Student Clubs & Organizations

Student Clubs & Organizations

Participation in clubs and organizations helps to round out the college experience by sharpening organizational, leadership, and communication skills. The Center for Student Engagement, Inclusion, and Belonging (CSEIB) serves as a resource to all student organizations to assist in leadership training, group development  and provide materials for publicizing activities. 

Campus Wide Programming/Governing

Civic Engagement

  • Environmentalists of IC (EIC)
  • Rotaract Club

Club Sports/Spirit

  • BLUE Crew
  • Legacy Dance Team
  • Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

Identity Based

  • African Student Union (ASU)
  • Black Student Union (BSU)
  • Japanese Club
  • Koinè International
  • Nuestra Casa (Latin Student Union)
  • Students for Sexual and Gender Equality (SAGE)
  • Women's Advocacy and Communications Club (WACC)
  • Disability Rights, Education, Activism, and Mentoring (DREAM)
  • First Gen Club


  • Debate Team
  • Criminal Justice Club
  • TheatreWorks

Greek Lettered Organizations

Music Groups

  • Vocal Ensembles
    • Blue Tie Affair
    • Chamber Singers
    • Concert Choir
    • Jacksonville Symphony Chorale
    • Women's Choral
  • Instrumental Ensembles
    • Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra
    • Jazz Ensemble
    • Pep Band
    • Small Ensembles and Combos
    • Wind Ensemble
  • Mu Phi Epsilon (International Music Fraternity)

Religious Organizations

  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
  • Identity Campus Ministry

Special Interest

  • Art Club
  • Chess Club
  • English Club
  • IC Aggies
  • Investment Club
  • Parker After Dark
  • Peers Advocating Towards Health
  • Smash Club
  • TableTop Club
  • Yoga Club

Student Publications

  • Forté (literary journal)

Honor Societies
Departmental Invitation Required

  • Alpha Kappa Delta (sociology)
  • Alpha Lambda Delta (first-year)
  • Alpha Psi Omega (theatre)
  • Alpha Zeta (agriculture)
  • Beta Beta Beta (biology)
  • Delta Mu Delta (business)
  • Iota Iota Iota (gender & women’s studies)
  • Kappa Delta Pi (education)
  • Lambda Pi Eta (communications)
  • Mu Phi Epsilon (music)
  • Omicron Delta Epsilon (economics)
  • Phi Alpha Theta (pre-law)
  • Phi Alpha Theta (history)
  • Phi Beta Kappa (national academic honorary)
  • Phi Sigma Iota (modern language)
  • Pi Kappa Delta (speech & debate)
  • Psi Chi (psychology)
  • Sigma Tau Delta (English)
  • Theta Alpha Kappa (religion)

If you are unable to find a student organization that fits your interests, any IC student is eligible to start their own! Creating a new student organization is a great leadership opportunity and getting the organization registered comes with many privileges on campus such as reserving space, utilizing the Center for Student Engagement, Inclusion, & Belonging workspace and more.