Organizations are a valuable component when pursuing in depth knowledge of the field or major you have chosen. The School of Computing encourages you to find the organization that you find the most inspiring. Organization memberships are always open to all students and offer a unique avenue to associate with professionals in the field, have experiences, conduct research, participate in workshop opportunities and professional development you would be challenged to have access to otherwise.
The UNF Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Chapter promotes knowledge and interest in the science, design, development, construction, languages, management, and application of modern computing. The chapter provides an opportunity for communication among people interested in computing through meetings, speaker presentations, and programming contests.
The Osprey Security club at UNF is a community of IT students focused on developing its members to their full potential as future professionals. As an AITP member, you will meet people working in your field of interest, learn about career and business opportunities, stay abreast of industry trends, polish your leadership skills, converge your technology skills with business skills and stay connected with the world of the new IT profession.
The UNF Gaming and Application Development Club is open to all students at UNF and promotes interest in both professional and social uses of gaming and application development. GAD regularly holds "Lunch and Learn" events during the semester featuring guest speakers who address relevant topics with the gaming and application development field.
UNF Microsoft Developers Network
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering-Computer Society is the world's leading organization for computing professionals and offers excellent publications, conferences, technical journals, certifications and more. We strive to expose our student members to local professionals and activities that inspire and prepare them for their professional careers.
Society for Women Advancing Technology (SWAT) Club, Developing a community to encourage Women in Computing and IT majors and fields. Promoting academic and professional development, building professional relationships, and preparing for internship and career opportunities. Creating outreach opportunities, awareness, and connections within the community to advocate young women in computing. Open to all students.
Computing Sciences has an effect on almost every aspect of contemporary life. Thus, it is the express purpose of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) to promote the Computing Sciences and to encourage its contribution to the enhancement of knowledge and life. UPE strives to reach its goal by recognizing academic excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the Computing Sciences. UPE is an honor society and membership is by invitation only based on academic achievement.
The American Concrete Institute (ACI) students club provides learning and networking opportunities to enhance students’ professional development. ACI student members have access to electronic versions of ACI's monthly magazine on concrete design and construction, Structural Journal, and Materials Journal.
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) as a Society (https://www.asce.org/) gears at the general health and welfare of the public, working everywhere from governmental relations, to K-12 outreach projects. We, as a whole, strive to give better understanding to the general public about all sides of Civil Engineering, as well as maintain, and improve the current state the US infrastructure.
In our Student Chapter, you will have opportunity to partake in Student Conferences all over the Southeast, putting to use your classroom knowledge, as well as pushing you to dig deeper. We host socials with our professional "parent" chapter, allowing for networking and professional development. In ASCE, we are a community.
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers strives to become the source for quality Hispanic Engineers and technical talent and be a leading social organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of Hispanics and members in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
The primary benefit of being part of ASHE UNF is the opportunity to grow technically and professionally. ASHE provides a forum to interact with one’s peers in the transportation industry while working together to help solve common problems and discuss pertinent issues.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers purpose is to serve students by helping them develop professional skills by offering immersive activities such as engineering projects, professional growth workshops, student socials, company tours, and volunteering opportunities.
Coasts, Oceans, Ports and Rivers Institute serves its membership and society by uniting the disciplines working to sustainably develop, protect and restore coasts, oceans, ports, waterways, rivers, and wetlands; integrating the key stakeholders into decision-making processes; advancing technological state of art and practice; and influencing public policy.
UNF COPRI is proud to be a student chapter at the University of North Florida since September 2012. COPRI stands for: Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute. UNF is currently working in unison with ASCE/COPRI to advance the engineering profession along the coasts through a collective effort that is mutually beneficial to both organizations. Past, present, and future activities include club meetings, seminars, workshops, conferences, socials, and field trips. These events incorporate industry professionals from within the local community in northeast Florida, as well as prestigious engineers from around the nation. UNF is also progressing the coastal engineering community by involving up-and-coming young engineers and scientists with industry professionals through networking opportunities and project site visits. You are invited to join UNF COPRI’s efforts in promoting the importance of science and engineering along the coastlines of our planet.
The IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society is dedicated to the benefit of its members and all of humanity with our efforts focused on five driving objectives.
The purpose of the Florida Engineering Society is to offer students with interest in engineering a place to nurture leadership skills, advocate for Professional Engineer licensure, and a chance to network with student and professional engineers in the Osprey and Jacksonville community.
UNF IEEE wants to help bring students the opportunity to experience engineering outside of the classroom. We have much to offer including projects, tutoring, student involvement and much more!
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ITE is a student chapter to the parent Institute of Transportation Engineers organization and is geared toward capacity-building, showing impact of transportation to the community and creating networks between students and professionals in the field
Fulfilling the mission to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers, who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community
Osprey Robotics was established to introduce students to the fascinating subject of hobbyist robotics. Osprey Robotics is dedicated to the education of those who wish to explore the intricate world of robotic systems. A wide swathe of disciplines are interred within the field, and as such the club is a great way to experience interdisciplinary coordination.
Every year, UNF SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) competes with about 120 other teams internationally at the Michigan International Speedway in both dynamic and static events with a student built F1 style race car. This competition tests the ability of the student-designed car as well as the team's ability to present the design to a group of judges. The purpose of this club is to encourage student driven learning through competition in all facets of business, design, manufacturing, and testing. We accept all majors whether you've raced your whole life or just want to learn about the industry. Come check us out!
Our mission is simply bridging water resources and professionals in the water industry with students. If you are interest in Drinking Water, Groundwater, Stormwater, Water Quality, Drainage, Wastewater, Public Health, Water Resource Planning, Emergency Management, Water Research, Desalination, Water Treatment, Drinking Water, Distribution Plant, Water Plant Operation, and/or Water Facility Design & Construction, than this is the organization to be affiliated with.
The Society of Women Engineers(SWE) is an organization dedicated to the promotion of women in engineering. The society provides a place for engineering students to network with other students and professionals through meetings and volunteer events. SWE is open to all students and all engineering disciplines.
The University of North Florida Association of Builders and Contractors, Student Chapter, will increase student knowledge of the construction industry, promote fellowship and professionalism, and provide service to the Construction Management Department, University of North Florida, and the community. As a member of an ABC student chapter, students will learn the importance of the merit shop philosophy and free-enterprise through active association involvement. Involvement in the student chapter provides interaction with ABC National and chapter staff, member contractors, faculty and staff, and students with similar interests and career goals.
National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Student Chapter program is dedicated to enriching students’ educational experience, and offers first-hand exposure to the real world of the building industry, educational programming and networking opportunities. UNF NAHB Student Chapter works with local home builders to enrich students. It also runs the NAHB Student Competition, a real-world construction management and planning contest for students. The competition is a highlight of the International Builders’ Show.
The University of North Florida Sigma Lambda Chi chapter is the national honor society for the Construction Management program. The fundamental purpose of Sigma Lambda Chi is to provide recognition to outstanding students in construction curricula. Sigma Lambda Chi offers students the opportunity to be recognized locally and internationally for their academic accomplishments as a construction major. The club has three objectives: to render service to the Construction Management program, to develop good relations among campus, industry, and the public, and to recognize outstanding professional individuals in construction.
Women in Construction (WiC) Student Club is to encourage women to pursue and establish their careers in the construction industry. It offers networking opportunities among students, alumni, construction and construction-related industries. It also conducted community services to expose students to the real world of the construction industry.