Student Clubs

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!

If you need to update club information, please email the Campus Clubs Officer.

Don’t see a campus club that fits your personality? It’s easy to start a new club on campus! Click here to find out how.

  • Hawaii Club

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

    • Meeting Times: CU, Thursday 7:00pm
    • President: Jarrett Taira
    • Advisor: Ka'iulani EvansBautista, 541.885.1668
  • 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.

    • Meeting Times: DC, Thursday 6:00pm
    • President: Jesse Alves
    • Advisor: Josie Hudspeth, 541.885.1392
  • Latino Club

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

    • Meeting Times: Sunset, Tuesdays 1p-2pm
    • President: Trinidad Flores Gonzalez
    • Advisor: David Culler, 541.885.1420
  • 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. 

    • Meeting Times: OW205, Tuesday 2:00pm
    • President: Jackson Sany
    • Advisor: Josh Millard, 541.885.1987
  • 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.


    • Meeting Times: CU, Wednesday 4:30pm
    • President: Olivia Simpson
    • Advisor: Christina Rubidoux, 541.851.5268
  • Rainbow Owls

    Promote and Support an LGBTQIA+ community on campus

    • Meeting Times: TBD
    • President: Michael Chard
    • Advisor: Thomas Taylor, 614.747.2725

Questions? Contact Us

Jessica Santana, Campus Club Officer

 Klamath Falls

Shellie Johnson, Clubs Officer