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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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Accounting Society

Accounting Society has helped host the NYC trip for the past 12 years. We also help organize the meet the accountants night and the accounting banquet. This year we are having regular meetings on Tuesday nights to help accounting (and other school of business students) to connect with upperclassman to help navigate through recruiting season and various other skills. The main events we host are primarily focused on networking with persons already in the workforce to help give students an idea of which business sphere to pursue and gain contacts that might aid in a future job search.

Actuarial Science Club

The club has also directed trips to help students better understand the actuarial profession. In the past, these trips included a visit to Excellus BlueCross BlueShield in Rochester and to the ASNY Career Fair in New York City. This year we are organizing a recruiting event for Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield in order for students to network and get a jump on the internship search.

Anthropological Association at Geneseo

The Anthropological Association at Geneseo was founded for the purpose of extending an opportunity to the students of this institution to learn about and experience the field of Anthropology. This organization seeks to accomplish its purpose by holding student-faculty social activities, sponsoring multicultural events, and organizing educational off-campus trips, amongst other activities.

Art History Association

AHA functions as a committee of Geneseo students coming together to promote art history and museum studies on campus. We put on exhibitions and hold meetings to help engage students in the major or not into celebrating the arts on our campus!

  • Meet Times:
    Every other week on Mondays at 7:00 PM in Brodie 242A

Association for Women in Mathematics Geneseo Chapter

AWM aims to provide an opportunity for students to engage in discussion and participate in events with other students and faculty. These events include, but are not limited to, discussion meetings, AWM video conference calls (set up and organized by the national AWM), and possible professor presentations. As a club on campus, we hope to develop an appreciation of women and under-represented groups in mathematics and academics.

Biochemistry Club

To promote unity amongst biochemistry students and to further enrich our passion for biochemistry and science as a whole. The club will plan events and trips for members to attend, discuss lectures that may be attended, and will hold fundraisers and recruitment drives to promote these events. Biochemistry Club will reach out to the community to further awareness and interest in the field of biochemistry.

Biology Club

Our mission as a club shall be 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.

Chemistry Club

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.

Colleges Against Cancer

Colleges Against Cancer promotes cancer awareness and fundraises money for the American Cancer Society. The money raised go towards cancer research, maintaining a 24/7 hotline, wigs, free stays at Hope Lodges, transportation to treatment, and so much more.

Creative Writing Club at Geneseo

A club dedicated to having fun through creative writing. Each week, a club member submits a piece of any genre and style through the club email list. At the next meeting, members discuss their thoughts and give criticism. Writing games of various sorts typically follow, including a circle story passed around throughout the meeting.

Elementary and Secondary Education Association

ESEA is an academic club that is part of SUNY Geneseo’s Ella Shine Clear School of Education. ESEA provides opportunities for students to explore careers in the teaching profession, to become involved in volunteering and tutoring opportunities in the community, to communicate between faculty and students, and to increase awareness of educational issues as well as work to improve the quality of teacher education programs at Geneseo.

English Club at Geneseo

The purpose of English Club is to give students the opportunity to meet others in their field of study with common interests, and to form a supportive community centered around those interests. The Club will also be a vehicle for students to voice their opinions, complaints, and suggestions to the English Department concerning Department policies, objectives, and curriculum. The Club will also offer academic activities to enhance the students’ studies and provide an outlet for their creative abilities.

English Immersion Group

We have weekly meetings and other additional meetings that promote connection within the group as well as outside of the group.

Geneseo Reads (Littlerature: Children’s Literature Book Club)

Geneseo Reads 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.

Geography Club

The purposes are as follows: \nTo further professional interest in geography by affording a common organization for those interested in this field. \nTo strengthen student and professional training through academic experiences, outside of the classroom and laboratory. \nTo advance the status of geography as a cultural and practical discipline for study and investigation. \nTo provide a forum for students to showcase their experiences in the field of geography. \nTo help unify the geography department’s students and faculty. \nAs a chapter of YouthMappers, the purpose of the GIS Association of Geneseo is to spread awareness, support, education, volunteerism, and career advancement opportunities in geographic information systems, across disciplines and departments, in the context of SUNY Geneseo, the local community, and the global community. It is also the Geneseo chapter of YouthMappers.org, an international humanitarian organization whose mission is “to cultivate a generation of young leaders to create resilient communities, and to define their world by mapping it.”

Geology Club

We are going to be a group that allows geology majors and non-majors an opportunity to mingle with others who are interested in the environment and want to learn more about it. Some of our activities will include having discussions inspired by different geologic features, going on field trips, hosting picnics with the department, playing a role in advising future scheduling for underclassmen, creating rockin' art and more.

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.

History Club at Geneseo

We meet weekly and regularly discuss "This Day in History," as well as historical connections to current events. Additionally, we have recently incorporated more game & trivia nights, all historically themed (i.e. Jeopardy, Family Feud-style history games). This coming year, we plan on diversifying our events even more, taking trips, collaborating with professors, etc.

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.

La Casa Hispánica

Our purpose is to educate Geneseo students on the not-so-mainstream cultures that speak the Spanish language. Mexico and Spain are wonderful places, but there is also much to know about many other Spanish-speaking regions with interesting traditions, lifestyles, and arts.

