UNF Student Clubs

Acro Yoga Club (UNF AYC)

We are an extension of a community of that facilitates trust, communication, and love through the practice of acrobatic yoga.

Active Minds

Active Minds at UNF seeks to empower students to speak openly about mental health in order to educate others and encourage help-seeking. Members participate in a variety of activities, conversations, and volunteer opportunities aimed at reducing stigma.

Advertising Club

The purpose of Advertising Club is to develop individual leadership qualities and an understanding of group action; to provide a real world experience to supplement formal education; to allow students to gain experience in the advertising field; to develop relationships with other in the advertising industry; to help the community by providing a quality service and help other organization improve their advertising departments.

African American Student Union (AASU)

AASU is an organization that expands the knowledge of African American culture through activities and educational workshops. We strive to unify our members by creating lifelong relationships, and being a catalyst for both self and campus enrichment.

While providing cultural experiences to the University of North Florida, we strive to exemplify our standing motto: “Unity is Our Strength”.

African Student's Association (UNF ASA)

UNF ASA exists to educate other cultures on the rich and vast culture and traditions of Africa and to unify and strengthen the bond between fellow African students here on campus.

ALL-STARS Dance Team

A collective of talented and self-driven individuals who are passionate about dance, not only as an art but as a lifestyle.

Alpha Kappa Psi

Alpha Kappa Psi was founded in 1904 at New York University on the principles of promoting institutions of business education, developing future leaders and fostering appreciation for higher ideals in business. Today the fraternity has grown to become the oldest and largest professional business fraternity in the world. With nearly 240,000 initiated members and more than 200 chapters, it is among the 20 largest college fraternities. The men and women of AKPsi reflect the world’s diversity and are united by a common interest in business. 


Alpha Phi Sigma (APS)

  The purpose of Alpha Phi Sigma is to promote analytical thinking, rigorous scholarship and lifelong learning; to keep abreast of the advances in scientific research to elevate the ethical standards of the criminal justice professions and to sustain in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training. The goal of Alpha Phi Sigma shall be to honor and promote academic excellence, service, leadership and unity.

Alpha Sigma Pi (ASP)

Alpha Sigma Pi is an organization dedicated to connecting accounting students with accounting firms and professionals. We hold events in the fall and spring semesters known as "Meet the Firms" so that students can network with professionals. Our goal is for every member to secure an accounting internship.

We also hold monthly club meetings and open bi-weekly board meetings to discuss upcoming events, open positions, and the state of the club.

American Chemical Society (ACS)

The American Chemical Society (ACS) Student Chapter at the University of North Florida is comprised of students interested in the Chemical Sciences. The purpose of the ACS club is to help chemistry students to establish a sense of community and network with other student and professionals in the science fields. ACS provides academic resources and volunteering opportunities both on campus and out in the community.
 Members come from diverse backgrounds, majors and academic experiences - all students are welcome!
During the academic year, general meetings are held monthly as a forum for discussion, meeting with speakers in the local and national chemistry industry and academia, as well as to engage in various service projects throughout the year.
Our annual highlights are participation in community science demonstrations, Relay For Life - cancer awareness festival and attendance of the Pittcon Analytical Chemistry Conference.

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

The purpose of the UNF ACLU is to raise awareness of civil liberties issues, and to safeguard those civil liberties both on and off campus. This goal shall be accomplished through events organized by UNF-ACLU and through dialogues with the University of North Florida Administration, other campus organizations, and both the regional and national American Civil Liberties Union.

American Marketing Association

The University of North Florida’s American Marketing Association Chapter gives its members the opportunity to increases their chances of achieving internships, employment, and real-world experience. We achieve these goals by coordinating professional and casual networking events, professional tours, guest speakers, and volunteer opportunities that focus on how to be successful in the marketing world. Additionally, create a relationship network for Marketing majors in the marketing community

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

We are the student organization representing the civil engineering profession at the University of North Florida.
Our mission is to provide essential value to our members, advance civil engineering, and serve the public good.
We offer our members: monthly meetings with a different guest speaker each month, networking opportunities with local professionals, an opportunity to attend the annual ASCE Southeast Student Conference, and outreach & volunteer opportunities in the local community.

American Society of Highway Engineers

"The mission of the American Society of Highway Engineers is to provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient and sustainable highway system through education, innovation and fellowship."

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

ASME is dedicated to helping fellow engineers through their academic careers. ASME takes members on tours of professional work areas and brings in professional engineers to talk during our monthly meetings. Members will learn about transitioning from the academic field to the professional field. We will be gathering members to compete in design competitions that will challenge and educate them, and potentially take them around the country. ASME is about professional outreach, networking, and helping each other succeed.

Anime and Japanese Media Club (AJMC)

Our club's purpose is to provide and safe and inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds to come together and enjoy/appreciate various animes and other forms of Japanese Media

Asian Students in Alliance(UNF A.S.I.A.)

The purpose of this organization is to unite and celebrate the rich cultures of Asia. We will foster growth and understanding of other cultures and backgrounds through cultural events, volunteering, educating, and establishing a sense of community within members. We want to bridge the gap between ancestral Asia and modern culture. We aim to raise awareness of Asian-American cultures and immerse students in the beauty of our diversity. We value the importance of unity and respect and we hold firm to our motto: ‘UNF A.S.I.A. is not just a club, it’s a family.’ We welcome individuals of all races and ethnicities to join us in our mission.

Associated Builders and Contractors - UNF Student Chapter

We, the ABC UNF Student Chapter, hold the believes of Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Florida First Coast Chapter as follows:

ABC is the voice of the merit shop and we accept the responsibility for ensuring that voice is heard. We believe the merit shop movement is a movement for the betterment of the individual, the construction industry and the nation.

We believe in the system of free enterprise and open competition.

We believe in Florida's Right-to-Work statute.

We believe that employees and employers should have the right to determine wages and working conditions, through either individual or collective bargaining, as they choose, within the boundaries of the law.

We believe that the employer must have concern for the general welfare of the employee and that there must be a fair compensation for work performed. At the same time, we believe that the employee has an obligation for satisfactory performance of assigned work.

We support sound legislation in the areas of workers' compensation, safety and unemployment compensation. We believe legislation that embraces fair play for both employer and employee is essential to the preservation of our Free Enterprise system. The law should protect the right of employees to work regardless or race, color, creed, age, sex or membership or non-membership in a labor organization.

We oppose violence, coercion, intimidation, and the denial of the rights of the free working person and free management.

We believe that economy is incumbent upon all branches of government and that government should award contracts to the lowest responsible bidder only. We oppose any unjust pressure to violate these principles.

We believe that work opportunities in this nation should be made available to all of our people, regardless of race, color, creed, age, sex or national origin, and we support programs towards this end.

We believe that monopolies or any kind of price or wage fixing in either the public or private sector are detrimental to our system of free enterprise.

We believe that the destiny of all Americans can best be served by cooperation, reconciliation and following the tenets of free enterprise and democratic government. We believe business leaders can best preserve these tenets by becoming active in politics and civic affairs. 

Association for Computing Machinery

The UNF Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Club promotes knowledge and interest in the science, design, development, construction, languages, management, and application of modern computing. The club provides an opportunity for communication among people interested in computing through meetings, speaker presentations, and programming contests.


Association of Information Technology Professionals

The purpose of Association of Information Technology Professional Club at the University of North Florida is to provide a collaborative environment for students to improve their employability, specifically by: learning additional programming languages, obtaining professional certifications, and practicing hiring interviews.

