Lee Clubs and Organizations

Active Minds:

Active Minds aims to raise awareness about mental health issues and decrease the stigma.

Art Club:

Art Club provides students with an opportunity to hone their artistic abilities while simultaneously engaging in various community outreach projects, demonstrations, and going on educational trips.

Best Buddies:

Best Buddies creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). We do this by matching student volunteers in mutually enriching friendships with persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Book Club:

Book Club helps students improve their critical thinking, reading, and writing skills by reading and discussing great literature.

BUC Squad:

BUC Squad promotes school spirit, increase attendance at sporting events, and builds enthusiasm for Florida SouthWestern State College athletics college-wide.

Business Economics Association (BEA):

Business Economics Association provides students with the opportunity to expand their knowledge and obtain hands-on experience within the business and economic community.

Campus Activity Board (C.A.B.):

Campus Activity (CAB) is a student-led programming board that coordinates campus-wide events. The CAB mission is to create diverse events, programs, and activities that foster personal development and school spirit to enhance the experience of all FSW Students.

Chi Alpha:

We are a diverse group of FSW students who come together in community to study the Bible, worship God, and learn to follow Jesus daily while being transformed.

Computer Science and Technology Club:

Computer Science and Technology Club provides an interactive experience of FSW students by uniting students and faculty interested in computer science and technology.

Creative Writing Club:

Creative Writing Club provides an opportunity for FSW students to celebrate free speech, respect writing as a form of art, explore various forms of written and visual art, provide a safe to express themselves, and educate others on civic engagement through writing.

Crochet Corner Club:

Crochet Corner Club is where students can find self-expression through the practice of crochet.

Euclidean Society Club:

Euclidean Society Club seeks to stimulate interest in mathematics by providing public recognition of superior mathematical scholarship and promoting activities beyond the classroom, such as competing in local and state tournaments.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes:

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is an organization that unites two passions: faith and sports to impact the world through Jesus Christ .

Gay, Straight Alliance:

Gay, Straight Alliance (GSA) strives to create a safe environment for all students regardless of gender identity/expression or sexual orientation. The goal is to cultivate an environment where everyone is equal and respected.

Global Citizens:

Global Citizens club explores ways to be a better global citizen and how laws may affect humanity, thriving communities, and social justice. The club actively pursues and creates monthly campus-wide events, hosts subject-matter expert speakers, and service-oriented projects.

Humanities Club:

Humanities Club is to provide an opportunity for students to explore and understand the interdisciplinary aspects of humanities. It encourages community involvement through cultural experiences such as plays, concerts, literature, art, and philosophy.


Ignite seeks to connect individuals to Jesus Christ and to build community with others through love, compassion, and unity through Jesus Christ.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship:

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is an evangelical campus ministry serving students on college and university campuses nationwide. Our vision is to see students transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed.

Italian Club:

The Italian Club purpose is to celebrate and promote an appreciation of the Italian language and culture through a variety of activities and events.

Kappa Delta Epsilon (KDE):

Kappa Delta Epsilon (KDE) is an honorary education fraternity that supports academic achievements by fostering a spirit of fellowship, high standards of scholastic attainment, and professional principles of education and teaching.

Legal Studies:

Legal Studies Club engages and introduces FSW students to the study of law and the variety of careers available in and around the legal profession. We provide activities and events such as weekly club meetings, discussions of legal issues, and review case studies.

National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS):

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is an honors organization that recognizes and elevates high-achieving students. NSCS provides career and graduate school connections, leadership, and service and scholarship opportunities.

National Student Nurses Association (NSNA):

The National Student Nurses' Association is a national organization that mentors nursing students preparing for initial licensure as a Registered Nurse and promotes professional development. NSNA at FSW contributes to providing educational resources to help students provide the highest quality of healthcare and opportunities for the development of the whole person.

Philosophy Club:

Philosophy Club is devoted to providing an environment where members of FSW can explore philosophical ideas and develop critical thinking skills primarily through discussions.

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK):

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for state and community colleges. PTK recognizes and encourages students to achieve excellence inside and outside the classroom. PTK has four hallmarks: Leadership, Service, and Fellowship.

Respiratory Therapy Club:

Respiratory Therapy Club is to inform and educate the FSW community on respiratory illnesses and diseases.

Student Government Association:

Campus Congress: The Student Government Association (SGA) acts as a liaison between FSW students, administration, and local and state officials. SGA actively works to meet the needs of students and enhance the quality of campus life. We do this by hosting various programs, funding student clubs and organizations, and community service. SGA endorses the following values: Advocacy, Service, Leadership, and Diversity.

Sustainability Club:

Sustainability Club provides students with an opportunity to engage in environmental stewardship while learning and teaching about the importance of developing sustainable practices on and off-campus.

The Freedom Club:

The Freedom Club provides students with an opportunity to engage in political discussions in a civil and orderly manner while being able to express their opinions openly without judgment.

Through The Lens (TTL):

Through The Lens (TTL) is an expansive value of creativity through every single member´s creative input. We will do this by sharing ideas and helping each other to achieve our goals!

Troops and Students Connect (TASC):

Troops and Students Connect brings all branches of service together and aid in the transformation from service member to student. We promote and encourage scholarly and social activities, unity, and pride of self and recognition of worthwhile achievements among students.

United Gamers and Anime Association:

United Gamers and Anime Association creates a safe and fun environment for members to come together and watch videos, play card games, and computer games.

For information, contact:

Jackie Beard Jr. Coordinator, Campus Student Engagement Phone: 239-489-9277 Email: jbeard1@fsw.edu