Le Cercle Francais

The purpose of Le Circle Francais is to better people's understanding of how our world is connected in more ways than we know. By giving people the tools to communicate with people from different countries, we can become a more successful world.

Marketing Club at Geneseo

The Marketing Club at Geneseo is committed to empowering students to build successful careers in marketing by providing them with projects, agency visits, networking opportunities, and presentations from marketing professionals. In the Fall of 2019, we hope to become an official American Marketing Association (AMA) Chapter. As an AMA chapter, we can participate in more events including conferences and case competitions.

Minority Association for Pre-Health Students

MAPS of SUNY Geneseo will be inclusive of students interested in developing into compassionate and competent health cared professionals that are dedicated to serving minority and indigent communities. Community service is the “heart and soul” of the Student National Medical Association. Through Health Fairs, the HIP Corps (HIV Intervention Prevention Corps), Tissue and Organ Donation Education and Recruitment (TODER), Sexual Health Awareness programs and providing information about mental health, nutrition, neonatal care, STDs, the dangers of tobacco, SNNA and MAPS chapters members become better acquainted with surrounding communities and educate the community to reduce the alarming occurrence of diseases which impact on the quality of health and life.

Mock Trial Club

The purpose of the Mock Trial team will not only be to provide practice for those students interested in pursuing careers in the legal field, but also to improve the public speaking and analytical skills of any Geneseo student interested therein, in a social environment. We compete in local and regional competitions run by the American Mock Trial Association.

Model United Nations at Geneseo

Our organization attends five conferences a year and has won awards while representing SUNY Geneseo in these competitions. We are proud to be ranked in the top seventy-five teams in the country for Model United Nations. While on campus Model United Nations strives to improve the lives and confidence of students by teaching important life-long skills. The purpose of the Geneseo Model United Nations Club is to promote the interest of students in international affairs and facilitate participation in simulations of international organizations, including but not limited to the United Nations. The club is open to any fee-paying student enrolled at Geneseo.

Optometry Club

Optometry Club’s members learn to reduce barriers to care by serving as advocates for community members. Students will educate community members about the importance of receiving regular eye exams to improve overall eye health. 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. Optometry Club will also fundraise for various eye care organizations and hold a used eyeglass drive.

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

Political Affairs Club

PAC is the political science department's resident academic club. We hold and conduct peer advisement, run events such as trivia tournaments and DC networking trips, and meet weekly to discuss current US, international, and political news. We hope to help political science students and the Geneseo student body as a whole remain aware and informed of the goings-on in the world around them.

Pre-Dental Club

We go over when to apply to dental school and the necessary components of a dental application. We bring in a Kaplan representative to discuss study options for the DAT and also we discuss which methods previous members have used and found success in when studying for the DAT. We have dentists come in and talk about their day-to-day tasks as a dentist. We go over the dental schools in NYS etc.

Pre-Veterinary Club

The Vet club allows students an outlet to learn and expand outside of the classroom. With limited available resources on campus, the club allows students ways to gain experience and knowledge by connecting students with experts in Geneseo and the surrounding community. These include connections to nearby farms where students may gain professional relationships and experiences in the veterinary field, connections to small animal practices in Monroe and Livingston County, and other methods of connecting to animals in the real world. The club contributes in giving back to the community through multiple volunteer activities such as club run fundraisers and assisting with organizational benefits such as Barktoberfest at Lollypop farm.

Programming and Data Science Club

This organization wishes to foster an interest in programming and data science in students who do not currently have skills in these fields. The organization will do this by hosting events that are open to the community, in which club members and any interested Geneseo faculty or staff will give short presentations on interesting aspects of and problems in programming and data science.

Psychology Club

The purpose of this organization is to perform three functions. Our first function is to provide information to undergraduates about important research or internship opportunities within the department and to explain the road-map to achieving the major. The volunteering function is to help students become more involved in the community and promote psychology-related programs on campus. Our last function is to provide academic activities such as colloquiums and speakers for the students that they would not ordinarily receive in the classroom.

Pursuing Rewards in the Study of Mathematics

To provide a society for the recognition of interest and achievement in the study of mathematics undergraduate level. \nTo provide an opportunity for students to engage in discussion and participant in events with other students and faculty. \nTo develop an appreciation of and interest in mathematics and academics.

Society for Human Resource Management

SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, creates better workplaces where employers and employees thrive together. As the voice of all things work, workers and the workplace, SHRM is the foremost expert, convener and thought leader on issues impacting today’s evolving workplaces.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Wednesdays at 2:30 PM in Wells 140

SUNY Geneseo Physics Club

The purpose of this club is to bring members of the Geneseo physics community together and to enrich the recognition of physics in everyday life. Events such as bi-annual picnics, and Collisions Night will be planned. As well as the distribution of Physics club apparel. Meetings will include general physics current events, occasional special guests, and will partner with stem clubs in collaborations.

The Speaking Project

A safe and relaxing environment where students can come to practice speaking in front of others. Every meeting someone will do a speech and we will have an evaluator to help point out pros and cons of the speech. In addition, we will do impromptus every meeting, however, no one is forced to participate it is all on a volunteer bases.

