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Organization Directory

Welcome to the Student Organization Directory!

With more than 180 student clubs and organizations, there truly is something for everyone at SUNY Geneseo.

A college-registered Student Organization is any student-driven group whose primary membership and entire leadership consists of students enrolled at SUNY Geneseo; is formed in order to contribute to the students' personal development and the advancement of the College Mission; is non-credit bearing; and is officially registered with the Department of Student Life.

Full registration does not imply college endorsement of the positions and views of any organization. Rather, it implies that the institution accepts the organization’s mission as educationally valid and that the organization has complied with institutional registration and continuing registration procedures. 

Full registration with the College does not permit the organization to act in the name of the university, to represent the university, engage in any contractual obligation in the name of the university, nor represent the organization as being an official part of the university.

Questions? Please contact studentorgs@geneseo.edu!

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La Casa Hispánica

Spanish Club meets every Wednesday at 7 pm in Welles 111. Each week, we celebrate a new idea through a variety of crafts and activities. This is a fun way to learn about Hispanic culture and the Spanish language, all while having fun!

Poets Society

Poets' Society exists to spread appreciation of poetry in its various forms and to provide a creative outlet for its members, existing as an open and accepting community of writers and listeners. We hope to not only extend knowledge of the craft and performance of poetry but also to encourage our members to embrace and engage the world of poetry beyond ourselves.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Sundays at 6:00 PM in Sturges 210 or Hunt Room

Biochemistry Club

We connect students, alumni, and professors with networking opportunities, as well as provide biochemistry students a unique club that it truly their own. We hold trivia nights, peer advisement, and student-faculty mixers.

Psychology Club

Psychology Club is here to help Psychology students learn more about their respective career paths as well as provide resources to assist them in their studies. We hold meetings where topics in psychology are discussed as well as holding guest speaker events with people in the field to show students what working in this position is like.

The Speaking Project

We have weekly meetings where one individual will give a major speech/presentation and be evaluated by a peer. We then discuss the evaluation in order to point out things the speaker did well, whether the answered the prompt, and what are some things they could work on. We aim to have a safe and comfortable environment where the speaker has the opportunity to grow and prosper in public speaking. No individual is forced to do a major speech if they do not want to. They are more than welcome to just come sit and listen to the advise that is given.

Accounting Society

Accounting society is a student run organization that aids accounting majors in better preparing them for work past the educational level. Focusing on strengthening skills such as interviewing skills and networking skills. By teaching accounting students how to highlight their skills in person and on paper the club will act as a supplementary resource for students to prepare past the classroom. The club ranges in activities from guest speakers to organized networking trips that allow students to make connections with firms and alumna.

Programming and Data Science Club

The Programming and Data Science Club of SUNY Geneseo offers a fun and educational environment for students and community members alike to pursue their interests in computer science, data science, and technology. Our club also functions as a resource for students that need help learning any of the programming languages that they'll find in their classes at Geneseo. As a club, we've traveled to different computing/data competitions across New York and done very well. We've received awards and praise from HackUpstate, Google, and the American Statistical Association at their DataFest competition. Some of the club's goals include spreading the wealth of computing knowledge to the Geneseo community, continuing to do well at these regional competitions, and getting more community members interested in the exciting and useful world of computer and data science.

Minority Association for PreHealth Students

The Minority Association for PreHealth Students is a subchapter of the Student National Medical Association. The SNMA is a student-ran organization committed to enriching underserved communities through cultivating clinically excellent, culturally competent, and socially conscious physicians by offering underrepresented and underprivileged minorities in the medical field opportunities and resources.\n\nThese resources include (but not limited to):\nPipeline programs\nMentorships\nLeadership development\nVolunteerism\nResearch opportunities\nClinical experiences\nMed school visits\nPreMed advisors \nMCAT resources!\nCultural Awareness seminars\nRegional and National Conferences\netc.\n\nGeneseo MAPS encourages all members of the prehealth community to join our organization despite what you may identify as.

Political Affairs Club

SUNY Geneseo’s Political Affairs Club (PAC) will engage in active dialogue in recent and historical political activities. The club is a safe space to participate in a bipartisan-led current events discussion. The focus will be on the United States political happenings but may extend to those outside of the country. We also coordinate fun events to broader one's understanding such as political debates, a trip to Washington D.C. in the Spring, and movie nights.

American Cancer Society

A worldwide voluntary organization that is committed to raising money for cancer treatments, research, and patients, and helping to educate people on all the effects of cancer and the specifics. Schools, universities, churches, and other organizations participate in a Relay for Life event. This event helps raise money for the American Cancer Society. Relay for Life lets people become more educated. We remember those who are still fighting, those who have passed but not forgotten, and those who have won the battle against cancer.

Optometry Club

Members provide free vision screenings to community members each semester as time permits. While performing a vision screening, members must indicate that they are student volunteers, and that the screening just gives an estimate of the community member’s visual acuity (it is not an eye exam). Members of Optometry Club should encourage the community members present at the screening to see an eye care professional for a complete eye exam.

  • Meet Times:
    Every other week on Wednesdays at 6:00 PM in Bailey

Bookworms

Bookworms will spread awareness of and explore literature through reading and discussing in its meetings. We will advocate and promote literacy on campus and off through collaborations in the community.

Chemistry Club

The purpose of Chemistry club is to provide Geneseo students of all majors and backgrounds an opportunity to come together and celebrate the science of chemistry in a fun and informative way. Chemistry club aims to provide students with peer advice and an opportunity to learn about possibilities of a future in chemistry. Chemistry club hopes to help students become better students and citizens. Some of our events include informative presentations on career options in science, research opportunities, and talks from various people in the scientific community. In addition, we host fun events to get students involved in science and the geneseo community, such as de-stressing events, demonstrations, and hands on projects.

Society For Human Resource Management

The mission of SHRM is to be a globally recognized HR professional society that exists to develop and serve professionals in the HR world while also advancing and leading the HR profession. SHRM is able to do this through providing education, thought leadership, certification, community and advocacy to enhance the practice of human resource management and the effectiveness of HR professionals in the organizations and communities they serve. To achieve the purposes of the Society there shall be no discrimination in individual memberships or chapter affiliation because of race, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, or veteran's status. Whether you are considering a career in Human Resources or just want to get some hands-on experience, The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is a great club to be a part of. The club is broken up into various committees tasked with achieving all goals of the organization, from recruiting new members to reaching out to the community to hear from knowledgeable speakers with HR experience. One of our goals this year is to win the Merit Award for another year in a row.

  • Meet Times:
    Once a month on Wednesdays at 2:30 PM in union

Women in Business Club

The Women in Business Club is an open-entry organization that strives to connect like-minded students. Our club is open to all majors and genders. We meet bi-weekly with varying opportunities from connecting with guest speakers to engaging in professional development workshops. Our goals are to grow networks, form a sense of community, encourage personal and professional growth, and create opportunities to explore career paths.

  • Meet Times:
    Every other week on Mondays at 7:00 PM in South Hall

Physics & Astronomy Club

The purpose of the Physics & Astronomy Club is to bring members of the Geneseo community together and to enrich the recognition of physics in everyday life. We host a plethora of events to promote scientific enthusiasm in the campus community; these events include (but are not limited to) research presentation nights, physics game nights, and a physics picnic held each year with the Geneseo Physics Department. In addition, we collaborate with other science organizations on campus (i.e. the Geology Club).

English Immersion Group

English Immersion Group is a club meant to bring native and non-native English speakers together in a safe, comfortable, and casual setting. It is not meant to be a class but rather a fun, interactive environment for students to practice their English skills, talk about pop culture, and make friends. We play games, watch videos, have discussions, and more! Anyone and everyone is welcome.

History Club

The History Club is a student-run social and academic organization known for organizing lectures, peer advisement sessions (for class registration), faculty panel presentations on the graduate school application process, trips and weekly discussion or game night meetings. Its purpose is to encourage the pursuit of historical research and interest, to provide an understanding of current events through an understanding of their historical basis, and to provide an opportunity for students to share their historical interests through lectures, discussions, and trips.

SUNY Geneseo Model UN Club

The Model UN club holds weekly meetings which generally consist of at least one exercise meant to simulate our conferences in some way. Our conferences in a normal year would be at several colleges around the Northeast and one in Montreal, where each member of the team who comes participates in a separate UN committee simulation. The purpose of these is two debate the topic of that UN assembly meeting and over the course of the weekend, draft and debate UN style resolutions.

SUNY Geneseo Pre-Vet Club

Regarding the aforementioned guidance and education our club strives to provide for its members, this is accomplished in a variety of ways. For instance, at meetings, we may go over what classes our members should be taking each semester to stay on track for graduation, as well as what classes some vet programs require. We also hold meetings that go over vet school applications and the different vet schools/programs. Regarding events, we may visit local barns or have speakers come to our campus.

Geneseo Actuarial Science Club

The Actuary Club allows students to learn more about the career field, interact with other students of similar interests, improve their interview skills, and attend lectures with guest speakers. Also, the club helps students better understand the actuarial profession by maintaining a strong alumni network that assists in the pursuit of internships and full-time jobs upon graduation.

Philosophy Club

Philosophical discussions every week, varying topics that are not always rooted in philosophy. We meet in Welles 111, Thursdays at 7pm.

