We encourage you to participate in student organizations while attending BGSU. The College’s student organizations have received outstanding recognition for their excellence and they allow students to meet others with similar interests outside of class.
Involvement in student organizations is a great way to get connected to the campus, develop leadership skills, meet people, and have fun. Check out all of the BGSU Student Organizations.
For more information on how to start a new organization, give the Office of Campus Activities a call at 419-372-2343 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
College Student Organizations
Welcome to the American Institute of Architecture Students at Bowling Green State University! We are an independent, non-profit, student organized and funded organization whose mission is to help enhance the educational and professional experience of students with an interest in architecture. There are more than 130 chapters across the nation whose sole purpose is to be the voice for architecture students. At BGSU, members are encouraged to attend the Midwest Quad Conferences and Forum, the national AIAS conference, in order to network and meet members from other chapters. Along with conferences, we encourage our members to attend our Lectures Series, workshop, and AIA Lectures and events in Toledo, Ohio.
For any questions or more information on how to join, please email Jack Collins, president.
Membership in Alpha Eta Rho is open to all collegiate men and women who have a strong interest in, or who are currently seeking careers in any field within the aviation and aerospace industries. As a professional fraternity, AHP strives to maintain and promote the highest moral standards and steadfastly affirms its membership to all. Through meetings and events AHP seeks to build relationships with current industry members and executives, helping to further our aviation careers.
If you are interested in joining Alpha Eta Rho, or would like more information about the organization, please contact Sam Wilson, president.
The Engineering Society promotes interest in engineering fields by creating safe, productive, and enhancing work and learning environments through means of organization meetings, events, activities, and community outreach.
If you are interested in joining or would like more information about the organization, please contact Mikhail Shilov, faculty advisor.
BGSU Aviation now has a Flight Team! BGSU's Flight team mission and goal is to promote all aspects of aviation excellence including safety, skill development, education, and career opportunities through competition.
Here's what the team has accomplished at SAFECON in the past three years!
If you are interested in joining The Falcon Flight Team, or would like more information about the organization, please contact Samuel Dunn, president.
The National Organization of Minority Architectural Students (NOMAS) is an independent, non-profit student run organization that explores creativity and diversity through design. The mission of NOMAS is to champion diversity within the design profession by promoting excellence, community engagement, justice and the professional development of its members
Events that NOMAS holds are culture nights, socials, lectures, architecture program workshops, architecture trips, design competitions, and attend architecture competitions and conferences.
For additional information, contact Andrea Fradl, president.
The Student Construction Management Association (SCMA) is a student organization organized and run by Construction Management majors. The students hold monthly meetings to organize events and discuss issues. SCMA sponsors events such as the annual SCMA golf outing where students and contractors golf together with a dinner to complete the event. The annual banquet and job fair are prepared and administered by the students, which is attended by contractors, parents, faculty, staff and students. Along with these large events, the students have the opportunities to discuss other events they would like to administer in the year. The September canoe trip to Mohican State Park and paint ball event in the spring are a highlight. They also attend annual trades meetings and events. This group brings the students closer to the construction world for better job placement at graduation. And the club brings students closer to each other. It becomes an important social group for many construction majors.
For additional information, contact Scott Gross, faculty advisor.
VCTO is the organization that will bring you to the next level. If you want to improve as a designer, photographer, videographer, professional, student, classmate, friend, or all of the above, Visual Communication Technology Organization (VCTO) is the organization for you. We foster creativity and drive in each of our members, and give it back to you tenfold. Make connections you just can't make in the classroom. Learn from the best minds in the Northwestern Ohio area. Make friends that you'll not only have fun with for your college career, but will also be there for you in the professional world. VCTO is more than just a student organization, it's one step to becoming a better person.
The purpose of the Bowling Green Chapter is to promote encourage, network and foster communication while raising awareness of the females in the aviation industry.
Our Mission Statements are to:
- Foster, promote and engage in aviation education, particularly as it relates to women in aviation.
- Cultivate, foster and promote interest and understanding among the public in the accomplishments and contributions of women to the aviation industry.
- Promote, encourage and facilitate membership in WAI and Chapter.
- Support and promote the mission, vision, goals and objectives of Women in Aviation International
Women in Technology is a new student organization that provides guidance and support to females majoring within the College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering through exciting monthly forums, activities, networking , and professional development opportunities.
For additional information, contact Resmi Krishnan, faculty advisor.