Activities and Organizations
Your life outside the classroom is an important part of your experience at Kent State. The Center for Student Involvement (CSI) is the place to find information about all of the great on- and off-campus activities and student organizations and what they offer.
Would you like to catch a free late night movie? Is Karaoke your thing? Or maybe you’re a runner and like the great outdoors. Whatever your interests may be, with more than 300 student organizations and a wide variety of events held throughout the year, you’ll always have something new and interesting to do.
A college education is much more than going to class and working hard to earn a degree. When you join a student or professional organization, you’ll have an opportunity to meet interesting people and make lifelong friends. Being involved is not only fun, you can make connections and build a network that can help you throughout your career.
Below are a few organizations that may interest you as a nursing student.
Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) - Delta Xi Chapter
Every year, the most exceptional nursing students are invited to apply for membership into the Delta Xi chapter.
For more information about Delta Xi and membership, visit their website.
Students for Professional Nursing (SPN)
SPN is an organization for students in the Nursing or Pre-Nursing major. Meetings and volunteer activities are organized for members to encourage involvement in the program, community, and to bring fellow students together
Find out more about how to join SPN, their current meeting times and a list of officers.
Commuter & Off-Campus Student Organization (COSO)
The Commuter & Off-Campus Student Organization (COSO) was founded to form a community among commuter students and students who do not live on campus. COSO advocates for the commuter population by providing services that benefit commuter students, addresses commuters’ unique needs - such as parking and dining options - and provides a home away from home experience for commuter students.