There are so many ways to get involved on campus – whatever your interests, we have an organization for you! Don’t see what you are looking for? We are happy to help you start a new organization and connect you to students with similar interests.
Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) offer students the opportunity to engage in a well-rounded university experience, fostering leadership development, interpersonal relationships, educational experiences, and professional skills. The Office of Student Affairs, in partnership with the Student Government Council, is committed to the development of student leaders, organizations, and the campus community.
Managing and maintaining an organization can be challenging. Check out these resources for RSO leaders and advisors to help you be successful.
The recognition process occurs each August and new organizations are always forming. Learn about the process and get connected to resources.
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.
The Civil Engineering Association (CEA) supports civil engineering students and students interested in the civil engineering field in building professional connections and hands-on experiences.
The Communication Club assists students in the professional development and social networking for communication students or any student interested in the communication field.
The English Club supports English students and students interested in the field of English in building professional connections and practicing their skills outside of the classroom environment.
The Gaming Club fosters a fun and relaxing environment for students to gather around their favorite games, whether board, card, video, or other games.
Lambda Alpha Epsilon is a co-ed professional criminal justice association dedicated to individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement, law, victim advocacy, investigations, and other related professions.
Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) is a leadership honor society that recognizes individuals who have attained a high standard of leadership in collegiate and/or community activities and encourages them to aspire to higher achievements.
The Online Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Club provides a welcoming atmosphere, supporting students of all levels in the degree goals. The organization is a hub for the online computer community which builds connections with other students and professional associations.
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.
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.
From the Harry Potter world to the FSU Panama City campus, the Quidditch team invites players of all skill levels to train and compete as part of the US Quidditch organization.
The Recreation Club supports Recreation, Tourism, and Events students as well as students interested in the recreation field in building professional connections and hands-on experiences.
The Scuba Hyperbaric and Recreational Club (SHARC) coordinates and facilitates SCUBA trainings and organizes diving related recreational activities.
The Society of Student Social Workers (SSSW) is dedicated to creating a positive social and educational atmosphere for social work students. In addition to increasing awareness of social work issues and values, SSSW is also committed to providing a forum for students to gain hands-on experience solving today’s problems.
Veterans of America (VOA) supports veterans, active military, and military-connected students in their academic, career, and personal goals. VOA provides students with resources and connections on campus and in the community and advocates for the unique needs of veteran students.
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.
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