Student Life & Activities
The CF Citrus Campus offers many opportunities for student involvement and leadership. There are a number of clubs and organizations in which students may be involved as well as special events and activities which allow students to socialize within the college community.
For more information on student life at the Citrus Campus, contact us at (352) 746-6721, x6141.
Student Activities Board
The Student Activities Board, the central governing student organization on campus, initiates and coordinates a variety of activities designed to enhance students’ connection to CF and campus life, as well as encouraging participation in and supporting campus clubs and organizations. Participating in the SAB and its activities gives students a chance to pursue their interests while developing new friendships and skills for the future.
For more information contact Ms. Jodi Greene at firstname.lastname@example.org or x6141.
As College of Central Florida Ambassadors, we strive to create a positive image of the college through student outreach and service. We demonstrate ambition, and provide encouragement and direction to current and future CF students. Candidates must be nominated by a faculty and/or administration member, have a 3.0 GPA, and fill out an application which includes 2 letters of recommendation. Students selected after the initial round must then advance through an interview and presentation process before final selection is made. Click here for an application.
For more information contact Dr. June Hall at email@example.com or x6104.
In the Write Mind
In the Write Mind is the award-winning Citrus Campus literary magazine. Collecting student art and literature in an annual volume, In the Write Mind is a labor of love handcrafted by a group of students. Members of the In the Write Mind staff solicit contributions to the magazine, choose which submissions will be utilized, and format the magazine for publication.
For more information contact Ms. Melissa Alling at firstname.lastname@example.org or x6132.
Model United Nations
The CF Model United Nations (CF-MUN) will encompass cultural understanding and global knowledge for students and people throughout our community. They will do this by creating a Model United Nations (MUN) team to attend MUN conferences. They will host and sustain a MUN conference for local high school students and aid the in-class MUN simulations on campus. The club will be a part of the United Nations Associations of USA network by which all American MUN organizations are linked and through which the club may invite guest speakers to talk about global issues. The ultimate goal for the club is to foster global leadership and diplomatic skills for all students who participate. For more information contact Dr. John Anene at email@example.com or 6126.
Phi Theta Kappa
PTK is an international honor society. To be eligible for membership a student must complete a minimum of twelve credit hours of associate degree course work and earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Meetings are held the first and third Monday of each month in room 5-203 on the Ocala Campus and on the Citrus Campus via the web.
For more information contact Mr. Allan Danuff at firstname.lastname@example.org or x1262.
Random Acts of Service, Kindness and Leadership (RASKALs)
The purpose of RASKALs is to promote the practices of service, kindness, and leadership among students on the CF Citrus Campus. Planned activities may include events such as food drives, car washes, workshops and support for students, and fundraising for charities and local causes. The club will also reach out to the campus community by assisting with the annual student leadership series, as well as Culture of Encouragement events on campus.
For more information contact Ms. Pamela Weeks at email@example.com or x6163.
Rotaract provides an opportunity for students to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
For more information contact Ms. Rory Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org or CFCR@gmx.us.
Reaching Excellent Academic Cultural Highs (REACH)
REACH is designed to promote the cultural awareness and inspire the non-traditional student. REACH will host activities and events and select members to attend conferences.
For more information contact Ms. Sonya Warden at email@example.com or x6127.
Community of Scholars
The Community of Scholars is devoted to the recognition and enhancement of the academic achievement of outstanding CF students. Many members become eligible for scholarships ranging from $750-$3,000 per year. Other benefits include the privilege of registering for courses on the first day of availability, membership shirts, honors program medallions, and graduation with honors distinction at commencement. Students also have the opportunity to go on educational field trips to a variety of interesting attractions in central Florida. In recent years, students have visited Walt Disney World’s Epcot Theme Park, the Kennedy Space Center, the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa, the Florida Aquarium, the Salvador Dali Museum, and several attractions and historical sites in St. Augustine. Admission fees for students are covered by the honors program. There are also opportunities to attend state and regional honors conferences. Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher. For more information contact either Mr. Mike Shuler at firstname.lastname@example.org or x1516 or Ms. Edith Ramlow at email@example.com or x6120.
Citrus Campus Outreach
The mission of Citrus Campus Outreach (CCO) is to see CF students transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ, within a context of redemptive community, resulting in deeds of compassion, mercy, and grace toward the world around them for the glory of God alone. They will host bi-weekly lunches with moderated discussion about Christianity, faith, and culture. There will also be weekly small groups for discipleship and fellowship. For more information contact Ms. Shennen Bowman at firstname.lastname@example.org .