Amnesty International at SUNY Geneseo

Our vision is of a world in which every person – regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity – enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and other internationally recognized human rights standards. The UDHR states that the "the recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights" of all people is "the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world."

Animal Lovers of Geneseo

The main goal of this organization is to promote safe, ethical practices and treatment towards animals in captivity through education and awareness. Future events include fundraising for local animal shelters and educational programs in junction with GLK.

College Democrats at Geneseo

The purpose of this organization is to discuss Democratic politics and current events, while helping to spread the values of the Democratic Party across the Geneseo campus and outside community. We believe in exposing students to local, state-wide, national, and international politics and encouraging calm, rational discussions. Our organization welcomes students from across the political spectrum, and we are proud to foster communication among students who disagree with one another. We also believe in encouraging broader student participation in politics, working either on our own to help spread the values of the Democratic Party or working with the College Republicans and Political Affairs Club to encourage general political participation.

College Republicans

The Geneseo College Republican’s mission is to provide a community in which conservative ideals can be discussed, debated, and promoted on a local level and beyond. It aims to welcome any and all open to participating in this dialogue, regardless of their background, and it looks to provide for all of its members the opportunity to grow intellectually, to deepen their understandings of the political landscape, and to offer unique and valuable experiences available no where else.

Council for Exceptional Children

The Council for Exceptional Children is a professional association of educators dedicated to advancing the success of children with exceptionalities. We accomplish our mission through advocacy, standards, and professional development. Club opportunities involve volunteering in weekly special olympics practices, having pen pals, listening to guest speakers, and other things as such.

Green Environmental Organization

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, 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.

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. \n\nThe 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. \n\nAll interested people are welcome to attend meetings, regardless of major or enrollment status. Meetings include a political report on recent events given by an IYSSE member, highlighting relevant historical and theoretical issues. These reports and subsequent discussion are integral to our perspective for work on campus. Organizational matters, including planning events, are considered after discussion.

Partners in Health Engage

Partners in Health Engage is the collegiate level of the national organization "Partners in Health". We are very active on campus promoting equal opportunities for the access of healthcare no matter one's race, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. One of our main events during the school year is Songs in Solidarity held in the spring semester where all proceeds are donated towards a cause. Previous years we have raised money for mothers in Lesotho and tuberculosis. Involvement in this organization is great if you are interested in pursuing public health, international relations, social justice, women's health, etc. We have engaging discussions during each meeting and learn about various public health issues that PIH helps tackle.

Peace Action Geneseo

Peace Action advocates for a foreign policy that embodies our best values. By mobilizing diverse constituencies through grassroots action, we work to: \n- Achieve a world free of nuclear weapons in the future while stopping the development, testing, spread and use of those weapons today; \n- Promote resolution of international conflicts through cooperation and diplomacy; \n- Advance national spending priorities that meet the nation’s real security and domestic needs; \n- Protect human rights around the world by controlling the global trade in lethal weapons; \n- Ensure no one is denied the opportunity to participate in making decisions that affect the common good.

People for Animal Welfare

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

Roosevelt Insititute

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

Student Coalition for Migrant Workers

By holding weekly meetings, hosting outreach events, and opening up the dialogue over immigration issues on campus, the goal of this club is to expose students to these issues which will hopefully lead them to become responsible citizens taking on an active role in discussion and community outreach programs. As a club, we have three pillars that will help us execute the mission of the organization: \n\n1) Cultural and community engagement \n2) Social justice and advocacy \n3) Language exchange program \n\nWe believe the best way to serve this community is to have a comprehensive framework in which students are encouraged to utilize their unique skills such as educational and linguistic skills and apply them in these areas best fit for serving the immigrant community.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays at 6:00 PM in Bailey Room 201

Students for Life

Members​ ​of​ ​Students​ ​for​ ​Life​ ​at​ ​Geneseo​ ​work​ ​to​ ​save​ ​lives​ ​threatened​ ​by​ ​induced​ ​abortion, euthanasia​ ​and​ ​the​ ​destruction​ ​of​ ​human​ ​embryos​ ​for​ ​research.​ ​In​ ​furtherance​ ​of​ ​these​ ​goals, members​ ​seek​ ​to​ ​promote​ ​respect​ ​for​ ​life​ ​at​ ​Geneseo​ ​and​ ​on​ ​a​ ​local,​ ​state​ ​and​ ​national​ ​level,​ ​to educate​ ​on​ ​life​ ​issues,​ ​to​ ​help​ ​those​ ​in​ ​need​ ​so​ ​that​ ​life​ ​is​ ​a​ ​promising​ ​choice​ ​and​ ​to​ ​work​ ​with others​ ​who​ ​share​ ​common​ ​goals

Voices for Planned Parenthood

Voices for Planned Parenthood of the State University of New York at Geneseo exists to educate the University community about reproductive health and rights, to translate increased awareness into reproductive justice activism on campus, and to serve as a coalition partner to on campus, local, state, national, and international reproductive rights efforts.

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.

