The Ohio State University has numerous clubs that meet as a way for students to connect and share interests with fellow students, faculty, and members of the community. The Ohio Union at OSU has a directory which lists all OSU affliated groups and student organizations on campus, which can be accessed on the Ohio Union Student Organizations website.
Below are some of the student clubs pertaining to Slavic and Eastern European interests:
The Polish Club was established in 2008 by the students at OSU to promote and celebrate Polish culture. There are several exciting events that the Polish Club is involved with, including Taste of OSU, Slavic Club volleyball tournaments, and more! Contact the Polish Club by email or visit their website for additional information.
The Romanian club meets every Tuesday at 6:00pm and is open to any student interested in Romanian culture. For more information, please email Adela Lechintan-Siefer.
The Russian Club meets regularly and hosts a number of events, including speakers, film nights, food nights, and trips to important cultural locations. For more information on how to get involved in the Russian Club, please contact the Russian Club or visit their website.
The Slavic Club at OSU aims to bring awareness to a range of issues and topics in relation to Eastern Europe as a way to develop cultural integration, cultural awareness, and to foster an atmosphere of education and bonding between Eastern European Students, Alumni, and the broader community to learn about History, Politics, and Culture in Eastern Europe. Please visit the Slavic Club website or email them for more information.
The Ukrainian Society
The Ukrainian Society of The Ohio State University strives to provide an opportunity for students to express their Ukrainian heritage and increase awareness of Ukraine. The Ukrainian Society meets year round and participates in campus events like Taste of OSU as well as organizes their own activities. For more information about upcoming events and memberships, please email the Ukrainian Society or visit their website.