Astronomy Club

The Astronomy club is an organization whose goal is to gather students of various academic backgrounds to talk about the goings-on in the cosmos. The club seeks to promoting and foster interest in astronomy by making astronomy resources available to those curious about the wonders of the night

Athletic Trainers' Student Association (ATSA)

ATSA is a pre-professional organization for students looking to become members of the sports medicine field specifically Athletic Training but not exclusively. ATSA organizes events to further learning of sports medicine skills and networking.

Baby Ospreys

Baby Osprey parents include the Child Development Research Center's Parent Organization. With the CDRC & PO we provide the children of Student Parents as well as General Public & UNF Faculty/Staff events throughout the year for their children. This includes events such as Fall Festival, Bonfire, Chick-Fil-A nights, and many other activities throughout the year to provide a fun, loving and safe environment for children & UNF Parents.


Bass Fishing Club

The Bass Fishing Club at the University of North Florida aims to teach anyone interested in the sport of bass fishing techniques, and skills needed to target this game fish. Experienced and Non-experienced students are welcome to join our club tournaments and meetings. No one catches fish better than an osprey.

Best Buddies

UNF Best Buddies is a Club that creates friendships for UNF students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We ge t together as a group multiples times a semester to do activities and just have a good time. It's a way to truly make a difference on our very own campus and help enhance the college experience for students with and without disabilities! I promise you that through this club you will gain so much more than you give!

To really show what Best Buddies is all about, watch this video:

Better Together

Established in 2012, Better Together @ UNF is a Registered Student Organization that mobilizes students to voice their values, engage with others, and act together to make the world a better place.

Better Together is led by a group of religiously diverse students who meet once monthly during the regular academic year. Meetings include a free meal, dialogue and brainstorming about service projects and fundraising

Better Together is open to ALL students non-religious, unaffiliated, spiritual or religious.

Biology Club

Biology Club promotes an academically-based, friendly biological community at the University; especially by connecting undergraduate and graduate students with faculty and biological professionals.  We also provide extra-curricular recreational, social, and educational activities to all members.

Our goal is to stimulate interest of all aspects of pure and applied biology at the University and in the public at large.


Members gain access to our club's blackboard page!

Biomedical Pre-Professionals Club (BPP)

The Biomedical Pre-Professionals Club is a philanthropic
club at the University of North Florida that seeks to give back to our local community. We offer volunteer, leadership, and peer support opportunities for students pursuing biomedical professions.

Boxing Club

We are a club that will teach you to box. If you want to spare you can do that, and sparing is encouraged. If you just want to learn the fundamentals of boxing and learn some self defense then we can help with that as well.


The UNF Bronies is a club dedicated to exploring a variety of popular shows, from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, to other shows, such as Gravity Falls, Teen Titans Go, and Steven Universe, to name a few.

Campus Church Ministries (CC)

Connecting college students to the person and mission of Jesus Christ.

Campus to City Wesley(CCW)

CCW exists to reach college-aged young adults on the campuses of Northeast Florida and prepare them to be leaders and laborers for the cities of the world. We aspire to be a diverse community of disciples and seekers who will live to make Jesus famous — transforming the world for the glory of God.

Catholic Ospreys (CO)

The purposes of this organization are to provide opportunities for leadership, spiritual, and personal development; to foster a spiritual community, provide fellowship, and strengthen the faith of Catholic students; and to serve as a point of collaboration for outreach to the student body as a whole.

Ceramics Guild

The UNF Ceramics Guild is a collection of students that are passionate about clay. They focus on developing themselves as artists, improving the quality of their education, and engaging the surrounding community.

Chess Club

The purpose of the Chess Club is to bring chess players throughout UNF together, encourage learning, and provide the opportunity to play over the board Chess. We may also play other board games and card games.

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship (XA)

A coed Christian organization, whose sole purpose is to see a community of Christian fellowship, brotherhood and sisterhood thrive at UNF

Chi Sigma Iota

The purposes of the Society shall be to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, advocacy, and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling.

Chinese Culture Club

The UNF Chinese Culture Club's purpose is to educate and inspire interest in Chinese culture and language.  There are no requirements to be apart of the CCC!  We meet officially on a monthly basis and communicate via email or our Facebook page.

We hold fun events and work with local Chinese organizations to accomplish our goals.

Chorale Club

The UNF Chorale is a mixed choral ensemble open to any UNF student who enjoys singing and has prior musical experience. The Chorale rehearses twice weekly and performs up to 4 concerts per semester. Gathering enthusiastic singers from every college across the University, the 60-80 member student group performs music from World Music to “Classical” Music to recent compositions as well as larger choral-orchestral masterworks.

Christians On Campus

The primary purpose of this organization is:

1. To study the Bible.
2. To promote fellowship among believers in Jesus Christ and to foster growth in the Christian life and thus to help students to live according to the principles and teachings of Jesus Christ as revealed in the New Testament.
3. To spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the knowledge of the Bible to interested students through passing out literature and sponsoring seminars and Bible studies.

Climbing Club

At Climbing Club we help students gain the skill needed for rock climbing. We help by training to get the strength needed and we also teach the technique that is needed to climb. Also we go to competitions. We encourage all students to come participate regardless of skill level.


Club Golf Team

To practice and compete in the sport golf


Club Tennis

Club Tennis is for students who want to play tennis for fun and competition. We practice weekly and go to tournaments throughout the year.

Coalition of Psychology Students and Scholars

The Coalition is a conglomerate of all UNF Psychology related RSOs.  We provide a centralized network for our RSOs to meet and interact with other psychology RSOs.  We support and encourage each Psychology RSO in their pursuit of knowledge in the field and promotional activities.  Membership requires one to be a current student of UNF, and a member of one of UNF's many psychology RSOs.


Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute (COPRI)

This chapter will be sponsored by a combined academic department, both the Coastal Engineering department and the Taylor Engineering Research Institute.  The mission of the Taylor Engineering Research Institute is to promote and support collaborative research and graduate and undergraduate education among academia, private industry and government in the fields of coastal and water resources science and engineering.

College Democrats

The UNF College Democrats are the official representative body of the Democratic Party at the University of North Florida.

College Republicans

College Republican is a national organization for college and university students who support the Republican Party of the United States.


Command + N Design Club

The Command + N Design Club is a connection between the design community and design students within the campus of UNF. To give helpful design insight to students at UNF whom may not know a lot about the areas of Graphic Design + Digital Media. To further influence the students within the design department and outside of the design department at UNF through development and collaboration. To foster growth for current design students and students outside of the department of Graphic Design + Digital Media.

CoPassion LAB

We help you grow spiritually and professionally. CoPassion is where your passion meets opportunity. If you need an internship, start here!

Criminology and Criminal Justice Club

 The purpose of the association is to provide a social forum for students to facilitate collegiality and other interaction between students of Criminology and Criminal Justice, as well as other related interests at the University of North Florida.Club members are encouraged to attend association meetings, sponsored events, and activities. Through participation students will develop greater understanding of the field of Criminology and Criminal Justice, receive information on practical aspects of the system, and remain abreast of changes in the discipline.


Cru is a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ.

Dance Marathon

Dance Marathon is a student run organization that raises funds and awareness for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.