Badminton Club

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

Cheerleading Team at Geneseo

The cheerleading team creates routines which incorporate dances, tumbling, cheering techniques and stunting, which meets the current NCAA Collegiate Cheerleading safety guidelines and will compete the routines at multiple intercollegiate competitions each season. Geneseo cheerleading will also represent and to promote school spirit at various SUNY Geneseo sporting events consisting mainly of, but not limited to, SUNY Geneseo Men’s Basketball games.

Club Baseball

We offer students at Geneseo a chance to continue to play baseball after high school who were not offered a chance to play collegiately. As we do not have a Varsity baseball team, this is our only chance on campus to do so.

Club Golf at Geneseo

Competing in tournaments and playing golf on a weekly basis.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Saturdays at 12:00 PM in Livingston Country club

Club Softball

The purpose of this organization is to create a group that students of all skill levels can join to participate in a competitive softball environment. This will enrich the learning experience by creating a community where students with similar interests can come together and share their passion.

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.

Crew Club at Geneseo

The purpose of the Geneseo Crew Club is to provide undergraduate matriculated SUNY Geneseo students the opportunity to actively compete at the collegiate and club levels in the sport of rowing.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays , Tuesdays , Wednesdays , Thursdays , Fridays , Saturdays at 5:45 AM in Conesus Lake/ Knightspot
  • Organization Tags: rowing , crew , club sport

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.

Geneseo Ski and Snowboard Club

We provide a trip to a mountain larger than those available closer to Geneseo. This provides students with the opportunity to ski at a new place while not requiring any outside commitment like a team would.

Geneseqs Club Hockey

We are a completely student run organization that plays competitive club hockey against other colleges and universities in the surrounding areas. This organization gives people the opportunity to continue playing hockey at a competitive non-varsity level in college.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays , and Wednesdays at 9:15 PM in Ira S Wilson Ice Rink

Karate Club

Karate club teaches a variety of martial arts and self-defense techniques to students of all ages and backgrounds. Workouts normally occur twice a week, and we usually hold self-defense classes several times a semester. Clubs and Greek organizations are welcome and encouraged to contact us and ask to do self-defense workshops with us. All registered students may be members of the club. Karate Club consists of both seasoned practitioners of martial arts, as well as beginners. The overall goal of Karate Club is to instruct students in self-defense, as well as improve the physical and spiritual well-being of its members.

Men's Club Basketball

Men’s Club Basketball is an organization designed to unite students of any skill or experience level under the common interest of basketball. This organization would hold practices to develop the skills of athletes at all levels and would introduce them to a competitive environment and a community of new friends. The hope is that the organization would be able to connect with other schools and compete with them and make connections from many different schools.

Men's Club Lacrosse

Field a team full of experienced players as well as those who always wanted to try out lacrosse to make friends and be in a competitive atmosphere.

Men's Club Soccer

Participate in practices 3 times a week along with competitive games against other teams for those who want to continue their soccer experience at geneseo.

Men's Club Volleyball

The purpose of this club is to learn, teach and play volleyball in an organized matter. In addition, it will also participate in tournaments at other nearby colleges.

Men's Rugby Club

Our Purpose: The Men’s Rugby team is devoted to learning and playing the sport of Rugby. We are all players and coaches and our goal is to perform at the highest level every game. We are also devoted to being an asset to the community of Geneseo both on-campus and off-campus.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays , Tuesdays , Wednesdays , Thursdays , Fridays at 4:00 PM in Onondaga field, Letchworth field, Lower Merrit field
    Weekly on Saturdays at 1:00 PM in Onondaga field, Letchworth field, Lower Merrit field
  • Organization Tags: tournament , rugby , sport

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.

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.

Ski Team at Geneseo

To allow students, faculty and staff the opportunity to participate in a competitive ski environment. Competitive skiing provides a challenging and life long experience. This organization will be a positive representative of the college on local, state and national levels.

Ultimate Frisbee Team

The Men's and Women's Ultimate Frisbee team allows anyone who is interested in ultimate to give it a try. There are no cuts, so everyone is welcome to attend practices. In the fall, we hold practices Monday, Wednesday and Fridays on Letch Field.

Women's Club Lacrosse At Geneseo

This group of motivated women will learn and polish their abilities in the game of Lacrosse, all the while establishing lifelong relationships and staying active. We hope to establish this new team and organization into the Geneseo community in order to reach out to new people and make them feel they belong to SUNY Geneseo. We plan to participate, again, in the intercollegiate league that will have us traveling all over upstate for games.

Women's Club Soccer

The purpose of this organization is to create 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.

Women's Club Volleyball

The purpose of this organization is to create a team of athletes interested in playing volleyball above the intramural level. Our club is split into three groups depending on skill and commitment. Groups have 1-2 practices a week and tournament team travels to about 4 tournaments a semester. We also participate in community service events including events that we host and others such as Relay for Life. In addition to playing volleyball we try to have a few team bonding events each semester for members to get to know each other better and build relationships outside of the sport.

Women's Ice Hockey Club at Geneseo

Geneseo's Woman's Ice Hockey Team consists of previously experienced ice hockey athletes along with new members who are committed to learning the techniques of this sport. The purpose of this team is to encourage all participants to improving their skills of ice hockey and to create a safe but fun environment. The team practices twice a week and competes in 12 to 14 games per season.

