Student Life at Oregon Tech Portland-Metro
The department of Student Involvement & Belonging supports the meaningful growth and development of Oregon Tech students throughout the life of their university experience. Through active partnership with our students, opportunities are created for hands-on learning, self-discovery, leadership, teamwork, diversity, community service, and social justice in an environment that is rewarding, energetic and fun.
Get involved in the Oregon Tech community by participating in student organizations and campus activities! There are countless student-led, co-curricular programs that provide students with opportunities to network, build skills, and connect with local industry.
Student Involvement & Belonging also hosts events each term that provide extra support and enrichment for students, faculty, and staff.
Start a New Club or Join one of these and get one started!
These new clubs are trying to get started! Let us know which ones you are interested in and they could be launched this year.
- Association of Energy Engineers (academic)
- Cybersecurity Club (academic)
- E-Chem (academic)
- Machine Learning Competition Club (academic)
- Outdoor Club (social)
- Tea Club (social)
It only takes 5 students + 1 advisor (full-time Oregon Tech employee) to start a new club at Oregon Tech. If you have a new club that you'd like to start, please contact the Student Involvement & Belonging team by emailing email@example.com. Find out more here.
You are welcome! You are seen!
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all Oregon Tech-sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact GetInvolved@oit.edu in advance.
PM Campus Resources
3D Builders Club
DUNGEONS & DRAGONS CLUB
IEEE - Institute of Electrical Engineers
The student branch of the professional networking organization, the IEEE club works to further the knowledge of electrical engineering, promote student professional development, and pursue technological innovation for the benefit of humanity.
SWE - Society of Women Engineers
Strives to encourage women to excel as engineers and leaders and to foster universal success in engineering and STEM careers, promoting an inclusive community within the college, and providing networking and professional development opportunities.
Unite all EMS students and interested parties in community and purpose.