Deadbird Rugby Club

The UNF Deadbird Rugby Club is a nationally recognized Small College Rugby Program. We play Union style rugby and compete under the NSCRO league. No experience no problem. Many of our players come from a football background and have adapted to the game. Practice is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays and games on Saturday.

Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed business fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities. We promote professionalism, community service and brotherhood. As a group, we hold professional, community service and social events throughout the semester. Delta Sigma Pi is a great way to gain a larger network of like-minded people and increase your understanding of the professional world.

Divest: UNF for Climate Justice

We are a student-led initiative to divest the UNF endowment from fossil fuel extraction companies. (Divestment is simply the opposite of investment- getting rid of stocks, bonds, investment funds that are unethical or morally ambiguous).  We advocate for social, environmental, and economic justice.

We believe that educational institutions that serve the public good should not subsidize companies that are jeopardizing the futures of their students. These companies are culpable for the carbon emissions condemning us to global climate change and sea level rise. They are responsible for blocking alternative energy progress, carbon-restrictive legislation, and for violating human rights. Transition away from fossil fuels has been hindered by the industry’s money, political connections, and tacit acceptance from institutions like ours.
Divestment is a tactic of nonviolent direct action to enact social change. Like a large scale boycott. We join thousands of universities, cities, churches and foundations in an international fossil fuel divestment movement. We believe UNF can play a role in the fight for climate justice, by publicly ending investments in fossil fuels because injustice is not an investment.


DOULOS is the Greek Ministry at the University of North Florida for Greeks by Greeks.

Economics Society (ES)

The purpose of the Economics Society at UNF is to further the interests of the UNF student about the field of economics.
Through professional speakers, events and open forums we hope to enhance the knowledge of economic factors in the local, national and global economy. The Economics Society is open to all UNF students and is a great way to get involved on campus and within the community.

Elite Dance

UNF ELITE DANCE previously known as Dance Expressed Freely or DEF has been an active club since the spring of 2015. We have a goal to unite passionate dancers, hopeful learners, and interested students in a club that educates dancers and exposes dancers to new and old styles of dance. In our club we celebrate a variety of backgrounds and use them to learn and grow from each other. We have meetings designed to encourage many dancers to follow their passion whether it is choreography, a specific style, or improvement of their own dance vocabulary. 

Engineering for Humanity

An assembly of students driven to raise the standard of living for communities both local and international through implementation of sustainable engineering projects.


English Graduate Organization (EGO)

The English Graduate Organization (EGO) is designed to help establish a community for graduate students within UNF's English Program. Additionally, the organization seeks to provide information for interested students in terms of opportunities for them to build on their scholastic experience within the English discipline. Furthermore, EGO also hopes to help enhance the community at UNF by collaborating with departmental activities that share the same focus.

Entrepreneur Society

The UNF Entrepreneur Society’s mission is to educate all UNF students on how to create successful business start-ups. We seek to expand their knowledge of business development, while fostering creativity and developing leadership and communication skills. We also seek to provide students with the resources needed for any entrepreneurial venture while serving as a means to connect with other UNF entrepreneurial minds in all fields of study.

Environmental Club

It is the prerogative and passion of the Environmental club to increase awareness of environmental functions and threats throughout the student body whilst also engaging in environmental activism that fosters ambition and feelings of efficacy in all students interested in making a meaningful difference. The Environmental Club will be an opportunity for students interested in a range of topics relevant to environmental preservation and biology to team up and share ideas while exploring outlets for their interests.

Equestrian Club and Team

The UNF Equestrian Club and Team strives to promote outstanding academics, community service, school spirit, sportsmanship, and horsemanship. Our club and team are dedicated to serving our University and the Jacksonville area by providing opportunities for students to compete on a collegiate level, and by giving back to the community. No horse experience is necessary, and horses and tack are provided. Come join us!


The purpose of ESPN3 Club is to give students hands on experience with live sports broadcast and production while allowing the opportunity to network within the sports media industry. As well as provide the opportunity to lean about professional equipment used in the telecommunication industry, and demonstrate how an ESPN3 broadcast is produced at a professional level.

Eta Kappa Nu (HKN)

Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) is the IEEE Honor Society for Electrical and Computer Engineers at the University of North Florida. HKN acts in partnership with UNF IEEE to recognize scholarship and excellence in the engineering community.

Eta Sigma Gamma

Eta Sigma Gamma is a National Honorary Society with the purpose of provide the opportunity to become acquainted with and enjoy the fellowship of students and faculty whose professional interests are dedicated to the Health Education discipline; keep members informed of recent trends in Health Education; promote professional growth and leadership; encourage outstanding people to enter the Health Education field; elevate professional standards and ethics of the discipline; to stimulate and recognize research, service, and academic achievement of members; and assist in the professional preparation of Health Education students and faculty at UNF.

Every Nation Campus (ENC)

Every Nation Campus is a family on His mission together to change the world.

Exercise Science Student Association (ESSA)

ESSA is a club for students in the Exercise Science undergraduate program at UNF.  This club hosts various events and fundraisers to raise money for the Exercise Science program and get practical experience in the field.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The purpose of FCA is to provide a comfortable and loving environment to unite athletes and students alike in fellowship through various bible studies, community outreach and services, and group activities. FCA allows for all students to grow in their faith with fellow believers while spreading love to the community through the gospel.

Feminist Club

Feminism: the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities. 

This club's goal is to promote equality, educate the community, and empower women and men to stand up for each other in order to further the world. Feminism today sometimes has a bad connotation and we want to change that. Interested? 
Email us at unffeminists@gmail.com

Filipino Student Association

 Our clubs purpose is to promote the culture and heritage of the Philippines all while assisting our members in achieving a better understanding of the Philippines. We strive to provide a social atmosphere for all FSA members and to be active in the community.  We are not exclusive to just Filipino people, we welcome all races, and ethnicities.  If not for any reason above, join us for the free filipino food! 




Film Club (UNFFC)

We are a group of students from all departments and backgrounds who have a love for cinema. We screen movies that students may otherwise not have had the opportunity to see in the theater setting. We have special events and double features occasionally as well.

Filmmaking Club

The Filmmaking Club at UNF allows like-minded individuals to pursue their interest for filmmaking in a positive and collaborative, hands-on environment.


Finance and Investment Society (FIS)

The Finance and Investment Society is open to all students interested in acquiring knowledge about banking, finance, and investment topics.
The society offers many activities during the year including socials with the business community, various speakers, and an annual banquet. The Society sponsors the Updown.com Portfolio Trading Challenge and provides awards for the best student performers. FIS is among the top 5% of university finance clubs around the country according to the Financial Management Association (FMA).
Each year, students are selected to attend the annual FMA Leaders’ Conference held in cities like Chicago, Denver, Washington DC, and New York. UNF FIS won the 2010 FMA Leaders’ Quiz Bowl.
Students are automatically made members of the FMA and Association for Financial Professionals with FIS membership. Students from all disciplines are strongly encouraged to become active members of the Finance and Investment Society.

Financial Planning Association Student Chapter (UNF FPA)

Our purpose is to expose students to financial planning, network with financial planning professionals, and obtain internships and employment.

Florida Engineering Society

The purpose of the Florida Engineering Society is to offer students with interest in engineering a chance to network with student and professional engineers through roundtable discussions on current engineering topics such as licensure. 

Florida Structural Engineers Association (FSEA)

FSEA is a club to unite students who have an interest in structural engineering. FSEA provides opportunities to experience structural engineering first hand, as well as, networking opportunities. Please feel free to come and see if structural engineering is for you!

