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To update your listing in this directory, email your changes to studentorganizations@ut.edu. If you would like to start a new registered student organization on campus, please visit Engage. Student organizations must register their group with the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement and renew their registration prior to each academic year.

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  • 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.