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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.
  • African Student Association

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    • 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

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    • Description: Alpha Chi Omega is one 26 National Panhellenic sororities around the country, and one of seven sororities here on campus. We were founded in 1885 at Depaw University in Greencastle, IN. Our chapter was the first at The University of Tampa and was chartered in 1956. Our members work diligently towards raising funds and awareness for domestic violence prevention. We work with The Spring of Tampa Bay as well as the Crisis Center with women, children and men who have fallen victims of domestic violence. We educate the campus on healthy relationships, and we are 100 percent a non-hazing campus organization. Our sisters are smart and dedicated young women who have found everything they were looking for among each other and within the sisterhood.
  • Alpha Chi Sigma

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    • Description: We are The University of Tampa Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma, the co-ed professional chemistry fraternity. All science majors are welcome.
  • Alpha Epsilon Pi

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    • 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.

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    • Description: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc, is an international service organization founded on Jan. 15, 1908, at Howard University. It is the oldest Greek Lettered Organization established by African American College Educated Women. Today there are about 300,000 members and 1,024 chapters comprised of women who are inspired by culture and by merit to be of service to all mankind.
  • Alpha Kappa Psi

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  • Alpha Psi Omega

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    • Description: The purpose of APO at The University of Tampa is to prepare individuals for a lifetime in the theatrical arts through personal development in a mature setting. In addition, as a distinguished group, they believe in community service, strong personal interaction and excitement in all theatrical endeavors. Therefore, APO inspire a legacy.
  • Alpha Tau Omega

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    • Description: "With a bond as strong as right itself and as lasting as humanity." Our mission here at The University of Tampa is to create an organization where a group of people can bond and create friendships that will last. This organization will be one that works to further the abilities and opportunities of all its members. We intend to improve our campus and greater community in the Tampa Bay area, and are very excited to call this place the home of Alpha Tau Omega.
  • American Marketing Association

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    • Description: We are the American Marketing Association at The University of Tampa! We hold weekly officer and member meetings discussing up and coming events and volunteer opportunities held by the AMA at UT. We are always welcoming new members that are interested in contributing to the AMA with great ideas in today’s unique marketing world. At AMA we collaborate with faculty, students and professionals to foster a professional marketing atmosphere that will get you ready for the real world of marketing.
  • American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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    • Description: Promote and further education of students interested in the biochemical processes. Provide academic and peer resources, career exploration and professional involvement.
  • Athletic Training Student Organization

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    • Description: Closed group for those students admitted into the athletic training program at The University of Tampa.
  • Balance UT

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    • Description: Balance UT focuses on helping University of Tampa students attain mental wellness through yoga, meditation, and mindfulness practices. By educating individuals about the power of our thoughts, we increasingly obtain our goal of having a blissful and healthy campus.
  • Beta Alpha Psi

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    • Description: Beta Alpha Psi, also known as BAP, is an organization specifically designed for accounting, finance and management information systems students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. BAP allows students to interact with professionals in the Tampa Bay area and improve networking skills in the process. BAP assists in preparing students at the individual and professional level to enter the workforce. For anyone interested in accounting, finance or MIS, BAP is the right organization to excel your status to the next level.
  • Beta Beta Beta

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    • 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

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    • Description: Better Together is a campaign that was started by the Interfaith Youth Core, a nonprofit organization out of Chicago, whose mission is to make interfaith cooperation a social norm. Our main focus is to educate the UT community on how to have interfaith dialogue and build religious pluralism. Better Together hopes to create positive, meaningful and strong relationships across differences. Fostering a place where we can appreciate other's traditions will not only improve attitudes, it will also allow us to gain deeper insight and have more opportunities for engagement with ourselves and the community around us. It will also allow us to gain deeper insight and have more opportunities for engagement with ourselves and the community around us.
  • Black Student Union

