Campus Clubs

Each year more and more campus clubs are formed by Oregon Tech students. There are many student clubs to choose from. Campus clubs operate on a voluntary basis and are a great way to meet people, develop a skill, improve your resume, and so much more!

Don’t see a campus club that fits your personality? It’s easy to start a new club on campus!

Student Involvement & Belonging

Klamath Falls Clubs

  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

    The ASCE Student Chapter is very active on campus and in the community. The group hosts events for local middle and high schools to teach students about engineering as well as building projects around the campus. Every year the group competes at the Pacific Northwest ASCE Regional Student Conference with their steel bridge and concrete canoe.

  • Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)

    In the AEE Club, we provide hands on experience with engineering projects, and go on regular tours to power plants in the local area. We are an avenue to learn and explore science in a supportive atmosphere, and complete community outreach programs.

  • Robosub (AUVSI)

  • Bread & Roses Literature Club

    We are a reading and study group for leftist literature. Our purpose is to provide a space for the open and civilized discussion surrounding leftist theory. For more information go to

  • Christian Fellowship

    The purpose of this organization is to have fellowship in a Christian context. This fellowship is two-fold. 1) With God in worship (Ephesians 5:19), prayer (Philippians 4:6), and praise (Psalms 111:1). 2) With each other in encouragement (Hebrews 10:24-25), teaching (Colossians 1:28), and support (Galatians 6:2). 

  • Cybersecurity Club

    The Cybersecurity Club will work to enhance the Cybersecurity academic program with skill sharpening national competitions, professional networking through corporate partnerships and infosec conventions, and community service through government certification programs.

  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS)

    The DMS Club strives to build a relationship between the Sophomore and Junior DMS classes while bettering our local and campus communities. Additionally, we hope to raise awareness about the importance of preventative healthcare and what Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound entails. We also raise funds throughout the year to finance an end-of-year banquet that celebrates the accomplishments of the Junior class, and instructor appreciation, before advancing to externship.

  • Fencing Club

    Our purpose is to bring fencing to OIT and to facilitate a safe environment where members of any skill level can practice and improve while having fun. We would like to provide the necessary equipment and instruction to make the sport accessible to as many people possible. Ultimately, our goal is to allow for fencing with any of the three swords (epee, foil, and sabre) in casual and competitive settings.

  • Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)

    Formula SAE® is a student design competition organized by SAE International. The concept behind Formula SAE is that a fictional manufacturing company has contracted a student design team to develop a small Formula-style race car. Our goal is to design, build, test, and race in the annual Formula SAE® competition.

  • Geomatics Club

    Geomatics Department student club that is also the Student Chapter for the Professional Land Surveyors or Oregon and the National Society of Professional Land Surveyors.

  • Hawaii Club

    To spread the Hawaiian culture at Oregon Tech and to unite the Hawaiian family at Oregon tech.

  • Health Sciences Club

    The purpose of this organization is to assist members in professional growth as an aspiring healthcare professional with opportunities to gain knowledge and experience in their medical field of interest, community service and volunteering, information and trips to professional schools, professional development, educational assistance while at Oregon Tech, and overall help members in accomplishing their goals.

  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Club (IEEE Club)

    To further the knowledge and goals of the national IEEE through electronics projects, lectures, and study sessions for any Oregon Tech student interested in learning.

  • International Club

    Oregon Tech's International Club! Anyone is welcome to join. We are dedicated to bringing people of different cultures and backgrounds together through fun, diverse events. Our main program is in the spring which is our International Banquet.

  • Kappa Xi Alpha

    Oregon Tech's Sorority

  • Lambda Pi Eta

    Lambda Pi Eta is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS), whose mission is to build a visibly cohesive community of national and international honor societies, individually and collaboratively exhibiting excellence in scholarship, service, programs, and governance.

  • Latino Club

    The Latino Club is dedicated to empowering Latino students and bringing the community together!

