UMFK student organizations are designed to enhance your experience as a student. They are a great avenue to making friends, learning new skills and even look good on a résumé. New groups are always welcome.
Student senate is the voice of the student body at UMFK. Senators facilitate communication between students and administration, funds student organizations, and host events to promote student involvement.
As the platform for student voices, if you have a question, concern, or opinion that you wish to share with Senate please contact a Senator or virtually join Senate's weekly meeting via the link that is included in the Paw Press.
SAB is the student programming subcommittee of Senate. SAB works cooperatively with the Office of Student Activities and Student Government to promote student involvement on campus by hosting a variety of social, educational, community service programs.
ACSF is a religious club affiliated with the Seventh Day Adventist Church. The purpose of the organization is to meet the social, emotional, and spiritual needs of the students and faculty of UMFK, proclaim to all the people, the everlasting gospel in the context of the three angels messages of Revelation 14:6-12 and the Great Controversy theme, as revealed in the Holy Scriptures. Our group conduct in-depth studies of the Holy Scriptures and provides wholesome Bible-based and Christ-centered programs, activities, and services.
The Anime Club is a group for any UMFK student who is an Otaku. The club meets to watch and discuss anime.
This club is being postponed this semester due to the need for social distancing and lack of space to gather everyone together. If you have any questions you can Anime Club President Natalie Beyenberg to get any more information. We are hopefully that the club will resume activities in Fall 2021.
The Behavioral Sciences Club is an interactive club that promotes interest in the behavioral sciences and service learning. We strive to create an environment that leads to personal, academic, and professional growth outside of the classroom experience for our members. Our club activities often include service project and hosting events to promote mental health, literacy, and professional development and networking.
Are you interested in politics? Come join College Democrats! (Unlike the name suggests, you do not have to be a Democrat to participate). We plan to host events such as debate watches, political discussions, and hopefully even have some speakers come and give a talk!
From board games to video games, gaming club hosts them all! From Mario Kart and Smash Bros tournaments to UNO and Cards Against Humanity, we do it all. Come join us and have a fun time while making new friends!
The International Student Organization is currently in the process of transitioning its leadership. If you are interested in leading ISO, please contact the Director of Student Life and Engagement, Heather Mazorow.
Nursing Honor Society is run by the Nursing Department. Students must apply and be accepted in order to be inducted into the honors society.
The Student Nurses Organization is a UMFK student organization that has been around for many years. As an organization, we are role models on campus and throughout the community and are always willing to give a healing/helping hand to those around us by volunteering and fundraising.
To graduate from the Nursing Program at UMFK you need to complete community service hours. One can complete these on your own with the proper paperwork. However, with SNO you have to obtain three points each semester that will be used and counted for your community service hours at UMFK. 1 point will need to be for attending a meeting and the other 2 will come from attending events that count as "SNO Points" these range from seminars, volunteering at nursing home, helping with blood drives etc. SNO is not mandatory but is a great organization to be a part of here at UMFK. SNO is a feasible way to obtain community service hours as well as be a part of a great student community!
SVA serves to support student veterans and their dependents. It will be on hiatus during the 2020-2021. We hope to be active again in Fall 2021. If you are interested in being added to our list when we become active again, please fill out this form.
The Sustainability Club at the University of Maine at Fort Kent is a student run organization for students interested in learning about and working in the field of environmental sustainability. The Sustainability Club aims to foster communication and collaboration between students and environmental experts in the areas of environmental sustainability, climate change, and nature.
Do you like Dungeons and Dragons? If so, this is the perfect club for you! We use the D&D 5e and Pathfinder 1e rule sets, however we are always open to learning new play styles! We welcome all students- newbies and those who have established characters to join us on campaigns.
Do you have an interest in starting a new club? It’s easy! Contact the Director of Student Life & Engagement Heather Mazorow (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up a time to discuss the process.
If you are a current student organization, a group looking to request Senate funds, or a student wishing to register a new organization, please click on the button below to access the Student Organization Forms in the My.UMFK Campus Portal.