Association for Women in Mathematics

The AWM is firmly committed to fostering an inclusive environment that enables a diverse community to be involved in and contribute to AWM activities. The AWM believes that all people with an interest in mathematics should be supported and encouraged to participate in the profession. It is AWM’s goal to celebrate, recognize and support a diverse mathematical community of individuals from across the spectrum of age, race, gender, gender identity and expression, national or ethnic origin, religion and religious belief, marital status, parental status, body shape or size, sexual orientation, physical ability, socioeconomic status, employment status and other aspects of diversity.

  • Meet Times:
    Every three weeks on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM in Welles 121

French Culture Club

We plan to have meetings once a month relating to French language, culture, music, and food! Usually, we take a yearly trip to Montreal, but, unfortunately, this year that won't be possible.

Neuroscience Club

Our club is currently working with the Ronald McDonald Foundation as well The Alzheimer's Association to fundraise for research relating to alzheimer's disease.

Elementary and Secondary Education Association

ESEA is an academic club that provides education majors with opportunities to explore careers in the teaching profession, to become involved in volunteering and tutoring opportunities in the community, to communicate between faculty and students, to increase awareness of educational issues as well as work to improve the quality of teacher education programs at SUNY Geneseo.

Creative Writing Club

We meet every week and workshop one person's writing, whether it be poetry, fiction, or nonfiction. We offer support to the writer as well as critiques. We have also begun keeping members informed about publication opportunities so they can share their work with others.

Anthropological Association

The purpose of this club is to create a space for individuals interested in the field of anthropology to connect with other students through meetings and group events.

English Immersion Group

EIG hosts weekly meetings that initiate cross-cultural discussion and provide opportunities for English Language Learners to practice speaking skills. Through presentations, games, and group discussions members exchange ideas and learn about American society and culture as well as other cultures. When possible, collaborative events with other cultural clubs and/or larger events hosted by the club are meant to increase connections within the group and with the larger camus community.

Mock Trial at Geneseo

Mock Trial is a competitive Advocacy Club. Each year, we build two teams who compete against other colleges and travel to universities around the US with a fictional civil or criminal court case. As a club, we hone our public speaking and acting skills and emphasize learning legal theory, case law, and rules of evidence. Members of our club come from a range of majors, and our activities provide an excellent building block towards a law school education, but many of our members intend to pursue alternate careers.

Geology Club

The Geneseo Geology club is an academic club. All geosciences majors get notifications for upcoming events, but anyone can participate and get notifications through our Instagram page. Events include: outdoor get-togethers, hikes, fossil/mineral shows, sustainability/climate awareness events, etc. Our mission is to promote interest in the geosciences through geology-related events and allow any student interested in geology to meet like-minded people.

Pre-Dental Club

Our club is designed to create a community for students who are looking to pursue a career in dentistry. We advise students and help give information on classes, standardized tests, the application process, interviews and more. We meet bi-weekly. We hope to help students as they go through the process of applying to dental schools. We also participate in off-campus events such as workshops at UB Dental School. As stated on the Geneseo website, dentistry is an important career for public health. A career in dentistry focuses on patient health/safety while also emphasizes human empathy and care for others. "Dentists diagnose and treat diseases, injuries, and malformations of the teeth and mouth. They can perform surgical procedures such as implants, tissue grafts, extractions, and can improve the patient's appearance by using a variety of cosmetic dental procedures. Dentists educate patients on how to better care for their teeth and prevent oral disease." - Geneseo "Pre-Dental" Page

Geography Club

Geography Club is a club sponsored by the SUNY Geneseo Department of Geography and Sustainability Studies. Its goal is to provide students of Geneseo that have interest in the subject of geography an outlet for that passion. It does so by offering geographically applicable civil service events, referred to as mapathons, which aim to improve the mapping accuracy of the developing world. It also provides academic and career advisement sessions in peer and faculty advisement discussions, as well as fun and creative outlets in trivia nights, and game nights.

International Relations Club

International Relations Club was created to promote and increase awareness of issues concerning International Relations as well as encourage more students’ involvement in these topics. We also wish to create a network of students majoring, minoring or with an interest in International Relations. In order to successfully fulfill the above goals, the IR club will undertake in regular meetings, semester interest meetings (1 Fall and 1 Spring) per yr, and trips to meet with alumni in cities such as Washington D.C and New York City. In alignment with a scholarly environment SUNY Geneseo’s chapter of International Relations will educate the community with current events specifically those related to international relations. In alignment with inclusivity SUNY Geneseo’s chapter of International Relations will work closely with any individual pursuant that they have an interest in the international community.

Marketing Club

The purpose of the SUNY Geneseo’s Marketing Club shall be: To foster scientific study and research in the field of marketing To foster an environment to develop leadership skills in the field of marketing b. To develop sound thinking in marketing theory and more exact knowledge and definition of marketing principles c. To improve the methods and techniques of marketing research d. To develop better public understanding and appreciation of marketing problems e. To activate classroom knowledge and theory into Experiential Learning f. To promote friendly relations between students, faculty, and the business community g. To encourage and uphold sound, honest practices, and to keep marketing operations on a high ethical plane h. To exercise marketing skills for service and social impact

Biology Club

Our mission as a club is to give all students interested in biology and related sciences an opportunity to increase their knowledge and enjoyment of these subjects, and to promote a greater appreciation of these subjects within the college community. Activities include apparel sales, fall and spring picnics, fall and spring trip as well as guest lectures. This year, we will not be able to host the usual picnics due to COVID however we plan on coming up with other events.

Pursuing Rewards In the Study of Mathematics

PRISM is a math club. We hold math events that create a fun environment for people who enjoy math to express that joy. We create connections through various events with professors where students are able to ask questions and build relationships with their professors outside of the classroom. We aim to create an enriching experience to all SUNY Geneseo students who enjoy math while promoting mathematics as not only a valuable subject but a fun one as well.

Grow STEM

The purpose of this organization is to provide students at SUNY Geneseo with a structured and supportive group environment aimed at students pursuing a STEM major, though anyone interested in topics of discussion are welcome to attend. The organization will also serve as a platform for inclusivity in STEM both in and beyond college.

Green Environmental Organization at Geneseo

The Green Environmental Organization's mission is to promote environmentally-friendly practices on our campus, in our community, in our state and in our world. In doing this we will promote good health, an inclusive environment, biological diversity and the sustainability of the Earth and its people. We do this by cleaning up right here in Geneseo, educating the Geneseo community and connecting with bigger environmental campaigns across the US.

Animal Lovers of Geneseo

We want to promote education and awareness about safe and ethical treatment of animals, and promote responsible ownership practices for people who own any pets. Our goal is to bring people together to promote awareness about being a pet owner and the use of animals in laboratories. We plan on hold events that offer a safe and convenient meeting space to talk about our shared interest in animals. Events include raising money for local animal shelters, the ASPCA, Happy Animals Club, and other organizations that share our same goal. Another event is going to nearby animal shelters to offer support and doing a show and tell of local pets for animal therapy (restrictions permitting).

Students for Life

SUNY Geneseo Students for Life seeks to transform culture by encouraging young people to work to end abortion in the United States. This is done through engaging in trainings to effectively educate students and peers, participating in tabling and other events on campus and around the community.

SUNY Geneseo Chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children

The Council for Exceptional Children is a national organization with professional and student chapters across the country. CEC is an organization that provides activities and programming for people of all ages with special needs as well as gifted and talented individuals. CEC also offers community awareness programs. The organization offers many opportunities for volunteers to work with children, families, and adults in the community.

Peace Action

Peace Action Geneseo is a non-partisan student group dedicated to empowering student advocates to take action on issues of peace and justice. Through education, grassroots organizing, and action campaigns, we work to promote informed student activism on campus and build leadership among young people in the peace movement. We host events related to peaceful resolution of conflict, environmentalism, nuclear proliferation, and more. Out goals are to: TRAIN students to be effective social advocates and grassroots organizers. EDUCATE young people on peace and justice issues, while keeping students informed on recent peace-related news and events. EMPOWER students to campaign for action and policies that will help our communities and our world become a safer, more peaceful place. CONNECT students to a larger community of young and professional activists who share a similar interest for peace and conflict resolution.

Partners in Health Engage at SUNY Geneseo

PIH Engage at SUNY Geneseo is a chapter of the parent organization, Partners in Health. We work with our parent organization closely and are provided with the necessary resources and tools. We approach healthcare from an advocacy perspective, fundraising, and through community building and education. We advocate for increased funding for specific global and domestic policies that promote health as a human right (e.g., USAID’s bilateral tuberculosis account and The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria). At SUNY Geneseo, we will hold bi-weekly meetings to work together as a team, have seminars on important issues regarding health and healthcare, and have fundraising events throughout the school year.

College Republicans at Geneseo

The intent of the Club is threefold:\n1.) To make known and promote the principles of the Republican Party among the students at SUNY Geneseo.\n2.) To provide students with a conservative political outlet at SUNY Geneseo.\n3.) To develop political skills and leadership abilities among students in order to better serve the community.

