Student Clubs

Here is a list of all student clubs. If your student club does not appear in the list below, please feel free to email us at


The University Gym

Students in The University of Iceland can buy a one year gym membership for only a fraction of what it costs in other places.

University Student Dance Group

The Student Dance Group meets regularly and has courses in several dance styles. Among those are hip hop, lindy hop, salsa and swing. All students are welcome to join and registration fees are kept to a minimum. For more info visit

University Student Theatre

If you like performance art, self expression or arts of any kind The Student Theatre might be a group worth checking out. Every semester the group puts on a show entirely organized by students. For further information, please contact or check out their facebook page, Stúdentaleikhúsið.

University Student Choir

There are currently two choirs made up of students from the University of Iceland. The first is only for female students and auditions are held twice a year. For more information contact The second one is the University Choir, founded in 1972, which performs regularly throughout the school year. For more information go to

Hugrún, a mental health education programme

Hugrún, an organization for mental health education, was established in the spring of 2016 by students in nursing, medicine and psychology at the University of Iceland. Today, many students from the University of Reykjavik and the University of Akureyri also participate in the activities of the organization The aim of the organization is to educate young people about mental health, mental disorders and recourses, as well as to increase social awareness.

Hugrún’s president is Karen Geirsdóttir.

Q-Queer Student Association

The Queer Student Association was founded on January 25th 1999 after repeated regular meetings about the situation of homosexuality at the University of Iceland. Members were quickly over 150. Through the years the association has been more radical than other queer movements and thus driven queer politics in Iceland in many ways. It was in the forefront with accepting both bisexual and trans people into the association, and was the first to use the Icelandic term „hinsegin“ (lit. different, translated as queer) in its formal name to emphasize that it fought for the rights of all queer people. This happened in the year 2008 when the associations name was changed to Q – félag hinsegin stúdenta // Q – Queer Student Association.

President of Q is Vallý Hirst Baldurs, you can contact the association at

Alpha Omega

Alpha Omega is a Christian Student Organization at University of Iceland.  The president of the organization is Rebecca Rose.

FeDoN is: The University of Iceland’s Association of Doctoral Students and Doctoral Graduates. The president of FEDON is Katrín Ólafsdóttir, you can contact them at
The Feminist Union at Háskóli Íslands

The Feminist Union at HÍ an an organization for feminists at the University of Iceland who want to take part in the equal rights battles. The president is Rökkvi Hlér Ágústsson, you can contact them at


Réttvís is an association of law students and newly graduated lawyers with the aim of disseminating knowledge about legal issues.

Team Spark

Team SPARK develops, designs and manufactures an electrical race car to compete in the Formula Student competition every year on behalf of Uni of Iceland.

Christian Student Fellowship (CSF)

We are a group of students who seek to mature and grow together as disciples of Christ. We meet once a week for fun, fellowship, Bible study, and free pizza! Everyone is welcome.

For more information, contact Hannah at