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Clubs and Activities

  • Aikido Club

    Contacts: Caleb Dick, Noah Solomon

    Aikido Club aims to teach students the fundamentals of Tomiki Aikido through weekly meetings with a local sensei. Students can expect to learn concepts in self-defense and proper movements to avoid injury.

  • All Power to the Imagination

    Contacts: API Conference

    All Power to the Imagination (API) provides an opportunity to discuss how theory and practice can work together to create stronger, more successful social movements. We sponsor an academic conference on campus each spring.

  • Anarchy Deathsticks

    Contacts: Alex Johnson, Meagan Ash

    Anarchy DeathSticks is a club where people can get together to knit and/or crochet, or even possibly learn to do either.

  • Animal Interest Club

    Contacts: Olivia Van Housen, Codee Vogler,

    To promote and provide opportunities for volunteering/internships to students in areas of shelter animals, animals of the homeless/displaced/disabled, feral cats, service dogs and wildlife conservation. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Bible Club

    Contacts: Gabriella Elmir

    Bible Club is comprised of students from Christian backgrounds, however anyone is welcome to come. We meet once a week in the GDC for fellowship with other students who believe in the Christian faith. At meetings we normally have a Bible study, listen to Christian music and close in prayer.

    Note: Bible Club is the NEW name for Jesus Club

  • Black Student Union

    Contacts: Paul Loriston, Miles Iton

    “But diversity is neither sustainable nor valuable without a campus culture that welcomes difference and the vigorous exchange of ideas that often conflict.” This is a quote from the NCF Four Year Plan. As an organization, we are working toward building a campus climate that truly feels open and accepting towards its community members of color.

    Our plan is to affect change by creating spaces and hosting events that encourage community members to critically engage with issues of race and identity in their personal lives and in relation to the larger social world.

    Black Student Union has six different sub-committees focusing on different tasks, including one focused on planning Black History Month at NCF.

  • Bull Sharks Dive Club

    Contacts: Yara Rincon, Constance Sartor

    The Bull Sharks dive club strives to offer scuba diving opportunities and education to all New College students, faculty and alumni. We run monthly dive trips to exciting diving locations all over Florida that are open to members of all certification levels and abilities.

    Each semester the Bull Sharks partner with local dive shop, Scuba Quest, to offer introductory diving certification courses at discounted rates. Our goal is to facilitate safe and responsible scuba diving and to explore Florida beneath the waves!

  • Casual Running Club

    Contacts: Issac Quiros, Allegra Nolan

    “We run to eat. We eat to run.”
    “We run to exercise, we run to make friends.”
    “Always have fun”
    Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • College Democrats

    Contacts: George Thurlow

    The NCF Democrats are the club that advocates and represents the Democratic Party on campus. We work with local, state, and national political organizations in order to accomplish change. As well, we frequently attend events and conventions that have exciting guest speakers.

  • Comedy Friends!

    Contacts: Alba Abrams, Austin Gray

    The Comedy Friends are the comedy improv group on campus who strive to create a safe and welcoming space for those who love to laugh and make others laugh in return. We plan to meet twice a week for “rehearsals” composed of playing improv games, and then perform a selection of these games in front of a live New College Audience! Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Council of Green Affairs

    Contacts: Adilyne McKinlay

    The Council of Green Affairs is a branch of the New College Student Alliance dedicated to making campus more environmentally sustainable. They allocate funds from the Green Fee, a pool of money set aside for students to use on projects related to sustainability.

  • Dance Collective

    Contacts: Eugenia Quintanilla, Rachel Ceciro

    Dance Collective is a showcase program dedicated to student performance and exploration of dance. Students of all experience levels and style interests are welcomed to collaborate, choreograph, dance and help produce a show at the end of each semester for the New College community. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Dungeoneer’s Guild

    Contacts: Tyler Freeman, Ryan Coleman, Hannah Jacobs

    The Dungeoneer’s Guild aims to foster a friendly and creative space for players to play tabletop RPGs such as Dungeons and Dragons. The club looks to foster community between existing players and those who have an interest in learning to play. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Empty Set Circus

    Contacts: Eve Burns, Bliss Aruj

    To provide a safe and exciting space for students on campus to learn about the flow arts and all things circus: mainly hula-hooping, staff spinning, poi spinning, fans, etc. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Food Not Bombs

    Contacts: Cristina Harty

    The mission of Food Not Bombs is to recover and share free food with the public without restriction to protest war, poverty and the destruction of the environment.