  • Martial Arts Club

    The Oregon Tech Martial Arts Club believes that all students should be offered the chance to learn how to defend themselves, for both life and competition as each person chooses. Through martial arts, we believe that each person will learn more about themselves and their physical abilities as well as gain more respect for other people.

  • Newman Club

    This is a Catholic Club where Catholic students can come together, learn more about our faith, have a break from school, and make some great friends. Anyone is welcome to join the club regardless of what faith you are affiliated with. For more information contact Andrew Taylor 541-892-7883.

  • Nuclear Medicine Club

    To professionally represent and advocate for the nuclear medicine program on campus.

  • Nursing Students without Borders

    Nursing Students Without Borders (NSWB) keeps nursing students informed, connected, and participating in global health issues on campus, locally, and globally.

  • Oregon Tech Bee Keeping Club

    To educate members and the public on methods of bee keeping, and methods of promoting pollinator populations.

  • Oregon Tech Blacksmithing Club

    A collection of students who wish to develop metalworking and smelting skills, both traditional and modern, while understanding the processes behind them. A goal of the club is to eventually compete in the TMS International Bladesmithing competition.

  • Oregon Tech Circle K

    Circle K is the college-level of Key Club, which is a student run organization that provides community service to the Oregon Tech campus, Klamath Falls community, and global organizations.

  • Oregon Tech Gaming

    OTG hosts collegiate e-sports in multiple games, tournaments, and LAN parties for Oregon Tech students and the community at large. Our intent is to provide a place for students to interact and enjoy gaming together. Join the Discord!

  • Oregon Tech Native American Student Union

    The purpose of the Oregon Tech Native American Student Union is to represent the Native American Students, supporting supporting their concerns and fulfilling their needs as Native Americans. Additionally, the NASU is also dedicated to informing and educating the campus about Native American issues and concerns, and culture.

  • Oregon Tech Racing Baja

    The purpose of OTR Baja is to represent Oregon Tech at the annual SAE competition. Baja provides real world experience to a variety of majors including Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Business. The Baja club also allows students to work on such skills as mechanics, small group discussion, problem solving, teamwork, leadership, time management, and innovation.

  • Oregon Tech Rocketry and Aerospace

    This club is devoted to identifying and growing research and project opportunities in the field of aerospace here at Oregon Tech with a particular emphasis on "new space race" projects.

  • Oregon Tech Sustainability Club

    The purpose of OTSC is to advocate, promote and implement sustainable practices on Oregon Tech's campus through student projects, education, and volunteering. The club will also be responsible for the Campus Community Vegetable Garden, located in the arboretum above campus. We welcome and encourage anyone to join and share their passion for sustainability!

  • Owl's Nest

    To advocate for the tiny house movement and all its forms. To create resources for people interested in alternative housing. Finally, it's a club to celebrate van life, tiny houses, and non-traditional structures with a slant toward sustainability.

  • Phi Delta Theta

    The brothers of the Oregon Delta chapter of Phi Delta Theta exhibit a cohesive bond of unity unlike any other club on the Oregon Tech campus. Our members come from diverse experiential and cultural backgrounds which stimulates the personal development of each person. Our involvement in the school and our community is unparalleled by any club on campus. We strive to bring out the best in each other and in ourselves. We pursue fellowship through common interests, service, and camaraderie. We offer acceptance regardless of race, religion, or social status and challenge each other every day to become better men than we were the day before. The men of Oregon Delta are a collegiate family.

  • Ping Pong Club

    Play Ping Pong in a competitive, social, and fun environment. To form close bonds between members and stronger players out of these members. 

  • Psychology Club

    The purpose of the psychology club is to help psychology majors become more closely related and to participate in a wide variety of psychology related activities.

  • Radiologic Science Club

    The Radiologic Science club represents a student body of approximately 90 sophomore and junior students currently enrolled in the Radiologic Science program at OIT. Along with providing mentorship activities, numerous social and academic activities are organized through the club and culminate with the annual junior banquet.