Food 4 Thought

Food 4 Thought is an initiative to bring students together to discuss current topics of interest over a provided dinner by Jacksonville Campus Ministry. 

Forensic Science Club

The Forensic Science Club is dedicated to promoting all things related to the interdisciplinary field of forensic science. Students are welcome from any area, whether it is psychology, criminal justice, biology, anthropology, and more. Club meetings will provide students with information about career opportunities, involving guest speakers, events (like Forensic Science Day), movies, and discussions. We also hope to connect with the Jacksonville community by building a bridge between UNF and professionals in forensic science.

Gaming and Application Development

The club will promote meetings, discussions, and competitions in gaming, application development, and computer programming languages. The goal will be to provide opportunities to UNF students that increase their awareness and communication in these areas of computer technology.

German Club (UNFGC)

The UNF German Club is designed to create an environment for students interested in German language, history, and culture to come together to socialize, practice their language skills, and gain more knowledge about Germany and other German speaking countries. Fluency in German is not required to join the club. All levels of German are welcome!

Search for Official UNF German Club on Facebook and request to join the closed group.


To promote sustainable volunteering within the Jacksonville community.

Graduate Psychology Organization

We use our advanced knowledge of psychology to 1) serve the greater community of Jacksonville through partnerships and volunteer projects with local charities and non-profit mental health service providers and, 2) aid the students of UNF in their professional development and pursuit of their academic goals through workshops, mentoring, and special events. 

Graduate Student Organization (GSO)

The purpose of the Graduate Student Organization is to facilitate and enhance the graduate student experience, to advance the reputation and assist in the expansion of graduate programs, and to promote quality teaching and research at the University of North Florida.

Grappling Club

Self Defense/ Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Club that welcomes all experience levels to come out and learn and train with us from 6-8pm Wednesdays and Thursday nights. Jiu Jitsu will push not only your body, but your mind in what some consider a human chess match. We show Self Defense, as well as sport Jiu Jitsu techniques.


Health Administration Student Association (HASA)

The Health Administration Student Association (HASA) is the University of North Florida’s student chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). We partner with ACHE and Jacksonville’s vibrant healthcare community to give members ample opportunities to apply what they learn in the classroom to real healthcare settings. The objectives of our organization are to provide students with opportunities to network with area healthcare leaders both on campus during meetings and off campus at field trips, to provide students with leadership opportunities and to raise funds to further develop members through attendance at the American College of Healthcare Executives Annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership.

Reasons for joining:
Leadership Opportunities
Career Growth & Enhancement
Information on health administration careers and trends
Access to local and national speakers
Access to local healthcare facilities and administrators

Healthy Osprey Alliance

The Healthy Osprey Alliance's purpose is to explore the various dimensions of wellness to discover what it means to live holistically. We aim to unite like-minded individuals to improve the health culture of our university.
Our goal is to increase the holistic health of the campus. We do this by creating a myriad of events and collaborations, such as: campus clean-ups, biking events to reduce CO2 emissions and to learn bike repairs, meditation workshops, cooking demonstrations, slack-lining, garden potlucks & yoga classes, supporting the UNF Real Food Challenge and Divest UNF, and holding finance knowledge workshops.

Home Brew Club

The purpose of UNF Home Brew is to learn about alcohol awareness, learn about the properties of home brewing, learn about the equipment involved, and exchange ideas and/ or recipes.


The purpose of the UNF HOOP JAM is to welcome students into a healthy, happy, and stress free environment. This is a time where students can meet new people, exercise, enjoy the outdoors, and jam to tunes in a welcoming environment.


Just bring a positive mindset, and awaken your inner hula hoop spirit!

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

UNF’s IEEE purpose shall be:
the dissemination of knowledge of the theory and practice of all aspects of electrical
engineering, electronics, radio, allied branches of engineering or the related arts and sciences, as well
as the furtherance of the professional development of the Students.

Interdisciplinary Studies Club

Interdisciplinary Studies Club is to form a community within the Interdisciplinary program for students share ideas, passions, and growing opportunities about this field of study.


International Ospreys

The purpose of International Ospreys is to increase diversity through programs and events that showcase the culturally enriched environment and traditions of the International Students at UNF.  It will promote a global learning environment on UNF campus through students who act as representatives of their respective cultures and globally minded domestic students who want to be more involved with the international student population and bring more international focus to the campus and community.

International Youth Fellowship at UNF

The purpose of IYF is to bring today’s youth together and promote intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social growth in the university students through different activities including cultural diversity programs, volunteer promotions, free classes and leadership mind lectures . Through the activities mentioned, students will be able to learn about different cultures, volunteer opportunities that will shape student’s hearts, acquire new knowledge and skills, life lessons and leadership knowledge through the Christian mindset

Jewish Ospreys

The Jewish Ospreys brings together Jewish Students from across Jacksonville with exciting social events and services promoting Judaism and providing a welcoming, non-judgmental place where every student feels at home.

Jewish Student Union (JSU)

We welcome students from all walks of life who are interested in learning more about Israel, jewish morals and values and the culture as a whole. We accept students who are of different faiths and encourage curious students to join our fun social/religious club.

Knitting Ospreys

Krishna Club

Krishna Club is a community of people at the University of North Florida who love coming together to grow in spiritual life and have FUN. This organization is for EVERYONE, is not sectarian, and provides an open atmosphere for spiritual exploration and discussion. Our overall purpose is to learn, share, and apply the practices of bhakti yoga (linking to God through devotion) to develop our personal spiritual lives. Club meetings generally involve kirtan (musical meditation), readings from prominent Vedic texts such as Bhagavad-gita As It Is, and discussion of spiritual concepts such as karma, yoga, self-realization, and God-realization.

Latin American Student Organization (LASO)

The Latin American Student Organization is an organization dedicated to enhancing knowledge of the Latin American culture across the UNF campus and to provide a safe environment for students to express themselves.

Liberty in North Korea Rescue Team (Osprey LiNK)

 The purpose of Liberty in North Korea Rescue Team (Osprey LiNK) is to raise awareness and funds on campus and in the Jacksonville community in coordination and harmony with the non-profit organization, Liberty in North Korea. Osprey LiNK aims to educate UNF students, faculty, and staff through documentary showings, tabling, fundraisers, and biannual presentations given by Interns from Liberty in North Korea


Marine Biology Club (MBC)

Marine Biology Club is open to all students who are interested in the ocean and want to learn more about the marine world. Our goal is to educate students about marine life while having fun through presentations, documentary nights, trivia nights, and events such as beach cleanups. Our goal is also to spread awareness about the current issues that ocean ecosystems are facing due to human actions. We encourage members to take an active role in conservation and environmental education.

Mathematics and Statistics club

The purpose of Mathematics and Statistics Club is to promote the scholarly activities in mathematics and statistics among students at UNF and surrounding academic institutions and businesses. The purpose of Mathematics and Statistics club is also to engage in activities designed to promote the mathematical/statistical scholarly development of its members and sponsor talks, competitions, and volunteerism that further the previously mentioned purpose.

Medical Laboratory Science Society (MLS Society)

Medical Laboratory Science is a creative, science-based profession that is critical to the maintenance of health and to the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of disease. The Medical Lab Science Society at UNF is interested in developing the social, educational, and cultural development of its members. We are devoted to learning about the field of Medical Laboratory Science by sharing with others about our profession and making a difference in the community. The MLS Society brings students together to learn from the experiences of speakers, community projects (both scientific and social), support of the UNF Medical Laboratory Science program and student advocacy for the profession. Anyone interested in the field of Medical Laboratory Sciences are encouraged to join.


