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The College of Education and Human Services' student organizations provide students with numerous opportunities for professional development, leadership, community involvement and socialization.

Student Wisconsin Education Association (WEA)

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The UW Oshkosh Human Services Organization establishes social interaction between students and faculty, provides guest speakers, and offers workshops, programs and presentations in the areas of human services. Membership in the organization is open to individuals majoring in human services or any UW Oshkosh student who has an interest in the human services field.

Alpha Delta Omega

A national honor society recognizing excellence in the field of human services, Alpha Delta Omega offers fellowship, networking opportunities for aspiring human services professionals and the chance to serve the community. Membership is by invitation and based on academic achievement

Kappa Delta Pi

An international honor society, Kappa Delta Pi is dedicated to scholarship and excellence in education with the following ideals:

  • Recognizes scholarship and excellence in education

  • Promotes the development and dissemination of worthy educational ideas and practices

  • Enhances the continuous growth and leadership of its diverse membership

  • Fosters inquiry and reflection on significant educational issues

  • Maintains a high degree of professional fellowship

National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Student Chapter

You do not need to be in science education to be a member. Membership is free and open to everyone interested. Our members range from first-year undergraduate students interested in science and PK-12 science education to students accepted in various College of Education and Human Services programs.

The UWO-NSTA chapter is affiliated with the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.

Omega Sigma Eta

Student Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER) Club

HPER Club provides opportunities for students to get involved with the community and learn about the latest innovations in the fields of health, physical education, adapted physical education and exercise science. Students can participate in mini workshops, attend national conferences or volunteer for local organizations.

Pathways to Teaching 

New and transfer students of diverse cultural backgrounds are invited to explore what it takes to become a professional education thorugh the Pathways to Teaching program.  In the program you will receive one-on-one and small group mentoring with College faculty and juniors and seniors enrolled in the teacher education program. To learn more, contact Kate Short-Meyerson,

Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)

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