International Youth and Students for Social Equality

Young people, including students, face a dangerous future. The fraudulent economic "recovery" is worsening for the vast majority of the population. Imperialist war, even a nuclear World War III, looms around the corner. Climate change threatens the entire planet. These threats and others demonstrate that capitalism is a system in crisis, incapable of creating a decent future for youth, students, and workers everywhere. The SUNY Geneseo chapter of the International Youth and Students for Social Equality seeks to mobilize students and young workers in the struggle for the only viable alternative to capitalism: socialism. The IYSSE is dedicated to the defense of democratic rights, opposition to war, and the arming of students, youth, and workers with a socialist perspective. To do so, we hold weekly meetings to engage students and workers and orient members toward the working class. All interested people are welcome to attend meetings, regardless of major or enrollment status.

Roosevelt Institute

We work on targeting issues in our community and brainstorming solutions for these problems through public policy.

Voices Uncovered

Voices Uncovered is dedicated to providing an encouraging and judgment-free creative platform for marginalized students to share their unique abilities and talents with their fellow Geneseo peers, faculty, and staff. This creative platform can range from student written scripts, performances, or showcases that enable students to highlight areas of concern and educate their fellow peers on issues that are important to them. Voices Uncovered will devote its time to process students’ experiences with micro-aggressions, stereotyping, and discriminatory discourse or actions. Members of the club will be encouraged to speak up about their experiences dealing with these issues. Voices Uncovered will further the conversation about marginalization and discrimination by actively challenging the status quo and collaborating with Geneseo student cultural groups. Geneseo is our home away from home and we see the value in fixing or drawing attention to areas of concern in this regard. In order to achieve this, Voices Uncovered will allot a space during our meetings for free-writes and open discourse. In this space, students can talk about recent events that have affected them on a personal or global level. We believe that any incident, no matter how miniscule it may seem, is worth discussing. Oftentimes, individuals who have experienced a form of discrimination or have been marginalized by their peers seek validation for their reactions and emotions. Additionally, Voices Uncovered will host group interviews focused on self-identity and marginalization that will serve as the foundation for the end of the semester performance geared towards highlighting these particular issues in an attempt to educate our Geneseo campus. Consenting individuals will also be published on our permanent online presence. Voices Uncovered is passionate about empowering our fellow peers to have their voices heard and inviting our community to listen.

Voices for Planned Parenthood

Voices for Planned Parenthood at Geneseo is an organization on campus which seeks to educate students about issues surrounding reproductive justice, and raise awareness about the mission of Planned Parenthood. We hold weekly general meetings, open to any student, that focus on different topics regarding reproductive justice. Past meeting topics have included sex education around the country, the history of Planned Parenthood, and different methods of birth control. We also hold efforts each semester to fundraise for Planned Parenthood such as tabling in the union. In the spring semester, we hold our annual Sexy Egg hunt, which is an event where students learn about safe-sex practices surrounding sex toys and have the opportunity to win prizes related to sexual health and pleasure.

College Democrats

Outside of meetings, we work very closely with local, statewide, and national politicians to help them with their campaigns. We also have hosted many Geneseo Late Knight events on our own as well as in conjunction with several other politically oriented groups on campus. Members also have attended New York College Democrat conferences and conventions. Each year, members of the Geneseo College Democrats participate in a formal debate with the Geneseo College Republicans.

People for Animal Welfare

We will table in union, host events with cruelty-free giveaways, documentary screenings, cooking demos etc.

Student Coalition for Migrant Workers

The SCMW serves to help migrant workers, migrant students, as well as any Latinx student or person. This club will create community engagement opportunities between the Geneseo Community and the migrant workers community. The club will also help create different fundraising ideas to give out a scholarship to a Migrant/Latinx high school student who would like to attend college but does not have the resources. Finally, the SCMW will help tutor English classes for adults, and tutor different subjects to young children in the Tepeyac Welcoming Migrant Center.

Figure Skating Club at Geneseo

Purposes of the club are to encourage the instruction, practice, and advancement of the members in moves in the field, freestyle skating, ice dancing, and all types of figure skating; to encourage and cultivate a spirit of unity among ice skaters; to sponsor, to produce, or cooperate in the production of ice shows, as well as support each other at competitions; and to carry out the general policies of the United States Figure Skating Association.

Badminton Club

Meetings occur on Fridays and Saturday nights(time is TBD) and we play badminton matches.

Club Baseball

As a team, we play in the CCBA league. We play teams from the Rochester area and Buffalo area. Our mission is to win our league and be great teammates to each other.

Men's Club Volleyball

The purpose of this club is to learn, teach and play volleyball in an organized manner. In addition, it will also participate in tournaments at other nearby colleges. The club will also plan to host one tournament per semester where club teams from other schools will attend and compete at SUNY Geneseo.

Women's Club Ice Hockey

Geneseo Women’s Club Ice Hockey seeks to compete with college level athletes from other schools, engage in competitive and respectful play, and increase the awareness of the sport of women’s ice hockey. We practice twice a week and have games on weekends.

Ski and Snowboard Club

Provide the opportunity to ski and snowboard to Suny Geneseo students and faculty through the purchase of discount lift tickets, organization of transportation, and trips to non-local resorts.

Karate Club

We are an organization that aims to allow all students, regardless of experience, to learn and practice karate in a fun, inclusive, and low-pressure environment. We structure our meetings to allow each student to work to their own level of intensity so that everybody can have a valuable experience no matter their martial arts background. In club, we teach many different facets of karate, including technique, kata, sparring, breaking, and self-defense. We draw from a variety of karate styles to help establish a broad base of knowledge, and we welcome students from every style of martial arts, not just karate. Karate club is a wonderful place to begin your martial arts journey or to expand on the knowledge and skills you already have.

Ski Racing Team

To allow students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to participate in a competitive ski environment. Competitive skiing provides a challenging and lifelong experience. This organization will be a positive representative of the college on local, state, and national levels. We compete against other schools at different mountains across the state! It's a ton of fun and you will make lots of new friends. We stay at hotels when we race at farther away mountains, and get up early to race all day! The ski team is comprised of a girls and boys team (we practice together). Everyone races individually twice on Saturday and twice on Sunday. Typically slalom races and Giant Slalom are on different days.

Club Softball

Club Softball at Geneseo is an informal way to play and practice softball, whether it is for fun, for exercise, or competitively. We have members of all different skill levels and experience levels, and we pride ourselves in inclusivity and an open, safe environment. We have two levels of interest - Practice Squad and Game Squad. The Game Squad competes against other colleges through the National Club Softball Association (NCSA).

Geneseo Club Cheerleading

Most recently the Geneseo Cheerleading Team has competed as small advanced all girl, however in the past we have competed in small advanced co-ed. Mandatory practices are held two to three times a week throughout the season, along with attending games both semesters and competitions during the spring semester. The titles that the SUNY Geneseo Cheerleading Team has held include: 1st Place Epic Tour at Albany in 2019, 1st Place and Grand Champions of Platinum Nationals in 2019, and numerous first place victories in prior years.

Quidditch at Geneseo

Our purpose is to enable the students of SUNY Geneseo to compete regionally and nationally in the sport of Quidditch. The Quidditch at SUNY Geneseo team will be open to attending such events as; the Snowbelt Conference Opening Tournament, the Northeast Classic, and the USQ Regionals.

Men's Club Basketball

Club Basketball serves as a great way to make new friends, stay active and continue to play the great sport of basketball. Players of all skill levels are welcome to join the organization and practices start up at the beginning of October. Then towards the end of November we will begin games that will run all the way through the Spring semester.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays , and Thursdays at 6:00 PM in Kuhl Gym
    Every three weeks on Saturdays at 12:00 PM in Kuhl Gym

Geneseo Crew Club

Crew is a tight-knit group of people who practice the sport the rowing. As a team they build connections with each other as they work towards their goals. Crew club is a way for students to build connections with their peers, to stay active, and enjoy the outdoors.

Club Tennis

Club tennis will be exposed in the Student Expo as a way to get more students involved in this beautiful sport. Tennis is great sport that increases ones reaction time and helps improves muscle tone, endurance and flexibility. Practice will be held in the form of mini tennis, volleying, stretches, running, etc. Games such as King/Queen of the court Gladiator and more will be conducted.

Men's Club Soccer

We are a student-run on-campus organization that gets students together to get touches on the ball multiple times a week. In addition, we will compete with other local colleges against their club teams. Our goal is simply to have fun and play soccer. We aim to create a positive and inclusive environment for students looking to continue sharing a passion for the game.

Men’s Club Lacrosse Team at Geneseo

We host practices at geneseo and scrimages against other local colleges club teams.

Landshark Lacrosse

The Women’s Club Lacrosse Team at Geneseo seeks to establish a club lacrosse team that is open to both experienced and beginning players who are looking for a competitive lacrosse experience that is flexible around a student’s schedule but still offers the opportunity for respectful competition and healthy camaraderie. It is our hope that by playing lacrosse with our team, those students will be able to interact with others in a setting that teaches more about themselves and gives insights into new positive attributes that a team setting could help offer.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays , Wednesdays , Saturdays at 5:00 PM in Turf

Men's Club Ice Hockey

Give players aren't ready to hang up the skates just yet an opportunity to play competitive hockey with teams in the region.

Mens Club Rugby

The Geneseo Mens Club Rugby team is coming off very successful 2021-2022 seasons being ranked nationally for both the Fall and the Spring. There is no experience needed to play and there are no tryouts as well.