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    • 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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    • 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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    • Description: Breathe Easy is The University of Tampa's tobacco free task force. It is one of the many wonderful initiatives under Live Well UT. We work to allow all students and faculty the access to a tobacco free campus that allows for optimal learning and growth. Feel free to join Breathe Easy's Engage page to stay update about upcoming events and activities!
  • Business Forum Club

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    • Description: UT Business Forum Club serves its primary goal of discussing business related topics and current events in a relaxed setting full of people who are passionate for the business world. Membership is open to all UT students.
  • Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)

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    • 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 Him and grow in that relationship. Anyone is welcome, no matter where you are on your spiritual journey. Ask questions, seek and you will find what you are looking for. You’ll learn how to relate to God and experience Christian community.
  • Caribbean Dance Troupe

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    • Description: The mission of the Caribbean Dance Troupe is to introduce the Caribbean and West Indian cultures through the performance of dance to calypso, soca, dancehall and reggae music to the students of The University of Tampa.
  • Caribbean Students Association

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    • 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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    • Description: The Catholic Student Organization aims to create a welcoming community that will inspire growth in the faith lives of University of Tampa students.
  • Chabad Jewish Student Union

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    • 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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    • Description: We are the official College Democrats chapter at The University of Tampa, promoting Democratic issues on campus and in the community.
  • College Panhellenic Association

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    • Description: This organization exists to advance seven of the 26 women's organizations of the National Panhellenic Conference that we have on campus, and their commitment to personal growth by underwriting initiatives that launch and sustain women leaders.
  • College Republicans

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    • 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.
  • Cybersecurity Club

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    • Description: The purpose of this organization shall be to bring an awareness of the opportunities in cybersecurity and expand the knowledge of students in the field via meetings, workshops and other cybersecurity-related events.
  • Delta Gamma

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    • Description: Delta Gamma was founded in 1873 in Oxford, MS. Our colors are bronze, pink and blue, and our symbol is the anchor. Delta Gamma's motto is "Do Good." Our philanthropy is Service for Sight, which benefits the visually impaired. Our primary purpose is to create an environment for our members in which long lasting friendships are established. The women in our chapter encompass the principals of personal integrity, responsibility and intellectual honesty.
  • Delta Kappa Alpha

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    • Description: Delta Kappa Alpha is a National Professional Co-Ed Cinema Fraternity. Delta Kappa Alpha, welcomes men and women who are cinematic artists of character; who are students dedicated to professional development as well as personal growth.
  • Delta Sigma Pi Epsilon Rho

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    • 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.
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.

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    • Description: The Tenacious Tau Iota chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. on the campus of The University of Tampa, was chartered in 2001 by nine courageous women. Members of Tau Iota strive to uphold Delta’s founding principles by supporting our local community and campus, promoting academic excellence, and hosting programs and events for the greater Tampa community.
  • Delta Zeta

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    • Description: In Delta Zeta we make it our mission to unite our members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, stimulate each other in the pursuit of knowledge, take part in philanthropy, keep up with financial responsibilities and to be our best possible selves morally and socially.
  • Environment Protection Coalition

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    • Description: An organization committed to promoting environmental stewardship and sustainability through off campus volunteering and partnerships.
  • Equestrian Club

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    • 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. We also aid students in establishing a bond between the horse and rider while providing a safe environment in which to do so. Our program consists of English 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.
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes

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    • 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.
  • Financial Management Association

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    • 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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    • 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

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    • 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

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    • 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

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    • Description: The purpose of FOODs is to promote a healthy lifestyle on campus by engaging activities that encourage students at The University of Tampa to make healthier food choices.
  • Forming Healthy Individuals Together

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    • Description: FHIT is an organization that aims to promote health and fitness for all individuals through various means of fitness. We are uniting people who enjoy living a healthy lifestyle and would like to learn more about health and fitness.
  • French Club

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    • 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.
  • Gluten-Free Improv

