Students who excel academically are invited to become members of the international honor organization for junior college students known as Phi Theta Kappa.
Sigma Tau Delta is the English honor society for four-year colleges and universities. Its purpose is to recognize academic achievement in English studies, to foster literacy, and to promote the study of English language, literature, and writing among students.
Explore our six societies where our students compete in intramural sports, complete on and off-campus service projects, and cultivate relationships with one another that will extend beyond your time on our campus.
The Student Body Government Association is composed of elected officers and senators who represent and serve the student body. Their goals are to promote and develop a spirit of friendship and goodwill among their peers, to enrich the Florida College experience through events and activities, and to provide valuable feedback to the administrators, staff and faculty.
Alpha Club is a select group of students who provide valuable service as the college’s ambassadors during the course of the academic year. Membership is a distinct honor and is only granted after a comprehensive selection process.
The Sowers Club is an opportunity for young men to develop their spiritual character and growth. Sowers meet regularly through small group studies and campus-wide devotionals to build lasting skills that enable them to grow in their relationship with God.
All young ladies are invited to join Woven, a group of women that meet to pray, sing and study the Bible in small group settings in the dorms and other nearby venues.
The Rotaract Club is Florida College’s service organization. It provides on and off-campus opportunities for students to enhance their knowledge and acquire skills that will assist them in personal development and help them to be of service in their community and around the world.
The Florida College Health Science Association (FCHSA) offers resources and learning opportunities to students interested in joining the world of healthcare professionals. FCHSA organizes lectures, dinners, and socials that allow Florida College students to meet and network with professionals in a variety of fields.
Students who enjoy playing chess as a casual pastime or in serious competition can join the auspicious Chess Club. An intra-club tournament is planned each semester and in the spring, the most skilled members play the faculty in a highly anticipated challenge match.
The Footlighters organization is an opportunity for students who want to support Florida College’s drama program without setting foot on a stage. Footlighters develop their abilities by working alongside skilled professionals in a variety of areas, including hair and make-up, stage management, lighting, set design, sound, box office and more!
The APPLE Club is an organization for education majors or students who are interested in pursuing a career in the education field.
Any student enrolled in at least one music class is eligible to join the National Association for Music Educators. This organization advocates at the local, state, and national levels; provides resources for teachers, parents, and administrators; hosts professional development events; and offers a variety of opportunities for students and teachers.
FCBA is an organization for those majoring in Business, Business Administration and Organizational Communication, as well as any students who are interested in pursuing a career in a related industry. This club organizes meetings, study groups, and panels of professionals that help students acquire crucial skills and valuable contacts.
Our Champions of Character Student Ambassadors are hand selected from their coaches that demonstrate the 5 core values set forth by the NAIA. Our group creates an on-campus service act & community service act each semester that all of athletics can participate in. Our student athletes learn how these values can benefit their life as well as others.
“The Champions of Character program helps participants find the balance by keeping five core values–integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, and servant leadership–at the heart of the athletics experience. Students learn to understand how the values play out in both practice and competition.”
A written proposal including club’s name, purpose, nature of activities, membership qualifications, and faculty sponsor must be submitted to the Dean of Students office.