Student Organizations and Clubs
Student groups are a great way to get involved at Flagler College. Our groups provide a range of interesting and fun activities on and off campus. Take part in co-curricular academic programs, social events, community service projects, and more.
We offer a variety of clubs on campus centered around your interests and hobbies. Clubs range from academic, to social, to sports, and more. Don't see the perfect fit for you? Learn how to start a club!
College Sponsored Organizations
CAB plans social, recreational, and cultural events in order to bring students together and foster friendships through fun and stress-relieving activities. Past events have included movie nights on the West Lawn, pool parties, visits from comedians, and De-Stress Day, which is an event providing pizza, inflatable rides, and numerous other enjoyments to help students relax before finals. CAB is always open to suggestions and welcomes student input.Back To Top
A group of student-elected leaders, SGA is Flagler College’s liaison between students and the college, promoting fluid communication and thereby fostering the social and academic development of students. SGA actively represents student opinions, advocates cooperation and understanding in all areas of the college experience, implements improvements necessary to the welfare of students and the college, and encourages effective student organizations.Back To Top
The Black Female Development Circle is an organization founded by black women to serve as a support system for black women. Meetings are to be a place where women with similar experiences can come together to discuss current events and find comfort from one another. This Circle is open to all peoples of all backgrounds and identities, however the main focus is on the black woman. We will hold events and forums throughout the year with these purposes in mind: 1. Present vital knowledge in the form of mental and spiritual challenges to reshape thinking; 2. Provide mandatory practical life skills and specialized life skills that empower, and 3. Generate a stable environment of respect, admiration, and appreciation for our own kind and our contributions.Back To Top
This club allows black students on campus a collective community and will also allow club members to spread knowledge on black culture and identity.Back To Top
This club seeks to create a supportive community through exposure to and the exchange of ideas related to the field of deaf education. Members are encouraged to create and take part in volunteer opportunities in order to spread knowledge and awareness about deaf culture.Back To Top
Our purpose is to provide a safe place to discuss religious beliefs, as well as allow those of other faiths to ask questions regarding paganism, to share ideas about how to continue pagan practices, to open a dialogue with those of the Abrahamic Faiths about the existence of Paganism, and to find unity among others who practice pagan beliefs in a judgment-free zone. We are not defined as a strictly Pagan club; our mission is to bring a community of like-minded individuals together who enjoy the science behind metaphysical phenomena while maintaining cultural responsiveness to religious practices and faiths through a historical lens.Back To Top
This club provides a safe space for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students. Pride Alliance also works to promote issues in an inviting and welcoming environment for all students on campus. Pride Alliance acts as a student resource for LGBTQ+ issues and educates the students and staff of Flagler College on the lives of LGBTQ+ students in an effort to create acceptance. This club also performs acts of community service for St. Augustine and raises money for charitable organizations.
Formerly known as Club Unity.Back To Top
Lambda Chi Alpha’s mission is to positively impact the local community through service projects/organizations and fundraising events, as well as promote a sense of brotherhood and comradery in the Flagler family.Back To Top
CCW is a United Methodist multi-campus ministry serving NE Florida. We desire to serve college aged young adults from all religious and non-religious backgrounds. Our vision is to raise up a new generation of young adults who will live out the restorative vision of the reign of God in every area of life and throughout the world, and to fulfill the words of Isaiah 61:4.Back To Top
Catholic College Fellowship is a religious group open to everyone from all religious backgrounds and beliefs. We strive to create a community on campus and around St. Augustine that makes others feel welcome, wanted, and loved.Back To Top
The Jewish Student Association seeks to provide a fun, safe space for a) Jewish students of all backgrounds to congregate to learn and discuss our shared heritage and experiences; b) non-Jewish students to learn more about Jews and Jewish cultures, learn how to support our community, and immerse themselves and participate in a diverse dialogue on Jewish topics.Back To Top
The Flagler College Dance team aims to create an atmosphere on campus and in the community that builds social wellness, Flagler spirit, and pride within the community. The dance team practices multiple times per week, performs at the basketball games, and attends select competitions throughout the year.Back To Top
The Dive Club helps students become certified, keep certified divers active, and helps raise awareness of ocean conservation. The club typically attends multiple dives per semester.Back To Top
AIGA, the largest professional organization for design, is committed to advancing the value and impact of design, both locally and globally, as a vital cultural force. The AIGA Flagler College Chapter offers students the opportunity to get involved, create community, and build leadership skills. We seek to advance design as a professional craft, strategic advantage, and strive to inspire and support aspiring designers.
Hammock Link: https://orgsync.com/145973/chapterBack To Top
The Flagler College PRSSA chapter seeks to advance the public relations profession by teaching future professionals and helping students get involved in leadership programs, competitions and internships. The chapter serves as a networking ground between students and professionals, as well as a way for members to build professional portfolios. As members, students get a hands-on approach to public relations. The Flagler College PRSSA chapter also writes and executes strategic plans for local organizations.Back To Top
Special Interest/Social Clubs
This organization promotes the knowledge and appreciation of Japanese Animation and Publications.Back To Top
Film Club’s goal is to broaden the spectrum of the average young adult in the rising world of media to better understand the current culture and the change of cultures.Back To Top
Stimulate interest and promote the principles of the Democratic Party, as well as develop political leadership skills among students.Back To Top
Provide a venue for students to come together to learn, teach, and play various games, including video, board, card, etc.Back To Top
- Improve the lives of those who live with mental health conditions.
- Educate students, faculty, administrators, and other members of the campus community and surrounding community about mental illness.
- Advocate for improvements of mental health services on campus.
- Provide support programs for students on campus.
- Combat the stigma surrounding mental health conditions and break the barriers of seeking help.
- Collaborate with, enhance, and promote existing mental health services on campus.
- Raise funds on campus in support of the above objectives through club programs and events.
- Create programs and events that remain consistent with NAMI National’s stated values and mission.
The St. Augustine Spirit Squad (S.A.S.S.) seeks to educate students interested in the paranormal. They encourage safety and proper research among paranormal enthusiasts. Some activities include ghost tours and an annual Halloween party.Back To Top
T.E.A.C.H is an undergraduate club designed to help equip future teachers with the skills they need to be successful. Through volunteer opportunities at local schools as well as education and career development workshops, our students give back to the local community while simultaneously gaining professional skills. T.E.A.C.H members also meet other students who have similar goals and learn about teacher education programs at Flagler College.Back To Top
The Department of Theatre Arts petitioned the National Theatre Arts Honor Society, Alpha Psi Omega, to approve a chapter at Flagler College. Inductions take place after pledges have proven their contributions to the national chapter. The Chair of Theatre Arts, Andrea McCook, is the sponsor. This is a service organization as well as an honor society, and members must not only contribute to their department but to their college and community as well.Back To Top
Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship in psychology and to advance the science of psychology. Psi Chi is also a service organization that meets regularly to foster continued campus engagement, educate students and its members including panels and guest speakers, and encourage research opportunities and scholarly pursuits such as the Southeastern Psychological Association annual convention.Back To Top