Men’s Chorale Club

The UNF Men's Chorale is open to experienced student singers who enjoy part-singing, and offers a unique experience performing within a small, all-male vocal ensemble. Participation in this club encourages commitment, dedication, and personal growth as musicians and performers. This ensemble meets once a week to rehearse, and students have the opportunity to conduct and arrange for the group. Their repertoire is innovative, traditional, and fun, cutting across the genres of Barbershop, R&B, Doo-Wop, World Music, and Classical Music.

Mens Lacrosse (UNFLAX)

Osprey Lacrosse exists to compete with other teams in the state playing Lacrosse and spreading the knowledge of the sport with other student athletes.

Microsoft Developers Network (MSDN)

The purpose of UNF Microsoft Developers Network is to provide the tools and resources in order to develop applications for various Windows marketplaces.   UNF MSDN will offer opportunities for students to interact with guest speakers and to participate as a community of developers for Windows devices.

Mock Trial Team (MTT)

The main focus and goal for the Mock Trial Team is to create an environment where students can prepare and compete within the American Mock Trial Association.

Model United Nations

Model United Nations is a club that meets weekly to practice for Model United Nations conferences where students simulate actual United Nations meetings. Students in the club also participate in related International events in the community and volunteer with the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville.

Muslim Student Association

UNF MSA is a faith-based student organization at UNF that provides educational, social and spiritual activities for its members. We seek to provide a community for the Muslim students on campus at UNF and also to invite non-Muslim students and faculty to join in learning about Islam and the many cultures and beliefs of those who practice it.

National Association for Music Education Collegiate Chapter

The purpose of the organization is to advocate and promote awareness for music education; provide resources for students interested in becoming music educators; hosts professional development events; and offers a variety of opportunities for students.

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

The UNF Student Chapter of NABA has a goal of encouraging students to enter the accounting and finance curriculum, help its members with tutoring and mentorship, expose students to networking opportunities and teach others who are not familiar with the industry about useful money management tips.

National Association of Home Builders

The NAHB student chapter of UNF is the only construction management club at the the University of North Florida that focuses on the housing market and land development. The chapter came in second place in 2014 in the National Association of home builders residential construction management competition and came in second place in 2015 for the most outstanding student chapter in the nation.

National Society of Black Engineers

NSBE is open to everyone that wants to better themselves and explore the STEM majors. It is design to get the young African Americans encourage involved in STEM related fields and pursue them.

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is an organization that encourages scholarship, leadership, and service. We reach out to organizations locally and participate in events such as the Buddy Walk, Spooktacular, and Relay for Life. Students must maintain a 3.4 GPA to qualify to get into the organization and will receive a letter in the mail. Once accepted, the student will be part of a beautiful ceremony every October.

National Society of Women in Science

The National Society of Women in Science (NSWS) is open to all college students. We are committed to providing a congenial environment for women pursuing an natural or social science degree as well as educating the minds of women in all science fields, encouraging more female leaders in the industry and community.



We are a Christian on-campus ministry that strives to know Christ and to make Him known.

Neuroscience Club

The Neuroscience Club welcomes UNF students from any discipline who are interested in the fascinating field of neuroscience. We will learn about career opportunities and new research findings through presentations, films, guest speakers, and other activities. We hope to connect UNF students with professionals in the Jacksonville area who are interested in brain research. Members will take an active part in discovering what scientists know about the nervous system and sharing that information with the group.

North Florida Barbell

North Florida Barbell intends to facilitate an environment for like-minded individuals who have an interest in powerlifting. Individuals with any level of experience are welcome to join.

North Florida Wrestling

Building future leaders by using wrestling as a tool to teach core values. 

Nutrition Journal Club (NJC)

The UNF Nutrition Journal Club is an educational tool just as much as it is a social event. This is a time and place for students to get together and discuss stimulating, exciting research.

Students do not need to be very well versed in clinical jargon or have experience analyzing scholarly journal articles to participate. Our meetings are designed to introduce fresh topics, explain innovative research, and generate thought-provoking conversations among students in a stress-free, fun environment.

Opera Ensemble

Opera Ensemble affords students the opportunity to grow in their classical musicianship and on stage experience through regular rehearsals and performing in full scale opera productions.

Organic Project

A community of students interested in living organically. We are interested in gardening, farming and sharing lost earthly skills. We aspire to change our food system to reflect  an ecosystem in which humans are an ethical and accountable part of. 

We accomplish our mission by hosting social events at the on-campus Ogier garden to encourage more students to get involved. We also encourage students to share their skills within the organic gardening community and learn new skills by attending Garden workshops and participating in the adopt-a-bed program. Oh yes and of course, we eat lots of student grown produce!

Osprey Cuong Nhu (OCN)

The Osprey Cuong Nhu club is the University of North Florida’s very own Cuong martial arts organization. Named in honor after UNF’s osprey mascot, the Black Talon Dojo is the revival of the grand Osprey Dojo formed several years ago right on the UNF campus!
Cuong Nhu is a versatile martial arts that incorporates elements from 7 different styles: Shotokan Karate, Aikido, Judo, American Boxing, Wing Chun, Tai Chi Chuan, and Vovinam. It is the blending of hard and soft martial arts techniques. In the Black Talon Dojo, we practice kata, self-defense, weapons, sparring, combinations, and philosophy. Come train in the Black Talon Dojo to enhance your mind, body, and spirit!

Osprey English Arts Alliance(OEAA)

Osprey English Arts Alliance is an organization that provides students with opportunities to extend their interests in literature and language beyond the classroom. OEAA serves the University and the larger community by creating a network of students to encourage the production and presentation of creative and analytical work.


Osprey Episcopalians Birds of Pray (OEBOP)

Who are the Osprey Episcopalians Birds of Pray:
* We are the student club for the Episcopalian Church at UNF.
* We are followers of Jesus Christ Our Lord.
* We strive to love our neighbors as ourselves.
* We focus on Prayer, Fellowship and Outreach.
* We respect the dignity of every person.
* We trace our heritage to the beginning of Christianity.
* Our liturgy (the way we worship) retains ancient structure and traditions and is celebrated in many languages.
* All baptized Christians may receive Holy Communion.
* We uphold the Bible and worship with the Book of Common Prayer.
* We celebrate our unity in Christ while honoring our differences, always putting the work of love before uniformity of opinion.
* All are welcome to find a spiritual home at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer - 7500 Southside Blvd.

Our Leadership Team:

Lexy Fields – President
George Saltzgiver – Treasurer
Maggie McNabb – Secretary

Osprey Fit

This is a club at UNF meant to encourage people to be fit, make other friends with common fitness goals, and to share their fitness tips and tricks!

Osprey Robotics

Osprey Robotics is separated into two robotics competition teams. The teams merge together to be the Osprey Robotics club, as a club we do team building exercises and events such as the ropes course on campus and we host clinics for the club and students outside of the club. Clinics include basic code, basic CAD software and basic electronics.

Osprey South Asian Association (OSAA)

The primary purpose of this organization is to unite students from South Asian origin and other cultures as well as to facilitate a cultural exchange. These goals shall be achieved through:
1. Events and activities related to customs and festivals celebrated throughout South Asia.
2. Helping new students coming to study in UNF with housing and other questions or concerns they might have

Osprey Volunteers

The purpose of the UNF Osprey Volunteer Club is to ensure we are involved in our community and on campus volunteer events. The UNF Osprey Volunteer Club helps with big organization and small on campus volunteer events.