Co-ed Ultimate Frisbee

Inclusivity - committed to providing a safe and welcoming place for people of all abilities, genders, cultural, ethnic, or religious backgrounds, sexualities, and socio-economic status. Respect - dedicated to treating every person we encounter with courtesy, politeness, and kindness. Open Mindedness - willing to consider new ideas and listen to the perspectives of all to foster a supportive environment

Women's Club Volleyball

The club is open to any skill level as we distinguish 3 separate teams to let members participate as much as possible.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Sundays , and Saturdays at 12:00 PM in Kuhl Gym

Women's Club Rugby

The women's rugby team competes in a small college league in the fall semester and multiple tournaments throughout the spring semester. The team works to take those of all skill levels and turn them into well rounded rugby players with a love of the sport. The team practices five days a week, leading up to Saturday game days. The team grows very close with each other and considers themselves a family.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays , Tuesdays , Wednesdays , Thursdays , Fridays at 5:00 PM in Onondaga Field
    Weekly on Saturdays at 11:00 AM in Various Colleges and Universities
  • Organization Tags: club sport , women , rugby

Running Club

The purpose of Geneseo Running Club is to provide a supportive environment for runners of all levels to meet and run together to promote stronger physical and mental health. Various fundraisers will be held throughout the year, to raise money for any club-related costs or to donate to charity. Members will have the option to compete in local 5k road races throughout the semester.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays , and Wednesdays at 8:00 AM in Track

Women's Club Soccer

Women's Club Soccer is an organization devoted to creating an inclusive team of athletes who are interested in playing soccer above the intramural level. With weekly practices and competitive gameplay, Women’s Club Soccer will provide a welcoming environment for those who wish to come together and play soccer.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays , Wednesdays , Fridays at 6:30 PM in Saratoga Fields

Shakti

Shakti, which means strength in Sanskrit, is an organization that strives to represent South Asian students by creating student solidarity. It is an outlet for South Asian students seeking self-discovery as well as a vehicle to enhance the diversity of the campus at large on issues of diversity and multiculturalism with respect to South Asian culture.

Black Student Union

The Black Student Union, primarily goal is to educate those about black culture through events such as Curl-fest, Soul food and Kwanza and many more.

Latinx Student Association

LSA is an organization that highlights latinx culture through creating a safe space on campus to have ongoing conversation surrounding latinx topics. We aim to be inclusive to all Latinx individuals hence introducing more inclusive language through our name. We put on annual events such as hispanic heritage month, La Mezcla Dinner and Sabor Latino Dinner. We also hold collaborations with organizations like GLK, OGX and other cultural clubs.

African Student Association

The purpose of this organization is to act as the official representative of the African student body in matters affecting them at SUNY Geneseo. ASA is also dedicated to improving the quality of life of African Students at SUNY Geneseo by arranging social activities, and other cultural, and sporting events.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Tuesdays at 5:30 PM in MCU Fire Side Lounge
    Weekly on Sundays at 6:00 PM in MCU 351
  • Organization Tags: culture , african

Caribbean Student Association

The Caribbean Student Association is dedicated to spreading awareness and educating about the Caribbean and Caribbean culture on campus. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive and welcoming environment for Caribbean identifying students and all intersecting identities on campus.

Pride Alliance

Pride Alliance is an on-campus group devoted to discussing LGBTQ+ issues, promoting activism in the queer community, and maintaining a safe space in which all students can thrive. Pride provides a relaxed and safe environment for anyone to share and learn about issues related to gender and sexual minorities in today's world. With the help of its members, Pride plans several Late Knight events such as Second Chance Prom and Drag Ball. We also offer many other on campus events such as the "LGBT? Fine By Me" panel discussion, speakers for National Coming Out Day along with Pride Night, which is an event to celebrate both the club and the cultures it promotes. Ultimately, our goal is to make the campus a better and more informed environment so all students can call Geneseo their home.

Korean American Student Association

The Korean American Student Association is a cultural club that is dedicated to educating and uniting those on campus who share an interest in Korean culture. We hold two annual events, one per semester, to help share Korean culture in an engaging and unique way. Our fall event is Running Man, which shares a name with and takes inspiration from a Korean variety show. Participants work in teams to complete mini games and gain the most points out of all teams playing. In the spring, KASA hosts K-Night, our cultural dinner. It is the biggest event of the year for us, complete with dinner, dances, skits, and a fashion show that is all written and performed by KASA members.

Chinese Culture Club at Geneseo

The Chinese Culture Club at Geneseo is dedicated to promoting and educating students on Chinese culture and diaspora. We host events such as Mahjong Night, Dumpling Night, Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, and China Night.

Muslim Student Association

Our aim is to promote a sense of community among Muslim and non-Muslim students on campus, dispel common misconceptions and stereotypes of Islam, and present the Islamic culture, history, and thought to the community as a whole. This organization does not exist to enforce the practice of the religion but rather to provide a venue through which Geneseo students, Muslim and non-Muslim, may explore the religion.

Himalayan Student Association

HSA is a cultural club aims to encourage involvement among Geneseo students by organizing events that highlights cultures of the Himalayan region.

Filipino Student Union

The Filipino Student Union (FSU) at SUNY Geneseo is a cultural organization that aims to celebrate Filipino culture. We aim to provide a community and safe-space for those who are Filipino-identifying and those who appreciate our Philippine culture. We welcome people of all backgrounds to appreciate our Filipino culture. FSU meets every other week on Wednesdays at 5PM in the Fireside Lounge. Our instagram is @fsugeneseo.

  • Meet Times:
    Every other week on Wednesdays at 5:00 PM in Fireside Lounge

Japanese Culture Club

Japanese Culture Club exists to promote relations between members of the club and the community through the exploration of Japanese culture. We act as a bridge between Japanese, American, and any culture with the intention to exchange cultural views and to dispel stereotypes. We have often collaborated with other culture clubs on campus through events providing food, stage performances, and more to highlight fascinating similarities and differences between different groups of peoples around the world.

German Club at Geneseo

Our mission statement is to promote the German Language and Culture.

The Ghana Project

The Ghana Project works to encourage the health, education and overall well-being of children who lack the financial availability and resources to do so for themselves in Ghana. Through fundraising and cultural events, the Ghana Project encourages other students to become more interculturally competent and provides opportunity for students to come together and volunteer to help out others as a community. Fundraising will benefit the Agogo Hospital and Besease School in Ghana.

Phi Kappa Pi

Clio was founded in 1872 and is the oldest sorority on the Geneseo campus. We are known for our gold and white colors, as well as our flower, the beautiful white daisy. Every year we participate in many charitable events, as well as our main one being Migrant Christmas.

Delta Kappa Tau

A. We, the Delta Kappa Tau Fraternity, set forth to sustain an organization of intelligent, young men promoting brotherhood, community, service, and scholarship. Furthermore, we draw on our roots in the original Delphic Fraternity, founded in 1871, in continuing its mission: “Extended cultivation of thought and language, and to fit fraternal activities more efficiently into this pattern.”

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Wednesdays at 7:30 PM in 17 Franklin Street

Zeta Iota of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated is an international historically black Greek lettered organization. In 1920 five women from Howard University envisioned a sorority that would raise the consciousness of their people, encourage the highest standards of scholastic achievement, and foster a greater sense of unity among its members. Since its founding Zeta Phi Beta has historically focused on addressing social causes. Zeta chapters and auxiliaries have given untotaled hours of voluntary service to educate the public, assist youth, provide scholarships, support organized charities, and promote social and civic change legislation.

Theta Chi

Theta Chi is one of the oldest men’s college fraternities in North America. Founded in 1856, Theta Chi Fraternity is a men’s collegiate fraternity with more than 200,000 initiated members and has established 245 chapters. Theta Chi’s mission is to develop college-age men into successful students, good citizens, lifelong brothers, and resolute leaders. Founded on the principle of friendship through the mutual assistance of every member, Theta Chi aims to provide its members with an enjoyable and fulfilling collegiate experience that also prepares them for rewarding, successful lives after graduation.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Fridays at 7:00 PM in newton hall

Sigma Nu Chi

Fraternal Organization serving the Geneseo community since 1985.

Phi Alpha Delta Chapter at SUNY Geneseo

The purpose of this Fraternity shall be to form a strong bond uniting students and teachers of the law with members of the Bench and Bar in a fraternal fellowship designed to advance the ideals of liberty and equal justice under law; to stimulate excellence in scholarship; to inspire the virtues of compassion and courage; to foster integrity and professional competence; to promote the welfare of its members; and to encourage their moral, intellectual, and cultural advancement; so that each member may enjoy a lifetime of honorable professional and public service.

Omega Beta Psi

We, the students of the State University of New York at Geneseo, with the desire to develop the spirit of enduring brotherhood and democracy; to encourage participation in educational, social, and athletic activities; to maintain the high standards of scholarship and integrity, to secure the benefits of a close organization; hereby establish Omega Beta Psi, and enact these by-laws.

Sigma Delta Tau

Mission statement: "Sigma Delta Tau empowers each member to reach her fullest potential by enriching the experience of women with similar ideals, building lasting relationships, promoting civic responsibility and fostering personal growth." Sigma Delta Tau was founded by a group of 7 women experiencing religious discrimination at Cornell University in 1917. Over the years, the organization has fostered the guiding principle of 'Patriae Multae Spes Una' or commonly, 'One Hope of Many People.'

Sigma Kappa

Sigma Kappa fosters lifelong connection in sisterhood while being true to our founding as an intellectual and social women's sorority. Through mutual support and respect, we inspire all members to lead a life of purpose.