Women's Rugby Club at Geneseo

We have a focus on teamwork on the field and off the field. Women’s Rugby Club at Geneseo does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, or sexual orientation.

Wrestling Club

The purpose of this club is to promote folkstyle wrestling, competitive and casual, by holding practices and attending competitions while maintaining a safe and sportsmanlike environment. We try to practice approximately 3 times per week, and will seek out scrimmages and competitions based on the ability and intent of our members

African Student Association

The purpose of this organization is: \n\nTo act as the official representative of the African student body in matters affecting them at SUNY Geneseo. \nTo cooperate with other regional and/or national African student bodies concerned with or engaged in activities promoting the welfare of the African continent. \nTo improve the quality of life of African Students at SUNY Geneseo by arranging social activities, other cultural and sporting events.

Black Student Union

in order to unite through the greater awareness of the cultures of the African Diaspora using cultural educational and social activities. We hold general meetings every Thursday discussing different topics and events that affect the black community. We welcome all students, faculty, and staff as we are an all inclusive group that aims to educate those on certain topics and areas of struggle that the black community tends to face. We hold various events throughout the year including our Annual Haunted House in collaboration with other ACE groups, Kwanzaa Dinner, our Annual Soul Food Dinner, and our Annual Curl Fest.

Caribbean Student Association

CSA hosts weekly meetings to discuss topics relating to the Caribbean. This organization also hosts dance workshops, fundraisers, J'ouvert and our annual dinner.

Chinese Culture Club at Geneseo

The Chinese Culture Club at Geneseo is formed to educate students and the public on aspects of Chinese culture. Our goals are to: create opportunities for students to experience activities related to Chinese traditions and holidays, allow students a space to practice their conversational Chinese outside of the formal classroom setting, and promote cultural activities unique to the Chinese culture.

German Club at Geneseo

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

Himalayan Student Association

The Himalayan Student Association (HSA) hopes to spread awareness and encourage involvement among Nepalese students and other individuals who share an interest in the culture and history. Future events and activities include Lhosar, Holi, and Tihar. Lhosar marks the celebration of a new year for Buddhists. The holiday is celebrated on the first day of the lunisolar Tibetan calendar, which corresponds to a date in February or March. The HSA organization will be coming together to make and prepare khapse (a Tibetan/Sherpa biscuit that is traditionally prepared during Losar). Holi is a Hindu festival, also known as the "festival of colours", celebrated in India and Nepal. Dashain and Tihar are two Hindu festivals celebrated every fall. Kite flying is one of the events planned in celebration of these festivals.To commemorate this occasion there will be a “Decorate your kite with a personalized message”.

  • Meet Times:
    Every other week on Thursdays at 4:00 PM in MacVittie College Union Room 322/323

Japanese Culture Club

Japanese Culture Club provides students with the opportunity to learn about Japanese culture through weekly general meetings and occasional club events such as Japan Knight in the fall semester and volunteering at the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C. in the spring semester.

Korean American Student Association

The purpose of the Korean American Student Association is to unite individuals of all cultural backgrounds to share and experience Korean culture through various educational, social and recreational programs.

Latinx Student Association

LSA strives to educate the Geneseo community on Latinx culture through our Hispanic Heritage Month event that we hold with GLK. We also hold dinners throughout the year to educate people about important events occurring in Latinx countries, educate people on our culture, and allow people to experience our foods. Two of our dinners are La Mezcla in the fall semester and Sabor Latino in the spring semester.

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.

Pride Alliance

The Pride Alliance is a safe and inclusive space for LGBTQ+ students and their allies to find community, discuss the issues they face, and celebrate diversity. Our purpose is to unite SUNY Geneseo's LGBTQ+ community. Each weekly meeting centers around a different topic, giving members the opportunity to expand their knowledge. In addition to our regular weekly meetings, we have several annual events that draw hundreds of students each year. Second Chance Prom is a fall dance that invites everyone to dress how they want, bring who they want, and be who they want. Students who couldn't enjoy their high school proms due to prejudice and discrimination get a second chance here. In the spring, Pride and GLK host Drag Ball, a huge celebration of drag performance as an art form born from the LGBTQ+ community. This event includes both student and professional performers. Our other events include our recurring LGBTQ+? Fine By Me and Trans? Fine By Me panels, where students in attendance can ask panelists of specific identities about their experiences on campus. We also have a yearly cultural dinner, Pride Night, another celebration of LGBTQ+ culture.

Shakti: South Asian Student Association

We want to spread South Asian culture to the students at SUNY Geneseo, and make them more aware of the countries, culture, customs, problems, and people of South Asia. At our weekly General Meetings we talk about festivals, diversity, political events, games, and such that take place in the countries of South Asia. Our members consist not only of students from South Asian countries, but also students who want to know more about the region, and want to be involved in our events. \n\nOur biggest events of the year include the Diwali Dinner that celebrates the Hindu festival of Diwali, ACE's Intercultural Dinner, and our dinner and show, Sangamam. At Sangamam, we celebrate South Asian culture through a traditional dinner and—staying true to Bollywood—a skit that includes many dance performances. Sangamam is a wonderful evening of color, music, dance, and festivities. \n\nShakti is part of the SUNY Geneseo Alliance for Community Enrichment (ACE) and is funded by the Student Association (SA).

