Club Alliance is an executive agency of Student Government responsible for overseeing the registered student organizations on campus. Use this page to help you understand who’s who, and how to get in contact with
The SIC Director oversees the SIC staff, its general operations, and the budget. Not only does the Director report to the Senate on SIC's operations, but the Director also serves as the chair of the Club Funding Board, which grants clubs funding for various projects and/or events.
Club Funding Board
The Club Funding Board (CFB) is a 5 member committee chaired by the Club Alliance Director that consists of the Club Alliance Assistant Director, Budget & Allocations Chairman, the student body treasurer and one student appointed by the SG president. This committee meets bi-weekly or more frequently as needed to review and appropriate club funding.
Student Body Treasurer
The Student Body Treasurer monitors all A&S fee accounts and serves as the Executive liaison to the Student Body on matters pertaining to the A&S Fee procedures.
Budget & Allocations Chair
The Budget & Allocations Committee is the gatekeeper to the Activity and Service Fee Budget. The Committee allocates funds to registered student organizations and allocates the yearly A&S Fee Fiscal Budget.
Student at Large
Student Involvement Advisor
Kellen Hill currently serves as advisor for SIC in the SG
office and assists with Club Funding. He is from the Jacksonville area but
recently moved back after years living in Illinois, New York City and Texas.
His background is in digital marketing and student affairs and is currently a
graduate student at Brooks College of Health studying Clinical Mental Health
Counseling. In addition to working with students, Kellen enjoys photography,
ideating, sports and learning about new cultures. In his spare time, he likes
to cook, eat tons of food and travel.
Club Sports Coordinator
Ray Bunch first arrived to the University of
North Florida in 1988. At that time, he was hired by the Campus Recreation
department, where he started two very successful club programs for Men’s and
Women’s soccer. In 1990, Ray moved to the Athletics Department where he was the
head coach of the UNF Men’s Soccer team for over 20 years. During this time, he
started the Men’s Intercollegiate NAIA soccer program and guided the men’s team
to NCAA Division I status. He was honored with many individual and team awards
including several Coach of the Year conference awards. In 2010, Ray returned to
his home roots at the Campus Recreation Department and became the coordinator
of Club Sports. Ray was able to bring his wealth of sporting and administrative
knowledge from his coaching years to this newly reformed club sport programs