An important aspect of the college experience is the opportunity to explore new activities, expand current interests and develop leadership and citizenship. Student organizations and activities at UC Clermont can help you do all of those things!
Below is a current list of organizations. Please contact Student Life for more information on how to join, or on how to start up an organization of your own!
UC Clermont Student Organizations
Students promoting awareness for deaf culture through engaging and educational sign language and initiating events. Open to anyone.
Promotes activities related to biology, biology-related service activities and interaction among students and faculty. Open to anyone.
Allows students to continue their participation in cheerleading after high school. The squad supports and promoted the UC Clermont basketball team.
Designed to help new and existing students enrolled in chemistry classes to form study groups and increase knowledge of career opportunities. Open to anyone.
Political group supporting candidates and agenda items of the Democratic Party. Open to anyone.
A fellowship of Christians committed to growth and service with an emphasis on small groups for personal growth.
FIC will promote finance-related activities and careers throughout the community. FIC will focus on providing opportunities to members to learn about various career paths and useful information to advance in the financial and investment fields both personally and professionally.
This organization is for students who are interested in learning about the business world through firsthand experiences.
National Honor Society. By invitation only.
The purpose of this student association shall be to elevate the standards, ideals, competence, and ethics of future respiratory care professionals.
Links the campus and the community at large through advocacy programs, student-led functions and civic engagement. Open to anyone.
Supports students in paralegal studies in networking and learning about the legal community thought hosting speakers, flied trips and offering services. Open to anyone.
We will partner with faculty, staff and the wider local community to improve recycling efforts, to reduce consumption and to increase awareness of the impact of every day decision on the future of our planet.
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Promotes educational and professional development opportunities for students involved in information technology. Open to anyone.