How to Get Involved

Joining in campus activities is a great way to build ties to the university, learn teamwork and leadership skills and meet new people who can become friends for a lifetime!

The list below links Florida Poly students to organizations and extracurricular activities. From student clubs to intramural sports, there are diverse activities that suit most every interest. Clicking the Florida Poly Check I’m Here webpage link will take you to an off-site student club and organization page. If you still don’t know how to start or where to begin, feel free to reach out to Assistant Director Student Affairs Dana Kwiatkowski for assistance.


The Campus Activities Board

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is the organization that develops and organizes campus activities. These include social events, educational programs, recreational opportunities, and service activities.

Campus Activities Board

Civic Engagement

Florida Polytechnic University promotes civic engagement through community outreach programs that include the MERIT Summer Camp for STEM-minded high school students, and the Women in STEM Leadership program, a resource and network for women interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 

Civic Engagement


Florida Poly encourages intramural sports and games as a way to build teamwork, get outdoors, promote fitness and enjoy competition.



Student organizations are created and run by students with support from the Student Government Association and the Office of Student Development. Students are encouraged to pursue their passions or explore new interests by joining student-led organizations. Learn more

Student Organizations


The Student Government Association gives politically minded students the opportunity to learn about the workings of democracy in a hands-on experience.

Student Government Association