Student Organizations

100 Black Women

100 Black Women at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s purpose is to support individuals, bring about inspiration, and encourage unity amongst our 49er community. 100BW is also designed to further increase the understanding among the university community of black culture through the promotion of community service, leadership development, networking, health and diversity awareness. We aim to Uplift. Empower. and Inspire. Email:

Activate! Social Justice Institute

Activate! is a semester long, social justice institute that focuses on social justice, equity, and activism and is open to all undergraduate students. This experience is intended for the social justice-minded and those that would like to explore various areas of social change and activism. Email:

American Medical Women’s Association

AMWA’s mission is advancing women in medical, healthcare, STEM, and leadership fields, advocating for gender equity, women’s health, under-served populations, and mentoring women within the organization and community. Email:

Association for Computing Machinery – Women

We’re the Charlotte student chapter of a world-wide 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for computing professionals. The Chapter of ACM-W at UNC Charlotte strives for inclusivity within CCI environments for all individuals, while also educating about sexism in technology and pursuing male advocacy. To accomplish this we work to foster outreach to all CCI students to encourage equality, while also providing a safe place for women to explore, connect, and expand their interaction with other CCI students and providing connections to female tech professionals from various backgrounds and experiences. We welcome all students. Our events include CodeTime, Hackathon networking, 101 classes, and ACMW Tech Talks. To stay updated follow us on our social media platform! Email:

Black Women in Medicine

Black Women of Medicine is an organization that strives to provide underrepresented black women with the skills, knowledge and experiences to professional participation in health care fields. We strive to uplift the lives of women in the black community who aspire to obtain an occupation in medicine. Through volunteer, unity, mentorship and research we strive to empower the minds of our future female providers. We plan to implement strategies for our future female provider that will ensure that they are trailblazers in the healthcare field. Email:

Children’s Literature Graduate Organization/English Graduate Student Association

CLGO is an interdisciplinary UNC Charlotte graduate organization that encourages students to come together in a shared love for children’s literature, regardless of concentration. Through events we provide opportunities for our members to learn about the field of children’s lit, explore career options, prep for conferences, and attend social events that surround our passion for the field. Email:

Girls Who Launch

Girls Who Launch is an organization dedicated to empowering and equipping girls in the Charlotte area with the skills and confidence necessary to unleash their inner entrepreneurs and realize their unique potentials. Organization members will lead workshops and summer camps where girls can learn the skills to develop, create, and pitch their own ideas. Email:


Looking for an amazing group of women in Computer Science at UNC Charlotte? Join Girls Who Code! Our aim is to uplift and maintain a strong community of female students in computer science, as well as develop technical and professional skills. Email:

Girls who Code UNC Charlotte

We are a student organization at UNC Charlotte and a College Loop of the national organization Girls Who Code. Our aim is to uplift and maintain a strong community of female students in computer science, as well as develop technical and professional skills. For more information email Elise Frazier, President at

GirlTrek UNC Charlotte

The mission of Trek UNC Charlotte is to start a health movement for African-American women and girls at UNC Charlotte and in the surrounding community, grounded in civil rights history and principles through walking campaigns, community leadership, and health advocacy. Email:

Glitch: Girls Learning About Information and Technology

Glitch is an organization based on teaching children(specifically, but not limited to girls) about computer science careers and hobbies. Email:

Iranian Student Organization

The Iranian Student Organization (ISO) is an organization designed to bring together students to understand and celebrate the Iranian society, regardless of ethnicity, religion or race. The purpose of the ISO is to promote an understanding and appreciation for Persian culture and art, as well as to sponsor education and social events. It also strives to promote a sense of community and a support network for students at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and the surrounding Charlotte metropolitan area. Other objective includes conducting and sponsoring such activities as Persian film festivals, Persian music and performing arts, cultural celebration of Persian holidays, as well as social events that recognize Persian heritage. ISO will attempt to familiarize and educate the UNC Charlotte and the community about the richness of Persian culture. ISO has no political affiliation. Email:

Latin American Student Organization

LASO will promote educational and cultural exchange in all matters related to Latin America and the Caribbean among the student body, faculty, and staff of UNC Charlotte and in the community, and also help to enhance the social, cultural and academic background of Latin-American students and people while at UNC Charlotte. Email:

LGBTQIA+ Community Chats

LGBTQIA+ Community Chats is an educational and community based program intended for LGBTQIA+ identified students. The intention of this program is to provide a space where LGBTQIA+ identified students can learn and build community in an affirming, respectful, and dynamic space. Topics will vary each meeting and participants are encouraged to go to as many as they can. Email:

Network of Enlightened Women at UNC Charlotte

Network of enlightened Women is a non-partisan educational political organization that focuses on educating, empowering, and enlightening young women on college campuses through conservative beliefs. We are active on campus, in the community, and with other chapters nationally by hosting general body meetings, socials, and fundraisers. Email:

Office of Identity, Equity, and Engagement

In honor of LGBTQ+ History Month, the Office of Identity, Equity, and Engagement is hosting our fourth annual Rainbow Racket. Past performances have included poetry, comedy, singing, and dancing. Want to share your creative spirit then please sign up to perform! Food and beverages will be provided. Email:

Sigma Kappa Sorority

The purpose of Sigma Kappa Sorority is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual, and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact our communities. Bound by a promise, the women of Sigma Kappa at UNC Charlotte strive to live by four national values: personal growth, friendship, service and loyalty. Email:

Society for Women Engineers

Society for women engineers or supporters of women in engineering or STEM field. SWE’s mission is to stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity. Email:

Strong Women of UNC Charlotte

Strong Women of UNC Charlotte provides a welcome place for women to unite and confront the issues of women on campus and in the community. Our purpose is to bring awareness, leadership, and networking to women of all cultures. Email:

Women in Animation

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Women of Color Conversations: Center for Counseling and Psychological Services

Women of Color Conversations are an opportunity to create and strengthen connections for women students of color at UNC Charlotte. The Conversations will present an ethnically and professionally diverse group of thought leaders, experts and innovators. The dialogues are around topics that are particularly relevant to women. 704‑687‑0311