Phi Lambda Chi

The sisters of Phi Lambda Chi aim to maintain individuality while working together and promote harmony among all of the fraternal groups. It is important to the sisters to promote fellowship, scholarship and cooperation within the school and citizenship on the campus and in the community while upholding our Constitution and that of the Inter-Greek Council. Phi Lamb adopted Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester as their chapter's main philanthropy which fosters bonds among animals and people.

Alpha Chi Rho

Alpha Chi Rho is a National Fraternity that was founded in 1895. The Phi Zeta Chi chapter of Alpha Chi Rho formed in SUNY Geneseo in 1980. The basic principles of this fraternity are found within the Landmarks that culminate the traditions of Alpha Chi Rho and represent what our brothers and founders believe is the ideal brotherhood.

Pi Kappa Phi

Our Mission: To create an uncommon and lifelong brotherhood that develops leaders and encourages service to others for the betterment of our communities. \n\nOur Vision: A future where every Pi Kappa Phi embraces his role as a leader, puts service before self and improves the world around him. \n\nOur Public Values: Common Loyalty, Personal Responsibility, Achievement, Accountability, Campus Involvement, Responsible Citizenship, Lifelong Commitment.

The Alpha Chapter of the Agonian Fraternity

Alpha Kappa Phi, also known as the Agonian sorority, is an organized group of young women who strive to positively impact our current and past members, and our surrounding community in Geneseo, New York. Established in 1885, Alpha Kappa Phi has a rich history of creating unbreakable sisterhood and lasting relationships between our members, and we seek to continue that growing bond with every new pledge class. The members of this organization are kind, intelligent, resilient, and hardworking young women that use their positive attributes to uplift themselves and each other; as well as create a positive environment every member is proud to be a part of. One of our organization's mottos is "strive to lead," which we hold near to our hearts as we use our time and resources to create fulfilling experiences for our members as well as give back to the Geneseo community we love to call home.

Sigma Tau Psi

The mechanical essence of the fraternal organization is that each member contributes to the brotherhood and in turn derives certain benefits. These benefits are dependent upon the character of the contributor and the nature of the contribution. It is the fraternity's hope that each member will be those who excel in various aspects of campus life. In this way the campus, the fraternity, and the brotherhood will all benefit significantly.

Sisters Making a Change

Sisters Making a Change (SMAC) is a local social service sorority at the State University of New York at Geneseo. We are proud to live by our 5 founding principles: service, unity, loyalty, scholarship, and wellness. Our philanthropy is the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and every Spring we host the "Out of the Darkness Walk".

Alpha Phi Omega

The three pillars of Alpha Phi Omega are Leadership, Friendship, and Service. Members are given opportunities for leadership roles, whether it is serving on the executive board or leading a service project. We foster a positive and inclusive environment for students. With our open membership policy, all students can join our organization and build connections with other students on-campus. APO believes in the importance of showing up and serving our community when they need us. We have worked with local organizations in the Geneseo and Rochester areas, such as Habitat for Humanity and Open Door Mission, as well as organizations across the nation and world, such as Relay For Life and the B+ Foundation.

Zeta Beta Xi

We, the members of Zeta Beta Xi Fraternity at the State University of New York at Geneseo, in order to foster in college and perpetuate in the world outside, ties of friendship among college men, to inculcate them a proper veneration for democratic ideals, to assist them to exemplify in their own lives the highest ideals of their nation, and to form a society which shall forever cherish and promote these purposes, do ordain and establish the Constitution of the Alpha Chapter of the Zeta Beta Xi Fraternity.

Men of Action and Change

On behalf of the organization Men of Action and Change, local chapter at the State University of New York College at Geneseo, all members are herein to swear by and uphold the statutes and codes inscribed in the following document. Men of Action and Change are inherently representative of themselves, as well as other members, at all times. They are to uphold the five core principles handed down by our forefathers of Service, Scholarship, Unity, Fitness, and Loyalty when conducting themselves both in private and public. We hold both on and off campus events.

Sigma Alpha Mu

Sigma Alpha Mu has been a pillar in greek life for over a hundred years, built on fostering in all of its members the values of true manhood, democracy, and humanity. A Sammy strives to create an open and accepting atmosphere anywhere he is, whether it is in his own backyard or across the country.

National Panhellenic Conference

The National Panhellenic Council promotes the growth of individual chapters and the sorority community. We organize and sponsor a membership recruitment program. We also encourage the highest possible academic, social and moral standards. In addition we, coordinate activities, establish orderly procedures and provide for programming in addition to recruitment.

  • Meet Times:
    Once a month on Tuesdays at 6:30 PM in Union

Alpha Omega Pi

We strive to promote closeness and personal growth through friendship and the exchange of thoughts, opinions, and feelings between all of the sisters of Alpha Omega Pi. Our organization aims to expand the participation of its members in academics by encouraging sisters to realize and acknowledge the full extent of their potential. We advance social interaction between greek life, the college, and the local community by coordinating activities and services that will be a benefit to the listed groups while maintaining the individuality and rights of those involved.

Royal Lady Knights

The Royal Lady Knights is a local sorority that serves as both a service and a social organization. RLK is the largest of its kind at SUNY Geneseo. The women of RLK are active members of the college campus as well as the community. On October 17, 1989, 20 women held a meeting in Erie Hall. This was the first meeting of the soon-to-be Royal Lady Knights. After many different names, the Royal Lady Knights was chosen and kept. "Come as you are" was decided as not only the motto, but also stands as the foundation for the organization. On February 22, 1990, the Royal Lady Knights were officially recognized as a campus wide organization. Laura Wrubel was acquired as the advisor of RLK. On September 24, 1990, the first open meeting was held, approximately 70 people attended! During the first class orientation, the RLK dance was created and has been modified since. In the Spring of 2013, along with social service organizations such as MAC and SMAC, the Royal Lady Knights joined the Inter-Greek Council and was recognized as a local sorority at SUNY Geneseo. After about 25 years of service, 50 orientation classes, and over 850 women later, RLK continues to celebrate and strives to grow with many more members to come!

SIgma Gamma Phi/ Arethusa

Founded in 1892, Sigma Gamma Phi, also known as SGPhi, is Geneseo's third oldest sorority on campus. We are a local organization with three other chapters at Fredonia, Oneonta, and Potsdam. Once a year we get together with our chapters, swap traditions, and have a great time meeting other sisters! In Geneseo we are involved in many philanthropic activities and charities. We pride ourselves on our commitment to bettering our community through service projects. Sigma Gamma Phi is also not your typical sorority - and we pride ourselves on that! Forming great friendships and long-lasting bonds with each other are at the forefront of our organization. This, in turn with our strong alumnae support, allow us to form a network of passionate and focused women all over the country. We are all different and unique individuals who contribute to make Sigma Gamma Phi one of the best organizations around!

Alpha Delta Epsilon

A gender inclusive sorority that has a focus on diversity and inclusivity

Delta Phi Epsilon

Delta Phi Epsilon is an international social sorority founded in 1917 on the principles of justice, sisterhood, and love. DPhiE is welcome to all as our international governing board instituted a policy that welcomes transgender and non-binary members and celebrates the diversity of our chapter. Aside from social events, we also participate in fundraising for our philanthropies, participating in community service, and hosting different events with other campus organizations. Our motto is esse quam videri, which means to be rather than to seem to be. Delta Phi Epsilon celebrates the authenticity and uniqueness of each individual in our chapter, and encourages its members to be their true selves. As a sorority, we are committed to using our platform to speak out against injustices that directly and indirectly affect our members and their communities.

Alpha Sigma Tau

Mission Invest in women by instilling the skills necessary to navigate life, and inspire members to enrich their own lives and the lives of others. Vision Alpha Sigma Tau empowers women to excel in life.

Alpha Kappa Psi

The objects of this chapter shall be to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts and finance; to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank courses leading to degrees in business administration. Its mission is to providing resources for enhancing the educational experience of future business leaders.

Phi Kappa Chi

We as a Fraternal Organization pride ourselves on contributing to our community in a positive manor. We look forward to putting on Welfares where the profits go to non-profit charitable organizations. We as a group make it a point to conduct ourselves in a respectful manor on and off campus.

  • Meet Times:
    Every other week on Sundays at 7:00 PM in 64 Court Street

Fishing Club at Geneseo

The main goal of the Fishing Club at Geneseo is to share the sport of fishing as well as proper fishery conservation practices with as many people as we can. We love to fish, and we want to foster that love of the sport in others.

Geneseo Area Gaming Group

GAGG is Geneseo's gaming club. We play games such as card games, board games, video games, role-playing games (like Dungeons and Dragons) and more! We also host several events throughout the year including Inter-Geek Counsel in the fall and Running GAGG during the spring. Running GAGG is our annual convention that we spend the full year planning for. It runs over a weekend and encourages gamers from around the county, state, and country to come and have fun. Our ultimate goal is to simply remind people that it is ok to still have fun, even while transitioning into the work centric world. We also try to encourage comradery through our club, that way people can make lasting relationships over games.

