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  • Active Minds

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    • President: Stephanie Greco - stephanie.greco@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: Our purpose is to educate students about the prevalence of mental illness and expose students to people with mental illnesses in order to reduce the stigma associated with the subject.
  • Advertising Student Association

  • African Student Association

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/162343733793172/
    • Meeting Time/Place: Thursday 8:30 p.m. PH 213
    • President: Stephane Glody Otonga - glody.otongakasembe@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Jaini Chhaya - jchhaya@ut.edu
    • Description: ASA's mission is to unify African students at UT, and share our different cultures with everybody who is open to learn more about Africa. We teach dances, languages, games and history. We believe Africa is a very rich continent. In fact, to come to our meetings, you don't have to be African; you just have to be Afro-curious.
  • Alpha Chi Omega

    • Website: http://www.alphachiomega.org
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    • President: Jodi Hansen - axoprez@yahoo.com
    • Advisor: Emily Everett - eeverett@ut.edu
    • Description: Alpha Chi Omega is an organization of women selected to promote domestic violence awareness, help the community and themselves. Membership in this organization requires a minimum GPA and is by invitation only.
  • Alpha Chi Sigma

    • Website: http://www.alphachisigma.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesdays 8 p.m. Cass Building 200
    • President: Matthew Child - matthew.child@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Michele Crosby - mmcrosby@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Alpha Chi Sigma is to aid its members in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists and to strive for the advancement of chemistry as both a science and a profession.
  • Alpha Epsilon Delta

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    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Brianna Yaeger - brianna.yaeger@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ann Williams - ahwilliams@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of The University of Tampa chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta is to encourage and recognize excellence in scholarship within health sciences; to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of health science education; to promote communication between health science students, educators and professionals; to provide service to the community in area health care settings; to provide a forum for students with common interests; to uphold and exemplify The University of Tampa to the community; and to be recognized by the National Alpha Epsilon Delta Society as a local chapter. Membership in this organization is by an application and requires a minimum GPA.
  • Alpha Epsilon Pi

    • Website: http://www.aepi.org
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    • President: Benjamin Canarick - benjamin.canarick@ut.edu
    • Advisor: Carley Kramer - cnkramer@ut.edu
    • Description: A goal of our fraternity is to help each student to develop character, to learn responsibility and to develop a proper set of values through living together in brotherhood. Alpha Epsilon Pi prepares young men for their role in life as responsible citizens.
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.

    • Website: http://www.aka1908.com
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    • President: Brianna Catave - Brianna.Catave@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Joycelyn Mahone - jmahone@ut.edu
    • Description: Alpha Kappa Alpha's mission is to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems among girls and women, in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be of "Service to all mankind." Membership in this organization requires an application and a minimum GPA.
  • Alpha Kappa Psi

    • Website: http://www.akpsi.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Pedro M. Belaunzaran - pedro.belaunzaran@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Joshua Hall - Jhall@ut.edu
    • Description: Alpha Kappa Psi was founded on the principles of educating its members and the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals in business and to further the individual welfare of members during college and beyond.
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

    • Website: http://www.apa1906.net
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    • President: Jessie Boria - jessie.boria@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Lonnie Bryant - lbryant@ut.edu
    • Description: The purpose of Alpha Phi Alpha at The University of Tampa is to promote goodwill and brotherhood among Greeks and non-Greeks alike; to promote the willingness of the betterment of the community; to encourage self-respect and empowerment of the individual; and to facilitate the education of good character and sense of brotherhood needed to achieve the highest academic and social levels possible as individuals and as a group. Membership in this organization is by an application, interview and requires a minimum GPA.
  • Alpha Psi Omega

  • Alpha Tau Omega

    • Website: http://www.ato.org
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    • President: Alexander Melendez - Alexander.Melendez@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Terry Parssinen - tparssinen@ut.edu
    • Description: To bind men together in a brotherhood based upon eternal and immutable principles, with a bond as strong as right itself and as lasting as humanity; to know no north, no south, no east, no west, not to know man as man, to teach that true men the world over should stand together and stand for supremacy of good over evil; to teach not politics, but morals; to foster, not partisanship, but recognition of true merit wherever found; to have no narrower limits within which to work together for the elevation of man than the outlines of the world: these were the thoughts and hopes uppermost in the minds of the founders of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.
  • American Marketing Association

  • American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

    • Website: http://www.asbmb.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: First Friday of the Month in CB 205
    • President: Kristy Hepfer - kristy.hepfer@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Scott Witherow - switherow@ut.edu
    • Description: ASBMB has a long-standing tradition of providing its members with the most current research in biochemistry and molecular biology, career support and a multitude of networking opportunities. UT's ASBMB is one of the only chapters in the southeast region and the only one in the state of Florida. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Asian Media Club

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/158056817549264/
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Rachel Donaldson - rachel.donaldson@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Daniel Dooghan - ddooghan@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Asian Media Club is to provide a common community in which students can be exposed to Asian culture, language, religion, food and also to exchange ideas and information with peers. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Athletic Training Student Organization

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    • Meeting Time/Place: First Friday of every month in HSHP 103
    • President: Michaela Moran - michaela.moran@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Heather VanOpdorp - hvanopdorp@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the organization shall be to promote and advance the profession of athletic training, encourage education and the exchange of ideas, develop and maintain professional relationships and improve the profession of athletic training at The University of Tampa, the community and beyond.
  • Balance UT

  • Baptist Christian Ministries

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    • President: Katelyn Brown - katelyn.brown@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Anthony Cheng - acheng@ut.edu
    • Description: We provide students with a community of believers in order to grow in faith. We strive to lead students to Christ and pursue an understanding and relationship with Him. We make disciples because it is what we are called to do.
  • Best Buddies International

    • Website: https://bestbuddies.org/find-programs/florida/
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: M Riley Storts - @spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: James Aubry - jaubry@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Best Buddies is to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for people with intellectual and emotional disabilities. We do this by matching student volunteers in mutually enriching friendships with persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Beta Alpha Psi

    • Website: http://www.utbap.com/
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    • President: Lauren Foss - lauren.foss@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Rachel Gambol - rgambol@ut.edu
    • Description: The purpose of this chapter shall be to instill the ideal of service as the basis of the financial information professions; to promote the study of financial information and its highest ethical standards; to act as a medium between professionals, instructors, students and others who are interested in the field of financial information; to encourage high moral, scholastic and professional achievement in its members; and, to foster cordial communication among its members and the professions generally. Membership in this organization requires an application, minimum GPA requirement and is only open to accounting majors.
  • Beta Beta Beta

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    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Devon Grey - devon.grey@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Bridgette Froeschke - bfroeschke@ut.edu
    • Description: TriBeta is a national collegiate honor society and academic fraternity for undergraduate biology students. It provides an opportunity to connect with fellow science majors, network within the community, volunteer with local organizations, and promote interest in biology and research. 
Our chapter is open to anyone interested in biological science.
  • Better Together Interfaith Group

    • Website: http://www.ifyc.org/
    • Meeting Time/Place: 8:30 p.m. every other Monday, Sykes Chapel - 107
    • President: Ioana Zanchi - ioana.zanchi@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: Better Together is an organization composed of students dedicated to interfaith cooperation on campus and in the greater community. Its purpose is to promote understanding and respect for diverse spiritual and nonspiritual beliefs by means of dialogue, education and advocacy. Better Together seeks to promote awareness and understanding of both similarities and differences between all religions, as well as establish a basis in which students can develop strong diverse friendships through interfaith cooperation. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Black Student Union

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/utampa.bsu
    • Meeting Time/Place: Mondays at 7:30 p.m. Lecture Hall B
    • President: Callieja Henderson - callieja.henderson@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Patricia Rodriguez - prodriguez@ut.edu
    • Description: The University of Tampa's Black Student Union exists to encourage a positive image of minority students and to support its members in achieving their educational and social goals. Membership in this organization is open to all students.
  • Body, Attitude, Personality and Spirit (B.A.P.S)

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    • President: Nhari Byrant - n.frederickbryant@spartan.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Joycelyn Mahone - jmahone@ut.edu
    • Description: B.A.P.S is an organization of whole-hearted and caring UT students that set out to build the self-esteem of the young people within the community. The organization will achieve the goal of helping to build self-esteem in young people by going to different schools to do outreach and hold activities that will bring awareness to the issue of bullying and how the students can overcome and rise up against it. We will also visit children in different hospitals to play games and comfort them during their stay.
  • Breathe Easy UT

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    • President: Irene Lopez Llorente - irene.lopezllorente@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: Educating on tobacco education, free cessation opportunities and smoking policies. This organization provides education on tobacco cessation opportunities, and smoking policy education. We work closely with The University of Tampa’s Public Health Department and also with the Hillsborough County Anti-Drug Alliance. As of August 1, 2016 The University of Tampa campus is completely smoke and tobacco free. To find out more about our smoking cessation classes and smoke and tobacco free policy, please
  • Business Analytics Club

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    • President: Writwika Das - writwika.das@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ali Jenzarli - ajenzarli@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Business Analytics Club at The University of Tampa is to establish collaboration between the students, professors and the industry professionals, so as to create a common platform for information sharing and knowledge transfer in the field of data and analytics.
  • Business Forum Club

  • Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/cruatut
    • Meeting Time/Place: Thursdays at 7:45 p.m.
    • President: Sara Polzin - sara.polzin@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Kim Morris - kmorris@ut.edu
    • Description: Cru exists to provide each and every UT student with an environment to investigate God, explore the idea of having a personal relationship with God and grow in that relationship. Anyone is welcome, no matter where you are on your spiritual journey. Ask questions, see, and you will find what you are looking for. You’ll learn how to relate to God and experience Christian community. Join us as we seek God together. Just remember to come as you are. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Campus Interfraternity Music Council

