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Student Organizations

Hiram College has nearly 70 registered student clubs and organizations, including academic societies, cultural groups, sports clubs, political action and special interest groups. These clubs and organizations provide students with endless opportunities to experience new activities, ideas and beliefs, develop public speaking and leadership skills, and to meet and interact with other students, faculty, staff and community members who share a similar interest. Below you will find student organization resources and policies. If you are interested in a student organization not listed, scroll to the bottom of the page to find out how you can get started on a new club!

Choose one of these categories to begin exploring our clubs and organizations:


Student Organization Policies 

Below you will find the 2015-2016 Student Organization Handbook, this document outlines all of the required actions for ASOs and RSOs to be active on campus. It also has information about student organization funding, event planning, Club Rooms, and much more! Also below is the Judicial Policy found in the Student Handbook about Student Organizations in addition to our Club Room Policies. Information on how to apply for a Club Room is sent out each semester.  

Student Organization Handbook

Student Organization Judicial Review 

Club Room Policies

Student Organization Resources 

Below you will find documents that will help you if you are an established club to those who are wishing to start a club. Please take a look at the information below to be the most informed when running a Student Organization on Hiram's Campus. 

Running a Successful Club

Although there is a lot of Hiram specific information in the Student Org Handbook here are some additional resources covering the many functions of your organization:

Getting Off to a Strong Start

Executive Board Goal Setting

Personal Goal Setting 

Membership Recruitment 

Student Organization Advisor

Running an Efficient Meeting 

President: Making A Meeting Agenda

Secretary: Taking Meeting Minutes 

The Art of Delegation

Marketing Timeline

Planning Successful Events 

Passing the Torch

Transition Manual Checklist 

Starting a Student Organization 

Have an idea for a great club? Here are the steps you need to take to start a Student Organization on Hiram's campus: 

Starting a Student Organization

Interest Meeting 

Sample Constitution

Petition for Membership 


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For more information

Sarah Dowd

Director of Campus Involvement

Kennedy Center
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