University Chapters

Want to join the growing community of students supporting a more socially conscious planet? The Tangency Foundation supports student groups at an increasing number of universities across the nation. Find yours, or speak with Chapter heads to bring this cause to your campus!

Simply email contact@tangency.xyz and you can expect an email shortly! The Indigenous Rights platform aligns with many environmental and social platforms, so please contact us if you would like to learn how to incorporate a socially responsible medium into your campus affairs!

  University of Florida Student Involvement: There's a purpose for every step.

University of Florida Student Involvement: There's a purpose for every step.

University of Florida

A grande campus stretching across hundreds of acres, the University of Florida is a breeding ground for social movements and student activists. A campus with open arms to social reform, the UF Chapter of The Tangency Foundation Student Groups is ready to help you develop your activist affairs.

University of Miami

Miami is a cultural melting pot, with millions of tourists visiting every year. With the resources to support massive campaigns across Miami-Dade county, The Tangency Foundation's UM Chapter will foster social awareness across cultural lines.

  University Chapter groups often meet up in public spaces to discuss current events and social awareness in the student body.

University Chapter groups often meet up in public spaces to discuss current events and social awareness in the student body.

Florida State University

With a powerful student population, Tallahassee has the activism potential to really shape the human rights movement. The FSU Chapter of the Tangency Foundation's University Student Groups is devoted to creating and sustaining an environment of social awareness and responsibility.

Miami-Dade College

With a diverse student body like no other, location right off of Bayside Shops, and the backing and support of the Miami-Dade international population, the Tangency Foundation's MDC Chapter is making strides in the fight against social ignorance.