Osprey Writing Life (OWL)

Osprey Writing Life is a club for writers and poets who want a safe environment to share their works, network with other young writers, and improve their writing. 

OspreyAlpha (OA)

OspreyAlpha is the University of North Florida student chapter of the American Statistical Association. As a pre-professional club, OspreyAlpha organizes events that help UNF students learn about statistics-related careers. All UNF students are free to become members of OspreyAlpha by joining this LinkedIn group. OspreyAlpha members will receive priority invitations and accommodations to all club events.

Ospreys United

The purpose of Ospreys United is to prepare freshmen for a successful college experience with a concentration on study skills, involvement on campus, and tutoring. By pairing underclassmen with upperclassmen who will mentor them during their first year at UNF

Paintball Club

 The purpose of the UNF Paintball Club is to both compete at a professional level against other paintball clubs around the country and also take new players out to experience paintball in a relaxed setting.


Performers Collective

The UNF Performers Collective is a community that gives students opportunities to perform and hone their craft in the safe setting of the UNF campus. We aim to encourage creativity and bridge the gap between the music program and the students on campus. We will act as a creative outlet for musicians, artists, and tech students.

Phi Alpha Theta

“We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and the exchange of learning and ideas

among historians. We seek to bring students and teachers together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publication by our members in a variety of ways.”

Philosophy Club

The purpose of the UNF Philosophy Club is to create an environment where students can freely discuss philosophy and test out ideas in a safe space.

Political Science Club

The premier UNF club to think big and save the world! Guaranteed to stimulate and motivate! Come find out why so many UNF students come to our meetings - and it's not just the free pizza!

Pre Law Students Organization Alliance (PLSOA)

This organization is an extension of the UNF Pre-Law Program. We connect students with other students who are planning on going to Law School and prepare them to get there. This organization works with Professor Edward's Pre-Law Program, offering students networking opprotunities, LSAT Prep, and different career oriented workshops. PLSOA is home for the UNF Chapter Phi Alpha Delta, which is an international Pre-Law Fraternity. To learn how this organization can help you achieve your goals, please email phialphadeltaunf@gmail.com


The UNF Pre-Dental club supports students who many be interested in applying to dental school. We are led by a group of upperclassmen who have applied to dental school or who are planning to apply soon. They are there to support our fellow students throughout the process including shadowing, volunteer experience, the DAT, dental school visits, etc. We meet on a monthly basis, and get together periodically for other volunteer events.

Pre-Pharmacy Club

To provide students the experience of listening to speakers from pharmacy schools, and to aid them in preparing for the pharmacy career as well as application and PCAT.

Pre-Physical Therapy Association(PPTA)

 The purpose of The Pre-Physical Therapy Association is to prepare undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing careers in physical therapy. The club will do so by providing students with insight into the physical therapy profession, as well as to provide students with additional resources to achieve their goals. 

Pre-Physician Assistant Club

We hope to help those people who want to become a physician assistant get the information to help them become one.

Pre-Veterinarian Club

The Pre-Veterinarian club focuses on helping the local community but also helping educate memebers in the Veterinarian field.


Pride Club

Our mission is to provide a positive social and support network for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students as well as their allies in the UNF community. Additionally, we seek to give back to the community at large through philanthropic and other works. 

Print Guild at the University of North Florida

The UNF Print Guild organizes events and activities involving printmaking for the student body.


Psi Chi

Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology

The mission of Psi Chi is to produce a well-educated, ethical, and socially responsible member committed to contributing to the science and profession of psychology and to society in general.

In pursuit of our mission we will:
- Advance the science and profession of psychology.
- Promote an educational experience consistent with the mission.
- Promote ethical and socially responsible members and leaders.
- Define and establish an organizational structure that promotes our mission.
- Recognize and foster the contributions that diversity makes to the science and practice of psychology.

PSPA Career Advocacy Club (PSPA CA)

The UNF PSPA Career Advocacy club focuses on aiding students in achieving internships and scholarships. This club primarily focuses on aiding Political Science and Public Administration majors.

Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)

Public Relations Student Society of America main goal is to serve as an organization for students interesting in careers in public relations. The club holds an event every month to help students find jobs after graduations. We have luncheons, agency tours and give back to the community by doing philanthropic work.

Rasine Kreyol (R.K.)

Rasine Kreyol is a Haitian student organization here to unify and challenge college students to develop their knowledge and understanding of the Haitian heritage. So that they may foster a secured sense of identity and self-awareness that propels them to be active and contributing advocates in their communities. 

Real Food Challenge

A club committed to increasing the procurement of "Real Food" to 20% of the total food on campus by the year 2020. "Real Food" is defined as food that is local, organic, fair trade, and/or humane.

Red Cross Ospreys

A non-profit club affiliate of the Northeast Florida Chapter of the American Red Cross.

Reformed University Fellowship (RUF)

RUF is a safe place for you to explore Christianity and grow in your understanding of who Jesus is and what it means to follow him in community with others at UNF.

Relay for Life (RFL)

American Cancer Society Relay For Life campus events serve as a powerful way for you to raise awareness and funds in the fight against cancer, from helping people facing the disease in your community to ensuring cancer is a thing of the past for future generations. The Relay For Life movement features campus and community events that offer an opportunity to honor the cancer survivors in your life, promote how you can reduce your cancer risk, and raise money to help find a cure. Today, with the support of thousands of student volunteers, the American Cancer Society is helping save more than 400 lives a day. And we won't stop until we end cancer once and for all! Our Relay For Life event this year is on the weekend of April 9th.

Religious Studies Club

The UNF Religious Studies Club gives an academic approach to studying religions, religious organizations, and belief/faith systems found around the world. Using theories and safe space discussions, this club aims to promote understanding of such organizations with an academic approach. We also visit locations all around Jacksonville as well as beyond Jacksonville such as Cassadega, The Holy Land Experience, The Georgia Cherokee, and many more locations.

Road Runners (R&R)

The Road Runners connect the student body through the progressive hobby of cycling, promote a healthy life through physical activity and provide a sense of environmental awareness.

We like to go fast.

Rotaract Club

Rotaract clubs are either community or university based, and they are sponsored by a local Rotary club. This makes us true "partners in service" and key members of the family of Rotary. The Rotaract club at the University of North Florida is sponsored by Oceanside Rotary.

Rotaries exist all over in the world in 163 countries and geographical areas. We are always looking for the club to grow and continue to do important and exciting projects for the local and international community. We are now a Coggin College of Business Club, but that does not exclude non-business majors from joining--our members have a wide variety of majors and disciplines.

Our Rotaract club continually works with several organizations and projects, such as Habitat for Humanity and BEAM (Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry). We also do coastal cleanups and other environmentally focused projects with New Age Hippy, Keep Jacksonville Beautiful, and the UNF Environmental Center. We have also participated in donating clothing and school supplies as well clean water projects to other countries.  


Contact us by email, and check out our Facebook page!

Running Club

The UNF Running Club strives to support UNF students with a passion for running through community runs, running education, and race opportunities.  

Sailing Club

The purpose of the UNF Sailing Club is to provide a means of community and education through the sport of sailing.