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    • Description: Gluten-Free Improv was founded in 2013 by Griffin Guinta '16 and Steven Card '16. The mission of Gluten-Free Improv is to encourage laughter and smiles through the theater art of improvisation. We are an audition based performance troupe and put one one to two shows a year. For more information on shows and auditions please visit our Facebook page! Gluten Free Improv- "A healthy alternative to your comedy lifestyle!"
  • Hammock Club

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    • 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.
  • Healing Arts

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    • 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.
  • Hillel

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    • Description: We are Hillel, the Jewish Student Organization. We are here to get Jewish students reunited and to be acquainted with one another.
  • HOSA: Future Health Professionals

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    • Description: The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality healthcare by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore helping the student meet the needs of the healthcare community.
  • I Am That Girl

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    • Description: "I am that girl" is a nationwide movement that cares about the mental health and physical insecurities of women, femmes, female presenters and woman-identifiers. 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 open to everyone regardless of gender, sex or gender expression!
  • Ice Hockey Team

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    • Description: The UT Ice Hockey Team exists to provide student athletes a positive collegiate hockey experience competing in the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Division III. The program offers an opportunity for those passionate about the sport of hockey to come together as a UT community for our team. Student athletes selected during the open tryout process and given a roster spot must maintain all eligibility requirements set by The University of Tampa and the ACHA.
  • Indian Cultural Association

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    • Description: The Indian Cultural Association seeks to unite and promote Indian culture throughout UT's campus. ICA hopes to serve as a gateway for all students to learn and explore the essence of Indian Culture.
  • Institute of Management Accountants

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    • Description: The Institute of Management Accountants Student Chapter here at The University of Tampa will serve as a catalyst in the development of its student members and professional success throughout their academic endeavors. Throughout the semester, the chapter will see a number of networking opportunities with primarily accounting-related career paths as well as financial careers. Opportunities will not be limited to the aforementioned professional careers and majors. To develop the well rounded student, this chapter will be involved with activities held by Student Government, Career Services, Beta Alpha Psi, The IMA Tampa Bay Chapter and some community involvement.
  • Interfraternity Council

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    • Description: The purpose of the Interfraternity Council is to improve and support every fraternity within our council.
  • International Student Organization

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    • Description: Being far from home is not always easy, and this is why ISO was created! ISO's goal is to make students feel at home away from home and along the way, continue to develop our love for diversity and interest in promoting global citizenship. Everyone is invited to join ISO, whether international or not, and discover the many cultures and backgrounds of students from all over the world!
  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

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    • 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.
  • Italian Club

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    • 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 to practice their Italian language skills outside of their class environment and among their fellow peers.
  • Kappa Alpha Theta

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    • 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.
  • Kappa Delta Pi

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    • Description: Kappa Delta Pi is a honors society for all education majors. We strive to be the best academically and help within the community.
  • Kappa Kappa Psi

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    • 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

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    • 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

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    • Description: Lambda Chi Alpha Tampa Colony is part of the fraternity's 2015 expansion program. The University of Tampa Colony has 21 Founding Fathers dedicated to making a positive influence in the UT community and the surrounding Tampa neighborhoods.
  • Live Well UT

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    • Description: Live Well UT empowers the UT community to continually improve healthy behaviors in themselves and others based on a holistic well-being philosophy. Live Well UT addresses all aspects of a balanced life through assisting the wellness department in its mission of providing a forum of wellness initiatives, and addressing the community’s dynamic needs by means of education and services.
  • Magic the Gathering Club

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    • Description: The University of Tampa's Magic: The Gathering Club is a place for Magic players both old and new to meet up and enjoy the game. We primarily play the Commander format, but players are welcome to bring decks of any format to find people to play with. We meet weekly and we're planning on going to additional events off campus at gaming stores.
  • Math Club

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    • Description: We are here to help students overcome their fear of math, spread awareness of what you can do with a math or related degree, and how math is used in everyday functions.
  • MEDLIFE UT

