Culturally Focused Clubs Council
The Culturally-Focused Clubs Council (CFCC) is dedicated to fostering a more socially just community at USF.
Culturally-Focused Clubs Council (CFCC) is a council of culturally-focused club representatives designed for intergroup communication and collaboration. Representatives meet bi-monthly to participate in leadership development, cultural competency, and ally-building training.
The mission of CFCC at USF is to aid in the development of the university's recognized Culturally-Focused Clubs and Organizations and their individual members. Involvement in leadership activities and a commitment to open communication is the foundation upon which CFCC will inspire collaboration, empowerment, and interculturalism.
CFCC is comprised of representatives from culturally focused organizations.
The official membership statement can be found in the CFCC constitution:
CFCC Constitution | Article V: Each Member will be represented by the President of the club or organization. Should a President be unable to attend the designated CFCC meeting times, the President must designate a representative and grant decision-making authority on behalf of their organization.
If your organization identifies as a culturally-focused club and you would like to join the council, please contact CFCC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These organizations have been registered through Student Leadership and Engagement and identify as being culturally-focused. For descriptions of each of these organizations and their contact information, visit USF's undergraduate organizations or graduate organizations.
- Arab Student Union
- Baile Folklórico de San Pancho
- Black Student Union
- Brother Connection
- Chinese Students and Scholars Association
- European Student Association
- French Club
- Hawaiian Ensemble at USF
- Hui ‘O Hawaii
- Indian Student Organization
- International Student Association
- Japan Club
- Kasamahan at USF
- Korean Student Association
- Latinas Unidas
- MEChA de USF
- PANAH (Indonesian Students)
- Queer Alliance
- Sister Connection
- Taiwanese Student Association
- Unión Salvadoreña de Estudiantes Universitarios (U.S.E.U.)
- Vietnamese Student Association
Through meetings, representatives from cultural organizations discuss the importance of collaboration and unity with the USF community.
Organizations will explore ways that students can focus on the USF mission through social justice work. Meetings are for organizations who are members of the council and take place bi-monthly on Fridays, 1–3 p.m. in the Intercultural Center, UC 411/412.
If you are interested in attending these meetings and are not a member of a culturally-focused organization, please contact CFCC at email@example.com.