  • Caribbean Dance Troupe

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    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Adah Grant - adah.grant@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Sabrina Griffith - sgriffith@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Caribbean Dance Troupe is to introduce the Caribbean and West Indian cultures through the performing of calypso and reggae music to the students of The University of Tampa.
  • Caribbean Students Association

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    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Kafi T. Wright - kafi.wright@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Kendra Frorup - kfrorup@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Caribbean Student Association is to provide a medium of interaction between Caribbean students throughout The University of Tampa, and provide a prevalent community in which students can be exposed to the constituents that make up the Caribbean and West Indian cultures.
  • Catholic Student Organization

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    • Meeting Time/Place: Sundays at 5:30 p.m. on the Plant Hall Verandah
    • President: Brittany Anderson - brittany.anderson@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Lisa Ryan - rlryan@ut.edu
    • Description: The Catholic Student Organization's mission is to bring together and enrich the experience of Catholic students and the student body as a whole by providing an opportunity to enrich our lives through faith, social and community service events. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Chabad Jewish Student Union

    • Website: http://chabadut.org/
    • Meeting Time/Place: Fridays at 11 a.m. in Vaughn Center
    • President: Kayla Gutnikov - kayla.gutnikov@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Lisa Shemon - lshemon@ut.edu
    • Description: The Chabad Jewish Student Union exists to serve as a social, cultural, religious and educational organization to promote and support Jewish awareness at The University of Tampa. Membership in this organization is open to all students.
  • College Democrats

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    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesday 8 p.m. in Plant Hall 220
    • President: Casey Bauer - casey.bauer@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: William Myers - wmyers@ut.edu
    • Description: College Democrats aim to educate students about issues relevant to students and the philosophy of the Democratic Party, assist in the election of local, state and national Democratic candidates, and affect political change on the local, state and national level. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • College Diabetes Network

  • College Panhellenic Association at The University of Tampa

    • Website: http://www.utpanhellenic.org/
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Morgan Jury - Morgan.Jury@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ryne Burds - rburds@ut.edu
    • Description: The University of Tampa fraternity and sorority community provides members with the education and environment to practice leadership, scholarship, integrity and social responsibility. While promoting and holding themselves to the high standards reflected in their core values, they positively impact the University and surrounding community. Membership in this organization is by invitation through the Fall Formal Recruitment process.
  • College Republicans

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    • Meeting Time/Place: Monday 7 p.m. in Lecture Hall B
    • President: Matthew Borkan - matthew.borkan@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Lee Hoke - lhoke@ut.edu
    • Description: The objective of The University of Tampa College Republicans is to instill conservative leadership skills in students on campus and allow them the opportunity to engage in politics on a local, state and national level.
  • Cornerstone Christian Fellowship

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    • President: Joshua Bradshaw - joshua.bradshaw@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: William Ty Paniss - wpaniss@ut.edu
    • Description: The purpose of Cornerstone Student Fellowship is to serve all UT students and the college community through Christian fellowship and to help students know God through exciting activities and events.
  • Criminology Club

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    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Haley A. Maglio - haley.maglio@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Young Ju Chae - ychae@ut.edu
    • Description: Our mission for Criminology club is to promote knowledge of criminal laws, enforcement and methods of prevention.
  • Cybersecurity Club

  • Delta Gamma

    • Website: http://deltagammatampa.weebly.com
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    • President: Abby Burgess - dgutprez@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Michelle Henry - mhenry@ut.edu
    • Description: Delta Gamma's primary purpose is to create an environment for its members in which lasting friendships are established and in which members find the processes, the experiences and the disciplines which will stimulate clear thought. Its aim is to foster an atmosphere in which women will develop a deeper love and consideration for mankind, a more profound understanding of the purpose of life and a basic wisdom upon which to build their lives. Membership in this organization is by application and invitation only and has a minimum GPA requirement.
  • Delta Kappa Alpha

    • Website: http://dkatampa.squarespace.com/
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: John DeVittorio - john.devittorio@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Dana Plays - dplays@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Delta Kappa Alpha is to foster lifelong character, collaborative and creative storytelling, ethical and productive business practices, and fraternal bonds between students of the cinematic arts.
  • Delta Sigma Pi

    • Website: http://www.utdsp.com
    • Meeting Time/Place: Mondays at 10 p.m., Lecture Hall A
    • President: Darius C. Green - darius.green@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Amy Brownlee - abrownlee@ut.edu
    • Description: Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce; and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. Membership in this organization is by an invitation and interview, and has a minimum GPA requirement. Only open to business majors.
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.

    • Website: http://www.deltasigmatheta.org
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    • President: Courtney Hayman - courtney.hayman@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Tim Harding - tharding@ut.edu
    • Description: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a nonprofit organization committed to public service. Founded in 1913 by 22 collegiate women, Delta Sigma Theta aims to promote academic excellence, provide support to the under-served, educate and stimulate participation in the establishment of positive public policy, and to highlight issues and provide solutions for problems in their local community. The Tau Iota Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta aims to meet the goals of the sorority by programming for The University of Tampa and local community based on the organization's five-point programmatic thrust: economic development, educational development, international awareness and involvement, physical and mental health, and political awareness and involvement. Membership in this organization is by invitation, application and interview, and has a minimum GPA requirement.
  • Delta Zeta

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    • President: Daniela Quintyne - Daniela.Quintyne@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Tiffany Garcia - tgarcia@ut.edu
    • Description: The purpose of this sorority shall be to unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action; objects worthy of the highest aim and purpose of associated effort. The purpose of this sorority shall be advancement through the National Convention, the National Council and the college and alumnae chapters. Membership in this organization is by invitation and has a minimum GPA requirement. Please follow the Greek Life recruitment schedule for more information.
  • Digital Marketing Club

  • Diplomats

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    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesdays at 9 p.m.
    • President: Kaitlin Godwin - diplomats@ut.edu
    • Advisor: Shannon Calega - scalega@ut.edu
    • Description: This organization strives to uphold a sense of duty, loyalty, honesty and integrity among our members, to the University and others in our sphere of influence. We promote development of members and positive public opinion of our organization and beliefs. We encourage support on campus for our organization as well as all other organizations. We strive for recruitment of positive members with diverse backgrounds and motivate them to develop into productive and responsible citizens, leaders and role models. Membership in this organization is by an application and interview and has a minimum GPA requirement.
  • Disability Awareness Advisory Board

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    • Meeting Time/Place: Mondays 4-5 p.m., NWH 133
    • President: Matthew Combs - matthew.combs@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Elizabeth Schoepp - eschoepp@ut.edu
    • Description: D.A.A.B.’s mission is to promote knowledge and awareness of disabilities within the UT community.
  • DisJointed

  • Diversity Fellowship

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    • Meeting Time/Place: Fridays 4 p.m. in VC 217
    • President: Blaise Guerriero - blaise.guerriero@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Julie Leblanc - jleblanc@ut.edu
    • Description: It shall be the duty of The University of Tampa Diversity Fellowship to foster a spirit of inclusion through the dissemination of information, the active involvement of fellows on campus and the appreciation of diverse backgrounds on campus and in the community. The Diversity Fellowship will serve as a liaison between the student body and The University of Tampa faculty and staff. Membership in this organization is by an application and interview, and has a minimum GPA requirement.
  • Emergency Medical Services Club

  • Environment Protection Coalition (EPC)

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    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesdays 8:30 p.m./Vaughn Center Room 212
    • President: Faith Taylor - faith.taylor@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Taegan McMahon - tmcmahon@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of this organization is to build a better community effort to protect the earth and the animals in it through education and service. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Equestrian Club

    • Website: http://utequestrianteam.weebly.com
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Katharine Kronheim - katharine.kronheim@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Mason Meers - mmeers@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of The University of Tampa's Equestrian Club/Team is to facilitate the education of UT students in horseback riding, horsemanship skills and love for horses. They also aid students in establishing a bond between the horse and rider while providing a safe environment in which to do so. Their program consists of English and Western instruction through which students have the option to compete against other collegiate institutions via participation in horse shows conducted through the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) or simply ride for their own pleasure and personal development. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Expressive Arts Coalition

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    • President: Cara Hazel - cara.hazel@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Susan Taylor Lennon - stlennon@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Expressive Arts Coalition is to build connections between the various avenues of the arts at The University of Tampa with the common goal of providing creative outlets for expression. Our goal is to reach out to those who love art of any kind; be it visual, music, theatre, dance or writing. We hope to encourage members and students to actively express themselves and raise awareness of the creative therapies.
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes

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    • President: Haley Pigott - haley.pigott@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Leslie Williams - lwilliams@ut.edu
    • Description: We exist to present UT students, coaches and all whom they influence with the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. We want to serve Him in our relationships with each other and in the fellowship of the church.
  • Field Hockey Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesdays and Thursdays 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at the Lacrosse Field
    • President: Kelly Reilly - Utampafieldhockey@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Eric Vlahov - evlahov@ut.edu
    • Description: This mission of this organization is to unite field hockey players, men and women, at The University of Tampa, both at the advanced and beginning levels. The organization's goal is to improve our skills together to compete within our own University as well as others in the area, state and country.
  • Financial Management Association

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    • President: Nathan Frost - nathan.frost@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Speros Margetis - smargetis@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of The University of Tampa Investment Club/ Financial Management Association is to provide its members a complete understanding of investment management, to develop practical hands on investment skills and to create a learning environment through professional interaction within the financial/ securities community.
  • Financial Wellness Organization