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    • Description: MEDLIFE UT is an organization that helps families achieve greater freedom from the constraints of poverty by improving their access to medical care, education and community development.
  • Microfinance Club

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    • Description: The Microfinance Club is a great opportunity for students to get involved in an organization where they will learn new information as well as partake in philanthropic opportunities. Our goal with microfinance is to raise funds to provide individuals with small loans to help build their business, so they can eventually support themselves and their family. We are interested in doing lending through a UT Kiva account as well as develop an application process for individuals in the Tampa area who are looking to start a business. Along with fundraising and lending, we are interested in getting in touch with different organizations around Tampa Bay to volunteer and network.
  • Moroccan Yearbook

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    • 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. 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.
  • Multicultural Greek Council

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    • Description: The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) 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.
  • National Pan-Hellenic Council

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    • Description: The stated purpose and mission of the organization in 1930 was “Unanimity of thought and action as far as possible in the conduct of Greek letter collegiate fraternities and sororities, and to consider problems of mutual interest to its member organizations.”
  • National Society for Collegiate Scholars

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    • Description: NSCS is an honors society that invites and elevates high-achieving college students while recognizing and rewarding members throughout their lifetime. The 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

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    • Description: The mission of Neon is to foster a creative community on campus of UT student writers, artists, musicians, etc. In showcasing student work via the spring print publication of Neon and Neon's website, www.utampaneon.com, Neon allows UT students to expose their work through publication and our monthly open mics. Neon is not only a student publication, but an organization as well. We host open mics that encourage performance and creativity, organize community service events that promote philanthropy, and create resources that our members and followers can enjoy.
  • Omega Alpha Pi International Sorority

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    • Description: Omega Alpha Pi International exists for the betterment of The University of Tampa community as a whole in terms of cultural appreciation and the empowerment of all.
  • Order of Omega

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    • Description: Order of Omega is a leadership honor society for members of fraternity and sorority organizations. Order of Omega recognizes juniors and seniors who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, involvement within their respective organization and within the fraternity/sorority, campus and local community. Members are selected from the top 3 percent of students at each institution. To date, over 500 chapters have been chartered throughout North America, each sharing the common goal of recognizing the many outstanding student leaders at their institution. Get to know our chapter, Zeta Upsilon, on Facebook at Order of Omega Zeta Upsilon, Twitter @UTampaOoO, and Instagram @UTampaOoO!
  • Paintball Club

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    • 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

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    • Description: Paws for a Cause club's purpose is to educate the student body about animal abandonment and the ethical treatment of companion animals and wild animals alike. We work to fundraise and support local animals rescues and rehabs in the area along with providing care and comfort for the animals in need. This club will meet weekly, and we will discuss upcoming fundraisers will be doing on and off campus along with hands on work with the organizations outside of the school.
  • PEACE Volunteer Center

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    • Description: The PEACE Volunteer Center strives to increase volunteerism at The University of Tampa by providing diverse service opportunities that empower students through community engagement and leadership. Our goals are to facilitate students’ personal growth through direct service, to foster a drive to effect positive change on the community and to develop a university wide understanding for a variety of social issues.
  • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity

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    • Description: The purpose of this fraternity shall be to form a strong bond uniting students and teachers of the law with members of the Bench and Bar in a fraternal fellowship designed to advance the ideals of liberty and equal justice under law; to stimulate excellence in scholarship; to inspire the virtues of compassion and courage; to foster integrity and professional competence; to promote the welfare of its members; and to encourage their moral, intellectual and cultural advancement; so that each member may enjoy a lifetime of honorable professional and public service.
  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.

