A variety of clubs and organizations including academic, social, special interest, and honorary societies are available to the students through Student Activities.
Below is a list of active student organizations on campus. If you see something that interests you, contact the advisor for more information on how to get involved. If you would like to start a new organization, contact the Director of Student Life to begin the process or get the start-up information from the Student Organization Handbook. We are always looking for new organizations and are eager to help students make their OC experience a memorable one!
Risk Management Training
Texas law requires institutions of higher education to provide training in specific areas of risk management for student leaders and advisors. At least two student leaders (president, vice president) and an advisor from each registered student organization must attend risk management training as an ongoing requirement for recognition as an organization. Training sessions are held at the beginning of each term. New organizations must undergo training before full recognition is granted. If you have any questions regarding risk-management training, please contact the Director of Student Life.