What student organizations exist at USF?
are over 100 student organizations at USF. The focus of these clubs ranges from academic to cultural to service to social to special interest.
Why should I join a student organization?
Student organizations provide exciting
opportunities to develop leadership, network, make new friends, acquire
new skills, plan events, give back to the community, and connect to the
USF community. Student organizations are the
heart of campus involvement at USF.
How do I join?
The OrgSync Student Organization Directory compiles all of the school's student organizations and their
respective information in a search engine. Each organization page lists a
summary, the general email, and its president's email. Send an email to the organization contact to learn more about how to
What if there isn't a student organization for me?
The wide variety of organizations would make it difficult not to find one of interest. But if not, you can always start your own. Talk with a Peer Advisor in the SLE Office to start the process.
Where can I find out more about clubs and organizations?
Check out the Involvement Fairs that are held at the beginning of each semester. All student organizations are
represented and members are available to chat with you. You can also
stop by the SLE office (UC 4th Floor) and talk with one of our Peer Advisors.
Involvement Fairs are the perfect opportunity to learn more about student organizations and sign up to join!
Thursday, August 28, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in Gleeson Plaza
Thursday, January 29, 2015
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in University Center
For a listing of student organizations at USF, visit the OrgSync Student Organization Directory.