Anthropology at UCF has two registered student organizations; one for undergraduates and one for graduate students.  Students that are able to attend meetings and events hosted by the organizations will benefit the greatest.  We encourage students to check the Office of Student Involvement website for registered student organizations to ensure the organization you would like to be a part of is a legitimate group on campus.

Hominids Anonymous (HA) is the official undergraduate Anthropology Club at UCF.  Their mission is to provide a social and educational environment for UCF students interested in Anthropology to meet and share ideas.  The best way to follow HA is through KnightsConnect or their Facebook account, Hominids Anonymous – Anthropology Society at UCF.  You will find posts about upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, and general discussions on their account.

The Graduate Anthropology Association (GAA) is the official graduate Anthropology student organization.  Their mission is to provide a setting where students can discuss current research topics in Anthropology and assist fellows classmates in conducting graduate level research.  The best way to follow the GAA is through their Facebook account, Graduate Anthropology Association – UCF.  While most events from this organization will be for graduate students only, there will be occasional events specifically designed to provide information to undergraduate students in Anthropology.  This is also a great source to learn about upcoming events and volunteer opportunities.

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