UF Organizations |
Services | Sororities
-Advance the liberation of women on campus and in the community.
Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research
3324 Turlington Hall,
P.O. Box 117352, Gainesville, FL 32611
Florida Women in Business
-Support and enhance the educational and professional growth of
individuals, particularly women, who have an interest in the field of
-The goal of the group is to expose individuals to various professionals
in business, and networking opportunities, through speakers, professional
groups, and various activities.
Collegiate Cattlewomen Association
-Promote the welfare of the livestock industry and foster the well being of the beef industry
education and promotion.
-Bi-monthly meetings, In-store beef demonstrations,
classroom discussions on beef, promoting the beef industry by displaying
our booth at various functions and educating the public about beef safety.
Law Association for Women
-Symposium/ forum on gender bias in the legal profession,
Three Rivers Legal Services volunteers, mentor program
with the 8th Judicial Circuit.
Society of Women Engineers
-Encourages students pursuing a course of study in engineering or related
Undergraduate Women In Science
-Develop a peer group, promote
-President, Kristina Winters
Vox: Voices for Planned Parenthood
-Exists to educate the university community about reproductive health and rights, to translate increased awareness into pro-choice activism on campus, and to serve as a coalition partner to state, national and international reproductive rights efforts.
-Phone: 377-0856 (Christine)
-President, Nicole Lang
-Encourage the joyous singing among women at the UF.
-Click on Services link for Women's Clinic
Women's Club Soccer
-Develop soccer skills and compete at a competitive college level.
-Practice and play the game of lacrosse.
Women's Leadership Council
leaders together to encourage, educate and motivate them to
embrace the challenge of leadership; to offer the tools, skills and ideas
necessary to help them set and achieve their educational, professional and
personal goals; and to facilitate the advancement of the role of women in
leadership positions on the UF campus and in the
Gainesville community, leading ultimately to the advancement,
and acceptence of women leaders in our society and around the world.
Women Raising Awareness in People
and social awareness to UF students.
-Community service, educational forums and Black Female Extravaganza, an annual
showcase celebrating the struggles and triumphs of Black Women.
Women's Roller Hockey Club
Women's Rugby Football Club
-Rugby combines the synchronized movement of basketball,
the continued movement of soccer and the physical contact common to
football. The clubs practice twice a week and play in the Florida Rugby
Union where they have won the championship on many occasions. All
is supplied and beginners are welcome.
-Give female athletes the ability to compete without the intense
commitment of a varsity level sport.
Women's Water Polo
Women's Health Research Center
-Links for any women's health topic including breast cancer, local women's clinics, rape and abuse resources, New York Times Women's Health news and many more
-Phone: 392-9000 or 392-9005
-Located in a trailer on Mowry Road, just east
of North South Drive and west of the Cogeneration Plant.
-Dr. Mary Ann Burg, M.S.W., Ph.D., Center Director
-Ms. Kathryn Grant, M.A., Center Coordinator & Webmaster
-Ms. Elspeth Keller, M.A., Program Assistant
Office of Victim Services, UPD
-Provides a crime victim advocate to anyone who may become a victim of crime while on the University of Florida campus. The victim advocate ensures that victims of crime receive fair treatment in accordance with the provisions of Florida State Statute 960. All services are free and confidential.
-Building 51, Museum Road
-Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
UF Counseling Center
-Professional counselors and therapists, offers individual or group counseling dealing with any form of sexual exploitation. All counseling services are free and confidential. Excellent referral system.
-301 Peabody Hall
Student Mental Health Clinic
-Assists students toward successful completion of educational programs by enhancing and maintaining their psychological and emotional well-being, providing support in situational crises, and by treating students when functioning is impaired by stress or psychiatric disorders. All services are free and confidential.
-245 Infirmary Building
-The Center for Sexual Assault/Abuse Recovery and Education, part of
Student Mental Health at UF's
Student Health Care Center, is committed to both awareness of
and recovery from sexual and/or physical abuse.
-C.A.R.E. offers confidential individual
and group counseling by specially trained therapists. Counseling
services are available to male and female UF students who are
victims of physical and/or sexual abuse or assault.
Office of Student Judicial Affairs
-Responsible for the judicial aspects of the code of student conduct at UF. Ensures that students referred to the office receive fair treatment in all aspects of their hearing process. Students, faculty, staff who believe that there has been a violation of the student code can contact the office of the Director to discuss options available for reporting incidents to the appropriate authority.
-P202 Peabody Hall
Gamma Sigma Sigma
-Develops a spirit of service to humanity and friendships among students of
all races and creeds.
Alpha Chi Omega
-Alpha Chi Omega House
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi House
Alpha Epsilon Phi
-Alpha Epsilon Phi House
Alpha Kappa Alpha
-Office: 310 Reitz Union
Alpha Omicron Pi
-Alpha Omicron Pi House
Delta Delta Delta
-Establish a perpetual bond of friendship for members.
-Delta Delta Delta House
-Delta Gamma House
Delta Phi Epsilon
-Office: Mimi Howard
-Phone: (352) 378-1126
Gamma Eta Sorority
-Promote sisterhood, diversity, campus involvement, academic achievement
and community service.
-Office: P.O. Box 11992 Gainesville FL 32604
-Kappa Delta House
Kappa Kappa Gamma
-Office: 401 SW 13th St.
Lambda Theta Alpha
-Teach the student body about Latino culture, women in particular.
-Fundraisers, service, cultural activities, socials and academic activities.
National Pan-Hellenic Council
-Composed of the representatives from the NPHC organizations on campus.
Promotes unity and cooperation between the historically black Greek letter
-Office: 310 C JWRU
-Composed of representatives and chapter presidents from each NPC sororities
-Office: Phi Mu House
Pi Beta Phi
-Pi Beta Phi House
Sigma Gamma Rho
-Office: Reitz Union 3rd Floor
-Sigma Kappa House
Jessica E. King
Sigma Lambda Gamma
-Promote excellence in morality, ethics and education. Work to better serve the needs and wants of all people
about the diverse cultures we all share.
-Office: Reitz Union
Corleon J. Taylor
South Asian Sorority Interest Group
-Foster unity among
South Asian women, build community awareness and gain a greater
understanding of oneself and others. Instill
leadership traits, excel in all academic endeavors, encourage an active
relationship between the sorority and its respective university, and do so
with the utmost compassion, dignity, and fortitude.
-Service projects, social events and cultural shows.
-Office: Exchange Apts.
Zeta Phi Beta
-Foster ideals of service, charity, scholarship, civic
and cultural endeavors, sisterhood and finer womanhood .
-Office: 310C J. Wayne Reitz Union
Brandy N. Williams
Zeta Tau Alpha
-Zeta Tau Alpha House
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