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    • President: Jennika Lebron - jennika.lebron@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: This organization focuses on educating college students on personal financial wellness. Financial literacy is the knowledge gained to implement the most effective and successful money management practices. Financial literacy is vital for an individuals’ professional and personal growth.
  • Fishing Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Katie-Lynn Roberts - katielynn.roberts@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Charles Yezak - cyezak@ut.edu
    • Description: The Fishing Club is at UT to satisfy students who are enthusiastic about fishing and want to have a great time. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Flag Football

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Houston Walls - houston.walls@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Joshua Pullens - jpullens@ut.edu
    • Description: To compete at intercollegiate flag football tournaments with a high level of excellence, representing The University of Tampa well with both high quality play and character.
  • Focusing on Optimal Dietetics for Students (FOODS)

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    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Carly Zimbone - carly.zimbone@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: FOODS (Focusing On Optimal Dietetics for Students) is a student-run organization at The University of Tampa. Alongside a whole host of other groups, FOODS is a 'Live Well at UT' initiative, and works in partnership with many other health and wellness-related organizations, both on and off campus. At FOODS we aim to provide UT students access to resources that will help them to create and maintain healthy attitudes and habits towards nutrition. By doing so, we hope to improve the lives of students, so that they may excel in and out of the classroom.
  • Forming Healthy Individuals Together

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    • President: Shannon Irwin - shannon.irwin@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: Forming Healthy Individuals Together provides an environment and support system that encourages students to incorporate fitness into their lifestyle.
  • French Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Derrick Sims - derrick.simms@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Vanessa Rukholm - vrukholm@ut.edu
    • Description: A place for any students at The University of Tampa who are interested in French life, culture and language to get together and become a community. There is no need to be able to speak French, all level speakers will be welcomed with open arms. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Friends of Internationals

    • Website: http://www.utinternationals.com
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Katelyn Brown - katelyn.brown@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Cecilia Wolf - cwolf@ut.edu
    • Description: Friends of Internationals' primary mission is to assist international students, scholars and their friends and family living on or near a Canadian or U.S. university campus. We serve internationals by helping them adjust to a new culture and in building good relationships with people. We want our international friends to be safe, enjoy their time here and learn about our culture and beliefs. We offer things like: conversational English groups, free airport transportation, day trips, weekend retreats, holiday events, Bible studies, home meal visits, Friendship partners, and help with everyday life. We are, in our leadership, a Christian ministry that believes that every person is made in the image of God, and we are committed to helping internationals regardless of their race, nationality or religion.
  • Gluten-Free Improv

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    • Meeting Time/Place: Fridays at 5 p.m. in Reeves Theater
    • President: Spencer Hubbard - spencer.hubbard@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Paul Finoochiaro - pfinoochiaro@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Gluten Free Improv Club is to encourage laughter and smiles through the theater art of improvisation. We want everyone to become comfortable making up conversation on the spot. Our dream is to provide an outlet for students that love to act and be themselves. The club presidents are Griffin Guinta and Steven Card, and they can be reached at griffin.guinta@spartans.ut.edu and steven.card@spartans.ut.edu.
  • Graduate Instructional Design Association (GRID)

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Craig M. Cuatt - craig.cuatt@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Enilda Romero Hall - eromerohall@ut.edu
    • Description: The Graduate Instructional Design (GRID) Association will provide student support, additional domain based training, community service opportunities, research support, funding for conference attendance and networking for graduate level students enrolled in The University of Tampa’s Instructional Design and Technology program, as well as those interested in the field including undergraduate students.
  • Guitar Club

    • Website:
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    • President: Chase Corley - chase.corley@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Aaron Wood - awood@ut.edu
    • Description: The Guitar Club's purpose is to promote excellence by mastering one’s instrument and to engage in thoughtful, interesting and fun discussions on guitar related topics.
  • Gymnastics Club

  • Habitat for Humanity at University of Tampa

    • Website:
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    • President: Patryk Klimek - patryk.klimek@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Valerie Calderon - vccalderon@ut.edu
    • Description: Driven by the vision that everyone needs a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity has grown from a grassroots effort that began on a community farm in southern Georgia in 1976 to a global nonprofit housing organization in nearly 1,400 communities across the U.S. and in over 70 countries. People partner with Habitat for Humanity to build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. Through financial support, volunteering or adding a voice to support affordable housing, everyone can help families achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build better lives for themselves.
  • Hammock Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Patrick Sullivan - patrick.sullivan@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Daniel Diaz Vidal - ddiazvidal@ut.edu
    • Description: If you have ever walked by, done homework at or even just relaxed near the riverside on campus, you've likely noticed the perfectly spaced palm trees. These must have been intended for hammocking! Join the club and come relax in your hammock and enjoy the great view.
  • He for She Student Association

    • Website:
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    • President: Alexis Carro - alexis.carro@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Denis Rey - denis.rey@ut.edu
    • Description: HeForShe is a solidarity movement for gender equality developed by UN Women to engage men and boys as advocates and agents of change for the achievement of gender equality and women's rights. The campaign encourages them to speak out and take action against inequalities faced by women and girls.
  • Healing Arts

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Mondays at 7 p.m. in Edison Room 101
    • President: Cara Hazel - cara.hazel@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Healing Arts is to build connections between the various avenues of the arts at UT with the common goal of providing creative outlets for expression. Our goal is to reach out to those who love art of any kind; be it visual, music, theater, dance or writing. We hope to encourage members and students to actively express themselves and raise awareness of creative therapies.
  • Hillel (Jewish Student Organization)

    • Website: http://www.hillel.org
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Talia Shuman - talia.shuman@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Brent Benner - bbenner@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Hillel is to contribute to the larger community by creating a vibrant Jewish community in which all students at The University of Tampa can explore and express their Jewish identity in a way that is meaningful to them by providing cultural, religious, social, educational and counseling services to all students. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Honors Council

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/uthonors/
    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesdays at 6 p.m. in VC 219
    • President: Carla Shapira - carla.shapira@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ryan Cragun - rcragun@ut.edu
    • Description: The purpose of Honors Council is to maintain and enhance excellence in scholarship of University of Tampa Honors Program members in all fields of study; and to advance the personal development of the student in any academic, social, cultural and service pursuits to the betterment of The University of Tampa campus and community.
  • HOSA

  • I Am That Girl

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Kate Beeken - kathleen.beeken@ut.edu
    • Advisor: Judy Hayden - jhayden@ut.edu
    • Description: "I am that girl" is a nationwide movement that cares about women's mental health and physical insecurities. It has a transformative understanding on the epidemic self-doubt that affects girls around the world and aims to promote self-worth. Our organization on campus is connected to the nationwide movement, but we can work independently - which means we can focus on issues that we perceive on our campus. It is opened for everyone - including men!
  • Ice Hockey Team

    • Website: http://ut.edu/utampahockey
    • Meeting Time/Place: Wednesdays at 11 p.m. at Brandon Ice Forum; game schedule available on team website
    • President: George "Carter" Haines - george.haines@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Steve Kucera - skucera@ut.edu
    • Description: The UT Ice Hockey team's mission is to field a fiercely competitive hockey team of honorable scholar athletes that wins hockey games and earns the respect of others, regardless of the outcome of a match, both on and off the ice. Students are selected based on a tryout and must meet minimum credit hour and GPA requirements to be eligible to skate. Game schedule is available on team website.
  • Indian Cultural Association

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Janica Daryanani - janica.daryanani@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Jaini Chhaya - jchhaya@ut.edu
    • Description: Indian Cultural Association seeks to unite and promote Indian culture and serve as a platform to learn and be a part of Indian culture. We exist to provide support and encouragement to primarily Indian, as well as other cultures across campus. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Institute of Management Accountants

    • Website: http://www.tampabay.imanet.org/
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Madison King - madison.king@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Rob Goodwin - rgoodwin@ut.edu
    • Description: The IMA aims to help strengthen the career development of student members, forge meaningful and long-lasting relationships between members and professionals, and encourage students to consider obtaining a CMA (Certified Management Accountants) certification upon graduation.
  • Interfraternity Council

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Mondays at 7 p.m. in Vaughn Center Room 219
    • President: Robert Flagg - ifc@ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ryne Burds - rburds@ut.edu
    • Description: United in the belief that among social fraternities there may be common issues beyond the scope of individual action; that where there is lack of purpose, there is difference of opinion; that absolute freedom from governance provides no freedom, but chaos; that the programs and selfregulation ascribe to the fraternity system are not beyond the control of the system itself; we, the duly elected or appointed members of the Interfraternity Council and brothers or member chapters will dedicate ourselves to the betterment of relations between fraternities and student organizations at The University of Tampa.
  • International Media Club

  • International Student Organization

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Sara Setargew - sara.setargew@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Lisa Ryan - rlryan@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of ISO is to promote international culture and diversity on campus. We are a home away from home for any international student who needs friends on campus or some guidance to how to adapt the American culture, we host different events in relation to this and with other international organizations on campus to bring awareness of the different cultures that exist on campus . Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

    • Website: http://IVUT.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: Thursdays at 8 p.m. in Walker Hall, Lecture Hall A
    • President: Andres Ayala - andres.ayala@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Monnie Wertz - mhwertz@ut.edu
    • Description: A multi-ethnic, Jesus-centered, witnessing community at The University of Tampa that is desiring to give students at UT a chance to grow spiritually and live out the faith. They live that out by gathering in small Bible studies throughout the week discovering God through his word and gathering on a weekly basis for a time of worship, community and outreach. Membership in this organization is open to all students.
  • Iota Tau Alpha

