Recognized Student Organizations

For information on student organizations please contact the Student Engagement Coordinator at (850) 770-2195.

Anesthetist Club

The mission of the Anesthetist club is to improve the knowledge base and understanding of the world of anesthesia. To help others interpret the power dynamic in the operating room and elsewhere.

Art Club

Seminole Life on Campus offers a fun, safe space for artists of any kind to create, promote the sharing, discussion, and celebration of art.

Black Student Union

The Black Student Union (BSU) promotes leadership, academic excellence, cultural awareness, and community engagement amongst students of African descent. The BSU serves to represent Black students with institutional administration, faculty, staff, the student body, and the surrounding communities.

Cinema Club

Cinema Club’s mission is to preserve and present modern and classical cinema to students for study and entertainment.

Connect with an Open Mind & Restore the Environment (CORE)

CORE was created with an envision to have a clean environment and a healthy ecosystem.


Devotio'NOLES, is a Christian-faith based RSO, sponsored by Collide College Ministry, is to dive into Biblical studies, learn how to apply those Biblical values to everyday life, and foster relationships between students and their Heavenly Father.

Emerald Coast Association for Behavior Analysis (ECABA)

The mission of ECABA is to assemble local behavior analysis, professionals who work in related disciplines, and individuals interested in behavior analysis to discuss issues related to the field of ABA, to provide continuing education and provide public education. 

English Club

Supports students in building professional connections & practicing their skills outside of the classroom environment.

Gaming Club

The Gaming Club creates a social atmosphere where members play a variety of games including, but not limited to, tabletop, board games, videogames, and phone games.

Muslim Student Association
Online AMC Club
Pre-Law Club

The Pre-Law Club is focused on exposing students to the myriad of opportunities in the legal profession.  Pre-Law Club members are students from a wide variety of majors, interests, and backgrounds curious to explore the field of law.  The Club provides valuable resources and guidance through discussions, guest speakers, and hands-on experiences like LSAT Prep and field trips, such as meeting Florida Supreme Court Justices in Tallahassee, judges with the First District Court of Appeal, and a tour of the FSU Law School.

Pride Club

The purpose of Pride Club is to foster the LGBTQ+ community. We will provide a space for members of the LGBTQ+ community and our allies to come together and celebrate our traditions, history, and bright future. We seek to educate the campus and local community about LGBTQ+ life, identity, issues, and needs.

Project Runway

Project Runway provides an opportunity for students to learn and practice sewing skills. Additionally, the club creates items for donation to causes in the local community.

Psychology Club

The Psychology (Psych) Club serves to educate others about the field of psychology, promotes campus spirit through events, and helps organizations in the community through volunteer and fundraising efforts.

Rocketry and Mechatronics

Rocketry and Mechatronics (RAM) is designed to provide a practical application in STEM fields of mechanical and electrical systems, with a focus on continuing FSU PCs participation in the NASA Student Launch competition under the banner Daedalus.


The Scuba Hyperbaric and Recreational Club (SHARC) coordinates and facilitates SCUBA trainings and organizes diving related recreational activities.

Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)

The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) is a national organization with both student and professional charters across the United States.

Society of Creative Engineers

S.C.E is a project based club in which members design, create, and assemble a decided project. Team work, problem solving, and creativity will be shown by all members as a common goal is met. 

Volleyball Club at FSU Panama City

The mission of the FSU PC Volleyball club is to prepare students at FSU PC and GCSC to play volleyball and succeed at a competitive level.


More Ways to Get Involved

Not only can FSU Panama City students join organizations on our campus, but they can also get involved with organizations in Tallahassee and at Gulf Coast State College.

FSU Tallahassee

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Gulf Coast State College

As part of the Seminole-Commodore Alliance, FSU Panama City students are invited to participate in organizations and activities just across the street!


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