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.

Alpha Chi Rho

Alpha Chi Rho strives to be the best student organization here at SUNY Geneseo. Whether that is producing student leaders, hosting community service events, or volunteer work, Crows pushes for the betterment of Geneseo.

Alpha Delta Epsilon

ADE's mission statement is "The objective of this sorority is to promote intellectual, moral, and social improvements, to bind closer in their work, the students of the State University College at Geneseo, New York." ADE was one of the first organizations in the country to become gender inclusive. This means that we accept those who identify as women, transgender men, and non-binary individuals. In addition to who we accept, we also refer to ourselves as siblings rather than sisters. As a gender inclusive organization, we feel that we have become open to accepting all individuals who may want to find their home within greek life. The siblings also participate in traditional greek life, ranging from our philanthropic ventures to siblinghood events.

Alpha Kappa Phi

Alpha Kappa Phi is one of the oldest local sororities on campus. We were originally a literary society. We pride ourselves in putting together fundraisers like the AGO haunted house we do each and every. All of the proceeds go to the Bivona Child Advocacy Center. This group is important to all members of our organization. We are a smaller organization but enjoy this as it allows us to be very close to one another.

Alpha Kappa Psi

Mission Statement: The premier developer of Principled Business Leaders. We host on Professional Development Events, Fundraising Events, and Community Service Events. Our organization seeks to improve our members by increasing their professional skills including, but not limited to, interview, resume & public speaking skills.

Alpha Omega Pi

Our organization was founded in 1985 as a place for female-identifying people to build life-long friendships, create networking opportunities, strive for the betterment our community and establish a home in the small town of Geneseo, NY. \n\nAs members of the Greek community, we are actively involved in charity work which enable leadership opportinities and foster academic success. Upon entering the career-world, our commitment to sisterhood and friendship empowers sisters to graduate Geneseo as determined, capable, intelligent, and well-rounded women ready to conquer the world. \n\nFurthermore, through academic partners & alumni connections sisters are able to deepen their understanding in a diverse field of interests. Our alumni network help carve pathways and provide career opportunities for all members, whether they be active sisters or long-time alumnus themselves. Likewise, our involvements in philanthropy such as fundraising events for Give Kids the the World, the annual Breast Cancer Awareness walk in Rochester, high school scholarships and so forth promote a positive association with our community. These engagements also teach our sisters the importance of giving back and community outreach while also allowing a sense of autonomy when choosing charities. \n\nLastly, AOPi strives to be a diverse community of female-identifying people that are accepting and inclusive of people of all race, gender, sexual orientation, economic background, abilities, etc. \n\nOverall, AOPi is a dedicated group of self-determined women that aspire to cultivate a positive and progressive community within this sorority, this school, and the world.

Alpha Phi Omega

Largest student organization on campus with over 150 active members. We act under the three leading principles of leadership, friendship, and service. In the words of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., "Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve." We rush in the spring and the fall and have open membership; anyone who completes our rush requirements gets a bid and can join our organization. We do thousands of hours both on and off campus every semester.

Alpha Sigma Tau

The mission of the Alpha Sigma Tau National Sorority and its chapters shall be “to invest in women by instilling the skills necessary to navigate life, and inspire members to enrich their own lives and the lives of others.” \n\nThe purpose of the chapter is to promote the ethical, cultural, and social development of its members, specifically: \n\n1. To develop the chatacter of each member through a study of ethics so that she will show in all her relationships, sincerity, honesty, love, and understanding; and \n2. To help each member enjoy the cultural advantages in life so that she will know how to select those things which are most worthwhile; and \n3. To develop in each member the social graces to the extent that she will be able to take her place in life with true dignity and poise.

Arethusa Sorority (Sigma Gamma Phi)

We, as a sisterhood, hold friendship above anything else. Our goal is to honor one another's loyalty, dignity and unity.

Delta Kappa Tau

Our current mission statement is to uphold the ideas of the importance of family and school. Also to help the community.

Delta Phi Epsilon

Delta Phi Epsilon is an international and Panhellenic sorority on campus. Our values include sisterhood, justice and love. Our organization holds many community service and philanthropic events throughout the year. Our National philanthropies are Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, ANAD and DPhie Educational Fund. Our local philanthropy is the American Cancer Society. Our sisters strive to make the most of their time at Geneseo and are also involved with other organizations on campus.

Kappa Sigma

Kappa Sigma is a men’s college fraternity. Its goals are many, but all center on the promotion of friendship, loyalty, and brotherly feeling. The objective of this organization is to excel in all phases of fraternity and student activities at SUNY Geneseo. To fulfill this objective, the development of scholarship, leadership, community service, social graces, and cultural awareness are encouraged and stressed. It is each Member’s duty to work diligently toward these objectives so that few may equal but none excel the ideal virtue of a true Kappa Sigma.

Men of Action and Change

We have 5 principles: Loyalty, Service, Fitness, Scholarship, and Unity. A good group of guys that does community service on the weekends.

Omega Beta Psi

We are a close-knit group that love to have fun, but enjoy excelling academically in the process. We look forward to continuing to better the legacy that Omega Beta Psi has established throughout the years.