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: McKenzie Makar - mckenzie.makar@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: J.C. Andersen - jcandersen@ut.edu
    • Description: The purpose of Iota Tau Alpha Training Education Honors Society is the promotion and encouragement of scholarly activity in athletic training and the recognition of outstanding achievement among students enrolled in athletic training educational programs.
  • Italian Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Megan Lucchesi - megan.lucchesi@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Vanessa Rukholm - vrukholm@ut.edu
    • Description: The Italian club will be a place for students who are interested in learning more about the language and culture to engage with one another. It also provides students an opportunity for students to practice their Italian language skills outside of their class environment and among their fellow peers.
  • Kappa Alpha Theta

    • Website: http://www.utkao.com
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Rachel Buttolph - ceoetatau@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Stephanie Russell-Krebs - srkrebs@ut.edu
    • Description: Yesterday, today and tomorrow, Kappa Alpha Theta exists to nurture each member throughout her college and alumnae experience and to offer a lifelong opportunity for social, intellectual and moral growth as she meets the higher and broader demands of mature life. Membership in this organization is by invitation and requires a minimum GPA.
  • Kappa Delta Pi

    • Website: http://www.kdp.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Kristian Givens - kristian.givens@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Merrie Tankersley - mtankersley@ut.edu
    • Description: Kappa Delta Pi aims to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership and service. Membership in this organization requires an application and interview, has a minimum GPA requirement and is only open to education majors.
  • Kappa Kappa Psi

    • Website: http://www.kkpsi.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Melissa Rainone - melissa.rainone@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Grigorios Zamparas - gzamparas@ut.edu
    • Description: Kappa Kappa Psi is a fraternal organization that promotes the advancement of college and university bands through dedicated service and support to bands, comprehensive education, leadership opportunities and recognition for the benefit of its members and society.
  • Kuwaiti Student Organization

    • Website:
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    • President: Bader Alhammad - bader.alhammad@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: George Daponte - gdaponte@ut.edu
    • Description: The purposes of this organization are helping the high number of Kuwaiti students at UT to represent Kuwait as a country through cultural and identifying events, and help students from other countries to know more about Kuwait. We will help students meet each other and help international students to know more about The University of Tampa facilities and rules.
  • Lambda Chi Alpha

    • Website:
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    • President: Jason Ryan - Jason.Ryan@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Abraham Miller - abraham.miller@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Lambda Chi Alpha is to offer the best fraternal experience, focusing on personal character development through leadership, scholarship, community service and positive social experience.
  • Live Well UT

    • Website: http://www.livewellut.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: Fridays 8:30 a.m. in ICB 230
    • President: Beanne Brown - wellness@ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: Live Well UT is a group of students and staff whose mission is to provide a forum for wellness initiatives to increase healthy behaviors for the UT community. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Magic the Gathering Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Thursdays at 9 p.m. in East Walker Hall 112
    • President: Blake A. Roberts - blake.roberts@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ryan Cragun - rcragun@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Magic the Gathering Club is to help students at The University of Tampa to broaden their interests and have fun relaxing after tests. We play Magic the Gathering and other games and have tournaments where any student is allowed to join.
  • Math Club

  • MEDLIFE UT

  • Men and Women Body Building Team

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Alexandria Meeloco - alexandria.meeloco@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Kristen Foltz - kfoltz@ut.edu
    • Description: Our mission is to encourage students to present bodybuilding/bikini competitions featuring full time students here at UT. We feel this will benefit The University of Tampa by bringing awareness of the sport. In addition, we want to show students and members the benefits of dedication, commitment and consistency that hard work can achieve. We want to let other students realize that there is a safe place for them to participate if they have an interest in bodybuilding. Membership in this organization requires an application and minimum GPA of 2.0.
  • Men's and Women's Crew Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Mondays through Fridays at 4 p.m. in the McNeel Boathouse
    • President: Maxie-Lew Dunn - maxielew.dunn@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: William Dunlap - wdunlap@ut.edu
    • Description: The goal of the Men's and Women's Crew Club is to form a team of intercollegiate athletes for the purpose of participating in practices, events, races and to promote student participation in rowing. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Microfinance Club

  • Moroccan

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Michael H. Treadway - michael.treadway@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Joshua Waggoner - jwaggoner@ut.edu
    • Description: The University of Tampa's yearbook, The Moroccan, chronicles each major event of campus life during the academic year. The publication offers opportunities for gaining editorial, business and advertising experience. The purpose is to record and photograph events held by and involving UT students throughout the academic year. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students. Students will learn to write and edit copy, quotes, and headlines; take and crop digital photographs; use software specific to yearbook production; and manage business aspects of publishing a yearbook. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Multi Cultural Greek Council

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Sabrina Schmidt - waya68.slg@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Ryne Burds - rburds@ut.edu
    • Description: The Multicultural Greek Council strives to preserve and promote diversity, scholarship and service to The University of Tampa campus, the community and its members. MGC encourages cooperation and harmony among member organizations and promotes cohesion among all University of Tampa Greeks. It serves as a liaison between the University authorities and member organizations in matters of common interest. Membership in this organization is open to students in Greek life only.
  • National Pan-Hellenic Council

    • Website: http://www.ut.edu/greeklife/
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Isaiah Jordan - utnphcpresident@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Ryne Burds - rburds@ut.edu
    • Description: UT's NPHC aims to coordinate and cooperate amongst the five organizations in the National Pan-Hellenic Council programs and serve the UT and Tampa Bay community. Membership is this organization is only for active Divine Nine organizations at The University of Tampa.
  • National Society for Collegiate Scholars

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Christopher Canavan - christopher.canavan@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Vikas Jain - vjain@ut.edu
    • Description: NSCS is an honors society that invites and elevates high-achieving college students while recognizing and rewarding members throughout their lifetime. NSCS Chapter at UT will offer its members an opportunity for scholarships, in addition to leadership opportunities on campus, internship opportunities, career and job opportunities after graduation, and much more. It is a great platform to get to know other students on campus, get involved and further develop leadership skills.
  • Neon

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Haley Ward - haley.ward@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Shane Hinton - shinton@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Neon is to foster a creative and literary community on campus by showcasing student work in the annual journal, producing events like open mics and inviting a coffeehouse writer to workshop with students. Membership in this organization is by invitation only and requires an application.
  • Omega Alpha Pi International Sorority

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Silindile Rampa-Luhembwe - Sahaswara.oap@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Beth Eschenfelder - beschenfelder@ut.edu
    • Description: Omega Alpha Pi seeks to unify humans (with a focus on women) across the world with love and acceptance by breaking societal boundaries.
  • OneLove

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Anna Sterlacci - anna.sterlacci@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Amanda Firestone - afirestone@ut.edu
    • Description: OneLove is a community of students who love animals. We are a support group as well as a discussion forum for all animal-related issues. Above all, we embrace an all-encompassing love that does not discriminate based on species.
  • Order of Omega

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Alyssa Beeman - alyssa.beeman@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ryne Burds - rburds@ut.edu
    • Description: Order of Omega is an honors society for students affiliated with fraternity and sorority life at The University of Tampa.
  • Outdoor Venture Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: David Laverty - David.Laverty@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Charles Yezak - cyezak@ut.edu
    • Description: Venturing's purpose is to provide positive experiences to help young people mature and to prepare them to become responsible and caring adults. Young adults involved in Venturing will: 1) Learn to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling the values in the Scout Oath and Scout Law. 2) Experience a program that is fun and full of challenge and adventure. 3) Become a skilled training and program resource for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and other groups. 4) Acquire skills in the areas of high adventure, sports, arts and hobbies, or religious life. 5) Experience positive leadership from adult and youth leaders and be given opportunities to take on leadership roles. 6) Have a chance to learn and grow in a supportive, caring and fun environment.
  • Paintball Club

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/UTSpartansPaintball
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Alan Outeiral - alan.outeiral@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Sean Maddan - smaddan@ut,edu
    • Description: Our mission as a paintball organization is to promote the sport of paintball around campus and give students the chance to play paintball in an competitive, but fun environment. This also gives the opportunity to provide students a way to socialize with fellow students who share their similar interest in paintball.
  • Paws for a Cause

  • PEACE Volunteer Center

    • Website: http://www.ut.edu/peace
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Daniel Holahan - daniel.holahan@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ian McGinnity - imcginnity@ut.edu
    • Description: PEACE Co-Presidents: Jen Sanchez - jennifer.sanchez@spartans.ut.edu Dan Holahan - daniel.holahan@spartans.ut.edu The PEACE (People Exploring Active Community Experiences) Volunteer Center is The University of Tampa's volunteer organization for students, faculty and staff. Committed to community and campus service, the PEACE mission is to increase volunteerism at UT through direct service and advocacy. Our office is equipped with referrals, resources, group service projects and education. In addition, we will promote advocacy through social action, empowerment and representation of underprivileged groups.
  • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity

    • Website: http://www.pad.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: Walker Hall 108 from 6:30–7:30 p.m.
    • President: Alexandra McCormack - alexandra.mccormack@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Kristen Foltz - kfoltz@ut.edu
    • Description: Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International is a professional law fraternity advancing integrity, compassion and courage through service to the student, the school, the profession and the community.
  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.

