruction students who attend conferences for learning more about how to teach music, lead forums and discussions with teachers and administrators, and recruit other aspiring music ed students.
Contact:gonzalem1@sou.edu

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

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
Contact:torosiyan@nscs.org

Nursing Students Without Borders

a student run organization committed to addressing local and international health disparities while expanding the perspective of the individual nursing student. By developing leadership skills, cultural awareness, and innovation in resource-poor settings, nursing students will become better prepared both personally and professionally to provide culturally competent health care within our increasing global society.
Contact:nunes@ohsu.edu

Psi Chi

The mission of Psi Chi is to produce well-educated, ethical, and socially responsible students who are committed to contributing to the science and profession of psychology and to society as a whole.
Contact:skouk@sou.edu

PSI CHI and Psych Club

The mission of Psi Chi is to cultivate well-educated, ethical, and socially responsible students who are committed to contributing to the science and profession of psychology and to society as a whole.
Contact:skouk@sou.edu

Psychology Club

The Psychology club sponsors social functions, recommends students for service on various department committees, and occasionally sponsors programs and projects designed to enrich the educational experience of the faculty and students in the Department of Psychology.
Contact:skouk@sou.edu

ROTC Ranger Challenge

To prepare and educate students in order to become US Army officers.
Contact:parkerb1@sou.edu

SOMA

We are an SOU club whose primary purposes are establishing and strengthening our relationships with Christ and reaching out to the community.
Contact:schmits@sou.edu

SOU Beekeeping Club

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.
Contact:dechavezk@sou.edu

SOU Chemistry Club

As an affiliate of the American Chemical Society, our club seeks to promote an appreciation of chemistry at SOU. We mainly provide social and enrichment activities, including talks about careers in science. We also participate in outreach at ScienceWorks in Ashland with our Kids & Chemistry program.
Contact:fitzpatrk@sou.edu

Sou FAD (Film and Digital)

The purpose of SOU FAD (Film and Digital) is to provide out of classroom support and community to those interested, pursuing, or mastering Photography as both a fine art study and a hobby.
Contact:almaguere@sou.edu

SOU Foodie Club

Foodie club is the perfect way to bring together people with a common love of food in a restaurant community such as Ashland. Foodie club will explore the Ashland dining community and create an outlet for those with a love of culinary arts.
Contact:soufoodieclub@gmail.com

SOU Men's Lacrosse

To honor the great game of lacrosse and take strides towards becoming a school recognized varsity sport.
Contact:taylors2@sou.edu

SOU Men's Soccer Club

Provide a competitive avenue for SOU students interested in practicing and playing soccer.
Contact:callahak1@sou.edu

SOU OSPIRG

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.
Contact:Emily@ospirgstudents.org

SOU Percussion

The SOU Percussion club is a student group run by musicians who play around campus and perform educational outreach on campus and abroad.
Contact:cdograils@gmail.com

SOU Tennis Club

To provide students a community of fellow tennis players where they can challenge themselves on the court and create new friendships.
Contact:morrowa@sou.edu

Southern Oregon University Baseball Club

To bring baseball back to Southern Oregon University and promote the sport throughout Ashland and the surrounding areas.
Contact:littmans@sou.edu

Southern Oregon University Women's Rugby

SOU Women's Rugby's purpose is to compete against other school teams in matches as well as expose them to the different culture of rugby. Empowering women athletes in becoming stronger more confident women.
Contact:wraiderrugby@gmail.com

The Exclamation Poets

The Exclamation Poets' mission is to bring people together through words, performance and passion. We aim to foster an inclusive and supportive community where poets and poetry enthusiasts can share ideas. We focus on spoken word/ slam poetry but welcome all writing styles.
Contact:morganv@sou.edu

United States Institute of Technical Theatre SOU Student Chapter

To connect and join theatrical technicians in all fields to further skill sets, knowledge bases, and connections to improve chances at a successful career in technical theatre after graduation.
Contact:annetteroggenbuck@gmail.com

Whitewater Club

By sharing the wilderness experience on boat-able rivers in Southern Oregon, the clubs purpose/plan is to educate and immerse students in the whitewater lifestyle. Developing student’s technical skills in whitewater boating, while effectively expanding their comfort zone.
Contact:deshazoj@sou.edu