Phi Alpha Delta

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. \n\nWe are the preeminent law fraternity promoting the bonds of fraternalism and we are the leader in the development and advancement of professional ideals. \n\nBound together by tradition and our common interest in the law, we share these core values: Integrity, Compassion, Courage, Professionalism, Service, Diversity, and Innovation.

Phi Delta Epsilon

Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity creates physicians of integrity with a lifelong commitment to our guiding principles of philanthropy, deity, and education through fellowship, service, mentoring, and formal training in leadership, science, and ethics.

Phi Kappa Chi

Phi Kap's mission is to make men better. We focus on bringing individuals together and building a support system where men are not afraid to be themselves. We emphasize academics, brotherhood, philanthropy, and athletics

Phi Kappa Pi

"We, members of the Alpha Clionian Fraternity, do solemnly affirm that we will maintain an unfaltering allegiance to this constitution and we will further strive to maintain its moral, social, and fraternal obligations, and constantly endeavor to improve ourselves and our fraternity." We strive to make it easier each year for our members to access the help they need from one another to focus on our academics, and get any help we need with them. Each semester we also do a variety of donations to different fundraiser around campus, or to different people. For example, in the past we have individually donated to a Fraternity Brother's older brother's memorial page, as well as a Go-Fund-Me account set up for my own nephew battling Pediatric Brain Cancer, we well as things like Crows Deep Freeze, or anything else around campus. Along with that, each December we host a Christmas Party for children of Migrant Families at the IFC with our fraternity brothers, Delta Kappa Tau, inviting the children to spend the morning with us for activities, lunch, as well as gifts they may not otherwise receive.

Phi Lambda Chi

Phi Lambda Chi is a tight-knit group of ladies who pride themselves on the individuality of their sisters as well as the close bond of their sisterhood. Their colors are brown and camel and their flower is the beautiful chrysanthemum. They enjoy participating in charity events for many causes including their main philanthropy Lollypop Farm, as well as Relay for Life, Alzheimer’s walk, and a cause near and dear to them, the Alexandra Ciarcia Memorial Scholarship.

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.

Royal Lady Knights

RLK was created originally as an alternative to Greek life but has since joined the Inter Greek Council. We are are dedicated to many causes such as women's rights, queer rights, and anti-hazing.

Sigma Alpha Mu

We strive to uphold the creed of our national organization, "To foster and maintain among its sons a spirit of fraternity, a spirit of mutual moral aid and support; to instill and maintain in the hearts of its sons love for and loyalty to Alma Mater and its ideals; to inculcate among its sons such ideals as will result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of true manhood, democracy, and humanity."

Sigma Delta Tau

It shall be the purpose of this fraternal organization (Sigma Delta Tau) to form a close social and fraternal union of those of similar ideals and to foster, maintain and instill such ideals in the hearts of its members as will result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of true womanhood, democracy and humanity.

Sigma Kappa

The purpose of Sigma Kappa Sorority is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact our communities.

Sigma Nu Chi

Fraternity involved in social and philanthropic events in the Geneseo community.

Sigma Tau Psi

Official motto: True brotherhood is known only by a few. Social and philanthropic brotherhood.

Sisters Making A Change

Sisters Making a Change is a sisterhood that encourages the intellectual, physical, social, and philanthropic development of its members, as well as to be an influential presence in the Geneseo community. We host a number of events throughout the year dedicated to giving back to charities and those in need in our area.

Theta Chi Fraternity Kappa Theta Chapter

Theta Chi recruits young men who are enrolled in a college or grad school, with a mission to grow through fraternal relationships in a social and professional manner. Theta Chi is a proud sponsor of the USO, and each chapter dedicates at least one philanthropy event per year to the USO. Theta Chi also tries to form a network of social and professional connections for its members with alumni and other organizations.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Sundays at 8:00 PM in Newton 204

Zeta Beta Xi

Zeta Beta Xi strives to perpetuate in the outside world, ties of friendship among college men, to inculcate 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.

Zeta Phi Beta

Zeta Phi Beta sorority Incorporated is a community conscious action oriented organization.

Anime Club of Geneseo

Anime Club of Geneseo aims to provide a welcoming environment for students to explore and bond over a shared interest in anime and Japanese culture. Through our events and meetings we hope to draw in like-minded students to create a sense of community and uphold Geneseo's values of openness and inclusivity. Events like our Cosplay Karaoke Night has been known to draw in an upwards of fifty students and draws people from outside the Anime Club as well as our sister clubs (Nerf and GAGG).

Chess Club

Casual chess club devoted to furthering the game's presence on Geneseo's campus. We teach new players, and enjoy casual games with those of all skill levels.

Fencing Club of SUNY Geneseo

Our goal is to teach everyone who joins our club how to fence and have them be able to duel each other without help from the officers. We will begin with the fundamental rules of foil, and tournaments will be held when the members feel confident enough to fence each other.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Tuesdays , and Wednesdays at 5:00 PM in Kuhl Gym

Fishing Club

The mission of Fishing Club is to bring the opportunity of fishing to those that attend SUNY Geneseo. The club will offer opportunities to interested students to get more information on where and how to fish, to earn or build on the hobby of fishing, and provide a welcoming environment to discuss fishing. The club will hold non-mandatory weekly meetings to get together and discuss recent fishing events and plan future events. These meeting will also allow members to meet friends and to catch up on recent fishing. The club will also do one event a semester to help the local watershed. These events could range from fundraising to volunteering. All proceeds will be donated to local conservation groups.