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    • Description: The brothers of Phi Beta Sigma are the fraternity’s most valuable resource and strength. They are the primary means by which the Phi Beta Sigma objectives will be achieved. In order to accomplish the fraternity’s objectives, it is essential that systems are instituted that effectively embody “Culture For Service and Service For Humanity” and promote brotherhood, scholarship and service.
  • Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia

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    • Description: The Pi Mu chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia consists of a diverse group of men from all majors and walks of life, who come together for brotherhood, shared values and an interest in music, to uplift mankind through the ideals in our fraternity.
  • Photography Club

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    • Description: We allow students to express themselves through photography and highlight their work by posting it to social media.
  • Pi Beta Phi

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    • 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

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    • 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 of Charleston. Leadership is the very root of our organization, and it is the concept of leadership that shall guide us to our future.
  • Pre-Physician Assistant Association

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    • Description: Welcome to The University of Tampa’s Pre-Physician Assistant Association! Our mission is to provide valuable information and experience geared towards the profession of a physician assistant via workshops, guest speakers and direct patient care experiences. In addition, we aim to consolidate information and resources concerning PA programs, the process of applying to PA school, volunteer and healthcare opportunities, and provide familiarity about the healthcare system as a whole.
  • Presidents Leadership Fellows

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    • Description: A group of select UT leaders who are dedicated to being leaders to the best of their ability and devoting time to learning important leadership skills to apply to themselves, groups, the local community and the global world. Admission by written application only.
  • Psychology Club

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    • 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

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    • Description: The University of Tampa Public Health program is designed for students primarily interested in the improvement of health and prevention of disease and disability. The program mission is to improve health throughout the lifespan.
  • Relay for Life

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    • Description: We are committed to helping people get well, stay well, find cures and fight back against cancer. The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy and service. 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 their groundbreaking research and the many community programs they have 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!
  • Residence Hall Association

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    • Description: Residence Hall Association (RHA) is a student organization that gives a venue for students living in the residents halls to come and discuss programming ideas, programs that they are putting on, and comments, questions, and concerns they have about their residential space. All residential students are a part of RHA and are encouraged to attend meetings.
  • Roots & Shoots

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    • Description: Roots & Shoots (R&S) is an international organization, founded by Jane Goodall, with a mission of making positive change for people, animals and the environment. The UT chapter of Roots & Shoots applies this mission by volunteering with environmental community partners, maintaining a learning garden at a local elementary school, and promoting sustainable living practices among our members and the UT student body.
  • SALLE

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    • Description: We are a service organization that dedicates our focus to raising awareness of underprivileged nations and marginalized people, while also giving back to our own community. If you care about the well-being of all people, this organization is for you!
  • Scuba Diving and Snorkeling Club

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    • Description: A recreational club that provides opportunities to students to experience what lies beneath the water in the surrounding areas. This club should provide a learning opportunity for students to interact with the underwater environment and its inhabitants. University of Tampa Scuba Diving and Snorkeling Club should be a way for students to find other student with like interest in all areas of this recreational sport. University of Tampa Scuba Diving and Snorkeling 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 for if students with to participate in these activities in their own time. We 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)

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    • Description: SOS: Service Oriented Spartans main goal is to create a community of students who are dedicated and passionate about service. SOS does this mainly by going out into the community and volunteering with local nonprofits. We offer many events each month that can range anywhere from farming at Sweetwater Organic Farm to feeding homeless at Metropolitan Ministries to helping kids play safely at Glazers Children's Museum. We also work to informing students of unique career opportunities through volunteer service by partnering with the UT Peace Corps Ambassadors. Regardless of whether or not the student interested in becoming a future Peace Corps volunteers, SOS is the right club for those who enjoy spending time helping others.
  • She's the First UT

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    • 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

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    • Description: The mission of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity is to encourage, nurture and support the art of music. The vision is to be recognized through-out the world as the foremost fraternity that: • Supports and encourages women musicians of all ages, races and nationalities • Supports and promotes successful and innovative educational programs in music for all stages of life • Cultivates excellence in musical performance • Promotes programs and activities that stress the love and importance of music in our lives • Recognizes technological advances in the field of music • Dedicates financial resources that ensure the continuation of programs necessary to support the objectives of the fraternity in perpetuity • Has as its members people who exemplify professional and ethical behavior in the spirit of the Sigma Alpha Iota founders.
  • Sigma Chi International Fraternity

