Manager, Student Activities & Services
Stark Student Organizations
March 11, 2014: Updates to this listing forthcoming.
Take advantage of connecting with others who have the same interests as you.
Current Student Organizations
- Biology Club | Facebook
- Business Student Leadership Society (BSLS)
- Computer Club
- Dance Out Loud
- French Club | Facebook
Formed by students wanting to explore and disseminate the tastes and rhythms of French and Francophone cultures.
- History Club | Facebook
Founded by those with an interest in all types of history and is open to anyone who shares that interest.
- KSSEA: Kent State Stark Education Association | Website
Kent State Stark Education Association is an opportunity for those interested in the education field to network with other prospective teachers in order to gain more information for their majors and future careers. Also gives back to the community through fundraising, charity drives and other various services.
- Minds Matter: Psychology & Sociology Club | Facebook
- Music Technology Club
The Music Technology Club was established for the purpose of furthering the education of professional audio and to unite students in the field of music technology through the collecting, collating and spreading of knowledge in the field of music technology.
- OCMEA: Ohio Collegiate Music Educators Association
Professional organization designed for any college student interested in advocating music education or simply anyone interested in music.
- Opera Club
Formed by those who appreciate and have an interest in operas and musicals. Members attend local musicals and operas and often perform at area nursing homes.
- Quiet Riot
American Sign Language Club
- Rooted in Faith
Meets weekly providing an environment where students can enjoy fellowship, worship, Scripture study and grow together in the Christian faith. Rooted in Faith also hosts weekly Bible studies, regular fellowship events and several outreach and service opportunities.
- SCRUBS: Nursing Organization | Facebook
Promotes leadership skills, professional skills and personal growth in student nursing through monthly meetings and community-centered service events.Members have the opportunity to expand their educational horizons by engaging in edifying speeches from campus nursing faculty and local area speakers.
- Section 21
Section 21 creates connections between students and non-profit organizations. The club promotes the relevance of employment with non-profit organizations to students on campus and beyond.
- Spanish Club | Facebook
Members of Club Español have the opportunity to practice the Spanish language and learn more about the diverse Hispanic culture. Club meets twice every month to have conversations in Spanish and engage in other exciting activities.
- SPECTRUM | Facebook
This organization is for for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) and straight ally students, along with education for other students.
- Students for Obama
- TASK: Take Action Spread Knowledge | Facebook