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.
The purpose of the UNF Chapter of the American
Choral Directors Association is to continue striving towards the goal of our
parent organization, which is to inspire excellence in choral music through
education, performance, composition, and advocacy.
The University of
North Florida American Civil Liberties Union Club (UNF ACLU) aims to raise
awareness of civil liberties issues, and to safeguard those civil liberties
both on and off campus. The UNF ACLU works directly with the ACLU of FL to help
connect individuals on campus with opportunities to get involved and join the
effort to defend and preserve the rights
guaranteed to all people in this country by
Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) chapter at UNF is a student club that is
open to all Civil Engineering students regardless of their career interests as
well as any students interested in learning about Civil Engineering and/or the
transportation industry. Its goal is to advance the scientific and engineering
education and to network students with professional engineering employers.
The purpose of this organization is to provide
an opportunity for the students of UNF to learn more about Anthropology, to
build social networks within the Anthropology department and community, and to
provide students with information about furthering their careers in
We, the ABC UNF Student Chapter, hold the
believes of Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Florida First Coast
Chapter as follows:
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, ethical hacking club at
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!
Better Together is a place where students from
different religious and non-religious backgrounds come together to voice their
values, engage with others and act together to make real change in the
The UNF Biology Club is a collection of students
that are passionate about science and the living creatures of the world. We are
an academically-based and philanthropic club that seeks to give back to our
local community. We provide our members with volunteer, social, and educational
activities throughout the fall and spring semesters. Our goal is to stimulate
interest of all aspects of biology and to help students make connections with
faculty members and biological professionals.
The purpose of the Caribbean Student Association is to unite and highlight the cultures and identities of the West Indies. We aim to raise awareness of West Indian/Caribbean cultures and identities through social, educational, and recreational means. We also aim to raise awareness of social, political, and educational topics found in the West Indian/Caribbean and West Indian/Caribbean-American communities
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.
The primary purpose of this organization is:
Climbing Club is a place where students can
create and develop climbing strengths. We practice three times a week (two days
are rock climbing biased and one day is cross training).
We compete in tournaments put on by NCCGA
CMD+N is where UNF designers come together to
build a strong community of friends with the common interest of graphic design
& digital media. We post information regarding the club meetings/updates,
design events, job/volunteer opportunities, and links related to our field.
driven club which represents the official Republican Party and strives to
motivate students to voice their opinions and grow in their mutual views.
UNF DM is a part of a nationwide movement
involving college and high school students across the country, all raising
money for the Children’s Miracle Network hospital in their community. Students
spend a year learning invaluable leadership and life skills while raising funds
and interacting with children’s hospital patients and families. The year
culminates with an event in which students stay on their feet through dancing,
games, and entertainment in celebration of the total raised that year. Locally,
Dance Marathon at UNF is a 12 hour student-run philanthropic event that raises
funds and awareness for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals of Northeast
Florida and Southeast Georgia. All of the money raised by students benefits the
pediatric programs at UF Health Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital.
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.
Feminism: the belief that men and women should
have equal rights and opportunities.
The Filipino Student Association at the
University of North Florida prides itself on internal cultural diversity. Don't
let the name fool you, we avidly encourage people from all different cultures
to join! With current members from all different cultures, FSA strives to
promote the loving family vibe and connection that all Filipinos share. The
club provides just that source of family, as its members assimilate to life on
their own in college, through the Ate-Kuya-Ading (AKA) Program. The AKA Program
is, essentially, one that brings members closer together by grouping them into
sibling groups; "Ate" meaning big sister, "Kuya" meaning
big brother, and "Ading" meaning little sibling. Join today and find
your family away from home!
The Filmmaking Club at UNF allows like-minded
individuals to pursue their interest for filmmaking in a positive and
collaborative, hands-on environment.
The Food Fighters are a group of students aiming
to reduce hunger and food waste on campus and in Jacksonville. Replicating the
models of the Food Recovery Network and the Campus Kitchen Project, we will
recover leftover food from stores, restaurants, and groceries, and cook a
well-balanced meal to serve to community partners such as food pantries and
homeless shelters. Our mission extends beyond the meal, since we also plan to
offer cooking and nutrition classes and create a platform for open discussion about
issues and interests among the Jacksonville community.
To promote German language
acquisition and cross-cultural understanding (focusing more on Germanic
A student run
organization that focuses on introducing and improving Grappling & Jiu Jitsu and self
defense skills to anyone willing to learn.
The Health Administration Student Association (HASA) is the University of North Florida’s student chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). The goal of HASA is to encourage the growth of future healthcare leaders by providing opportunities for knowledge application in real-life settings, networking opportunities, and professional growth. By doing so, HASA hopes to accomplish the mission of raising enough funds to further develop all current and future members in their leadership skills through their attendance at the American College of Healthcare Executives Annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership.
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!