    • Website: http://pbs1914.org
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Adrian Thomas - adrian.thomas@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: David Ramnarine - dramnarine@ut.edu
    • Description: The brothers of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. are the fraternity's most valuable resource and strength. They are primary means by which the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity objectives will be achieved. In order to accomplish the fraternity’s objectives it is essential that systems are instituted that effectively embody our motto “Culture for service, Service for humanity” and promotes our principles which are, Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service. Membership in this organization is by invitation only. It requires an application and interview, and has a minimum GPA requirement.
  • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Anthony Mastellone - anthony.mastellone@ut.edu
    • Advisor: Anthony Pinto - apinto@ut.edu
    • Description: An honor society to recognize and encourage superior scholarship.
  • Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America

    • Website: http://www.sinfonia.org
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Ryan Widd - ryan.widd@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: RYan Hebert - rhebert@ut.edu
    • Description: The objective of this fraternity shall be for the development of the best and truest fraternity spirit, the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, the advancement of music in America and a loyalty to the alma mater. Membership in this organization is by invitation and interview. It requires a minimum GPA.
  • Photography Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Erik Fontano - erik.fontano@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Corey George - cgeorge@ut.edu
    • Description: Our club will capture the city and The University of Tampa through photographs. We will take pictures of the school and city in order to show how students see the city we live in. We will also be putting the photographs on a blog and an Instagram in order to get the students photos out there so everyone can see their work. It will be a fun and relaxed club that allows students to express themselves through photographs.
  • Pi Beta Phi

    • Website: http://www.pibetaphi.org
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Emily Cartafaksa - flzetacp@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Jacquelyn Edwards - jedwards@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
  • Pi Kappa Phi

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Anthony Mastellone - Anthony.Mastellone@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Anthony Pinto - Apinto@spartans.ut.edu
    • Description: Pi Kappa Phi was founded on the premise of creating leadership opportunities for our members. Our founders exemplified leadership in the classroom, on the athletic field, in campus politics and within the community. Leadership is the very root of our organization, and it is the concept of leadership that shall guide us to our future.
  • Poet's Society

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Victoria Sunseri - victoria.sunseri@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Caroline Hovanec - chovanec@spartans.ut.edu
    • Description: Poet's Society aims to foster an open environment where students feel comfortable sharing their poetry with fellow peers. During each meeting various poetry styles and structures will be discussed. In addition, we will educate our members on esteemed poets to promote the development of member's poetry skills by expanding their knowledge. A part of our mission is to bring local poets to campus as well as to plan trips to open mic nights in the area.
  • Pre-Physician Assistant Association

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Alyssa Beeman - alyssa.beeman@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ronda Sturgill - rsturgill@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Pre-Physician Assistant Association is to provide a means for students aspiring to be physician assistants to better achieve their goals by enhancing their education. We will best prepare students for their future career goals by use of material from up-to-date PA school information provided by PA schools in Florida as well as other states in the U.S. with accredited PA programs. The association aims to consolidate information and resources concerning physician assistant program admission requirements, application procedures and health experience opportunities; to inform members about the history and purpose of the profession; and to provide familiarity with the healthcare system. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Presidents Leadership Fellows

    • Website: http://www.ut.edu/leadership/presidentfellows
    • Meeting Time/Place: Wednesdays at 4 p.m. location TBA
    • President: Madeline Siebert - madeline.siebert@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: - plf@ut.edu
    • Description: The President's Leadership Fellows at The University of Tampa are dedicated to academic excellence, in addition to the development of leadership skills. Over the course of participating in the four-year program, focus is placed on the participants developing leadership skills within self and team, as well as creating social change within the community and becoming a global leader. Membership in the President's Leadership Fellows is by application and interview prior to freshman year and has a minimum GPA requirement.
  • Psychology Club

    • Website: https://orgsync.com/71223/chapter
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Forrest Harrison - forrest.harrison@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Cynthia Gangi - cgangi@ut.edu
    • Description: The psych club has finally made it to UT campus, and we plan to unify psych majors, minors and people who are interested in psychology. We'll have social events, community service events, field trips, fundraisers and more! Join the group to keep up with events, and stop by to check out the meetings (don't forget to bring your friends)!
  • Public Health Student Association

  • Relay for Life

    • Website: http://relayforlife.org/utfl
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Emily P. Lang/ Marie Doffermyre - emily.lang@spartans.ut.edu/ mare.doffermyre@ut.edu
    • Advisor: Patricia Rodriguez - prodriguez@ut.edu
    • Description: Co Event Leads: Leah Kedzuf - leah.kedzuf@spartans.ut.edu Danielle Fabian - danielle.fabian@spartans.ut.edu Relay for Life runs the American Cancer Society's signature fundraising event on campus. It fundraises money to fight back against cancer. Through Relay For Life, we mobilize the world’s largest movement to defeat cancer once and for all. We fundraise to provide the American Cancer Society with money for its groundbreaking research and the many community programs it has for cancer patients and their families. We’re fighting for every birthday in our community and we will not stop until we have found a cure for cancer! Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Residence Hall Association

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesdays at 8 p.m. in Brevard Community Room
    • President: Brianna Robinson - brianna.robinson@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Tyler Sanders - tsanders@ut.edu
    • Description: The Residence Hall Association helps plan programs for residents in their building that educate and stimulate the environment and resident relationships. They strive to make campus life fun and enjoyable for every hall. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • RESPOND

  • Roots & Shoots

  • Rotaract

    • Website: http://rotaract.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Megan Conroy - megan.conroy@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Colleen Itani - citani@ut.edu
    • Description: Rotaract stands for “Rotary in Action” and it is designed to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
  • SALLE

  • SAP Certification Study Group

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Siddharth Mitra - siddharth.mitra@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Farouq Alhourani - falhourani@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission is to create awareness among students about the latest happenings in the SAP field and to guide and help students to complete their SAP ERP 6.0 certification workshop and exam.
  • Scuba Diving and Snorkeling Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. in Riverside 113
    • President: Jennifer Wright - jennifer.wright@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Michael Middlebrooks - mmiddlebrooks@ut.edu
    • Description: The University of Tampa Scuba Diving and Snorkeling Club should be a way for students to find other students with like interest in all areas of this recreational sport. The club should promote safe scuba diving and snorkeling practices by allowing interactions of students with like interest. This in turn can provide scuba diving or snorkeling partners if students wish to participate in these activities in their own time. The club will hold meetings that outline interest in such areas of scuba diving and snorkeling. Then based off expressed interest, off campus diving and snorkeling locations will be found and visited.
  • Service Oriented Spartans (SOS)

    • Website: https://orgsync.com/123892/chapter
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Paige Randazzo - paige.randazzo@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Jamie Pilarczyk - jpilarczyk@ut.edu
    • Description: Service Oriented Spartans (SOS), formerly the Peace Corps Club, is dedicated to informing students of unique career opportunities through volunteer service. Through the teaching process, we hope to make students aware of the Peace Corps mission and the role of a volunteer. Our purpose is to help students prepare for the application process by gaining field experience within the community and advising throughout undergraduate studies. Therefore, we hope to serve the student body as a medium between the students and the Peace Corps. Regardless of whether or not the student chooses to be a future Peace Corps volunteer, our goal is to spread awareness of the organization and allow students to explore their options as global minded citizens.
  • She's the First UT

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/shesthefirstutampa/
    • Meeting Time/Place: Thursdays at 7 p.m. in Plant Hall 327
    • President: Kori Lannaman - kori.lannaman@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Kevin Fridy - kfridy@ut.edu
    • Description: Our national organization mission is to provide girls in developing nations an education and to promote awareness of poverty in these developing nations. Our chapter organization goals for this year are to get a minimum of 15 members (women/men) to join our organization and to raise $1,000 to provide two girls with an education.
  • Sigma Alpha Iota

    • Website:
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    • President: Marybeth Lambert - marybeth.lambert@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Tara Swartzbaugh - tswartzbaugh@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity is to encourage, nurture and support the art of music. Membership in this organization requires a minimum GPA.
  • Sigma Chi

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Igor Radwanski - igor.radwanski@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Lance Tackett - ltackett@ut.edu
    • Description: Membership in this organization requires an invitation, an interview and has a minimum GPA requirement.
  • Sigma Delta Tau

    • Website: http://sigmadeltatautampa.weebly.com
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Shannon Wedel - shannon.wedel@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Christina Skowronek - cskowronek@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Sigma Delta Tau is to enrich the lifetime experience of women of similar ideals, to build lasting friendships and to foster personal growth. Sigma Delta Tau shall encourage each member to reach her fullest potential by providing intellectual, philanthropic, leadership and social opportunities within a framework of mutual respect and high ethical standards. To achieve these goals, we will: Strive for excellence by providing the best possible service to each chapter and each member. Join as partners with colleges and universities in the pursuit of academic success for our members. Perpetuate our values and traditions while adapting to meet the challenges of the future. Promote lifetime commitment and active involvement as Sigma Delta Tau alumnae. Membership in this organization requires an invitation and a minimum GPA.
  • Sigma Gamma Rho

    • Website:
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    • President: Nikea Veney - nikea.veney@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Shannon Calega - scalega@ut.edu
    • Description: Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., aims to enhance the quality of life within the community. Public service, leadership development and education of youth are the hallmarks of the organization's programs and activities. Sigma Gamma Rho addresses concerns that impact society educationally, civically and economically. The organization was founded on and continues to be steadfastly committed to the tenets of excellence in scholarship, sisterhood and service. Sigma Gamma Rho has a proud legacy of providing positive and proactive community leadership and support when and wherever needed as indicated by the sorority's international slogan, "Greater Service, Greater Progress." Sigma Gamma Rho offers its members opportunities to develop their unique talents through leadership training and involvement in sorority activities.
  • Sigma Kappa

    • Website:
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    • President: Marcella Costello - marcella.costello@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Julie LeBlanc - jleblanc@ut.edu
    • Description: Sigma Kappa is the newest Panhellenic sorority at UT. To see what we are about, check out our social media pages: FB: https://www.facebook.com/UTSigmaKappa/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/utsigmakappa/ Tumblr: http://utsigmakappa.tumblr.com/
  • Sigma Lambda Beta