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    • Description: The principle and object of its organization were not to be different from those of other similar college societies. The purposes were praiseworthy and honorable, being the formation of a social and literary club, where young men, selected for their high moral character, mental endowments, literary tastes and congenial dispositions, could meet for the purpose of furthering their interests while at college. Such a society, we believed, would be of great value to its members, in the formation of valuable friendships, in the cultivation of social virtues, in promoting a taste for literature and in aiding each other to obtain the rewards and prizes usually offered by colleges to young men of high and honorable standing in their classes. These were the purposes which the founders of society had in view.
  • Sigma Delta Tau

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    • Description: Sigma Delta Tau empowers each member to reach her fullest potential by providing intellectual, philanthropic, leadership and social opportunities. Sigma Delta Tau maintains four core values which are instilled into every member: individuality, connection, engagement and community. Individuality enables each member to be her authentic self by building leadership and personal skills for academic and professional success. Connection helps to create meaningful relationships among members as well as the rest of the Greek community and beyond. Engagement allows members to participate in a lifetime experience through the special bond of sisterhood and a sense of community assists in building purposeful partnerships to enhance the goals of the sorority and instill a sense of philanthropy.
  • Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated

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    • Description: Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated 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. Sorority activities provide an atmosphere where friendships and professional contacts are developed which often lead to bonds that last a lifetime.
  • Sigma Kappa

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    • Description: Sigma Kappa was founded in 1874 at Colby College in Waterville, ME. Our colors are lavender and maroon and our official symbol is the dove. The open motto of Sigma Kappa is "One Heart, One Way." As sisters of the sorority, we strive off of our values; personal growth, friendship, service and loyalty. Our philanthropies include gerontology with a focus on Alzheimer's disease research and programs directed at improving the lives of older citizens, Inherit the Earth and Maine Seacoast Mission. Sigma Kappa is the newest Panhellenic sorority at UT.
  • Sigma Lambda Beta

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    • 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

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    • 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.
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon

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    • Description: Building balanced leaders for the world's communities.
  • Sigma Tau Delta

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    • 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

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    • Description: University of Tampa's only pre-professional organization, Skull and Bones offers biweekly meetings with various speakers, (including medical, dental, veterinary, pharmaceutical, optometry, chiropractic and physical therapy) which help to further educate, inform and prepare UT students for future graduate schooling. The speakers provide students with admission requirements, information and statistics about their campus and programs, provide insight through current student perspectives, and most importantly allows students to be exposed to graduate school options. Skull and Bones participates in informative meetings but also provides community outreach opportunities for our members.
  • Society for Conservation Biology

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    • 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 following the example set by the international Society for Conservation Biology.
  • Spanish Dance Team

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    • Description: The University of Tampa Spanish Dance Team exists to give an opportunity for those who are seeking a creative outlet in the art of dance, specifically hip-hop and jazz with a Spanish influence.
  • Spartan Abroad Ambassadors

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    • Description: The Spartans Abroad Ambassadors aim to appropriately represent The University of Tampa's education abroad program by building a strong leadership team to create more awareness of education 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 participants while displaying leadership and responsibility characteristics. We wish to offer guidance and information to those students seeking to experience education abroad and act as an extended outreach branch of the Office of International Programs.
  • Spartan Calisthenics Club

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    • 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 body weight exercises. Body weight exercises are great for developing muscle, strength, and flexibility. Come, join, swing around, and get stronger while building camaraderie around UT.
  • Spartan Climbers

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    • 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 and awareness through personal and peer motivation.
  • Spartan Mentors

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    • Description: Spartan Mentors work in the Tampa community to mentor, tutor and teach students. We partner with schools and tutoring programs striving to remediate gaps in math and reading.
  • Spartan Scarlets

