Clubs & Organizations

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At University of the Ozarks, you are certain to find a club or organization
that matches your interests or simply sparks your curiosity. 

Check out the list of some of our organizations below.

Alpha and Omega

Alpha and Omega

Alpha and Omega is a non-denominational Christian organization, renowned for its annual mission trips in Central and South America. 



Baptist Campus Ministries is committed to developing lifelong followers of Christ, known for leading an uplifting time of worship during lunch every Monday at 11:00. BCM also leads retreats, bible studies, and a Midweek time of fellowship every Wednesday night.


The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a student organization whose purpose is to provide leadership in all campus activities and programs. CAB works throughout the year to ensure quality weekday, weekend, and late night programming.



Catholic Campus Ministries strives to enrich student growth and development through spiritual, social, and educational experiences. By interacting with the University and local parish communities, it provides opportunities for fellowship and ecumenical understanding. 

Education Club

Ozarks Student Education Association (OSEA) is a student support organization for education majors or anyone interested in education.


Encourages student generated free market economic education programs on theUniversity of the Ozarks campus and within the community.​

Health Science Club

Supports students interested in the field of Health Science. Organize an annual Heath Fair for the campus and local community.

Ozarks Biological Society

A connection between all biology students who attend the University of the Ozarks and between the biological communities worldwide. 

Psychology Club

Broadens awareness of, and cultivate interest in psychology and psychological issues, to network with other individuals interested in psychology, both on campus and off, and to prepare for graduate school and careers.


A service organization designed to provide opportunities for young men and women to enhance the skills and knowledge thatwill assist them in personal development. Rotaract also addresses the physical and social needs of their communities, and promotes betterrelations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.


The Student Government Association (SGA) is recognized by the University as the group representing the U of O student body. They provide campus leadership and for communicating to the faculty and administration student opinions on matters related to campus-wide policies.