    • Website: http://wix.com/uoftbetas/betas
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Daniel "Shiloh" Cajina - tampabetas@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Jennifer Battaglia - jbattaglia@ut.edu
    • Description: This organization is committed to create and expand multicultural leadership, promote academic excellence, advance cultural awareness and service while establishing a brotherhood amongst all intelligent and dedicated young men on universities across the nation. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Sigma Lambda Gamma

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Rachel Figueiroa - rachel.figueiroa@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Jeffrey Skowronek - jskowronek@ut.edu
    • Description: Sigma Lambda Gamma strives to be the premier organization committed to providing a mechanism of empowerment to all women. We promote academic excellence and higher education for all women via a dedication and incorporation of the sorority principles – academics, community service, cultural awareness, morals and ethics, and social interaction – in our lives. We serve the needs of our neighbors through a mutual respect and understanding of our varying cultures. Membership in this organization is by invitation, application and interview and requires a minimum GPA.
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Nicholas Barber - Nicholas.Barber@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Suzanne Pratt - spratt@ut.edu
    • Description: Sigma Phi Epsilon Florida Zeta is committed to building balanced men through the cardinal principles of virtue, diligence and brotherly love. All brothers are held to a high standard of actively engaging a sound body and sound mine, thus resulting in building balanced men that will be successful not only at The University of Tampa but for the rest of their lives. Membership in this organization is by invitation and requires an interview and a minimum GPA.
  • Sigma Tau Delta

    • Website: http://www.english.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Victoria Maxedon - victoria.maxedon@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Daniel Dooghan - ddooghan@ut.edu
    • Description: Sigma Tau Delta is the international English Honors Society. The organization's goal is to promote interest in literature and writing at The University of Tampa. Through a combination of scholarship and service activities, they will foster all aspects of English studies. They plan to get involved with nonprofit community organizations whose purpose is to promote literacy. They will maintain a high level of academic excellence, but will also act as a social gathering spot for those interested in literature, language and writing at The University of Tampa. Membership in this organization is by application and requires a minimum GPA.
  • Skull and Bones

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/UTSKBAED/
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Brianna Yaeger - brianna.yaeger@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ann Williams - ahwilliams@ut.edu
    • Description: Skull and Bones is a pre-health professional organization split into three different committees. Pre Medical School Committee, Pre Dental Committee, and Pre Veterinary School. Our organization helps students become successful in their desired field by recruiting guest speakers, volunteer opportunites, and also hosting trips to graduate schools in the area. We also provide workshops for standardized test prep including; MCAT, GRE, etc. For more information on how to get involved, please email president Daniel Indorato (daniel.indorato@spartans.ut.edu).
  • Society for Collegiate Leadership & Achievement

    • Website:
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    • President: Melisa Blasky - melisa.blasky@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Kacy Tillman - ktillman@ut.edu
    • Description: The Society of Collegiate Leadership & Achievement (SCLA), honors students’ achievement and empowers them to be the leaders of tomorrow. We aim to maximize student potential through our powerful, customized skills development platform, vibrant mentor and peer community, and competency-based certification. Our members become leaders who stand out from the crowd!
  • Society for Conservation Biology

    • Website:
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    • President: Sarah Noonan - sarah.noonan@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Jessa Madosky - jmadosky@ut.edu
    • Description: The Tampa Bay Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology exists for the betterment of the University of Tampa campus and Tampa Bay community as a whole. The Chapter will promote conservation on the University of Tampa campus and throughout the Tampa Bay community by following the example set by the international Society for Conservation Biology.
  • Sociology Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Ashley Jensen - ashley.jensen@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Brittany Harder - bharder@ut.edu
    • Description: The Sociology Club aspires to hold a Speaker's Corner concerning world poverty. During the event, students will be welcomed to take the stage and offer their individual perspective as to how they can help eliminate poverty both in the U.S., in particular, and internationally. They also plan to have protests, letter-writing campaigns and other events.
  • Spanish Dance Team

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/105941566103516/?fref=ts
    • Meeting Time/Place: Sundays at 7 p.m. in the Edison Dance Building
    • President: Karimar Prieto - karimar.prieto@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Susannah LeMarquand - slemarquand@ut.edu
    • Description: The Spanish Dance Team is committed to providing a welcoming environment to those who seek to express their talent and love for Spanish music and dance in a comfortable atmosphere where their full potential is reached and they can strive for their ultimate goals. Membership in this organization has set requirements.
  • Spartan Abroad Ambassadors

    • Website: http://www.ut.edu/educationabroad
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Allison Johnson - allison.johnson@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Stephen Farley - sfarley@ut.edu
    • Description: The Spartans Abroad Ambassadors aim to appropriately represent The University of Tampa's study abroad program by building a strong leadership team to create more awareness of study abroad options throughout campus. We plan to coordinate group events and meetings to enable us to provide help and support to past, present and future travelers while displaying leadership and responsibility characteristics. We wish to offer guidance and information to those students seeking to study abroad and act as an extended branch of the Office of International Programs.
  • Spartan Calisthenics Club

    • Website:
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    • President: Greg Slaton - ut.calisthenics@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Abrahamm Miller - abraham.miller@ut.edu
    • Description: The Spartan's Calisthenics Club is all about body weight exercise in any form and capacity. Stop on by and try it out!
  • Spartan Climbers

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: James Lawson - james.lawson@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Rob Masserini - rmasserini@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Spartan Climbers is to provide University students the means necessary to pursue the sport of rock climbing. It also challenges individuals, physically and mentally, to improve their individual climbing skills and attain a sense of self-achievement through personal and peer motivation.
  • Spartan Mentors

    • Website:
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    • President: Emily Straley - emily.straley@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Tiffany Garcia - tgarcia@ut.edu
    • Description: The Spartan Mentors program provides work study eligible students with an opportunity to earn money while giving back to the community. Spartan Mentors tutor elementary and middle school students within the Tampa community on subjects such as math, science and reading. Spartan Mentors also assist teachers with co-curricular activities such as cooking, music, photography and sports. The Spartan Mentors program is ideal for those studying education, however students of any major are encouraged to explore this work opportunity.
  • Spartan Promotions Club

    • Website: http://www.tampaspartans.com/page.asp?articleID=358
    • Meeting Time/Place: Fridays at 4 p.m. in the Athletics Conference Room
    • President: Drew Anderson - drew.anderson@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Gil Swalls - gswalls@ut.edu
    • Description: Our purpose is to create awareness, primarily on campus, about University of Tampa athletic events and to promote attendance at events, through any approved means of advertising, personal appearances or events we can execute. We are to create a lively atmosphere at our events by producing mini-games, contests, prize giveaways, entertainers and sponsored activities.
  • Spartan Scarlets

    • Website: http://www.utspartanscarlets.com/about.html
    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. in Edison Building
    • President: N/Samantha D. Tumicki - samantha.tumicki@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Susannah LeMarquand - slemarquand@ut.edu
    • Description: The Spartan Scarlets are UT’s Dance Team and represent the school in an annual dance competition. The team looks forward to providing quality entertainment at events and help to increase school spirit. Membership in this organization is by interview and requires a minimum GPA.
  • Spartan Sustained Dialogue

    • Website: https://orgsync.com/95893/chapter
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Caroline Stadler - caroline.stadler@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addy Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: The Office of Student Affairs is committed to fostering a learning environment that respects and values the dignity of all persons. As a core value, we strive for diversity by: •Creating a learning environment that encourages and supports unique perspectives and values; •Recognizing and addressing the needs of differing student populations; •Offering programs and services that promote and demonstrate inclusion. Through the promotion of a community that celebrates all aspects of pluralism, and by demonstrating a commitment to understanding commonalities and differences, student affairs strives to foster a campus culture that is inclusive and supportive to aid in student success and retention efforts.
  • Spartan's Calisthenics Club

    • Website: http://www.facebook.com/SpartansCalisthenicsClub
    • Meeting Time/Place: Wednesdays 8 p.m.
    • President: Lucas Repke - lucas.repke@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Abraham Miller - abraham.miller@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of this organization is to promote health, wellness and exercise through the use of calisthenics. This club aims to acknowledge and promote the use of calisthenics across UT's campus. UT students interested in good physical health are encouraged to join. Calisthenics are meant to provide long-term muscle development including improvements in core strength, flexibility, cardio, joint longevity and muscle tone. Motivation and guidance from this club will help individuals strive for holistic achievement and accomplishment.
  • Spartans Seeking Justice

    • Website:
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    • President: Cameron Moskol - cameron.moskol@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Sabrina Griffith - sgriffith@ut.edu
    • Description: Spartans Seeking Justice is dedicated to raising awareness and advocating for Black individuals and their families on The University of Tampa’s campus and the surrounding Tampa Bay Area. We are a group of individuals who seek to obtain social, political and economic justice. We believe in the importance of educating and empowering the youth, engaging in community service and supporting groups with similar goals and ideals. Spartans Seeking Justice hosts bi-weekly General Assembly meetings, weekly luncheons, demonstrations and various community engagement events.
  • Spartonic A Cappella

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. Ferman Music Building, Rm 120
    • President: Ryan Clabby - ryan.clabby@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Hein Jung - hjung@ut.edu
    • Description: Spartonic A Cappella at the University of Tampa will support the arts in the campus community by providing students the opportunity to perform on and off campus. Additionally, the group will enhance the musical education of members and provide entertainment for nonmembers at the University of Tampa. Membership in this group requires an audition.
  • Special Olympics College