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    • Description: The Spartan Scarlets exist to bring on campus dancers together and provide them with opportunity to compete at the national collegiate level. We work to promote school spirit by performing at sports events, being part of homecoming parades and actively engaging in on campus events. Spartan Scarlets are dedicated dancers who do their best to grow as individuals through hard work in a dance team setting.
  • Spartan Sustained Dialogue

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    • Description: Spartan Sustained Dialogue works to foster a community of understanding and empowerment through dialogue. Dialogue is defined as each person “listening deeply enough to be changed by what they learn,” instead of listening to answer or debate. Through student led initiatives, our collaboration with LiveWell UT, and our partnership with the Diversity Fellowship, SSD serves to transform tough topics and conflictual relationships into opportunities for understanding and social change.
  • Spartans Seeking Justice

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    • Description: Spartans Seeking Justice is dedicated to raising awareness and advocating for marginalized individuals and groups. We are a group of activists who seek to obtain justice, in all forms. We believe in the importance of educating the general public, empowering marginalized people, participating in community service and fostering an all-inclusive community. We provide a platform for those whose voices deserve to be heard.
  • Spartonic A Cappella

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    • 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.
  • Sports and Entertainment Management Society

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    • 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.
  • St. Jude Up 'til Dawn

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    • Description: St. Jude Up ’til Dawn is a nationwide student-led, student-run, philanthropic program in which college students raise funds for and awareness of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. 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. 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. Be a leader, be philanthropic, and dedicate yourself to this amazing cause. Stay up for good, and help the patients of St.Jude!
  • Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC)

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    • Description: The Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) focuses on making UT more sustainable through various initiatives. Come join us as we work to reduce our campus' ecological footprint. Our initiatives include expanding recycling on campus, food recovery and waste reduction.
  • Student Government

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    • 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 Nurses Association

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    • Description: The purpose of the Student Nursing Association is to aid in the preparation of nursing students for the assumption of professional responsibilities. We assist in the development of the whole person and that person's responsibilities. SNA provides programs representative of fundamental and current professional interests and concerns.
  • Student Physical and Occupational Therapy Society (SPOTS)

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    • 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

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    • Description: The programming board of Student Productions, SP, exists to complement the educational experiences of students at The University of Tampa by supporting the UT mission and offering a variety of co-curricular experiences for students. SP intentionally promotes and fosters collaboration, inclusion, and creativity among students and student organizations and clubs. Through these experiences, Student Productions strives to bring the campus community together to enhance student engagement and create an environment that addresses student development outside of the classroom.
  • Tampa Spartans for Animals

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    • Description: Just an organization that likes to care for animals!
  • Tau Kappa Epsilon

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    • 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.

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    • Description: This organization consists of overachieving education majors who want to make a difference in the lives of children. We take on research projects, participate in community service and work together to implement new research-based strategies in local elementary schools. When possible, we take trips to places such as the Ron Clark Academy and other professional development conferences to better ourselves and our future careers.
  • The Film Society

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    • 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

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    • 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.
  • UNICEF at UT

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    • 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 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

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    • Description: Unified Dance Crew wants to bring together students at The University of Tampa through the gift of movement and dance. We wish to create a fun and lively environment where everyone is free to express who they are and what they love.
  • United Nations Student Alliance

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    • Description: We, the United Nations Students Alliance, seek to provoke debate and independent thought in relation to transformative political, humanitarian and international issues. The stated purpose of the United Nations Student Alliance is to (i.) encourage discussion and acknowledgement of the international community’s ailments and (ii.) lead humanitarian endeavors in order to reduce the suffering of man. We are organized to empower the students of The University of Tampa to act as informed global participants by supporting the philanthropic work of the United Nations. We shall strive to broaden and deepen knowledge of the United Nations system through education and we shall promote efforts that advance the goals of the United Nations Charter through advocacy.
  • University of Tampa Club Golf Team

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    • 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

