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Middletown Campus Student Organizations

The following student organizations are active on the Middletown Campus. 

For more information, contact the organization advisor.
  • Black Male Initiative - Provides a forum for the discussion of issues unique to African American men, and serves as a means of assistance, motivation and community involvement for members. Membership is open to all members of the Cincinnati State community. Advisor: Tom Hale (
  • Book Club - Offers opportunities to promote literacy in the community, to have fun and build relationships with fellow students, and to gain access to the perspectives of others through reading. All Cincinnati State students and faculty are welcome to participate. Advisor: Zach Litton (
  • In the Zone - Provides a safe, supportive environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning students and their straight allies. Advisor: Dawn Wilke ( or (513) 217-3736), or sign up at
  • NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) - Helps to address the mental health needs of students and raise mental health awareness among campus communities through education and advocacy on campus. Advisor: Marianne Niese (
  • Rotaract - The college level of the Rotary organization for young professionals. Members exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service. Advisor: Sara Shierling (
  • Spanish Club - Explores the global customs, language and contributions of Hispanic and Latin American cultures and facilitates their appreciation through cultural awareness projects, community venues, information gathering, and networking. Advisor: Dave Beeman (
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