    • Website:
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    • President: Savannah Ulrich - sulrich@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Christopher Gottlick - cgottlick@ut.edu
    • Description: An organization interested in the Special Olympics.
  • Speech and Debate Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Daneshka Balestier - Daneshka.Balestier@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: AnnMarie Coats - acoats@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the Speech and Debate Club is to work in conjunction with the UT Center for Public Speaking to enhance oral communication skills and offer support services to the UT community, develop the oratory skills of club members, engage in speaking opportunities and compete in speech and debate competitions. Membership in this organization is by application and interview and has a minimum GPA requirement.
  • Sports and Entertainment Management Society

    • Website: http://www.ut.edu/sems
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Matthew Borkan - matthew.borkan@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Margaret Tudor - mtudor@ut.edu
    • Description: The Sport and Entertainment Management Society at The University of Tampa promotes an integrated organization in which to broaden professional horizons. The society’s goal is to practically apply classroom concepts to the world of sport and entertainment, and to actively engage in practices such as planning and hosting club related events, seeking sponsorships and performing local volunteer work. By creating an environment of in-field opportunities and industry networking, S.E.M.S. can help dedicated and passionate students enhance their occupational success in the various fields of sport and entertainment management following the conclusion of their collegiate studies. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Sports Women of Tampa

    • Website:
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    • President: Emma Hutchings - emma.hutchings@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Barbra Nalani Butler - bbutler@ut.edu
    • Description: Our mission is to help women interested in the sport industry develop a network, acquire knowledge and insights, and share experiences as professional women working in a predominately male industry. This will be done by hosting social events, guest speakers and engaging in various events in the Tampa Bay area.
  • St. Jude Up 'til Dawn

    • Website: http://fundraising.stjude.org/site/TR/UTD/UTD?pg=entry&fr_id=75579
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Rahal Wijewardene - utampautd@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Julie LeBlanc - jleblanc@ut.edu
    • Description: It is our goal, as an executive board, to help educate our student body about St. Jude and the help they provide for families across the nation and around the world. This all night event is combined of student-led teams of six, who fundraise ($100 per student or $600 per team to enter our all-night event) for the kids at St. Jude. We have our event scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014, here on our campus, where our student body will unite together and sacrifice an entire night’s sleep to stay up til dawn for the kids. Many St. Jude patients and families have sleepless nights in hopes of getting better, so this is a great opportunity to make a difference and join the fight against childhood cancer. Our mission is to get all of UT's student leaders together to help raise awareness for St.Jude Children's Research Hospital, as well as raising $20,000 in donations.
  • Student Advocating Gambling Awareness

    • Website:
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    • President: Ismary Vento - ismary.vento@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@.ut.edu
    • Description: SAGA is a student organization that educates and raises student awareness about college gambling. This organization provides free and available resources to help students overcome problem gambling and help them take control of their gambling behaviors, to be able to make the right decisions when faced with a gambling dilemma.
  • Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society

    • Website: http://www.acs.org
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Nicole Zembol - nicole.zembol@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Laura Henchey - lhenchey@ut.edu
    • Description: As student affiliates of the American Chemical Society (ACS), our mission is to afford an opportunity for students of a chemical science to become better acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to foster a professional spirit among the members, to instill a professional pride in the chemical sciences and to foster an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern chemist.
  • Student Alumni Association

    • Website:
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    • President: Ana B. Chambers - ana.chambers@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ashley Souza - asouza@ut.edu
    • Description: SAA's mission is to foster relationships between current students and alumni through exclusive events and opportunities throughout the year while also promoting Spartan Spirit.
  • Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC)

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Lauren Tweld - lauren.tweld@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Bella Galperin - bgalperin@spartans.ut.edu
    • Description: SEAC's goal is to creatively change the world we live for the better while building our members as leaders through the promotion of friendship, justice and learning.
  • Student Government

    • Website: http://www.utampasg.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in Reeves Theater
    • President: Aislinn Sroczynski - sg@ut.edu
    • Advisor: Tim Harding - tharding@ut.edu
    • Description: The Student Government of The University of Tampa supports a unified student body. Through tireless dedication to service and providing an open forum for student voices, they respond with innovative ideas that reflect the concerns of the campus community. They are committed to establishing the benchmark for future student leadership. Student Government has four committees that meet on every Tuesday. These are the Social Concerns, Academic Affairs, Campus Life and Finance committees. Membership in this organization is open to all students.
  • Student Investment Club

  • Student Nurses Association

    • Website: http://www.nsna.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Julie Hoffman - julie.hoffman@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Cindy Parsons - cindy.parsons@ut.edu
    • Description: UT SNA organize, represent and mentor students preparing for initial licensure as Registered Nurses, as well as those enrolled in a baccalaureate completion program. They convey the standards and ethics of the nursing profession, promote development of the skills that students will need as responsible and accountable members of the nursing profession, advocate for high quality health care, advocate for and contribute to, advances in nursing education, and develop nursing students who are prepared to lead the profession into the future. Membership in this organization is only open to nursing majors.
  • Student Physical and Occupational Therapy Society (SPOTS)

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Savannah Hodges - savannah.hodges@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ronda Sturgill - rsturgill@ut.edu
    • Description: SPOTS exists for the betterment of The University of Tampa campus as a whole. They aim to promote professionalism among its members. Membership in this organization is by academic major/minor.
  • Student Productions

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/utstudentproductions
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Laurel Avery - laurel.avery@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: - studentproductions@ut.edu
    • Description: Serving as a function of The University of Tampa, the purpose of Student Productions is to effectively and efficiently use student fees money in an ethical manner to provide a regular and comprehensive series of co-curricular programs that are social, educational, cultural and/or entertaining in nature. Such programs are designed to increase the level of involvement and enrich the experience for members of the campus community. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • Student Veterans Organization

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Melissa Paradise - melissa.paradise@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: David Adams - dadams@ut.edu
    • Description: The University of Tampa Student Veterans' Organization exists for not only the betterment of The University of Tampa community, but also as a source of continued growth, service and enlightenment of the veteran student population of The University of Tampa.
  • Tampa Spartans for Animals

    • Website:
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    • President: Anna Sterlacci - anna.sterlacci@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Amanda Firestone - afirestone@ut.edu
    • Description: Tampa Spartans for Animals was created to bring together vegans and vegetarians on UT's campus while educating others on the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle.
  • Tau Kappa Epsilon

    • Website: http://www.uoftampatke.com
    • Meeting Time/Place: Sundays at 6 p.m.
    • President: Seth Davidson - seth.davidson@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Kevin Moore - kmoore@spartans.ut.edu
    • Description: Tau Kappa Epsilon creates lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success. The mission of Tau Kappa Epsilon is to aid men in their mental, moral and social development for life. TKE contributes to the advancement of society through the personal growth of their members and service to others. TKE was founded on Jan. 10, 1899, at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois. Since its founding, Tau Kappa Epsilon has had a focused mission on building better men who, in turn, will build a better world.
  • Teachers B.E.L.I.E.V.E.

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Wednesdays 11:15 a.m. Department of Education Office
    • President: Kali Zeglen - kali.zeglen@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Merrie Tankersley - mtankersley@ut.edu
    • Description: Teachers B.E.L.I.E.V.E. is a program of future teachers who have a passion and love for education. Members of B.E.L.I.E.V.E. work as a dedicated team of education majors. The vision of our program is to make a direct impact on our society by changing the lives of the students we work with. We do community service in the Tampa area, as well as work on research concerning current educational issues in both America and around the world. We also network with both public and private schools in the area, as well as participate in teaching workshops throughout the year. The Teachers B.E.L.I.E.V.E. program is continuing to build our reputation on campus, as well as across the state of Florida. The more exposed we get to the schools, teachers, students and principles, the better! We work to better the future of education for students, schools and the profession of teaching.
  • Technology Club at UT

    • Website: http://www.uttechclub.com/
    • Meeting Time/Place: Every other Wednesday at 5 p.m. in Sykes COB 332
    • President: Bethany Russell - bethany.russell@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Vikas Jain - vjain@ut.edu
    • Description: UT-ACM strives to advance computing as a science and a profession by exposing UT students to opportunities in computing and information technology through educational seminars and connecting them with the many opportunities in Tampa's thriving technology environment as well as opportunities with national reach.
  • Tennis Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6 p.m. Naimoli and Young Family Tennis Complex
    • President: Jillian Garfunkel - jillian.garfunkel@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Al Dufaux - adufaux@ut.edu
    • Description: The University of Tampa Tennis Club will create a competitive, fun, social, structured way of playing tennis. The club will help participants expand the sport they love and will help them grow and establish new relationships and connections.
  • The Film Society

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/249963675118532/
    • Meeting Time/Place: Wednesdays at 8 p.m. in Cass Building 200
    • President: Dennisha Besecker - dennisha.besecker@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Aarom Walker - awalker@ut.edu
    • Description: To provide an advantageous environment for the organization and development of film and other creative works in an attempt to educate our University on the topic of film while concurrently exhibiting the creative talents of students here at UT.
  • The Minaret

    • Website: http://theminaretonline.com
    • Meeting Time/Place: Mondays at 7:30 p.m. Reeves Theater; general office is VC 211
    • President: Katelyn Massarelli - katelyn.massarelli@theminaretonline.com
    • Advisor: David Wheeler - dwheeler@ut.edu
    • Description: The primary goal of The Minaret is to communicate to the student body, alumni, faculty and staff the stories and events that define The University of Tampa as an academic institution, as well as within the larger Tampa community. The Minaret also serves as a valuable student experience in the field of journalism, seeking to educate students and provide them the opportunity to work for a professional publication. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students. The Editorial Director is Katherine Lavacca, katherine.lavacca@spartans.ut.edu.
  • The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (University of Tampa Chapter)

