Citrus Student Life
Academic-related Student Organizations
- Community of Scholars Honors Program
The Community of Scholars offers diverse opportunities for students to expand their knowledge beyond the classroom. Throughout the academic year, field trips are scheduled to provide educational exposure to social and cultural activities and events.
- "In the Write Mind," Literary and Arts Magazine
"In the Write Mind" is the forum for CF students' and staff inspiration, published every spring. Writing submissions of poetry, fiction or essays, and artwork such as drawings, paintings or photography can be submitted.
- Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honor society in American higher education with more than 1.5 million members. The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. This club is chartered at the Ocala Campus.
Student Interest Clubs
- The Citrus ACTIVE Sports Club
Citrus ACTIVE Club provides an opportunity for students to participate in physical fitness activity in a non-competitive environment.
- Gamers United
The gaming community is growing! Come join the frey as we build and network with other CF gamers. Gamers United strives to create an all-encompassing community for all who dabble in gaming of any type — PC, console, board games, etc.
Diversity & Culture
- Rainbow Reality
The purpose of this club is to promote tolerance and understanding. Members will discuss current events specific to LGBTQ tolerance as well as provide a safety net for each other. This club will unite LGBTQ+ and straight allies in order to make CF a safer and more accepting campus.
Faith & Spiritual
The mission of Citrus Campus FUSION is to see CF students transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ, within a context of redemptive community, resulting in deeds of compassion, mercy, and grace toward the world around them for the glory of God alone. Members host bi-weekly lunches with moderated discussion about Christianity, faith and culture. There are also weekly small groups for discipleship and fellowship.
Academic & Personal Enhancement
- Model United Nations
The CF Model United Nations encompasses cultural understanding and global knowledge for students and people throughout our community. CF Model United Nations hosts an MUN conference for local high school students and aids the in-class MUN simulations on campus. The ultimate goal for the club is to foster global leadership and diplomatic skills for all students who participate.
- Reaching Excellent Academic Cultural Highs
REACH is designed to promote cultural awareness and inspire the non-traditional student. REACH will host activities and events and select members to attend conferences.
Rotaract provides an opportunity for students to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
- Student Nurses Association
The Student Nurses Association helps members who are ADN and pre-nursing students address the many facets of the nursing profession. The club offers programs representative of current professional interest and concern, as well as ways to help improve health care and resolve related social issues for the community. This club is chartered at the Ocala Campus.
Student Leadership Organizations
- CF Ambassadors
College of Central Florida Ambassadors strive to create a positive image of the college through student outreach and service. Ambassadors are official representatives of the college. They have the opportunity to work campus and community events, promoting various programs and services. They obtain business experience and essential life skills in the areas of communication, leadership, public relations and more!
- Student Activities Board
The Student Activities Board, the central governing student organization on campus, initiates and coordinates a variety of activities designed to enhance students’ connection to CF and campus life, as well as encouraging participation in and supporting campus clubs and organizations. Participating in the SAB and its activities gives students a chance to pursue their interests while developing new friendships and skills for the future.
Contact Student Life
Email Kaitlin Kirby or stop by the Dorothea G. Jerome Building.