  • Four Winds Cycling Club

    Contacts: Cole Zelznak

    This club is for anyone at New College who wants to meet other people and ride bikes. “Official” biweekly club events will also be organized and posted online. Club rides at the beginning of the year will start out easy, as our aim is to get riders to share their experience and knowledge so everyone can become more comfortable with basic and advanced riding skills.

    Riders of all experience levels are welcome, as long as they are OK with the stated pace of a ride! Most group rides will adhere to a ‘no-drop’ policy; if you are not comfortable being left behind, someone will stay with you or the group’s pace will slow.

  • Generation Action

    Contacts: Cristina Harty, Sarah Scully

    To provide safe, positive, and inclusive sexual health education to the students of New College. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • German Club

    Contacts: Connie Miranda, Lukas Heath

    The German Club is for anyone with interest in celebrating Germany’s culture. Germany proficiency is not required. The German Club gets together to watch some good German movies, have German picnics in the beach, and have fun. For those taking German courses, there’s also the chance to get together for a study group. However, the German Club whole purpose is to have fun while enjoying the great culture that Germany has. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Hillel

    Contacts: Elly Bovarnick,

    New College Hillel seeks to facilitate and invigorate Jewish life on campus with weekly events, carpools to services at local synagogues, Birthright trips and many other exciting opportunities.

     

     

  • Kink Positive

    Contacts: Carlyle Styer, , Heather Kendall

    We provide a safe, educational space for interested students to learn about kink, fetish, and BDSM while welcoming constructive conversations about various kink interests in a way that helps to ensure the safety and consent of all involved parties. We, as a group, heavily emphasize consent and the physical and emotional safety of all involved parties. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • LatinX Club

    Contacts: Dani Patrol

    To combat stereotypes that are perpetuated in our everyday society and to unite all the students on campus who identify as Latinx. You do not have to identify as Latinx or speak Spanish to be a part of this club. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Middle East Interest Club

    Contacts: Loureen Sayej

    Middle East Interest Club is a student-run organization that aims to present Middle Eastern culture, history and politics to the student body.

  • Model United Nations

    Contacts: Lara Herzog

    NCFMUN is New College of Florida’s Model UN organization and team. NCFMUN encourages research into global issues and provides a forum for meaningful discussion of global issues and international relations by hosting educational workshops, guest speakers, and conferences.

    Club programming is designed to foster a space to learn and practice formal debate, problem-solving skills, obtain better understandings of other countries, and improve the communication skills of our members. Our team travels and participates in MUN academic competitions. All New College students interested are welcome to participate.

  • NCF Computer Science Club

    Contacts: Eric Voorhis, Hunter Osking

    The vision behind the New College of Florida Computer Science Club is the vision behind New College itself. Collectively, through hard work and critical thinking, we will grow to learn the values of independence, collaboration, and weirdness.

    The club will be oriented around team projects and group learning. Through working together, members will learn not only important technical skills, but also how to work in a team to accomplish real world projects. We aim to improve New College’s academic community, the Sarasota community and ourselves. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • NCF Shobukan Karate Club

    Contacts: Serena Bonci, Jenny Wheeler

    The Karate Club is a group where students can get exercise, as well as learn self defense under Sensei JR Ayers. All levels are welcome.

  • New College Carnivorous Plant Society

    Contacts: Julien Baruch

    We hope to create a community of people growing carnivorous plants of all types. The hope is that these growers, with the help of the NCCPS will trade plants and thus create a thriving and continual community of carnivorous plant growers at NCF.

  • New College of Florida Psychology Club

    Contacts: bobby Barber, Kevin Wilborn

    The goal of the Psychology Club is to great an engaging extracurricular space meant for open discussion on recent findings, topics of interest, and current research within the realm of psychology selected collectively by its club members.

