Student Organizations



There are a number of registered organizations at the University of Belize. These organizations allow students to develop leadership and organizational skills. Students are encouraged to become involved by joining one of the existing organizations or starting one!

Starting an Organization

  • There are a number of benefits in being a registered student organization. Student organizations can use on campus facilities, raise funds, and access Student Government Funds.
  • A group of five(5) or more enrolled students in good academic standing may form a registered student organization by obtaining the application form from the Office of Student Affairs.
  • You will need to submit the completed application form and organization's constitution to the Office of Student Affairs.
  • Each organization must have a faculty advisor and must be inkeeping with UB's mission and goals. An advisor can help by serving as signatory and assist in designing, implementing and evaluating the organization's goals.

Constitutions and By-Laws

Constitutions and By-laws articulate the purpose of and delineate the procedures to be followed by the organizations. The constitution should be refered to whenever questions arise and reviewed annually. All members should be given a copy of this very important document so they are aware of the organization's goals, procedures and purpose.

Currently active Registered organizations

Student Governments

Sub Aqua Club

Debate Club

Computer Club

Chess Club

UB Choir

University of Belize Student Nursing Association (UBNSA)

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Club

  • Pastor Lance Lewis

Christians on Campus

Social Work Student Association

International Student Association

Environmental Club

Social Work Student Association (WSA)


Advent Fellowship