School Psychology Club

This club will provide students at all levels of higher education, with an interest in integrating psychological theory with educational practice in order to define and treat educational problems and mental health needs of children in classrooms, the opportunity to connect with others.

Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine Association (STEM²)

The purpose of this Association shall be to convene students in the STEM2 disciplines, advocate for enhanced STEM2 resources on campus and inspire the greater community to to learn more about the future of STEM2 professions in our economy.

Scuba Club

The purpose of UNF Scuba Club is to provide safe, enjoyable diving and create a University of North Florida diving community. We welcome divers of all skill level as well as those interested in becoming a certified diver.  Multiple dive trips will be made by the club each semester to varying locations based on member interest. Trips may include local springs and rivers, as well as chartered dives to offshore locations such as wrecks.

Sculpture Guild

UNF Sculpture Guild is a little more than a group or a club. We are a family of sculptors bound by rust, sweat, sparks, and sawdust. Wielding a diverse set of skills of working with a multitude of materials, we strive to create an appreciation and awareness of 3-dimensional art to the student body, as well as the local community.

Semper Fi Society (SFS)

Semper Fi Society is a club with the purpose of providing support, guidance, knowledge and opportunity for anyone who has served, is serving, plans to serve or is a supporter of the United States Marine Corps.


Sigma Alpha Lambda

 To promote academic excellence at the chapter and national level and to encourage high academic achievement among school-aged children in our community. 

To engage university students, faculty, and staff as well as the surrounding community in meaningful, relevant service initiatives and raise awareness for worthwhile causes.
To promote an understanding of the service model of leadership, to educate on the philosophy of leading through service, and to develop leaders who incorporate service into their lives. 

Sigma Alpha Pi

The Society is the nation's largest leadership honor society.  Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential.  Candidacy is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction.  With 492 chapters, the Society currently has 515,251 members nationwide.


Sigma Alpha Pi

As the nation's largest leadership honor society, Sigma Alpha Pi a fosters great network of motivated peers.  We work on leadership development and goal-achievement skills.  Our mission is to build leaders who make a better world

Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Alpha Alpha Chapter

National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society

Silent Ospreys (ASL)

The purpose of Silent Ospreys( UNF's ASL Club) is to raise awareness of American Sign
Language, also to promote and educate the understanding of Deaf culture, language, and community. Our goal is to connect with out to local Deaf/Hard of hearing/ASL organizations and team together to expand our community.

Skeet, Trap, and Sporting Clays (STSC)

UNF Skeet, Trap, and Sporting Clays is devoted to competition and recreation in the sport of clay shooting. Students are to exercise their discipline, reflexes, and responsibility in firearm handling.

Social Work Club (SWC)

The purpose of the Social Work Club is to get students who are interested in the social work field involved with other students with similar interests. The clubs aims to involve students in volunteer work within the community and help spread awareness of the social work profession.

Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement(SCLA)

The Society of Collegiate Leadership & Achievement (SCLA), honors students’ achievement and empowers them to be the leaders of tomorrow. We aim to maximize student potential through our powerful, customized skills development platform, vibrant mentor and peer community, and competency-based certification. Our members become leaders who stand out from the crowd! SCLA, an Honor Society and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with 100+ chapters across the country, is founded on the premise that students learn their strengths and develop their passions through experience and meaningful relationships with peers and mentors, who offer their valuable experiences and insights.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

The University of North Florida’s Society of Human Resource Management is a student organization that is dedicated to educating about human resources and leadership and catalyzing growth for its members. 
It Provide students with the opportunity to gain knowledge and insight into the effective management of personnel in the field of Human Resource Management through affiliation with SHRM Jacksonville and the National SHRM organization. 
Promotes the exchange of work-related experience of established business professionals with the theoretical academic perspectives of student and faculty members through open forums and information exchanges. 
Lastly it Encourages the acquisition, growth and continuation of our respective careers in Human Resource Management through expanded knowledge, camaraderie, respect and mutual support among chapter members and through our affiliation with national, sponsoring and other student chapters.



Society for Women Advancing Technology and Computing (SWAT Computing)

1. Introduce computing students to a worldwide, professional organization dedicated to the advancement of “the theory, practice and application of computer and information processing science and technology” (IEEE CS Constitution).
2. Prepare computing students for their professional careers by connecting students with local and regional leaders in related computing fields.
3. Promote lifelong professional and academic development.

Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)

You dont have to have plans to be in the military to be in this club. Our club is design to bridge the gap between the military and the civilian world by showing that the military are working on amazing projects in the STEM^2 fields. If you want to see how the military are using civil engineers to build naval facilities, see how electrical engineers and aviation works hand to hand, or see local projects we have something that will blow your minds.

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers(SASE)

The Society of Asian Scientist and Engineers (SASE) serves to help foster cultural awareness among Asian students in the STEMM fields and provide these students with connections to the professional world.This is an inter-disciplinary and multicultural club! 

Society of Automotive Engineers (Osprey Racing)


Osprey Racing is a non-profit chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). We are a group of University of North Florida students designing and building a formula race car to compete internationally against other universities. 

Our club provides real world experience not available in traditional classroom environment. Students develop practical skills such as leadership, project management, and teamwork. We provide hands on experience with manufacturing, welding, machining, and CAD modeling. Members gain a professional advantage over their peers and become among the top candidates in their field.
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Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

Our organization is geared toward helping students develop in our 5 pillars. Our 5 pillars stand for academics, professionalism, leadership, chapter, and outreach. We are focused on rounding out our students the best way possible to ensure they are getting the best help they need through their 4 years at UNF.

Society of Physics Students

The Society of Physics Students is a club dedicated to furthering the education and interconnectivity of the UNF physics department.

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a club that creates a warming and welcoming environment for women pursuing an engineering degree.  SWE is open to all!  We promote and support women in this field by hosting and attending events that will increase our knowledge about the reality of women in the engineering workforce as well as learn how to be most successful as women in this field.

Sociology Club

The Sociology Club is devoted to the academic, social, and professional interests of its members.


Space Hardware Club (SHC)

Interested in building stuff that will go to space? You have come to the right place! The Space Hardware Club at UNF is an umbrella club for projects like: NASA's Hybrid Motor Rocket Competition, launching weather balloons with scientific payloads, cubesat development, and other aerospace-related competitions.

Spanish Club

We want to share our love of Latin American and Spanish culture with UNF and the Jacksonville community.

Sport Management Alliance

The purpose of the Sport Management Alliance club is to provide a peer guided forum for students in the Sport Management program, to grow a closer community within the major through social events, serve as a voice of the students in the major, and provide networking opportunities for students to build relationships with those in the sports industry.  

Student Association Bringing Exciting Entertainment

The Student Association Bringing Exciting Entertainment was established in order to create a student organization that fosters a network to build partnerships and experiences that engage, entertain and inspire.  

Student Chapter of the IEEE Computer Society

The Student Chapter of the IEEE Computer Society introduces computing students to a worldwide, professional organization dedicated to the advancement of “the theory, practice and application of computer and information processing science and technology”.  Our primary goals are to prepare computing students for their professional careers by connecting students with local and regional leaders in related computing fields and promoting lifelong professional and academic development.

Student Council for Exceptional Children(SCEC)

The Student Council for Exceptional Children works hard as a club to include, educate, and raise awareness to increase the quality of life for people with disabilities. We promote the dignity and worth for all individuals. If you have any interest, regardless of your major, we highly encourage you to check our club out! 

