Your passions, realized. Your personal interests in law are the driving force behind the success of student organizations. From business and health groups to co-curricular and minority groups, UF Law is home to over 50 registered student organizations.
Student Activities and Involvement on main campus maintains current student organization information through the registration process completed each year. For further information, please visit their website.
Your voice, heard. According to the SBA Constitution “[t]he Student Organizations Liaison will serve as Chair of this committee and the membership shall be one student from each UF Law student organization who shall be selected by the President or his or her designee. . .”
Members of this committee will have the unique opportunity to participate in SBA initiatives geared toward student organizations, as well as build partnerships with other groups. The Council will meet monthly.
Your needs, met. SBA is here to help student organizations:
- Build effective partnerships.
- Communicate effectively with faculty and administration.
- Voice their concerns.
- Connect with current and incoming students.
- Execute their visions by providing funds.
Download the SBA Student Organizations Guide for more info on getting your club SBA-ready!
To check out existing organizations at UF Law, take a look at our Student Organizations Directory.
For further information on Student Organizations, please contact the UF Law Student Affairs Office.
Student Affairs Office
Fredric G. Levin College of Law
P.O. Box 117621
Gainesville, FL 32611
Phone: (352) 273-0620
Fax: (352) 392-3800
For further information on the Student Organizations Council, please contact Faith Chamberlain, student organizations liaison.