    We encourage members to explore alternative schools of thought within psychology and to bring a diverse perspective to all discussions. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • New College of Florida Quiz Bowl Team

    Contacts: Katie Diamond, Yonathan Stone

    The purpose of this club is to promote curiosity and enjoyment of learning by encouraging interest in trivia and facilitating student participation in trivia competitions such as NAQT and ACF.

  • New Sign

    Contacts: Alexis Pujol, Anna Blood

    New Sign is NCF’s American Sign Language club, we meet to learn and sign together, everyone is welcome, no experience necessary. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Pollination Ecology Club

    Contacts: Reed Barry, Evan Teal, Jackie Lebouitz

    Our primary goal is to create and maintain pollinator-friendly habitats on campus. This includes planting and managing wildflower plots and building nesting sites for solitary bees. Our secondary goal is to inform the New College community about the importance of native pollinators by creating signs, flyers and other media with general information on our native Florida pollinators and how our installations are meant to help them. This club is part of the requirements for becoming a certified Bee-Campus. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Pre-Med Club

    Contacts: Megan Barkdull

    A nonintimidating and helpful environment where any student can learn about the process of entering a profession in the health field.

  • Queery

    Contacts: Annie Rosenblum, Lorraine Cruz

    Queery serves to maintain New College as a safe place for LGBTQ+ identified individuals and their allies to socialize and engage with the larger community. Membership is open to any New College student, and all events are, likewise, open to all.

    Each semester, Queery officers plan and execute three large-scale events for the New College community (one off-campus speaker, one intersectional workshop, and one wall), as well as various small-scale events; however, any member may approach any officer at any time to propose an event, large- or small-scale, and the officers will work with them to see that the idea comes to fruition. In this sense, the officers serve both to plan events for members, and as resources for the members to plan events. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Reducing Our Waste (ROW)

    Contacts: Allegra Nolan, Emily Anne King

    Our club aims to reduce the amount of waste created on the New College campus with respect to personal waste and waste created by dining services and other campus organizations or events. We will try to make it easier for organizations/events to create less waste and utilize more sustainable alternatives over methods that create trash. We will spread awareness of why reducing your waste is such an important concept for society today and how individuals can make a difference by doing their part. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Students for Sensible Drug Policy

    Contacts: Hannah Procell

    Students for Sensible Drug Policy is an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact drug abuse has on our communities but are also acutely aware of the damage that the war on drugs has on our society.

    It was sparked by racism and classism, it damages the lives of millions of consenting, nonviolent adults by throwing them into the prison-industrial system rather than offering them valuable medical help, and contributes to the militarization of police forces and increasingly problematic interactions between police officers and citizens.

    We recognize the need for change in the face of all of this and thus SSDP helps mobilize and empower young people to participate in the political process and push for sensible policies to achieve a safer and more just future, while fighting back against counterproductive Drug War policies, particularly those that directly harm students and youth. We also spread awareness about applying harm-reduction principles through peer support methods in our community. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Students Targeting Oppressive Powers

    Contacts: Sade Holmes, Rachel Vititoe15@ncf.edu,

    STOP, through education and advocacy, is working toward social and economic justice on our campus and in our greater community. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Swim Club

    Contacts: Sara Friend

    The mission of the New College of Florida Swim Club is to promote exercise, health and foster camaraderie through weekly swim practices. We intend to do this by providing a safe, enjoyable and well-organized program available to all New College students.

  • Tennis Club

    Contacts: Austin Venhaus

    Tennis Club is a club designed to give exercise and effective tennis lessons to players of all levels, to create a inclusive community based around tennis, and to create a competitive college tennis team.

  • The CKI Club of New College of Florida

    Contacts: Ariel Sartori, Jewel Morrison, Hannah Weatherwax

    Our club is a service club which performs a range of activities which help the community and the state. We have 3 tenets, service, fellowship and leadership. Click here to view this club’s registration information.

  • Trans Party

    Contacts: Elliot Gardner

    To provide a safe space for trans, genderqueer, genderfluid, agender, gender nonconforming, gender variant, and questioning individuals. We provide a support group/system for individuals at NCF.