At Farmington, you’ll get involved in whatever student club or organization matches your interests. And we have loads to choose from. And if you don’t see the particular student organization you’re interested in, then do what lots of UMF students have done — take the bull by the horns and create your own club! In fact, that’s how most of our student organizations came to be.
We’ve got music clubs, theater clubs, dance clubs and improv comedy clubs; volunteer and community service organizations; student government; social and events programming; religious clubs; political clubs; activist clubs; literary clubs and science clubs; plus a student-run newspaper, student-operated radio station and more.
Here’s a current sample of our student organizations
These were created by students / for students. More are often added as the school year goes on.
- Table Gaming Club
- The Rainbow League – LGBTQ Club
- Sigma Tau Delta – English Honor Society
- Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
- Alpha Lambda Delta – Academic Honor Society
- Clefnotes – A Cappella Group
- The Lawn Chair Pirates – Improv Comedy Troupe
- Deep Treble – A Cappella Group
- Alpha Phi Omega – National Service Fraternity
- WUMF 91.5 FM – Student-Run Radio Station
- Campus Residents Council
- Alpha Psi Omega – Theatre Honor Society
- Catholic Club
- Equestrian Club
- BAM! – Bust A Move Beavers Dance Club
- Rotaract – Community Service Club
- Student Theatre UMF
- College Democrats
- College Republicans
- The Farmington Flyer – Student Newspaper
- Student Senate
- ACE – Association for Campus Entertainment
- Aspiring Educators Club
- Otaku Club – Anime and Manga
- Health Club
- Actuarial Science Club
- Nightmare Club – Horror Film Enthusiasts
- Anthropology Club
- Writers Guild
- Advocates for Disability Awareness
- Geology Club
- Relay for Life Club
- Student Theatre UMF
- Journalism Club
- Ballroom Dance Club
- ASL – Amercan Sign Language Club
- Early Childhood Education Club
- French Club
- Makerspace Club
- Animal Justice League
- And more
UMF sponsors a variety of programs throughout the year to benefit the local and global community. Some of our formal volunteer programs include:
- The UMF Month of Service: Held the first month of the school year, this is a collaboration between the UMF Center for Student Involvement and our New Student Welcome Week programs. It’s a great way for new students to dive into volunteerism in the local community.
- Girls Talk / Teen Voices: This is our award-winning literature-based mentor program partnership between UMF and MSAD #58. You’ll mentor area school girls in a book-club type program.
- Maine End Hunger Week: This is a food drive organized by the Campus Residence Council and the UMF community to benefit local food pantries.
- Hat, Hearts and Hands: Is a program that gathers warm hats, mittens and school supplies for local elementary schools.