Campus Organizations

Hiram College has nearly 90 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. If you are interested in a student organization not listed, contact the Office of Campus Involvement - we will help you start it! 

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


Student Organization Handbook

This handbook is made to help student organizations in planning events and managing their organizations! 

Presidents' and Treasurers' Roundtable

Co-facilitated with the Student Senate Executive team, the Presidents' and Treasurers' Roundtable meets once per semester with leaders from all campus organizations. Collectively, the meeting to talk about matters pertinent to the student organization and club management. We go over the Student Organization Handbook as well as Funding You Board information. Presidents or representatives of every club and organization are required to attend a session to participate in club budgeting.  

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For more information

Alex Ulbricht

Director of Campus Involvement

Kennedy Center
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