In addition to the excellent educational opportunities at UNF, students can also enjoy membership in clubs just for fun, or to gain valuable leadership and community activity experience.
A full listing of UNF clubs is here
Jon Antal and Michael Stultz, Faculty Advisors
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.
Liz Gregg, Faculty Advisor
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!
Nile Stanley, Faculty Advisor
The purpose of Osprey Interpreters is to provide University of North Florida ASL/English interpreting students, and students who are interested in the field of interpreting, with opportunities specific to interpreting rooted in the Deaf Community while furthering their education through trips, workshops, and special events related to interpreting.
The Student Florida Education Association (SFEA)'s mission is to encourage people to come to the University of North Florida and pursue a career as a future educator. We hold once a month general meetings, and in this meeting, we discuss our affiliation with the National Education Association, upcoming events through our ambassador program with the College of Education, and current happenings in the field of education. 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.
Hope E. (Bess) Wilson, Faculty Advisor
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.
The COEHS Student Ambassadors are education student leaders who attend our Open Houses/Admitted Student events to briefly speak to prospective students about their experiences at UNF and within the College of Education and Human Services. COEHS Ambassadors are recognized by the Dean of the College of Education and Human Services, Dr. Diane Yendol-Hoppey, and receive professionalism workshops enhancing their leadership and displaying commitment to the field of Education.
Learn more about our current ambassadors
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