Get Involved...DO SOMETHING!
Get Involved...DO SOMETHING!
With more than 100 student organizations to choose from, the University of Michigan-Flint has an organization for everyone. There are organizations for various academic departments, religions, and cultural backgrounds, as well as organizations for honors, club sports, social fraternities and sororities, service groups, and special interests. Given all these opportunities, it is hard to imagine wanting more.
However, if you can not find an organization that matches your interest, or if you have an idea for a new organization, feel free to talk with staff about forming a new group.
For more information, please contact us in the Department of Student Involvement and Leadership (361 UCEN).
Major Student Organizations
- College Democrats
As the student wing of the Democratic Party, this club dedicates itself to organizing college students from across the campus in order to inspire and assist the participation of young Americans into the political process and the Democratic Party. The College Democrats strive to better the country and to promote the principles of equality, opportunity, social justice, and freedom within a just and strong society.
Student Contact: Melvin L. Webster
- College Republicans
The College Republicans student organization seeks to present a positive image of the Republican party and provide information to the university community about the philosophy and actions of the party, both locally and nationally.
Student Contact: Brandon DuBois-Jones
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/26226028189/
- Students for Life
Our goal is to be a pro-life presence on campus. The main purpose of our group will be to change hearts and minds about abortion and other life issues, and above all to uphold the woman's dignity and the right to life. We hope to do this not only through organized events to create dialogue between both pro-choice and pro-life students but also in the situations that we each meet in day to day life, in our classes, and with our friends.
Student Contact: Johnathan Belanger
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/studentsforlife/
- Feminists For Global Equality
We are committed to promoting social equality, justice, and women’s issues. Its principal goal is to give a voice to not only women, but to all students by providing support, resources, and empowerment to students and community. It plans to be an advocate for student and community voices, and a politicizing force in our community.
Student Contact: Lucy Gibbons
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/umflintfge
- Beta Alpha Psi Honor Society
The Eta Xi chapter of this national honors fraternity for financial information professionals strives to coordinate extra-curricular activities and academic opportunities through lectures, social activities, interaction with the School of Management faculty, and community service events. Past service events include VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance), blood drives, and Toys for Tots.
Student Contact: Amie S Auten
- Eta Sigma Gamma
Eta Sigma Gamma is a national Health Education honorary organization. The Delta Phi chapter provides an opportunity for UM-Flint students to network with other Health Education students and professionals, volunteer to improve the health of the community, and engage in personal and professional growth activities.
Student Contact: Antione Martin
- Golden Key International Honor Society
Golden Key is an academic honour society which recognizes and encourages scholastic achievement and excellence among college and university students from all academic disciplines. Members are connected to exclusive career opportunities and assistance through Golden Key's partnerships with major corporations and graduate programs.
Student Contact: Rebecca Blakeney
Website: https://www.goldenkey.org/ or https://www.facebook.com/goldenkey.umflint
- Phi Alpha Honor Society
Phi Alpha is a national honor society for undergraduate and graduate social work students. Membership is open to students who have attained sophomore status and a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Phi Alpha has an academic focus, and hosts different scholastic type events throughout the year.
Student Contact: Cameron Edwards
- Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society
Pi Sigma Alpha is a national honor society that recognizes Political Science majors and minors who have high academic achievement. It also strives to raise political awareness through various community events, and welcomes the involvement of anyone interested in political science.
Student Contact: Schuyler Ferguson
Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology
Psi Chi is a national honor society that recognizes Psychology majors and minors who have high academic achievement. It also strives to raise psychological awareness through various community events, and welcomes the involvement of anyone interested in psychology.
Student Contact: Amber Mach
Sigma Tau Delta
Sigma Tau Delta is an honor society comprised of English majors and minors. All students are welcome to join this organization which creates an environment for English enthusiasts, lovers of literature, rapt readers, and writers. While all students are welcome to join only those majoring or minoring in English with an overall GPA of 3.0 and a GPA in English (major or minor) of 3.5 are able to be fully inducted into the national honor society.
Student Contact: Cassie Thayer
- InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God’s word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purposes in the world.
Student Contact: Charmaine Harvey
- Monday Manna
The mission of Monday Manna (M2) is to equip college students to enact their own Christian endeavors today and experience God working through their lives. We believe that God has called young people to lead the cause of Jesus Christ today. The result of students participating in M2 is a generation of youth empowered to transform the world!
Student Contact: Nancy Wilson
- Muslim Student Association
The Muslim Student Association is dedicated to increasing religion tolerance and cleaning up misconceptions about Islam. They hold weekly meetings and many other events throughout the year to help with this effort. Everyone is welcome to join.
Student Contact: Salaam Tarakji
- Newman Catholic Fellowship
Newman Catholic Fellowship is a group where students can find fellowship and friendship with each other, with the community, and with our Lord, Jesus Christ. Together, we seek to grow in our faith and explore with great joy the presence of God in our lives and the love He has for His people.
Student Contact: Samantha Lang
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/ncf.umflint
Student Contact: Mary Ishaku
Black Student Union
The Black Student Union works to promote cultural awareness, community service, and encourage a positive educational environment. The organization works hard to accomplish this through social and educational events while providing a space where awareness of resources, social justice, and a sense of community are the priorities.Student Contact: Jaslyn Morris Facebook
Student Contact: Sharada Lnu
Student Contact: Samantha Scott
- Korean Student Association
The Korean Student Association strives to share and enhance the Korean culture with those who are interested in the country as well as its culture, as well as making Korean international students feel more comfortable in a foreign country by connecting these students with non-Korean students through social, educational, and service oriented events.