    • Website: http://www.nscs.org
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Rachel Wichlacz - nscsutampa@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Vikas Jain - vjain@ut.edu
    • Description: NSCS is an honors society that invites and elevates high-achieving college students while recognizing and rewarding members throughout their lifetime. NSCS Chapter at UT will offer its members an opportunity for scholarships, in addition to leadership opportunities on campus, internship opportunities, career and job opportunities after graduation, and much more. It is a great platform to get to know other students on campus, get involved and further develop leadership skills.
  • The ONE Campaign, University of Tampa Chapter

    • Website: http://www.one.org
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Christa Trombley - christa.trombley@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Liv Coleman, Ph.D. - lcoleman@ut.edu
    • Description: The ONE Campaign at The University of Tampa is a group of students who believe that with a US commitment to debt relief, fair trade, gender equality, health care and economic development, our generation will see the end to global AIDS and extreme poverty. As a branch of the national ONE Campaign (www.one.org), our goal is to educate the community about the issues stated above as well as gain support for the national organization. The ONE Campaign at The University of Tampa exists for the betterment of the University of Tampa campus as a whole.
  • Theta Chi Fraternity

    • Website: http://www.thetachi.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: TBA
    • President: Nicholas Coccodrilli  - nicholas.coccodrilli@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Andrew DeMil - ademil@ut.edu
    • Description: Theta Chi fraternity exists to serve as a place for our members to grow, mature and develop through interaction with other outstanding young men. Most importantly, our chapter provides opportunity in all aspects of life ranging from social to philanthropy. We express that brotherhood comes in a wide and diverse variety of shapes, sizes, forms, colors and fashions, but it reflects the concept of the Helping Hand, that the most important duty that we have is to assist others, especially in time of need. Theta Chi leads by example, holding positions in nearly ever aspect of campus life from Student Government to residence life to ROTC. The Theta Chi man does not follow the leader…he is the leader. Membership in this organization is by invitation and requires a minimum GPA.
  • UNICEF at UT

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Wednesdays 9 p.m. Walker Hall 408
    • President: Sierra Sharp - sierra.sharp@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Bruce Friesen - bfriesen@ut.edu
    • Description: The purpose of this organization is to organize students for the survival, protection and development of children worldwide through education, advocacy and fundraising as a UNICEF Campus Initiative group through the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. Our goals for the 2013-2014 shall include, but will not be limited to, organizing at least three fundraisers per semester, participating in both Unicef-led and PEACE-led community service, raise money for children in need and involve the student body at large in activities.
  • Unified Dance Crew

    • Website:
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    • President: Jessie Sheppard - jessie.sheppard@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Susannah Lemarquand - slemarquand@ut.edu
    • Description: We are Unified Dance Crew (UDC) and our mission is to unite the UT community through dance.
  • United Nations Student Alliance

    • Website: http://www.unausa.org
    • Meeting Time/Place: Fridays at 6:30 p.m.
    • President: Rahal Wijewardene - rahal.wijewardene@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Denis Rey - denis.rey@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of the United Nations Student Alliance is to support and bring awareness to the United Nations, allowing students of The University of Tampa to be informed global participants.
  • University of Tampa Club Golf Team

    • Website:
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    • President: William Wynn - william.wynn@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Rick Duddy - Rduddy@ut.edu
    • Description: The University of Tampa Club Golf team will be for UT students with above average golf skill and knowledge who are willing and able to put in hours per week without the large commitment of the actual golf team.
  • University of Tampa PRSSA

    • Website:
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    • President: Emilie Sears - Emilie.Sears@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Beth Eschenfelder - beschenfelder@ut.edu
    • Description: UT PRSSA strives to uphold the standards and values set forth by PRSSA. UT PRSSA was founded with the intent on providing valuable resources and opportunities for students who express interest in the professional communication field, now and in the future.
  • University of Tampa Recovery Community

    • Website:
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    • President: Olaoluwa T. Harrison - loaoluwa.harrison@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Gina Firth - gfirth@ut.edu
    • Description: University of Tampa Recovery Community is a safe space for UT students struggling with addiction and substance abuse, to come together and support each other. It is modeled after the C.R.C (College Recovery Community) initially established at Texas Tech, and its primary purpose is to support recovering students by sharing the goals of providing support, preventing relapse and promoting academic performance. Students can engage with and seek support from students fighting the same battles as well as have access to supportive faculty and staff members on the UT campus.
  • UT Entrepreneurs

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Tuesdays at 6 p.m. - 8th floor of ICB
    • President: Michael Joyce - michael.joyce@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Giles Hertz - ghertz@ut.edu
    • Description: UT Entrepreneurs aims to provide a professional environment in which any type of entrepreneurial notion can prosper. They hope to facilitate students in their mission of becoming entrepreneurs by providing various opportunities as well as a supportive atmosphere. Membership in this organization is open to all UT students.
  • UT GOLD

    • Website: https://orgsync.com/71238/chapter
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Sumedha Gupta - sumedha.gupta@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Megan Kinney - mkinner@ut.edu
    • Description: UT GOLD strives to enrich the graduate business student’s experience at The University of Tampa and within the community through a variety of events, activities and opportunities that are aimed at fostering relationships both professionally and personally. In so doing, UT GOLD is charged with, but not limited to: 1. Encouraging and facilitating communication and social interaction among graduate students, faculty and administration in the graduate programs of the Sykes College of Business 2. Promoting and enhancing the reputation of the Sykes College of Business 3. Enhancing the educational experience and professional development of all members; and 4. Managing resources to promote UT GOLD.
  • UT Investment Banking Society

    • Website:
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    • President: Aaron Riccio - aaron.riccio@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Speros Margetis - smargetis@ut.edu
    • Description: The UT Investment Banking Society is designed to expose Tampa's brightest minds to the world of banking, private equity, hedge funds and real estate.
  • UT Women Business Professionals Association

    • Website:
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    • President: Veronica Scarlett Lopez - veronica.lopezmartin@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Julie Pennington - jpennington@ut.edu
    • Description: UT Women Business Professionals Association (UT-WBPA) recognizes the status of women in the business world and the unique obstacles they face. We strive to assist students in building leadership skills, self-advocacy and networking to advance their careers.
  • UTampa Pride

  • UTTV: Spartan Television

    • Website: https://www.facebook.com/utampatv
    • Meeting Time/Place: Email president for meeting times
    • President: Fallon Fischer - fallon.fischer@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Christopher Boulton - cboulton@ut.edu
    • Description: UTTV: Spartan Television is The University of Tampa's student-run television station. It exists to inform and engage the student body and allow discourse between students, administrators and faculty alike. Any and all students are welcome to participate in our activities from promotion to production of new content. We seek a diverse assortment of talent so students of every major are welcome to join. Membership to this organization is open. For information, contact president Fallon Fischer at fallon.fischer@spartans.ut.edu or General Manager Veronica Brown at veronica.brown@spartans.ut.edu.
  • VETA

  • Watch Your BAC

    • Website:
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    • President: Carlina Adame - carlina.adame@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Addie Carothers - acarothers@ut.edu
    • Description: Watch Your BAC provides an alcohol abuse reduction program focusing on educating students on blood alcohol concentration, correct drink equivalent education and moderation techniques.
  • Women's Indoor Futbol Club

    • Website:
    • Meeting Time/Place: Mondays and Fridays 6 - 8 p.m. at Cass Gym and Wednesdays at 9 - 10:30 p.m. at the Intramural Field
    • President: Camila A. Ramirez - camila.ramirez@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Christopher Gottlick - cgottlick@ut.edu
    • Description: Women's Indoor Soccer Club provides University students with the means to pursue the sport of soccer. The club insists to build friendly team work and expects each member to work at their best.
  • WUTT Radio

    • Website: http://www.ut.edu/wutt
    • Meeting Time/Place: Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in Walker Hall - Lecture Hall A
    • President: Connor Zielinski - connor.zielinski@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Jemaine Browne - jbrowne@ut.edu
    • Description: WUTT Spartan Radio 1080AM at The University of Tampa was developed in Fall 2008 and aims to provide exposure to different communication media, enhance school spirit, inform students about news and activities, unify groups on campus and promote student diversity and individuality. Membership in this organization is open to all students.
  • Zeta Beta Tau

    • Website: http://www.zbt.org
    • Meeting Time/Place:
    • President: Patrick O'Grady - Patrick.OGrady@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Robert Kerstein - bkerstein@ut.edu
    • Description: The mission of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity (ZBT) is to foster and develop in its membership the tenets of its credo: intellectual awareness, social responsibility, integrity and brotherly love, in order to prepare its members for positions of leadership and service within their communities. Mindful of its founding in 1898 as the aation’s first Jewish fraternity, Zeta Beta Tau will preserve and cultivate its relationships within the Jewish community. Since 1954, Zeta Beta Tau has been committed to its policy of non-sectarian brotherhood, and values the diversity of its membership. ZBT will recruit and initiate men of good character, regardless of religion, race or creed who are accepting of these principles. Membership in this organization requires an interview and a minimum GPA.
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated

    • Website:
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    • President: Cristal Lopez - cristal.lopez@spartans.ut.edu
    • Advisor: Ileana WIlburg - iwilburg@ut.edu
    • Description: Zeta Phi Beta (ΖΦΒ) is an international, historically black Greek-lettered sorority founded on Jan. 16, 1920, by five collegiate women at Howard University.