Student Organizations

Overview

Multicultural Community

Have you heard of the Multicultural Community (MCC)?
The MCC is a coalition of multicultural student organizations on the Tampa campus that fosters cross-cultural relationships, facilitates intentional programs, and develops diverse student leaders through the support of the Tampa campus Office of Multicultural Affairs. MCC members are empowered to lead and achieve their greatest potential as multicultural student organizations at USF.

Who Can Join?
The MCC is open to all registered student organizations at the Tampa campus that are interested in establishing a coalition with other organizations related to cultural identity, celebration, and raising awareness. Greek-lettered organizations are not typically members of the MCC, although we strongly encourage partnership with MCC organizations.

Connect with the organizations of the MCC!

Click here to check out upcoming events being hosted by MCC member organizations!

The Tampa campus has over 600 registered student organizations! Of these organizations, there are over 50 student organizations that are cultural or identity based. The Office of Multicultural Affairs aims to connect students with these diverse student organizations to maximize their experience in inclusive environments.

Below are links to various Tampa campus student organizations who are part of our Multicultural Community. The organizations are based on demographics, with information about their organizations and links to their social media accounts. 

Arab/Middle Eastern Organizations
Asian/Pacific Islander Organizations
Black/African Organizations
Caribbean Organizations
European Organizations
International Organizations
Latinx Organizations
LGBTQ+ Organizations
Undocumented Organizations

Check out BullSync for additional Tampa campus student organizations. 


Learn more about student organzations through the Office of Leadership & Student Organizations on the St. Petersburg campus and the Office of Student Engagement on the Sarasota-Manatee campus.