Chess Club

Chess club offers in person meetings for players of all skill levels to play and learn the game of chess. We also offer more competitive meetings for those participating in the Collegiate Chess League. We host online matches against other colleges. We also plan on hosting an in-person intercollegiate tournament this semester.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Fridays at 7:00 PM in Bailey 203 (subject to change)
    Weekly on Thursdays at 7:00 PM in Bailey 203 (subject to change)

Circus Club

We are a collection of students at Geneseo who come together every week to practice our skills. It helps to practice around other people, and sometimes we set aside time to work through a trick as a group. If you've never picked up a hula hoop or a set of juggling balls, no worries- you're still welcome here. Likewise, if you have a vast arsenal of impressive tricks, always feel free to come by. Beginners and experts alike, we have a place for you. Circus Club is a casual club, so if your schedule only allows you to come for half an hour, or maybe one week but not the next, have no fear. We're still happy to see you! Circus Club has a weekly reservation of an indoor location on campus, but if the weather is nice, we try to be on the college green. Sometimes we'll plan ahead of time to meet in Sturges Auditorium, where there's more room to unicycle!

Nerf@Geneseo

The purpose of Nerf@Geneseo is to organize and run events using Nerf blasters (launch foam darts, off-brand blasters are considered to be equivalent to Nerf blasters), foam melee weapons, socks, and marshmallows. These will include Nerf War games and a campus-wide Humans VS Zombies (HvZ) game every semester. Nerf@Geneseo serves as a community for gaming and building friendships between students. The game requires players to use teamwork and assist each other to achieve success. The game is an effective vehicle for bringing students together from across the student community.

Anime Club of Geneseo

Gather people to watch anime series and movies or other actives on Fridays. Talk about anime with like minded people.

Fencing Club at SUNY Geneseo

This club will meet once or twice a week to practice skills and simply to fence. Some equipment has been provided by the school but if you are familiar with the sport and have your own equipment you are encouraged to bring it.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays at 5:00 PM in Union 322/323

National Parks Club

As a club, we work to educate students on the National Parks and their purpose. We show students the diversity within the parks but also how that diversity works together to bring such breathtaking views and magnificent animals. We also show how environmental conservation and sustainability is promoted throughout the parks to keep that beauty. We have also started to implement to safety training into the club but talking about edible plants, knot tying, hiking hacks, and other safety things that may be important for future trips whether as a club or individuals.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays at 6:00 PM in Welles 26

Inter-Residence Council

Inter-residence council provides the individual councils with funding to host their events. We provide leadership and mentorship to those who participate, it is a great resume builder for freshman or anyone who is looking for leadership opportunities. Hall council executives are allowed to use their experience and creativity to cater events to the things they find valuable and needed in the halls.

Inter-Greek Council

IGC is a diverse group of Greek Students that govern Geneseo's Greek community. Fraternity and sorority members share service, scholastic, social, athletic, and leadership experiences. On a yearly basis Greeks participate in numerous service events to give back to their community, including the Day of Caring, Relay for Life, a canned food drive, and numerous other service projects within every organization. The vision of the Inter Greek Council of the State University of New York College at Geneseo is to celebrate life-long fraternal and sororal bonds while continuing to grow through academics, campus involvement, community service, leadership and social engagements; while further recognizing the responsibility of each member and member organization to serve as role models and promote these opportunities to the College community to further its development. ​

Psychology Club at Geneseo

Our committees plan events, get students in touch with volunteer opportunities, update the website, provide tutoring, and run social media.

Academic Affairs Committee

The Academic Affairs committee meets every week via zoom at 7:30 on Tuesday and is geared toward helping academic clubs put on events. Each academic department has a rep that they send to the meeting to give updates and vote on club proposals. Members are selected by the E-board via, an application interested students admit. We also hold a couple of events that are at the discretion of the e-board, and are generally open to the public.

Geneseo Campus Activities Board

The purpose of the Geneseo Campus Activities Board (GCAB) of the Undergraduate Student Association at the State University of New York at Geneseo (hereinafter referred to as Student Association or SA) is to provide quality programming for students, faculty, staff, and guests of SUNY Geneseo, as well as the surrounding community.GCAB will function as a teaching presence on campus, to educate the General Membership in the process of programming successful events including, but not limited to: publicity, budget management, contract logistics, and effective delegation of duties. GCAB, as a standing committee of the Undergraduate Student Association, will seek to most effectively use the budget allocated to it by SA.

Student Association

The Student Association (SA) is the Undergraduate Student Government serviced to enhance the undergraduate student experience. SA supports numerous student clubs/organizations and is responsible for the allocation of funds, resources, and personnel to various student-focused services and programs. SA is comprised of standing and special committees that serve as advocacy and programming bodies. Further, SA amplifies and represents the student voice through recommendations to Geneseo administration.

The Kappa Zeta Chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon Chemistry Honor Society

Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a national chemistry honor society founded in 1919 at Davidson College. The original fraternity was created to promote academic excellence and undergraduate research scholarship in chemistry. In 1931 the fraternity went co-ed and became an honor society. Today there are over seventy active Gamma Sigma Epsilon chapters throughout the United States. The Society is governed by a National Executive Council of elected officers and meets in biennial conventions for the purpose of governance, fellowship, and scientific exchange.

  • Meet Times:
    Once a month on Wednesdays at 6:00 PM in ISC 325

National Order of Omega

Chartered in 1993, the Nu Alpha Chapter of the National Order of Omega stands for Greek Excellence, both in academics and co-curricular activity. The Order of Omega is a nationally recognized Greek Honor Society. If accepted, applicants will be placed on a national roster, and become eligible for over 100 scholarships and graduate fellowships yearly. Following Chapter guidelines we are able to induct just 3% of the entire Greek population each year, making membership an extreme privilege and honor. National Order of Omega strives to represent Character, Scholarship, Intelligence, Service and Leadership.

Kappa Delta Pi

The society inducts members who have demonstrated excellence in their coursework in the field of education. It shares values with chapters nation wide.

Golden Key International Honour Society

The Golden Key National Honour Society was founded in 1977 at Georgia State University, and the SUNY Geneseo chapter was chartered in 1994. The purpose of the society is to provide a forum for recognizing all exceptional students, regardless of their major or their level of involvement in campus activities. The SUNY Geneseo chapter extends invitations for membership each January to the top 15% of juniors and seniors (students with more than 60 credits). There are many benefits to membership in Golden Key. Newly inducted members pay a one-time membership fee, and are then entitled to participate in all Golden Key activities. In addition to being a resume builder, Golden Key membership offers chances at valuable leadership opportunities; chances to publish creative work in the society magazine, Concepts; and access to a wide network of advisors, alumni, and honorary members. Golden Key members receive access to Golden Key's Online Career Library, discounts to Kaplan Test Courses, and access to numerous national scholarship opportunities in all areas of academic and creative work. SUNY Geneseo's Golden Key chapter annually presents two scholarships: one to an outstanding new inductee, and one to an outstanding active member. Finally, the national organization also awards research grants and study abroad scholarships to qualified members. Our chapter focuses on providing academic service in the community of Geneseo and in the greater Livingston county. We do this by running registration workshops for freshman in the fall, reading to or with nearby elementary students, and supporting higher education in local high schools. We also participate in non-academically focused service activities, like Make-A-Difference Day, the Day of Caring, fundraising for the Livingston County Cares project, and Adopt-A-Family. We are a non-SA funded organization with a great deal of flexibility and resources. Our activities depend on the perceived needs of the community. If you have any suggestions for activities, feel free to contact us! If you are a recent invitee, please feel free to email chapter officers any questions you may have about Golden Key membership. If you are a student with less than 60 credits, please make Golden Key membership a goal to strive for in the future!

Phi Delta Epsilon

We're the NY Xi Premedical Chapter of Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity, a group of passionate members dedicated to improving our community and preparing ourselves to become future leaders.

Psi Chi: The National Honor Society in Psychology

Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate men and women who are making the study of psychology one of their major interests, and who meet the qualifications.

Blue Knights Chapter of the National Residence Hall Honorary

The purpose of this organization shall be to provide recognition to students for their contributions of time and effort to the advancement of residence halls, to foster the Values of NRHH (service and recognition) and to improve the quality of life on the Geneseo campus through NRHH sponsored activities.

Chromatic Photography Club

Chromatic is a creative community that welcomes all types of creative collaboration including photography, poetry, videography, painting, and choreography. The goal of Chromatic is to execute projects that are directed for and by students. Chromatic's values align with that of the college; it exists to enhance the student experience of Geneseo students.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Fridays at 7:00 PM in Brodie 220

MiNT Magazine

Each semester, MiNT will accept submissions from the student body for writing and art, which we will review as a club. Then, with the accepted submissions, we will create a literary magazine that will be distributed to the student body. We also publish everything on our website and hold a launch party where people can read their writing and talk about their art.

The Lamron

ARTICLE I: NAME The name of the organization shall be The Lamron. ARTICLE II: PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES Section 1- To act as the official publication of the students at the State University College at Geneseo by publishing a weekly newspaper through the school year, except during examination and vacation periods. Section 2 - To provide an opportunity for the development of journalistic abilities and responsible student leadership.

Her Campus

The purpose of the club is to provide a platform for the young women (though not exclusive to women) of our campus to share their voices with a wider audience. Her Campus writers will have the opportunity to enrich their college experience by interacting with other successful college-age women whilst publishing their writing on a national website. We allow anyone to publish articles on topics that matter to them. We host weekly meetings. We will start hosting bonding events so that our members can get to know each other more. We want Her Campus at Geneseo to be a close-knit community where friendships are formed and a safe space for all voices to be heard.

