Student Clubs and Organizations
Office of Student Success
College of Health
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Student clubs and organizations connect you with your campus community and help grow your professional network.
Below are clubs specifically geared toward students in the College of Health.
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The ASSP Student Section is designed for students who are pursuing a career in the safety, health and environmental (SH&E) fields.
The COH Graduate Student Council (GSC) is a group of graduate student representatives from each of the college’s disciplines who serve as liaisons between the college’s graduate students and administration.
Learn more about human and family development, and how to help improve the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities.
This club represents the Institute of Health Improvement (IHI), which focuses on advancing the safety and quality of care that is delivered in all healthcare settings around the world.
Learn more about a career in dietetics, volunteer in the community, and educate the public about better health and nutrition.
Learn about careers in aging, interact with elders in our community, and gain experience for graduate school, professional school and programs, or work beyond college.
Connect with other OSU students who are also interested in nursing.
The OSPHA provides opportunities for education, social connections, professional development and skill-building related to public health topics.
Peer advisors are student workers who assist students with academic advising, prospective student visits, office support, new student orientation programs and representing the college at recruiting events.
Join the PTAH club if you’re interested in the allied health fields, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training and physician assistant studies.
The SHA promotes the development of knowledge, positive attitudes and ethical principles in long-term care administration education.
The SHE is focused on connecting you with industry professionals, faculty and other students within the health management and policy program.
The council acts as a voice for the student body and a conduit of information between students, faculty and administration.