The Spring Taste of UW Oshkosh will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 16 in Reeve Ballroom 227 and Reeve 221.
If you or someone you know is interested in getting more involved on campus, adding some extracurricular experience to a resume, or making new connections, the Taste of Oshkosh is the best way to find an on-campus club or organization to join.
UWO offers a club or organization for nearly every major or interest.
Many professors and employers recommend that students explore clubs at their universities for insight and relationship-building.
According to Michael Corbett, associate director of Graduate Student and Academic Services at Bentley University, joining a club or organization on campus allows students to learn more about themselves, their goals, and their strengths.
Corbett also said students will improve their people skills, collaboration efforts, networking opportunities, practical experience, leadership skills and expand their resume.
“Being an involved graduate student is a sacrifice, as all students have a rigorous academic schedule, and many have full- or part-time work and personal lives to balance,” Corbett said. “Students continue to get involved on campus because they see that the sacrifice of their time is worth the benefits they receive.”
From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Reeve Ballroom 227, students can visit The Advance-Titan, Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, Climbing Club, Titan TV, OSA, Women’s Rugby, Chi Alpha Campus Ministries, Society of Physics Students, Aspiring Educators, WRST-FM, Public Relations Society of America, Athletes in Action, Pre-Physical and Occupational Therapy Society, Students for Music, Film Society, Allen Priebe Student Gallery Board, Rainbow Alliance for HOPE, Swing Dance Club, Wildlife Conservation Club, ArtsCore Student Organization, Club Nippon, Psi Chi, Engineering Club, UMatter, Circle K, Social Justice Club, Music and Wellness, Kinesiology Club, and International Film Series.
From 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Reeve 221, students can visit the Pre-Law Society, Reeve Union Board, National Society of Leadership and Success, Campus for Awareness and Relationship Education, Anthropology Club, National Alliance on Mental Illness, College Republicans, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Student Veterans Association, Best Buddies, Psychology Club, History Club, Titan Catholics, Student Organization of Latinos, Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization, Titan Volunteers, United Students in Residence Halls, Student Social Work Association, Men in Nursing, Women’s Advocacy Council, Society for Human Resources Management, Student Council for Exceptional Children, Student Green Fund, Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Club, Marketing and Sales Club, Gaming Society, Advertising Club, CRU, and Gentlemen of Excellence.