College of Health Sciences

CHS Student Organizations

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Athletic Training Student Club To promote the profession of Athletic Training and provide athletic training students the opportunity for professional and personal growth through community and professional-engagement opportunities. Sarah Long

Meredith Martindale

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Eta Sigma Gamma (Health Ed Honorary) The mission of Eta Sigma Gamma is promotion of the discipline by elevating the standards, ideals, competence and ethics of professionally prepared men and women in Health Education. Amy Thompson  Erica Hughes
Human Performance and Fitness Professionals Student Organization The purpose of The HPFP Student Organization is to provide exercise science and health/fitness education, professional development, and networking opportunities for members and potential members. Suzanne Wambold  Laura Flanagan
National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association The UT Chapter of NSSLHA is a student organization that provides fundraising and service for adults and children with communication and related disorders. NSSLHA helps students majoring in speech-language pathology stay current on advancements in the field, enhance their academic knowledge, and network. Stephanie Hughes

Lauren Lonsway
Hope Dalrymple

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Recreational Therapy Club The Recreational Therapy club is an organization that focuses on awareness of disabilities and inclusion in the community, centered around the Recreation Therapy field. Wendy Maran Chelsea Deniston
Jessica Perry
Respiratory Care Student Organization This organization is composed of highly motivated, goal-oriented Respiratory Care students who possess strong leadership qualities and encourages all members to realize their potential, enrich their lives, and make a positive impact on society. Nicole McKenzie Christian Garlock
Student Occupational Therapy Association The Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) at the University of Toledo is dedicated to the goal of furthering the professional development of our members, and fostering mutual respect and communication between our members and the professional community. We strive to recognize our altruistic responsibility to the broader society in which we live. Beth Ann Hatkevich

Kayla Gagnon

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Student Physical Therapy Organization

The purpose of the SPTO is to add to the richness of the PT student experience by providing opportunities to develop as professionals, establish professional relationships and donate our services to the community. Michael Tevald

Drew Ingels

Last Updated: 11/2/15