Student Life

Student Government & Clubs and Organizations


The Student Government Association exists to promote on-campus clubs, organizations and involvement.

Want to be a part of Student Government? Need to enhance your computer skills? Whatever your interests, Palm Beach Atlantic University likely has the club you need to express them.

Student clubs are moderated through the Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership office, located on the second floor of the Lassiter Student Center.

For more information, call Assistant Director of Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership Kristin Knudsen
at (561) 803-2585 or send an email.

Current PBA Student Clubs:

A-C   D-F   G-I   J-L   M-O   P-R   S-U 



A.L.I.C.E (A Live Improv Comedy Experience): Promotes improvisational talents and humorous entertainment, and requires an audition.

Alpha Psi Omega (Theatre Honor Society): An honorary professional fraternity for those students who have excelled in theatre.

Americans in Pharmacy Association: The mission of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) is to be the collective voice of student pharmacists, to provide opportunities for professional growth, to improve patient care, and to envision and advance the future of pharmacy.

SALSA members teach others how to Salsa dance during their annual Salsa Fest.

 S.A.L.S.A. members teach Salsa dancing
during Salsa Fest -- a homemade salsa


Black Student Union: Discusses and celebrates African American culture and heritage. 

The Boarder Patrol: Supporting any board sport (surf, long, skim, wake, snow) with fellow PBA students and most importantly, for Christ to shine through us as we ride (board not required).

Campus Justice Club: Represents International Justice Mission and Not for Sale to raise awareness about human trafficking and to actively fight to see trafficking end in our lifetime.
Caribbean Culture Club: Its goal is to unify students with similar backgrounds and enlighten people of Caribbean culture.

C.L.I.C.K.: Provides an organized venue for personal development for students with an interest in computers.

Communitas: Communications club who meets to further their knowledge and skills in the realm of communication.


Dance Redemptive: Create choreography that tells God's redemptive story, and to perform as an act of worship to God.

Fish Out of Water: A running club that helps students to reach running goals and serve at local 5k, half marathon, etc. races in the community.

French Culture Club: Promotes French culture and language through movies, dining experiences, and community events.


History Club: Discuss historic events and fellowship with others who share a passion for history.

ILT (Impact Leadership Team): A freshman leadership organization providing opportunities for students to develop, explore and refine their leadership skills.

International Business Club: Brings international business students together and provides support for their colleagues.

Investment Club Charter: The club aims to help develop and train students by giving the opportunity to gain tangible work experience. Activities will include doing valuations, and pitching stocks all under the umbrella of proprietary trading, in order to prepare students for any finance based career or to manage their own personal finances.


Kappa Delta Epsilon (Education Honor Society): An honorary professional education fraternity that promotes education by fostering a spirit of fellowship, high scholastic standards and professional ideals among its members.

Kappa Phi Club: A women’s Christian service club.

Students enjoy an international dinner as part of a club event at Palm Beach Atlantic University.
 Students enjoy a dinner featuring international cuisine.



Marine Biology Club: Promotes the conservation and education of marine environment.

Middle Eastern Union: Introduces Middle Eastern culture to PBA students.
Newman Club: Provides fellowship and understanding among Catholic students.
Nursing Student Association: Aids in the preparation of nursing students for the assumption of professional responsibilities.


Middle Eastern Union: Introduces Middle Eastern culture to PBA students.

PBA Praise: Introduces the style of contemporary gospel music through spirit-filled praise.

PBA Premedical Society: Unifies premedical students by providing resources, speakers, discussions, volunteer experiences, etc. to grow leading Christian physicians.
Phi Alpha Theta: History Honors Society.

Phi Delta Chi (Pharmacy Honor Society): Strives to advance the science of pharmacy and its allied interest, to foster and promote a fraternal spirit among its members, and promote innovative lasting leadership skills and professional growth.

Poetry Club: Read and write poetry together to create new ideas and improve poetry skills with others.

Pre-Dental Society: Unify students interested in dental school and provide information on pursuing dental school, the DAT, etc.  

Pre-Medical Society: Unify premedical students by providing resources, speakers, discussions, volunteer experiences, etc. to grow leading Christian physicians.  

Pre-Pharmacy Society: Aids admission and entry to the Pharm D. program.

Psychology Club: Provides avenues of communication for all students interested in psychological study.

Public Relations Club: Seeks to advance students professionally in the PR field, while educating all students on the advantages of pursing an education in PR.


S.A.L.S.A. (Spanish and Latino Student Association): Celebrates Latino/Hispanic heritage and fellowships together under Christian principles; promoting the Hispanic culture on campus.

Science Club: Enhances student’s knowledge of science through discussions, guest speakers, field trips and more.

Seascape Club: Build community of students who love to scuba diving and snorkeling together.

She’s the First: Helps support girls in developing nations to be the first in their family to graduate, through outreach events.

SIFE: Rinker School of Business, Students In Free Enterprise club. A network of university students, academic professionals and industry leaders around the same mission of creating a better understanding of the positive power of business.

The Science Club is one of Palm Beach Atlantic University's largest clubs, with various activities and outings, including the Great American Bug Race.
 Members of the Science Club at Club Rush.


Sigma Alpha Omega: A women's fellowship club.

Sigma Beta Delta: Business Honor Society.

Spirit Squad: PBA dance team who performs at athletic and other type events.

Student Government: Coordinates and represents student interest and concerns in all areas of PBA life.

Students Veterans Group: A support group for student veterans.

Students With Diabetes: Aims to create a community and connection point for young adults with diabetes on both college campuses and in local communities.

Theta Alpha Kappa: The national honor society for Religious Studies and Theology whose purpose is to encourage, recognize and maintain excellence in these studies among students.

TWLOHA: To Write Love On Her Arms student chapter; a movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding mental help.

Young Americans for Freedom: YAF works collectively to promote conservatism on and around campus through events, prominent speakers, and more.

**Various musical and singing groups: Jazz Ensemble, Oratorio Chorus, Pep Band, PBA Symphony,  Symphonic Band, Women’s Chorale (require auditions).