Student Organizations

The University of Cincinnati encourages students to actively participate in extracurricular activities around campus.

Currently, there are over 250 student groups registered with the university. These organizations focus on a variety of topics such as academics, athletics, creative arts, cultural and ethnic issues, politics and professional development. Whether it’s playing on one of UC’s nationally ranked sports teams or broadcasting from UC’s Bearcast radio station, students have many opportunities to get involved.  To view an updated list of groups, please visit

CECH Student Organizations

College-Level Student Organizations

CECH Student Ambassador Program

The CECH Ambassador Program represents CECH at UC by assisting with the recruitment and retention of students in the College. CECH Student Ambassadors help represent the student perspective of university life to prospective and new students. Ambassadors also represent the College at numerous collegiate functions and professional and promotional events. Being selected as a CECH Student Ambassador is an honor that reflects your academic rigor and your commitment to the career paths in the program you are studying.

For more information, please contact the CECH Office of Recruitment at 513-556-6308 or

CECH Tribunal

Are you looking for an organization in which you …

  • Meet students and CECH faculty
  • Make changes in your college
  • Become involved in student government
  • Stay informed about your college

Then the CECH Tribunal is for you!

What does tribunal to do?

  • Lunch with Dean Larry
  • CECH Week
  • Resume building Workshops
  • Assist in Misconduct Trials
  • Social Events

Tribunal strives to help students become an integral part of the college community and assists and empowers students to have a voice within the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services.

We meet every other Monday at 5:30 pm in Teachers College

CECH Tribunal, a voice for students and a place for community.

President: Jayla Bethel –

Vice President: Kacie Frindt –


Graduate Student Association

The Graduate Student Association (GSA) represents graduate students from all programs, except the Literacy and Second Language Studies program, in the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) at the University of Cincinnati. The primary goals of GSA are:

  • Build a community of graduate students in the college;
  • Give all graduate students a voice in the college;
  • Provide information to graduate students.

A functional, engaging and responsive community supports its graduate students as they become scholarly and gain understanding of the research community, local and beyond.

For information, visit

President: Jing Sun -