Iris Magazine

Iris Magazine seeks queer creativity; we publish approximately three issues per semester, featuring everything from playlists to poetry. We also hold monthly interest meetings and creative events, such as collage and open-mic nights.

Recess Magazine

A platform used to unite the BIPOC students and offer a safe space for self expression. Through voluntary submission content and projects created by the general team members, the magazine will provide a diverse source of entertainment and resources. With opportunities such as artistic recognition, project showcase, staff highlights, literary pieces, and much, much more. The goal of our magazine is hold a "playgound" of content for students to embrace the freedom that comes with our platform.

Hips 'n Harmony

The purpose of this organization is to provide all women identifying students of SUNY Geneseo with an outlet to express themselves through a student run vocal ensemble. We perform with the other 4 a cappella groups at least 2 times per semester in big concerts. We perform at gigs for other schools and at Geneseo. We are a student-run organization.

Exit 8 Acapella

Exit 8 is Geneseo’s first all gender acapella group, performing at Geneseo’s all-acapella concert, invitationals, festivals, the ICCA’s (International Championship of Collegiate Acapella), and more, Exit 8 is focused on bringing people together over their love of music! We rehearse twice a week in preparation for our concerts on Geneseo’s campus as well as the gigs we are invited to throughout the year. Exit 8 performs a wide variety of musical genres and strives to create a welcoming environment for all students!

Emmelodics

Emmelodics is an inclusive A Capella group that hosts a wide range of musical performances and gigs around campus and the greater campus community. Collaborations with other performing groups and various student organizations is common.

Musical Theatre Club

Musical Theatre Club, or “MTC,” is a student-run organization within SUNY Geneseo whose purpose is to develop and expand the knowledge of musical theatre skills in production, including performance, direction, staging, choreography, musicality, and the technical theatre aspects of costume, set, and lighting design to aid in the general cultural development and enrichment of the campus community. In order to achieve this, MTC offers a musical revue each semester, consisting of a variety of musical theatre pieces and skits that feature the different strengths of our members to produce a well-rounded theatre experience. Auditions for MTC’s performing ensemble are held at the beginning of each semester, with a typical turnout ranging anywhere from 20 to 40 hopefully. Typically, the ensemble itself will range anywhere from 40 to 50 members at any given semester. In addition to the performing ensemble, members of the club help with costume design, light and soundboard operation, spotlight operation, stage management, musical accompaniment, and other aspects of production.

Orchesis Dance Club

Orchesis is the student-run dance organization at Geneseo. Our club is for anyone and everyone! Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced dancer, we have something for everyone! We have one show every semester with about 17-20 dances, each of which is student choreographed. We are the largest student-run organization on campus with over 60 members.

Knightline Dance Team

Knightline is the official dance team at SUNY Geneseo. We perform fast paced jazz routines that incorporate a kickline at Men's and Women's home basketball, hockey, and soccer games. We also perform at various events on campus such as Relay for Life. We are well networked with other campus organizations and are a close knit group that have formed an unbreakable bond. Routines are choreographed by the team captains and the team is advised by Jody DeLoria, an adjunct professor in the dance department. We hold auditions every fall semester.

Southside Boys

The purpose of this organization is to provide the students of SUNY Geneseo with the opportunity to use and showcase their vocal talents through a student run a cappella music ensemble, as well as provide to those sharing our interest and passion for vocal skills and performance a safe, inclusive space to come to twice a week. Geneseo’s mission statement reads, "To support the College's educational purpose and goals by publishing, enforcing, drafting, and interpreting community standards. To facilitate student learning opportunities for ethical growth and development through the conduct process. To promote academic integrity and responsible conduct through education and accountability. To work to maintain a safe and orderly campus environment consistent with academic excellence, conducive to learning, and foster respect for others and for the College's mission of teaching, research and service." Southside Boys will fulfill this mission by facilitating a unique opportunity to supplement Geneseo’s rigorous curriculum with rich co-curricular life, enhancing the college community.

Gospel Choir

We are the only gospel musical group on campus! Our goal is to elevate and empower college students through ministry of gospel music on and off campus. As a Christian based group, we accept individuals from all backgrounds regardless of religious beliefs, musical experience, or lack thereof! We perform at Ghana gala, Kwanzaa, other cultural events and off campus invitationals.

Korye Geneseo

Educating the Geneseo community through drumming workshops and performances at events held by different groups in the Livingston county area.

Original Xpressions

The OGX Dance Team’s purpose is to extend our love for dance to the Geneseo campus and community. Our intentions are to welcome students who don’t exactly fit in with modern and contemporary movements. We feel that the OGX Dance Team will offer another style of dance that will allow students not only from the urban areas of New York but including students of every culture to appreciate dance. The OGX Dance Team would like to perform at events hosted by Geneseo clubs such as talent shows, cultural dinners, Relay For Life, Geneseo Great Day. We host our own events and workshops throughout the school year. We partake in WOW and GLK programming. We also host a Spring Dance Showcase in which we portray our talents and host other Culture clubs or outside teams. We like to host activities in which we promote being active and traveling to nearby to spread our love for urban and cultural dancing. The purpose of the organization is consistent with the mission of the College.

Gajjda Bhangra

We are a co-ed dance team who dances competitively all around Geneseo campus, as well as other off campus events. This style of dance originated in the Punjab region of India, and has been danced competitively. It is a high energy and joyful form of dance.

Ghostlight Productions

We, the members of Ghostlight Productions (formerly known as Cothurnus), desire an exploration of theatre through a diversified selection of productions of the highest caliber, and to instill a desire for artistic achievement and appreciation in all students.

Currently Known As

Improv is a safe space to learn, observe, and practice various improv games and methods while creating a fun environment. Occasionally we will attempt to put on shows if schedules permit.

Pep Band

The Pep Band practices and performs music at mostly sporting and hockey events, but also at other events, to add to the atmosphere and promote school and team spirit. We also look to create a welcoming and positive atmosphere open to all individuals, musically or otherwise.

Flute Choir

Flute choir is an organization created to extend playing opportunities to student musicians who may or may not have the opportunity to be involved with other musical organizations on campus. This club rehearses weekly, with members learning music that is provided with the club. A few times a semester, members of this group perform at on-campus events. This club is open to all flute players, regardless of skill level.

Slainte Irish Dance

Slainte is an all-inclusive group of students who are interested in Irish Dance. As well as those who are looking to continue their dance training at school, while away from their home studios. Slainte accepts all dance experience levels. From no experience to continuing their education and learning in dance. With all our e-board members for the Fall of 2022 having Irish dance backgrounds and previous members of the club, we will be able to help assist any new and returning students in the club. As well as teach the new students to Irish Dance the basics and foundation.

Between the Lines

Between the Lines is a completely student run organization dedicated to the creation and performance of a cappella music. Between the Lines holds inclusivity, uniqueness, and engagement as its core values. All members of Between the Lines support one another and actively work to live in harmony musically and as members of our society. We are passionate in our efforts to bring joy and dedication to the creative process.

Gsteppas

The mission of G-Steppas is to form an inclusive space that enforces the importance of step culture while promoting a safe and fun environment for self-expression. Gsteppas works to build teamwork and discipline between members and to cultivate a family-oriented community. We aim to educate our team and the Geneseo community on the history and power of step-through performances.

Sapphire Winterguard at Geneseo

The purpose of this organization is to provide an environment where students can learn flag spinning, rifle spinning, and basic dance techniques, no matter their level of experience. The ultimate goal of the organization is to represent Geneseo in competition in the North East Color Guard Circuit. The organization will also be available for special performance at sporting events and other campus activities to show school spirit and support.

Great Outdoors Club

Great Outdoors Club at Geneseo strives to provide an easy way for students to experience the great outdoors and network with other outdoor enthusiasts. The club aims to inform its members of the outdoor opportunities in Livingston County and the surrounding areas. Members will learn safe ways to experience the wilderness. Members will be challenged both physically and mentally, while developing new skills useful for both daily life and outdoor adventures. GOC will promote awareness and appreciation for the outdoors, and be an advocate for the significance and protection of the wilderness.

Stitches Knitting and Crocheting

Stitches is a club for people of all skill types. We teach everyone and welcome everyone. We have fun and talk about anything we can think of. We normally do an annual fundraiser for a local cat shelter. We also participate in relay for life and makers fest and do other volunteer work that we can. We hope to help people destress while knitting or crocheting and we hop to help people learn a new skil.

Photography Club

The Photography Club meets once a week in different locations, utilizing different props and technology to create cool photo experiences, while giving tips and tricks to members based on the device they are shooting on.

The Spine Breakers: A Book Club

A casual book club where students can come read books outside of an academic setting. We want to bring students together to give them a relaxing space to discuss books they enjoy. We will meet every other week and read 2-3 books a semester. We hope to hold more events this semester such as a book swap or a tote bag making event.

