We have over 30 student clubs & organizations at Cincinnati State College. While all are not active, all it takes is 10 interested students and an advisor to reactivate a club. New organizations also need 10 students and an advisor who work together to create a constitution. Guidelines for starting a club/organization are available in the Student Activities office, Room 204, ATLC Building. Clubs may be eligible for funding during the regular academic year.
Student Activities Office
Phone: (513) 569-5747/1555 Fax: (513) 569-5770
Cincinnati State Club List
Adult Learners On Campus:
ALOC provides support for non-traditional students. They also offer opportunities for leadership development and social activities for students and their families. For more information, contact Athealia Bell at 569-1682.
MCI ACF Student Organization:
The ACFI’s purpose is to promote Culinary Arts and Certification through competitions such as the ACF National Junior Hot Food, the Knowledge Bowl, Student Of The Year and promote their professional goals by bringing in speakers and chefs to educate in the modern culinary arts trends. For more information contact Betsy LaSorella at 569-1568.
American Society of Civil Engineers:
ASCE student chapter participates in a variety of community, academic, and industry events including concrete canoe, surveying competitions, and Habitat for Humanity projects. Membership is open to students in the Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering Technologies. For information, contact Carol Morman, at 569-1770.
Black Male Initiative:
The purpose of BMI is to increase pride in African American men. Provide motivation to achieve, and a forum for discussion & direction in tough issues. For more information contact Dewey Clark at 569-4288.
Cincy 4 Christ:
We reconcile students, faculty and staff to Christ, equipping them through communities of prayer, worship, fellowship, discipleship and mission to transform the university, the marketplace and the world. For more information contact Francis Hutchinson at 569-1581.
Cincinnati State American Concrete Institute Student Chapter:
The purpose of this club is to encourage student interest in the study of concrete and to develop an awareness of ACI, ACI Chapters, and consensus procedures by which ACI operates. For more information contact Tom Burns at 513-569-1749.
Cincinnati State Gamers Club:
The purpose of this club is to provide those with an expressed interest in Magic “The Gathering” and/or Electronic gaming a place to do such, and to attend and hold gaming tournaments on and off campus. For more information contact Dave Hoctor at 569-4961 or James Park at 513-237-4146.
Cincinnati State Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society:
The object of this Chapter is for students of chemical science to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to foster a professional spirit among the members and an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern chemist. Advisor, Laura Morris 569-1703.
Creative Writing for Cincinnati State:
This group is designed to promote creative writing and improvement at Cincinnati State via resources and assistance such as advice, constructive criticism, information, supplies and exchanges of ideas, work and more. For more information contact Geoffrey Woolf at 569-1728.
Early Childhood Club:
The Early Childhood Club will over see providing opportunities that will benefit children in the community. For more information contact Sandy Owen at 569-1518 or Holly McArthur at 569-1518.
The mission of this club is to promote environmental awareness by providing information at public events, participating in community clean ups and water testing activities, and promoting the Environmental Engineering Technology Program in area schools by participating in special projects such as the annual high school day at Cincinnati State. For more information contact Ann Gunkel at 569-1783 or Ann Fallon at 569-1750.
International Student Association:
The International Students Association provides international students support and a chance to interact with other international students and American students through meetings and gatherings. For more information contact Bryan Wright at 569-1795.
Interpreter Training Club:
This Club serves ITP students and local deaf communities by providing guest speakers, tutors, and mentors. For more information contact Jessica Minges at 569-1829 or Dawn Caudill at 569-5763.
Landscape Ornamental Horticulture Club:
The OHC provides a casual atmosphere where ideas and professional information is shared. The club helps with the sale of special holiday arrangements. The money raised helps fund student trips to competitions and professional meetings. Club members also volunteer their time at the greenhouse. For more information contact Jennifer Radcliffe at 569-5765, Mark Deacon at 569-1644 or Heather Wiggins at 569-1645.
National Association of Home Builders:
The purpose of the NAHB is to recognize students who are willing to volunteer their time, education, and experience in order to increase interest in the home building industry among students. For more information contact Tom Burns at 569-1749.
Nursing Student Organization:
The mission of the N.S.O. is to support the mission of the college and the philosophy of the nursing program and encourage students to share program specific issues and concerns in a virtual community. For more information contact Susan Bacher at 569-1231.
Phi Theta Kappa:
PTK is the International Honor Society for two-year colleges. Membership requires a 3.5 GPA and is by invitation from the college president. PTK provides opportunities for the development of leadership and service, for lively fellowship, and for the stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. For more information contact, Tom Kober at 569-1680, Mary Beth Barnes at 569-5747, Laura Morris at 569-1704.
In the Zone:
The mission of Rainbow Alliance is to provide a safe, supportive environment for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and questioning students and their straight allies. For more information contact Ronnie Gladden at 569-1472.
Respiratory Care Club:
The purpose of the Respiratory Care Club is to help expand the knowledge of Respiratory Care to the Community. For more information contact Julie Klensch at 569-4127 or Michael Chaney at 569-1655.
Society of Women Engineers:
This club’s mission is to create networking and support opportunities for women in nontraditional technical fields. To engage in outreach activities to encourage women to consider technology careers. For more information contact Abbey Yee at 569-1741.
The Cincinnati State Spanish Club (CSSC) explores the global customs, language and contributions of Hispanic and Latin American Cultures and facilitates their appreciation, through cultural awareness projects, community venues, information gathering, and networking. For more information contact Rosa-Maria Moreno at 569-0842, Paula Bennett-Powell or Luz Irene Strohfeldt at 569-0842.
The Cincinnati State Student Government is about improving the lives and enhancing the overall learning experiences of the students through clubs and organizations, community service and Student Leadership. They are also advocates for the student rights and concerns while promoting culture and diversity on campus. For more information contact Mary Beth Barnes at 569-5747 or Andrea Milani at 569-1555.
Student Occupational Therapy Association:
The OTA’s purpose is to educate the members in becoming Occupational Therapy Assistants and to promote OT awareness in the community. For more information contact Cindy Kief at 569-1691 or Claudia Miller at 569-1598.
Veterans Student Association:
The Veterans Student Association’s purpose is to support veteran students in their transition to collegiate life. For more information contact Darrell Smith at 569-1424 or Bob Baylor at 569-4782.
Women's Empowerment Alliance of Cincinnati State:
The Women's Empowerment Alliance of Cincinnati State is committed to the empowerment of women of multiple ehtnicities through academic support and achievement, community service, self-awareness, mentoring, leadership and social development. For more information contact Neisha Wiley 569-1603