Student Organizations

Intersectional Organizations

These organizations emphasize intersectionality. Intersectionality describes the way that people's identities are interlinked and cannot be looked at separately.

Club de Español

Club de Español aims to give students an opportunity to practice their conversational Spanish skills, learn about Latin cultures, and apply their knowledge of Spanish to everyday life.

Bilingual Language and Literacy Investigative

BLLING aims to conduct and discuss current research topics involving literacy, offer education on bilingual language and literacy issues, and support the community through hosting free speech screenings and other events aimed at increasing awareness of bilingual and biliteracy issues and disparities.

Gospel Choir at USF

The Gospel Choir at USF is dedicated to spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ through musical ministry, vocal training, fellowship, biblical education, and community.

USF Hillel

USF Hillel aims to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students at the University of South Florida so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Jewish life on campus is growing! With Monday night Ice Cream Parlors, Trips to Israel, Shabbat Dinners, Tikkun HaYam, and Jewish Advocacy, there are plenty of options for Jewish students to take part in Jewish life at the University of South Florida.

Hindu Students Council

The Hindu Students Council is a socio-cultural organization at USF dedicated towards bringing together Hindu students in the Tampa Bay community. We aim to provide a safe space for Hindu students to meet each other, build friendships, and exchange ideas. Our members have been actively volunteering in the community, attending events, and hosting fundraisers that benefit local Hindu causes.

Minority Pre-Professional Science Society

Minority Pre-Professional Science Society, or MPSS assists pre-health profession students, especially minorities, in exploring and gaining insight into healthcare careers by coordinating informational programs, providing academic resources, and organizing volunteer and shadowing opportunities. Our goal is to provide resources that help increase the number of minority students applying into professional health-related programs.


The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.

Robert R. Green ICMA Student Chapter at USF

The Robert R. Green International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Student Chapter at USF, a student branch of the International City/County Management Association, connects students and professors alike to local governments. The goals of the ICMA Student Chapters are to introduce and integrate students into local government and the management profession and familiarize students with ICMA members, resources, and the Code of Ethics.