Student Florida Educators Association

 The Student Florida Educators Association is a collection of future educators looking to come together and discuss key issues in teaching today. Another goal of the association is to give back to communities. We will try to accomplish this through fundraising, mentoring programs, and reading programs. Non-education majors are also welcome if they are interested in the school system.


Student Leadership Advisory Board

To educate and develop business professionals through rigorous, relevant, accredited degree programs offered by faculty devoted to student learning and engaged in scholarly activities.

Work closely with the dean to help provide guidance and advice on matters within the Coggin College of Business.

To advance and strengthen communication and cooperation among the organizations within the Coggin College of Business.

To advance and strengthen closer relationships both among students of the Coggin College of Business and within the business community.

To further the best interested of the Coggin College of Business and the University of North Florida.

Student Nurses' Association (UNF SNA)

UNF SNA is a student nurse organization that encompasses leadership and community service within the university and greater community. UNF SNA's philanthropy is breast cancer awareness.  This organization offers many opportunities such as networking and holding leadership positions as we travel to student nurse conventions, fundraising, community service, furthering education in your specialized interest and bonding with other nursing students with similar goals and interests.

Student Nutrition and Dietetic Association (SNDA)

The purpose of the Student Nutrition and Dietetic Association (SNDA) is to provide students with resources and opportunities to enhance their growth and knowledge in nutrition and dietetics. SNDA members promote good health and nutrition on campus and throughout the community. 

Student Physical Therapy Association

Our organization is a professional development organization with the goal of helping students in the UNF DPT program to establish professional relationships with other professionals in our community. We also aim to educate our members on the different aspects of Physical Therapy in Jacksonville, and educate our members on opportunities to further themselves in our field. We are involved with community service as well. 

Student Transfer Engagement Program(STEP)

The purpose of the University of North Florida Student Transfer Engagement Program, or STEP, is to advocate and show support for transfer students, create social events and volunteer opportunities, as well as provide tools for student success. We strive to facilitate a smooth transition into UNF for transfer students resulting in a strong connection to the Osprey family. STEP achieves this by serving as a resource that enhances transfer students' success academically, professionally and socially, which results in increased retention, persistence and satisfaction. Our vision is to create a transfer-friendly campus at the University of North Florida.

Student United Way

Student United Way is a campus-based organization led by and for students. Through Student United Way, young people are giving, advocating, and volunteering to improve lives, and giving time and services to more than 70 nonprofit and government partner agencies within the 5-county region.

To learn more, contact  Sydney Solan, Individual and Student Engagement Coordinator at United Way of Northeast Florida at 904.330.3965

Surf Club

The UNF Surf Club is a nationally renown organization that competes on a local, regional, and national level against other surf teams. The club consists of a group of goal-oriented students geared towards helping the community while maintaining a nationally competitive team.

Table Tennis Club (UNFTTC)

UNF Table Tennis is a sport club that allows students to learn the competitive aspect of this table game.

In the middle of each semester, the club will nominate a team that will compete in the NCTTA Tournament with hopes of moving to regionals or even nationals.

Tea Club

A gathering of students who want to have fun and drink tea!


The Awakening

We are a campus ministry dedicated to the next generation. We seek to reach out to students to give them guidance through Christ and provide some answers during this crucial part of their lives.

Trans Advocacy Club

The purpose of Trans Advocacy Club is to create a safe and welcoming space for transgender students and their allies to come together, as well as to work to raise awareness for issues the trans community faces and to advocate for the trans community on campus.

Transportation & Logistics Society

The Transportation and Logistics Society (TLS) promotes and encourages interest in the field of transportation and logistics among UNF students through recruitment events, facility tours, community service, and networking opportunities. The T&L Career Day in the fall and spring brings many high profile recruiters and as a result many students are offered internships and full-time jobs after graduation . TLS strives to provide career advice and mentoring, and does so by fostering UNF alumni involvement, offering informative panel discussions and guest speakers, and networking with the business community and professional organizations. TLS members enjoy travel to industry conferences and are eligible for $5,000 in annual scholarships.

Ultimate Frisbee

 Our Purpose is to bring a  competitive ultimate frisbee team to all UNF students interested in learning and engaging in the sport. Also to expand and grow the sport and ultimate culture to the masses.  

Ultra Fitness Workout

Providing the UNF community with a fun and extreme workout experience.

University Christian Outreach (UCO)

University Christian Outreach is a tight-knit community of students who seek to support each other in living out their faith on campus. Each week, we meet to pray, laugh, share a meal, and encounter God.

Upsilon Phi Delta (UPD)

Upsilon Phi Delta (UPDelta) serves high-achieving students pursuing a degree in healthcare administration. UPDelta’s primary objective is to enhance the student’s academic experience by building professional relationships and developing interpersonal skills. Membership is offered to a select few students who meet the standards of this national honor society. 

Upsilon Pi Epslion (UPE)

Upsilon Pi Epsilon is an international honor society that recognizes academic achievement and professionalism in the field of computer science.

Vegetarian and Vegan Association

Our club aims to educate our members and fellow UNF students about vegetarian/vegan diets as well as animal rights. We host vegetarian potlucks and animal rights documentaries, as well as informing the public through peaceful petitions and pamphlets. Our mentor program aims to help those trying to become a vegetarian or vegan.

Vietnamese Student Association (VSA)

Vietnamese Student Association is a club at the University of North Florida dedicated to promote and educate students and the Jacksonville community of Vietnamese culture.

Volleyball Club

We are a club with a goal of helping people get better at volleyball and help them get together to play for fun or compete in tournaments.

Wildlife Conservation Club

The Wildlife Conservation Club (WCC) is committed to providing volunteer opportunities with local wildlife professionals and to providing students with opportunities to help conserve local wildlife. The WCC also participates in various outdoor activities such as canoeing trips, wildlife viewing, and hiking. We are open to all students, regardless of major, interested in wildlife conservation!

Women in Business Society (WBS)

The Women in Business Society (WBS), founded in 2009, is a student organization based in the Coggin College of Business that is dedicated to supporting women in their efforts to pursue higher levels of educational and professional achievement. Our organization provides networking resources and exposure to career opportunities through general meetings, special events and site visits. We also offer many opportunities for our members to make connections with successful business women in the Jacksonville community.

Women's Chorale Club

The UNF Women’s Chorale is open to experienced student singers who enjoy part-singing, and offers a unique experience performing within a small, all-female vocal ensemble. The group’s repertoire is drawn from a broad range of styles, from world music to madrigals, pop and show tunes to spirituals. This ensemble meets once a week to rehearse, and students have the opportunity to choose repertoire, conduct and arrange for the group.

Womens Lacrosse

Osprey Womens Lacrosse exists to compete with other teams in the state playing Lacrosse and having a good time.


Write. Speak. Repeat.

This is a club where students are encouraged to vocally express their experiences through spoken word, art or music. We will have meetings twice a month. One of these gatherings will be composed of going out to perform and/or listen to this form of art. School can be hectic at times, this will be a great opportunity gain social support and balance. Come join the revolution!

Young Americans for Liberty

 We are a pro-liberty organization that seeks to further the ideas of limited government, self-ownership, voluntary action.


Young Life College

Regardless of a students’ religious background, Young Life College offers a fun, accepting community to be a part of while exploring or deepening their faith.  As caring adults venture with them, college students are nurtured, guided and encouraged to become young adults who are committed followers of Jesus Christ.