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The Office of Student Engagement provides many opportunities including leadership development programs, student organizations, community service opportunities, as well as many cultural and social student activities. Your college years not only prepare you academically, but socially as well. We welcome you to become a student leader and be involved in campus life.

This group of students from all denominations aims to create a community of believers that reaches out to the Mansfield campus community as a whole. Through Bible study, prayer, fellowship and outreach, our group seeks to provide a place for students to be both encouraged and challenged on their journey toward a closer relationship with Jesus. For more information, please contact Shari Petersen at or 419-755-4224, or visit the Awakening website at

Boxing for Chumps
The purpose of this group is to provide stress relief from the pressures facing studentsl. For more information, please contact Mike LaCroix at or 419.755.4048.

Campus Activities Board
Are you  a born event planner? If so, the Campus Activities Board (CAB) is for you. Develop and plan campus events, develop leadership skills, and make friends. Some examples of what CAB plans include the annual Halloween Party; the Tuesday Afternoon Get-togethers (TAG program) featuring comedians, musicians, and illusionists; family programming; black light parties; foam dance parties; and a Spring Fest, a week-long celebration at the end of April with numerous activities and events. Check out the Involvement & Community Fair in the Fall for more CAB details. For more information, please contact Elise Riggle at or 419-755-4313.

Catholic Young Adults
CYA's mission is to provide a setting for students on campus for fellowship and to meet and discuss issues concerning the Catholic faith. The group also plans and conducts social activities, discussion groups, etc. For more information, please contact Ginny Corso at or 419-755-4232.

Club Ed
Club Ed brings together all levels of future educators in order to create an organization that will serve the community, mentor incoming students, and build relationships that will help members realize their common goal of helping children. For more information, please contact Mary Lou Harris at or 419-755-4258.

Design Club
The mission of the club is to help students learn more about their career field in Visual Communications Media & Technology outside the classroom. For more information, please contact Lynn Damberger at ldamberger@ or 419-755-5664.

Economics & Business Club
The club offers students interested in business an opportunity to expand their educational experience by arranging field trips, inviting guest speakers from local businesses, industry, and the public sector, and organizing debates. For more information, please contact Bill Bauer at, or 419-755-4333.

English Club
The English Club acquaints students with the various programs available in English studies and provides opportunities in informal social settings for students and faculty members to share mutual interests. Activities include poetry readings, lectures by guest speakers, seminars on career opportunities, and field trips to plays and other literary events. For more information, please contact Jim Snyder at snyder.524@ or 419-755-4371.

International Club
The International Club promotes cultural understanding, multicultural unity, and a deeper understanding of international concerns. For more information, please contact Charis Bower at


About Us

NCSC Mechatronics Club

The purpose of this club is to support the interests of students and enthusiasts in the constantly advancing world of technology. The Mechatronics Club is for students of any discipline who are interested in the fields of robotics, science, and f mechatronics; as well as to build student camaraderie, teamwork and to just have fun. The club plans to visit local K-12 schools to encourage young students to choose STEM-related career fields, to participate in field trips to discover local career opportunities in the field of Mechatronics, and to compete in the annual National Robotics Challenge, as well as other regional, national, and possibly international challenges. For more information, please contact Randy Storms at or 419-755-4715.

OutLoud provides an anonymous, healthy, and safe place for the students of Ohio State Mansfield and NC State who are discovering their sexual orientation to develop an understanding network of support; to educate the Mansfield community on GLBT issues, culture and history through various programs and efforts; and to provide a place for GLBT students and others to meet, gain information and socialize through specialized programs and resources. For more information, please contact Donna Hight at or 419-755-4034.

Pre-Health Club
The purpose of the Pre-Health Club is to further educate members in the field of medicine and health sciences and to interact with fellow peers interested in this area of study. For more information, please contact Rick Stewart at or 419.755.4231.

Psychology Student Association
PSA promotes awareness and fellowship among students interested in the various fields of psychology, encourages interaction between students and faculty, provides students with opportunities to meet, network, attend seminars and gain hands-on experience in the field. For more information, please contact Joanne Ruthsatz at ruthsatz.4@ or 419-755-4117.

Skydiving Club
the Skydiving Club provides opportunities for students to step out of their comfort zone and partake in the exhilarating extreme sport of skydiving. The first priority of Skydiving Club will be the safety of all members.

Student Government
Student Government institutes programs for the betterment and enrichment of the university community and to express the opinions of students on any and all issues that are of concern to them. Student Government affords opportunities

for experience and to impact the community. For more information, please contact Barb Keener at or 419-755-4539.

Student Nursing Association
The Student Nursing Association contributes to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care, to provide programs representative of fundamental interests and concerns to nursing student, to aid in the development of the whole person, including his/her professional role and his/her responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life. For more information, please contact Carolyn Kaple at or 419-755-4841.

Student Veterans Association
The purpose of this organization is to provide military veterans and their families with the resources and support necessary to achieve their academic goals and gain meaningful employmentt

Table Tennis Club
The purpose the the Table Tennis Club is to promote diversity and unity through the sport of Table Tennis. For more information, please contact Jim Snyder at or 419.755.4371.