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    • Description: The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is the foremost organization for students interested in public relations and communications. We seek to advance the public relations profession by nurturing generations of future professionals. We advocate rigorous academic standards for public relations education, the highest ethical principles and diversity in the profession.
  • University of Tampa Recovery Community

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    • Description: University of Tampa Recovery Community is safe space for UT students struggling with addiction and substance abuse to come together and support each other. It is modeled after the CRC (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. UTRC is designed to provide an educational opportunity alongside recovery support to ensure that students do not have to sacrifice one for the other.
  • UT Diplomats

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    • Description: The University of Tampa Diplomats have altruistically served the University campus and local community since 1983. The members of the organization are leaders who serve as ambassadors to the University and encompass the ability to serve, motivate, empower and educate their peers. Diplomat membership consists of some of the University’s top leaders. The members are selected based on their ability to work with others, leadership and charisma. Diplomats facilitate Minaret Society dinners, Business Network Symposiums, Family Weekend and commencement events for the campus every academic year. They also organize and train the Fall Orientation Team Leaders to be a part of the first year experience for the new incoming students. These are only a few of the organization’s contributions to the campus community.
  • UT Entrepreneurs

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    • Description: UT Entrepreneurs is the official Tampa Bay chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneur's Organization (C.E.O). The UT Entrepreneurs aims to provide a professional environment in which any type of entrepreneurial notion can prosper. We help students facilitate their mission of becoming entrepreneurs by providing various opportunities as well as a supportive atmosphere. Our members have the opportunity to meet with successful, powerful and prosperous entrepreneurs in and around the Tampa Bay area. UT Entrepreneurs is more than one student organization working towards a common goal. Our members possess "light bulb" moments. Where you see a problem, UT Entrepreneurs can develop a solution. Get prepared entrepreneurs to make your dreams a reality. Join UT Entrepreneurs today!
  • UT Women Business Professionals Association

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    • 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

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    • Description: UTampa Pride is a safe space for LGBTQ+ people and allies to come together for activism, education and social events. We are committed to creating an open-minded, welcoming community and to fostering a healthy respect for all individuals regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. Our group serves to raise awareness and address issues pertaining to all LGTBQ+ people, and to provide a safe environment for support. We host a variety of events such as our annual drag show, general meetings, dances or just social gatherings. During our general meetings, we have a wide range of topics from stereotypes, gender identity/expression to religion and many others.
  • UTTV: Spartan Television

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    • Description: UTTV: Spartan Television exists to inform and connect the student body through the use of entertaining, interactive and informative video content.
  • Watch Your BAC

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    • Description: Watch your BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) is a harm reduction program that encourages college students to lower their risk if they choose to drink alcohol. Areas of alcohol education include: None For the Road; Staying In Your Green Zone (keeping your BAC below a .06); and Standard Drink Equivalents to reduce alcohol related problems. We also work with DACCO, a local alcohol coalition which provides us with social media outlets, events, and even an app to “Watch Your BAC” if consuming alcohol.
  • WUTT Radio

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    • Description: WUTT: Spartan Radio has served as a voice of the UT community since 1946, providing up-to-date coverage of what matters to students and faculty and looks to continue to do so. WUTT is also a great educational resource for students interested in journalism, communication and media services, as well as looking to work in a marketing, finance and event services within the organization. The organization's event request services provide music, microphones and other technological enhancements and DJ services. We work with many other organizations on campus as we volunteer to bring the best to every event for the student population.
  • Zeta Beta Tau

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    • 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 nation’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.
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated

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    • Description: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated is an international women’s organization that has established itself as the foremost network of socially and politically conscious activists working to empower disenfranchised communities. On Jan. 16, 1920, five trailblazers at Howard University in Washington D.C.: Arizona Cleaver Stemons, Pearl Anna Neal, Myrtle Tyler Faithful, Viola Tyler Goings and Fannie Pettie Watts, sought to depart from established organizations and founded a new sisterhood predicated on the precepts of scholarship, service, sisterhood and finer womanhood.