The UNF student chapter of IEEE is a student led technology organization that participates in robotic based outreach and competitions. Monthly meetings are held with professionals to learn about different companies or to help develop the professional skills of its members. IEEE is an international organization whose core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity
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.
UNF K-POP seeks to bring together students who
are interested in exploring Korean pop culture through Korean dramas, TV shows,
Korean pop music, fashion, and cuisine.
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.
Student based club focusing on
helping the UNF & Jacksonville community. Also promoting a fun and safe
environment for all.
Focusing on the Au Natruale regimens, products,
and options for hair, skin, nails, and diet. Hair typing, tutorials, and
techniques demonstrated. Growing healthy hair, beards, ad skin across campus.
All Textures Welcomed! Men encouraged to join!
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.
The purpose of the UNF Nutrition Journal Club is to enrich students’ understanding of current research topics in the field of nutrition and dietetics and promote open communication about such topics, with the hopes of enhancing scientific discussion and the exchange of ideas relevant to the classroom setting.
We are a student initiative on
campus that encourages living a holistic and organic lifestyle. We use the
garden on campus as a way to bring personal revelation to students by providing
workshops, potlucks and camping trips. These activities encourage bonding with
each other and connect us with the earth we are trying to protect.
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:
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
With an influx of refugees residing in the
Jacksonville community, Ospreys for Refugee Relief (ORR), aims to welcome,
mentor and assist refugee children in their settlement by teaching them English
through our Take Flight Project. ORR aims to bring students from all majors and
walks of life together to make a difference in impacting the lives of children
that are in need of assistance in their accustomization to the English
language. Founder and president of ORR, Amani Marar, has been an active
volunteer in assisting the Syrian refugees in Jacksonville for the past two
years; this club aims to serve as a continuum of such service with the goal of
seeking long-term impact. This organization serves as a sister chapter with the
University of Florida and Florida State University. In collaboration with our
neighboring schools, rotations and programs are organized in a timely matter.
The purpose of Phi Alpha Honor Society is to
provide a closer bond among students of social work and promote humanitarian
goals and ideas. Phi Alpha fosters high standards of education for social
workers and invites into membership those who have attained excellence in
scholarship and achievement in social work.
Phi Alpha Honor Society
“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
The UNF Photo Club is an organization designed
to challenge photographers outside of the classroom with small assignments as
well as an off campus juried show once a semester.
UNF Print Guild is a student run collective that
seeks to develop the artistic community among students interested in
printmaking through the use of collaborative efforts and ingenuity.
Printmaking is a dynamic area and students greatly profit
from working, learning and organizing projects together. The collaborative and
social nature of the print shop offers many unique opportunities for students
to work together in an inclusive, constructive and supportive environment
Psi Chi is UNF's local chapter
of the National/International Honorary of the same name. Selections are based
on applications submitted through the national database with induction
ceremonies held typically in April.
Rotaract is a community
service and networking organization working to aid the world in relief efforts
such as polio and hunger. On the local level we community service based
organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and Surfers for Autism.
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
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 Tau Delta is a club for students on campus interested in English and literacy. We host events devoted to creative writing and academic writing. We encourage the interdisciplinary aspects of English and foster an environment for students to learn more about the disciple and share what they love about reading and writing. We also act as the official UNF chapter for the International English Organization for students interested in becoming a member of the Sigma Tau Delta honors society.
The University of North Florida’s Society for
Human Resource Management is a student organization that is dedicated to
educating about human resources and leadership and catalyzing growth for its
members. It provides 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. It 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.
Osprey Racing is a group of
students from varying majors that design, build, and compete in international
Formula SAE student racing competitions, most notably SAE Michigan. The club
focuses on improving an open cockpit F1 style car designed by former UNF
students and graduates. The club offers students the ability to apply concepts
attained in the classroom to real world applications. SAE is a club that allows
students of all academic levels and fields the opportunity to work together to
achieve a fulfilling common goal.
Spoon University is a food and lifestyle
publication written by students, for students. AND ITS ALL ABOUT FOOD! It
provides the ultimate food guide tailored to your campus, including articles on
recipes, local restaurants, food hacks, and lots more!
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.
Team One Love seeks to motivate students to
develop awareness campaigns, speaker series, creative projects, and group
activities to educate people on the issue of relationship violence and work to
The Social Science Writing Group aims to improve
student writing by writing frequently in an encouraging and supportive
environment. Members will work together to peer review writing and set weekly
writing goals. Club members will motivate each other to meet writing goals
through a public accountability process and learn new writing processes. The
club will meet regularly to practice peer-editing skills, writing skills, and
brainstorm writing ideas.
The mission of the Upsilon Phi Delta Honor
Society is to recognize, reward, and encourage academic excellence in the study
of healthcare management and policy.
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!
Competitive, fun, student led club. Full of
people who love the game of soccer.
Osprey Womens Lacrosse exists to compete with
other teams in the state playing Lacrosse and having a good time.