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Clubs & Organizations

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Student organizations are an important part of Florida International University and the School of Music. They provide students with a variety of opportunities not usually found as part of the classroom experience. At the School of Music, student organizations allow its members to develop interpersonal, organizational, and leadership skills in a creative and supportive environment.

If you are interested in more information, or for a comprehensive list of campus-wide student organizations, please click here. Not interested in the organizations listed below, but interested in forming a new FIU School of Music organization, one that will be recognized by the Council of Student Organizations at the Modesto A. Madique Campus? Here is how.     

Active student organizations at the FIU School of Music:

EARS (Electro-Acoustic Research Society) coordinates numerous activities, such as guest lectures, concerts, and festivals (including the FEASt Festival) related to electro-acoustic music. The scope of the group’s activities is diverse, embracing a wide variety of musical styles for performance and discussion. More at:

Guitar Club is open to all FIU students.

Kappa Kappa Psi is a fraternal organization that promotes the advancement of college and university bands through dedicated service and support to bands; comprehensive education; leadership opportunities; and recognition; for the benefit of its members and society.

NAFME: National Association for Music Education is the only association that addresses all aspects of music education.

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is the world’s oldest and largest secret national fraternal society in music. Sinfonia was born on October 6, 1898, at the New England Conservatory in Boston, when a group of thirteen young men under the guidance of Ossian Everett Mills “to consider the social life of the young men students of that institution

[and] to devise ways and means by which it might be improved.” Sinfonia became a national fraternity on October 6, 1900, with the admission of a group of men at the Broad Street Conservatory in Philadelphia. For over a century, Sinfonians in nearly every field of study and professional endeavor have transformed music in America.

Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity’s mission statement is to encourage, nurture, and support the art of music. The vision of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity is to be recognized through-out the world as the foremost fraternity that supports and encourages women musicians of all ages, races, and nationalities. SAI supports and promotes successful and innovative educational programs in music for all stages of life, cultivates excellence in musical performance, and to strives to recognize technological advances in the field of music.

SNATS (Student National Association of Teachers of Singing) is an extension of the National Association of Teachers of Singing with the intention of advancing knowledge about the association and the professions of teaching and singing.