UNF Student Clubs

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”.

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.
#DanceIsLife 

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.

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

Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM)

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Alpha Alpha Chapter

National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society

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.

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.

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:
Networking
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.

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.

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.

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 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.

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 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. 

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.

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.

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.

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 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 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.
You can check out our YouTube channel here:

www.youtube.com/channel/UCj6Dd8WguqQDRX_qKKgRJ_Q

The Navigators

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

The 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.

UNF 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.

UNF 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!

UNF Bronies

We, the UNF Bronies (aka Brony Pony Theatre) are a fan-club of the show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic on UNF campus. We gather once a week to enjoy and explore the show and the community surrounding it. We frequently have different themes planned for our meetings, whether it be dedicating a night to a specific character, exploring the concepts the show frequently touches upon or exploring the esoteric and work-friendly values of the fandom. Along with that, we frequently have activities planned, such as dramatic fanfiction readings, coloring days, board game nights or LAN parties.

UNF 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!

UNF 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.

UNF GIVE

To promote sustainable volunteering within the Jacksonville community.

UNF 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.

UNF 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.

UNF 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.

UNF 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.

UNF Sailing Club

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

UNF Spanish Club

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