Student Contact: Sul Kwag
- Native American Student Association
We strive to provide support for the Native American students on campus and educate the UM-Flint community on Native American culture and customs.
Student Contact: Kyle Manley
- Saudi Student Association
The Saudi Student Club promotes educating the university and Flint community about the Saudi history and culture through difference events and encouraging participation in occasions such as National Day Celebration.
Student Contact: Abdulrahman Alshammari
- Spanish Club
The Spanish Club is an organization for students who enjoy the Spanish culture. It has many events planned throughout the school year in accordance with Spanish holidays.
Student Contact: Ronald Isaac
Student Contact: Matt Coggins
- United Student Association
Student Contact: Amged Eidelsafy & Mohammad Dlewati
The AnthrSciences Club keeps its members and those interested informed about past and ongoing anthropological theories and research as well as information in related areas of interest. Its goals are to help provide the needed tools so that its members feel confident when beginning the graduate school selection and application process. The club keeps members notified of upcoming seminars in the fields of anthropology, archeology and similar disciplines. Numerous speakers in these fields are brought to the area for lectures and research opportunities will also become available through this organization. Trips to anthropological conventions and Central America for fieldwork are also planned for those members interested.
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers
This student organization promotes mechanical engineering and the engineering programs at the University of Michigan-Flint and Ann Arbor.
Student Contact: Ali Asghar
The Chemistry Club is an award-winning Student Member Chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS) that is dedicated to promoting chemistry while providing an enriching, fun experience for its members. The organizations frequently create and perform various magic shows, demonstrations, and workshops on campus and in the community.
Student Contact: Alexa Barres
Criminal Justice Club
The Criminal Justice Club, at the University of Michigan-Flint, is an organization where criminal justice students can obtain information, network, attend seminars on timely events in criminal justice, and listen to prominent local speakers.
Student Contact: Brandon Bertram
- Entrepreneuer's Society
The Entrepreneur's Society at the University of Michigan-Flint was created to foster creativity and innovation by and between the university's faculty, staff, students, and the community in which we live. This will be accomplished by discussion sessions, invited lectureship, practical business-oriented experiences, and research efforts.
Student Contact: Dominic Lambaria
- Financial Management Association
Our organization aims to provide an avenue for students focused in business and finance to have the ability to form study groups for the GMAT, for career exploration through guest speaker from the industry, travel on trips and attend conferences for insight into the field, to provide information on licensing for various areas of business and finance and philanthropies.
Student Contact: Robert Gantz
- Healthcare Administration Student Organization
The Healthcare Administration Student Organization (HASO) is designed to provide students within the health care administration program an opportunity to develop effective leadership skills, access to information on careers and job opportunities, as well as the opportunity for networking within the health care industry.
Student Contact: Hannah Murdoch
- Historical Society
The purpose of this organization is to encourage an interest in history, to help other students who are having difficulty in the field and to sponsor history related projects.
Student Contact: Justin Wetenhall
- Molecular Biology Club
The Molecular Biology Club is comprised of energetic, focused, and excited students who wish to make a difference on our campus and in the community. Any students who are interested in approaching science from fun and interesting angles, while gaining important volunteer experience, are more than welcome.
Student Contact: Rebecca Farr
- National Association for Music Education
The National Association for Music Education strives to form a community with any music education students at UM-Flint. It is a professional development group, which emphasizes in learning new music teaching techniques. It gives students the opportunity to network with other music education professional in the community and schools.
Student Contact: Stephen Simmons
- Pre-Dental Club
The Pre-Dental Club is open to all students interested in having a career in the dental field. It involves up to date information used in the professional field, guest speakers for guidance for dental school entries, full practice DAT exams to help prepare for the real DAT and trips to dental schools to broaden options for the future.
Student Contact: Stephanie Myers
- Pre-Med Club
The Pre-Med Club focuses on preparing students for entry into medical school or other medically oriented professional schools prior to matriculation. Some of the events provided include practice entry exams, professional speakers, and tours of other campuses.
Student Contact: Issam Kadadu
- Pre-Physical Therapy Club
The Pre-Physical Therapy purpose is to become familiar with physical therapy and meet other students with the same interests. This organization plans tours of local hospitals and have guest speakers from different fields of physical therapy. Meet current PT students and talk with them to find out more about the program here at UM-Flint first hand.
Student Contact: Alicia Gillman
- Pre-Veterinary Club
Student Contact: Amanda Chowning
- Psychology Club
Student Contact: Rebecca Horning
- Radiation Therapy Student Organization
The Radiation Therapy Student Organization aims to raise UM-Flint students' and the Flint community's awareness about various types of cancer as well as cancer prevention and treatment, raise funds for charity organizations benefiting cancer patients and cancer research, and provide support for radiation therapy students in their pursuit of professional and academic development.
Student Contact: Tayler Lewis
- SAE International (Society of Automotive Engineers)
SAE International encourages and supports the development of skills related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in an effort to provide students with an experience beyond the typical textbook theory.
Student Contact: Scott Sier