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FarmHouse (FH)

FarmHouse Fraternity is an agricultural based IFC fraternity that is accepting of all majors. Our motto is "Builder of Men", building men intellectually, spiritually, socially/morally, and physically.


Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is the world's oldest and largest student-business organization with over a quarter of a million members world-wide! You need Professional Development? Networking Skills? How about Business Skills? We can help

Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS)

Fellowship of Catholic University Students

Feminist Alliance

A group to promote gender equality and unite feminists of all shapes, sizes, and genders.

Fencing Club at UT (Fencing)

The Fencing Club at UT is the University of Tennessee's Official Club representing the university in the United States Fencing Association, United States Association of Collegiate Fencing Clubs, and Fédération Internationale d'Escrime (FIE)

Filipino-American Association (FAA)

FAA is an organization that serves as a platform where students who are Filipino-American or interested in Filipino Culture can meet. We strive to spread awareness on culture and related topics, create a safe space, and make life-long friendships.

First Year Studies - Peer Mentors

This organization has not yet updated their description.

Flow Arts Club at UT

Hoops, staff, poi, fans, flow wands, juggling, rope dart and any circus or flow arts you want to bring to the group! This club involves playing, learning, teaching, sharing, enlightenment, connection and having fun!

Food Recovery Network at UT (FRN)

Food Recovery Network unites students at colleges and Universities to fight food waste and hunger by recovering surplus perishable food from their campuses and surrounding communities that would otherwise go to waste and donating it to people in need.

Food Science Club (FSC)

The Food Science Club exists to foster a close relationship among the Food Science students and the faculty at the University of Tennessee to encourage leadership, and to acquaint students with the scope of food science.

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