At The College of the Florida Keys, going to college is about more than just going to classes. That’s why we encourage student and faculty participation in extracurricular activities and organizations. The following clubs are currently registered and chartered at CFK and are open for membership by any CFK student who has enrolled in at least two courses during the academic year. 

Student Government Association

The purpose of the SGA shall be to unify clubs on campus and in the context of a nurturing environment, promote cultural and social events beneficial to the student populous. Its duties shall also include coordinating student activities, promoting an intellectual interest in all phase of the college life, increasing the sense of individual responsibility among the student body, and encouraging cooperation between the students and the administration. The SGA shall act as a liaison through which student issues, thoughts, and concerns are conveyed to the administration, faculty, and staff.

Club Advisor: Marissa Owens,

Bone Island Athletic Club

This club serves as a support club to aid fundraising, recruiting volunteers for events, coordinating activities for swim programs, and any other activities held at the CFK Pool.

Club Advisor: Lori Bosco,

Aquaculture Club

Our club is a member of the Marine Aquarium Societies of North America (MASNA). Our purpose is to further outreach, bringing the benefits, activities, and news of the Societies to our students; to provide increased opportunity for student involvement; and to provide increased opportunity for students to organize and participate in activities that encourage the ethical growth of the marine aquarium hobby and support captive breeding/propagation efforts.

Club Advisors: Jessie Appelhans,

Gay/Straight Alliance

Our mission is to offer an opportunity for students to network in a safe space for LGBTQIA students and their allies to explore issues, discuss topics and events.

Club Advisor: Marissa Owens;

Student Nurse Association (SNA)

The Student Nurse Association (SNA) is a local chapter of the National Student Nurse Association. The mission of the Key West chapter is to support the community through education, advocacy, and wellness activities.

Club Advisors: Dr. Gene Graham, and Laura Cox,

Geeks and Gamers Club

is a social networking club that connects students in a fun-filled environment. As a club, the students will discuss topics related to gaming, film, TV, technology in a socratic forum as well as partake in book reviews, board games and competitions.

Club Advisor: Bryan Gaitan,

CFK’s Special Olympics College Club

CFK’s Special Olympics College club’s goal is to support Special Olympics athletes, to be cheerleaders, friends and spread knowledge on interacting with individuals with disabilities. Our vision is to have a unique group of students working together as a team; to support each other, become mentors and to build lifelong friendships.

Club Advisor: Geraldine Dairus, | Gregory Barroso,

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

The mission of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize academic achievement of college students and to provide opportunities for them to grow as scholars and leaders. Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is open to students who have completed at least 12 hours of coursework and have a GPA of 3.25 or higher. Phi Theta Kappa members are privy to exclusive scholarship opportunities applied both at the current community college as well as the transfer institution. The Society also provides opportunities for personal and professional development and leadership. Membership fee is $82.00.

Club Advisor: Dr. Michelle “Mick” Walsh,

Outcasts for Christ

The College of the Florida Keys' Outcasts for Christ is a part of a movement of college students with the mission to reconcile students to Christ: transforming the university, the marketplace, and the world

Club Advisor: Jeff Smith,

Creative Writing Club

The purpose of the Creative Writing Club is to create and support a community of writers.

Advisor: Emily Weekley,

Sigma Alpha Pi (SAP) National Society of Leadership and Success

Sigma Alpha Pi is the honor society of the National Society for Leadership and Success. The Society is a renowned nationwide training organization dedicated to creating long-term positive changes in student’s lives. Students must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Once a member, club benefits include scholarships, awards, exclusive on-campus events, employer recruitment through an online job bank, and discounts on computers, textbooks, prep courses, insurance and much more. Membership fee $95.00.

Advisors: Shai Foy,