  • Rainbow Owls

    Promote and Support an LGBTQIA+ community on campus. Find out more at

  • Respiratory Care Program

    We provide the community with health screening relating to respiratory care. The club will also provide respiratory health screening on Oregon Tech's campus to help current respiratory students get more hands on experience and to help current Oregon Tech students evaluate their current health status. The club will also help respiratory students attend professional conferences and seminars to help aid their success in completing the Respiratory Care Bachelor's program.

  • Society of Women Engineers

    Provide and environment for where women engineering students can connect and socialize with one another. We provide an extra support system outside of our specific engineering programs and provide guidance to prepare students for their college and future careers by hosting resume and leadership workshops and attending engineering conferences.

  • Spike Ball Club

    To connect students over a shared enjoyment of the recreational activity of spike ball.

  • Student American Dental Hygiene Association (SADHA)

    Our mission is to support dental hygiene students throughout their educational career and expand the dental hygiene opportunities by establishing a relationship with the community through volunteering and fundraising, expanding opportunities for care, and providing the latest training and information.

  • Tennis Club

    Our purpose is to bring together tennis players of all skill levels in a competitive, fun, and social game of organized tennis.

  • Trading Card Game (TCG) Club

    The purpose of this organization is to promote the play of various trading card games to the students at OIT, support student play in tournaments, introduce new players to the game, provide a supportive environment for student players of all skill levels and backgrounds.

  • Ultimate Frisbee Club

    The purpose of this club is to play ultimate frisbee, make friends, and be active.

  • Vascular Club

    The purpose of the Vascular Club is to educate the students of Oregon Tech on the many different aspects of vascular ultrasound technology. We engage in community service events to benefit the Klamath Falls community and organize fundraising events that allow us the opportunity to attend educational conferences on our science.

  • Wise Old Owls

    We strive to support Non-Traditional students, as well as provide our life experience to younger students in order to help them navigate life.

Portland-Metro Clubs


    • American Society of Clinical Laboratory Scientists—Provides additional support for health science majors and conduct community events. Contact Information:

  • Cybersecurity Club

    • The Cybersecurity Club will work to enhance the Cybersecurity academic program with skill sharpening national competitions, professional networking through corporate partnerships and infosec conventions, and community service through government certification programs. Contact Information:
  • IEEE

    • Oregon Institute of Technology Portland-Metro Student Branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. We endeavor to further the knowledge of electrical engineering, promote student professional development, and pursue technological innovation for the benefit of humanity. Contact Information:
  • Inventors Club

    • Integrates the use of 3-D print and other technology to develop projects for students and campus improvement. Contact Information:

  • oSTEM

    • oSTEM creates awareness surrounding the LGBTQ+ community on and off camps. A chapter of the national society, dedicated to education and fostering leadership for LGBTQ+ communities in STEM fields. Contact Information:

  • OWL Veterans Club

    • ​​​​​​​Create community among student veterans and provide access to helpful tools, resources and benefits. Contact Information:

  • Print3D

    • ​​​​​​​Students gain hands-on experience in 3D printing for use in personal projects and for other students and organizations. Contact Information:
  • PSYCH-ED Club

    • ​​​​​​​Creates awareness surrounding mental health and breaking down stigmas on mental health. Contact Information:

  • Rocket Club

    • ​​​​​​​Rocket Club (Formerly GRASP) is an organization that facilitates and conducts space experiments. It brings students and faculty of diverse backgrounds together to carry out various hands-on aerospace projects. Contact Information:

  • Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

    • ​​​​​​​The Oregon Tech PM Society of Automotive Engineers challenges engineering students to design and build an off-road vehicle that will survive various competition terrains. "Each team's goal is to design and build a prototype of an all-weather, rugged, single-seat, off-road recreational vehicle intended for sale to the nonprofessional weekend off-road enthusiast." (Baja SAE). Contact Information:

  • Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

    • ​​​​​​​The Oregon Tech PM Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Section strives to encourage women to excel as engineers and leaders and to foster universal success in engineering by inspiring students to pursue STEM careers, promoting an inclusive community within the college, and providing networking and professional development opportunities. Contact Information: