One More Reason To #BeAnOsprey: We’re fluent in Greek


The average college student takes approximately 15 college credit hours per semester. This means they are only in the classroom 15 hours per week. So what are you supposed to do with the remaining 153 hours per week? Get involved!

Greek Life
For many students, having a traditional college experience means going Greek. UNF offers 25 fraternity and sorority chapters whose members are involved in all aspects of campus, from Student Government to Athletics to Residence Life and work with and for a large variety of non-profit organizations in the community and nationally.

Chapters by type

Interfraternity Council (IFC)-General Men’s Fraternities

Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)-Multicultural & Multiethnic Fraternities and Sororities

National Pan-Hellenic Council (HPHC)– Historically African-American Fraternities and Sororities

Panhellenic Council (PC)- General Women’s Sororities

UNF Club Alliance
Greek life not part of your college plans? No problem, there are plenty of other clubs and organizations to get involved with.  UNF currently has over 200 registered student organizations. And if you still can’t find one you are interested in, you can always form a new club! Below are a few examples of student clubs at UNF. Visit our Club Alliance page for a complete list.

Examples of Clubs by Type






Special Interests

Your Personal Journey
We’re focused on you. Your personal journey in and out of the classroom is something we care deeply about. UNF fosters not only intellectual growth but also the cultural growth and civic awareness of our students. Simply, our goal is to prepare students for life and help them become significant contributors of their communities.

The Osprey Experience
We want students to feel at home here. UNF offers many ways for Ospreys to get involved in activities that complement the classroom experience. Check out a few and see where you fit in:

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