Registered Student Organizations
Involvement in student organizations is a great way to get connected to the campus, develop leadership skills, meet people, and have fun. Our student organization directory lists all contact information for organizations currently registered at BGSU. Look it over to find one that's right for you!
For more information on how to start a new organization, contact the Office of Student Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion.
Intramural Sports organiztions represent a wide variety of sports on campus including volleyeball, basketball, soccer, bowling, weight lifting, dodgeball, ping pong and more.
Intramural Sports Advisor: Mike Myers (email@example.com), Room 235 North building, 419.372.0659
Intramural Basketball Advisor: Mike Myers (firstname.lastname@example.org), Room 235 North building, 419.372.0659
This organiztion is a national leadership honor society and a university wide group that meets on both campuses. Membership is based on high acdemic achievement and by invitation. For more information visit the national society for leadership and success.
Advisor: David Gilmore: email@example.com
TALC is active in the BGSU Firelands College Theatre, the Caryl Crane Children's Theatre, as well as other campus and community events. We regularly organize fundraisers for new equipment and supplies for the theatre or to purchase performance rights as well as present and perform at various events on campus.
"to increase interest, foster achievement and recognize the accomplishments in all of the allied arts and crafts of the speech activities program. "
What You Could Do
- Broadcasting activities
- Firelands presentations and productions
- Student Speaker's Bureau
- Reader's theatre productions
- Coordination of speech and theatre events at BGSU Firelands
General meeting every Friday (except BGSU holidays) at 12:30 pm in the James H. McBride Auditorium.
Advisor: Karen Black (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Visual Communications Technology Organization at Firelands College (or VCTO) is a blend of visual arts. It deals with photography, print, movies, television, graphics, multimedia design, and display just to name a few. VCTO is composed of students who are interested in the field of Visual Communication Technology. It serves as an outlet for students to further develop, and serve the campus community within the field of visual communication.
If you like any of these things, then this is your club. VCTO is always looking for new members. We as a club try to find some of the most interesting and exciting exhibit's, show's, web sites, trades show's and even job's for are members to go see or get involved in. We know that everyone has a life outside of school and work so we try to work around our members’ schedules as much as possible.