Morgan's Message Chapter at SUNY Geneseo

Stigma is one of the main reasons why athletes with mental health issues don’t seek the help they need. Gender stereotyping, busy schedules, and a poor understanding of mental health also play a critical part. Many problems of mental health in student-athletes have been brought to light recently, but haven’t been dealt with to help their athletes in the quickest/safest manner possible. It is our role as athletes, coaches, and sports governing bodies to help de-stigmatize mental health problems and promote a culture of well-being. The goal of club’s meetings is aimed to amplify stories, resources, and expertise to confront student-athlete mental health, build a community by and for athletes, and provide a platform for advocacy. Students will be able to gain a better understanding of mental health and how to pass that knowledge to others. These goals will be accomplished through information sessions to improve these skills and fundraisers to donate as we take further action in this cause. These events and fundraisers will be another fun way to bond with others in between difficult and serious discussions, while still having a positive impact.

  • Meet Times:
    Every other week on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM in Schrader 1

Art History Club

The purpose of the art history club is to cultivate a welcoming community for those who are interested in learning about the topic of art history. Weekly meetings, held at 7pm on Monday evenings, will consist of various activities from trivia, to craft nights, to sharing information about the topic of art history through varying formats. There is also a plan to schedule a trip to a local art museum in the Rochester area.

Celtic League at SUNY Geneseo

To learn about, engage with, and promote Celtic history, language and culture – focusing on the six Celtic nations of Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall and Brittany – while being strictly nonsectarian, anti-ethnonationalism and open to people of all backgrounds.

SUNY Geneseo Film Club

SUNY Geneseo's Film Club is an organization in which Geneseo students interested in filmmaking as an art form, film history, impact of film, classic and upcoming film, as well as film as it applies to current events. It will be a safe space for students to enjoy their interest with as little or as much film knowledge as they may have, and to do so without fear of judgment from peers. Our main goal as a student organization is to create a fun and creative environment for students to expand their knowledge of film and make new friends with the same interests. There should be something for all students in Film Club.

Art Club

Each week, the Art Club offers a creative outlet for students to express themselves. All levels of artistic ability are welcome! We seek to provide a program where students are able to utilize their talents while listening to music and communicating with their fellow peers. Meetings take place every Thursday at 7:00pm in Room 217 at Brodie Hall. Every other week there will be scheduled meetings that are selectively created. Along with open media nights that intersect these scheduled ones. All materials supplied!

Young Children's Council

The Young Children's Council aims to connect students with the community and educate its members on the field of education through guest speakers, community outreach programs and peer communications. Bi-weekly meetings provides members with opportunities to connect with local students through our pen pal program and story time events. Additionally, members are invited to attend guest speaker events that include School of Education faculty and other organizations brought in to expose members additional areas of education.

Reenactment Company

Utilizing local history in order to get the public involved and ensure that this history does not fade from memory

TEDxSUNYGeneseo

The purpose of the club shall be to facilitate the organization of various TEDx events, including, but not limited to, TEDx University events and TEDx Salon events. These events will serve the purpose of fostering the sharing and developing of ideas between campus members as well as the greater global population.

Beekeeping Club

The purpose of beekeeping club is to keep pollinators relevant, specifically bees, and create a space for members to discuss just how important and fascinating bees are. We tend to the hives on our hive visits where members can learn the ins and outs of keeping bees. We also talk all things bee related in our weekly informative meetings that discuss topics from bee anatomy all the way to types of honey.

Astronomy Club

The purpose of Astronomy Club is to enhance the interest in and knowledge of astronomy among Geneseo students through weekly meetings and events. Events that include the use of telescopes and the planetarium, along with trips to larger planetariums and other learning centers, will give members the opportunity to engage in active learning. Astronomy Club seeks to provide members with the opportunity to learn alongside a community of their peers who share their love and enthusiasm for astronomy.

Nature Walk Club

The Nature Walk Club aims to encourage both the students of SUNY Geneseo and the Geneseo community to understand, enjoy, and preserve the natural world through education, hiking and volunteering.

Gestures: Organization for Deaf Awareness

Gestures: Organization for Deaf Awareness is a club devoted to educating students, faculty, and members of the community about Deaf culture and American Sign Language. A portion of each meeting will be devoted to teaching American Sign Language at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, or the levels required to meet the knowledge and demands of the club's members. The club will strive to bring members into contact with members of the Deaf community, either by hosting guest speakers during club meetings or making members aware of events in the Deaf community they may attend or otherwise participate in. Once a semester the club will organize an ASL Knight, an event which will be open to the general student body, faculty, and other members of the community who express interest in attending.

The Physics & Astronomy Club

The purpose of this club is to bring members of the Geneseo community (inside and outside of the physics department) together and to enrich the recognition of physics & astronomy in everyday life. Events such as bi-annual picnics, game nights, and stargazing events will be planned. As well as the distribution of Physics & Astronomy club apparel. Meetings will include general physics and astronomy current events, occasional special guests, and will partner with stem clubs in collaborations.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

The purpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world. InterVarsity has weekly Small Groups which are led by our student small group leaders. Every Friday night InterVarsity meets for Large Group led by our Large Group Coordinator. This is a time when the whole fellowship gets to come together and spend time in worship and community with one another. InterVarsity has also collaborated with GLK in the past and hopes to continue to collaborate with them for events.

Geneseo Yoga Club

Yoga club hopes to bring together students who are interested in improving and discussing physical and mental health. Our club is a great space for members to destress and join a community of support and learning. Our yoga instructor Lars guides our meetings alongside e-board members to teach a variety of asanas with shavasana in between.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Thursdays at 7:00 PM in Schrader Room 1

Hillel

Hillel at Geneseo is a place where Jewish students can find their home away from home. Hillel is committed to providing a pluralistic, egalitarian, and inclusive community for Jewish college students, where they are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually, and socially. We have weekly Shabbat services and dinner in addition to other religious, social, and educational events.

Brothers And Sister In Christ

Geneseo Brothers and Sisters in Christ (BASIC) is a student-run campus ministry with the goal of creating a community of believers who look at God in the center, look at each other for help, and seek out ways to help one another. BASIC regularly meets together to uplift, support, and correct one another through worshiping in song and prayer, as well as teaching, sharing The Word of God, and fellowship. Geneseo BASIC strives to cultivate a spirit-led meeting atmosphere that is meant to both refresh attendees, and spurn them on to love and do good deeds on the Geneseo campus and in other aspects of their lives.

Theology Club

Theology Club will serve as a confidential, supportive niche for students who have either left religion or are having doubts about their current religion. With no intent of religious intolerance/discrimination, this organization is targeted towards free-minded individuals who are interested in engaging in respectful, genuine dialogues in a receptive and safe environment. With Theology Club, students will be allowed to openly discuss traditionally subverted topics regarding particular religions or to simply alleviate one’s internal chaos through the exchange of anecdotes regarding their upbringing, religion, or emotions. Overall, Theology Club will serve as a haven for students with no basis of discrimination which will respectfully foster and stimulate logical argumentation, advance mutual understanding, cosmopolitanism, and pluralism amongst the Geneseo community.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM in Welles 111

Wesley Foundation at Geneseo

Three simple rules: Do no harm. Do good. Stay in love with God. Saying them is easy, living them out is hard; let's explore together. We are an open group based out of the United Methodist Church, and explore faith through insightful discussion, good times and of course food. All are welcome and we meet in the College Union on Thursdays at 7 pm.

Rotaract Club of SUNY Geneseo

Rotaract is an international service organization for young professionals, ages 18 to 30. Founded by Rotary International, Rotaract follows the same ideals such as high ethical standards, fairness, goodwill, and has a strong commitment to service and the community. Rotaract strives to build a better world through service. The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young adults to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service. The goals of Rotaract are: 1. To develop professional and leadership skills; 2. To emphasize respect for the rights of others, based on recognition of the worth of each individual, and to promote ethical standards and the dignity of all useful occupations; 3. To recognize, practice, and promote ethical standards as leadership qualities and vocational responsibilities. 4. To develop knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems and opportunities on the community and worldwide. 5. To provide opportunities for personal and group activities to serve the community and promote international understanding and good will toward all people. 6. To uphold the conduct of its affairs all regulations of the College and the State University of New York.

American Red Cross Club

Put on blood drives, volunteering opportunities, and disaster relief fundraisers.

Best Buddies at Geneseo

Best Buddies International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Specifically at our Geneseo chapter, members work together with the executive board to plan and attend recreational and life-skill activities to give the LIVES students a more immersive college experience.

Common Hope at Geneseo

The purpose of Common Hope is to aid the parent organization in its goals of promoting health, wellness, and educational opportunities in Guatemala by means of volunteerism, donations, and fundraising.

Memories Campaign at Geneseo

Memories Campaign is oral history program—in collaboration with the Geneseo English Department and the Livingston County Office of the Aging—devoted to recording the folk traditions and history of the SUNY Geneseo community. Student volunteers will be trained in recording and transcribing dialects and dialogue, managing self-limiting stories and emphasizing self-empowering stories, and publishing recorded oral histories of Senior citizens in the Geneseo community. The club will contribute magazines to the college highlighting their work with each Senior citizen.

Habitat for Humanity

Volunteer opportunity for student to help families in need. Families in need of a decent place to live build safe and affordable homes in partnership with Habitat for Humanity.

Community Health Alliance

The Community Health Alliance is an organization of students at SUNY Geneseo who strive to aid local, regional and global communities in their health needs. As students, we will address these needs with two main goals: creating healthier communities and gaining knowledge through experience in the healthcare field. By partnering with communities (working with them, not for them) we aim to work compassionately and effectively for those we serve by exchanging appropriate knowledge and resources.