Geneseo Area Gaming Group

Our mission is to satisfy the needs of all gamers on campus by providing a space every week for them to meet up and de-stress while playing games. \n\nWe’re known for the Inter-Geek Council, in which we welcome new students to Geneseo with a night of gaming where they can meet returning students and build new friendships. \n\nWe’re mainly known for Running GAGG, our yearly convention in January in which the surrounding community, alumni, and students unite for a weekend of gaming and geeky events. Here we have a charity auction for Ronald McDonald house where we've raised thousands of dollars over 20 years for!

Geneseo Circus Club

Circus Club is a group of circus enthusiasts, flow artists, and jugglers, working together to learn, teach, and appreciate our circus-adjacent talents. Circus Club is open to all people of all skill levels, and any person with interest is welcome to lead tutorials for a prop. We aspire to give our fellow students opportunities to pick up new hobbies and find inspiration, and to introduce them to the wider, regional and national communities of jugglers and flow artists.

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, clean 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.

Academic Affairs Committee

To encourage, promote, and facilitate the participation of students in the academic governance of the College. \nTo promote recognized student academic organizations by providing a means for securing and allocating funds for those organizations.

Geneseo Campus Activities Board

It is the mission of Geneseo Campus Activities Board to expand artistic expression, build student connections, and provide fulfilling amusement to the Geneseo Campus. Geneseo Campus Activities Board was formed in 1968 in response to demand for more non-Greek activities on campus. As a standing committee of Student Association, GCAB receives an annual budget from the collection of mandatory student activity fees. The GCAB Chair serves on the Student Association Executive Committee as the Director of Student Programming.

Inter-Greek Council

The Inter Greek Council is the umbrella organization that oversees the functioning and regulation of all recognized Greek organizations at SUNY Geneseo. According to our constitution "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.” IGC has weekly meeting to update the Greek community on volunteer events, recruitment, large Geneseo events, ect. We support leadership and help develop it through conventions. Large events include fall and spring recruitment, Anna's Ball, Relay for life, anti-hazing workshops, guest speakers.

Inter-Residence Council

The Inter-Residence Council strives to be the aware and involved voice of Geneseo’s residential community and seeks to develop a broader intellectual, social, and cultural on-campus environment. From this foundation, the Inter-Residence Council trains and develops the next generation of student leaders.

National Panhellenic Council

The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) was established in 1902. It is an international umbrella organization which governs over and sets standards for 26 women's sororities over 620 campuses in the United States and Canada. NPC is the governing council for the three national sororities, and one local associate member sorority at Geneseo. We meet bi-weekly after the IGC meeting and are responsible for hosting Panhellenic recruitment.

Student Association

SA is responsible for the allocation of funds, resources, and personnel to various student-centered services and programs. The application of this mission is always changing to accommodate the most current needs of the student body. Hundreds of organizations, events and services are supported by SA for the benefit of students.

Golden Key International Honour Society

We host monthly service projects where we make crafts and care packages for those in need within our community.

Kappa Delta Pi

The mission of KDP is "Kappa Delta Pi advances quality education by inspiring teachers to prepare all learners for future challenges."

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.

National Residence Hall Honorary

The purpse of the organization is to provide recognition to students for their time and effort in the advancement of the residence halls, to foster the values of NRHH, and to improve the quality of life on the Geneseo campus through NRHH sponsored activities. NRHH also is in charge of Geneseo's Of the Months, a form to recognize the work others do that has the possibility to give national recognition!

Psi Chi: The National Honor Society in Psychology

Psi Chi is a national honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.The mission of Psi Chi is to produce a well-educated, ethical, and socially responsible member committed to contributing to the science and profession of psychology and to society in general.

Chromatic

Chromatic seeks to create an opportunity for creative students to have an artistic outlet within SUNY Geneseo through photography, videography, and graphic design events. The digital and visual arts club encourages collaboration between members to come up with various products based on the theme/topic of the meeting. Skills within the genre are exchanged helping those who wish to gain photography, videography, graphic design, and photo/video editing knowledge.

Her Campus at Geneseo

Her Campus writers will have the opportunity to enrich their college experience by interacting with other successful college-age women while publishing their writing on a national website. The purpose of the club is to provide a platform for young women (though not exclusive to women) of our campus to share their voices with a wider audience.

MiNT Magazine

MiNT is a student-run magazine that publishes student written work and art in print as well as online. MiNT accepts and reviews submissions of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, opinion pieces and works of criticism created by the students of Geneseo. Our mission is to create a literary magazine for students, run by students. MiNT looks for submissions that highlight the voices of our diverse student body and express the different cultural, spiritual, and artistic backgrounds you can find on campus. We publish work that is engaging on both a personal and societal level. We are looking to be not just a literary voice, but a place where students can voice their opinions as well as their experiences.

The Lamron

SUNY Geneseo's student-run newspaper since 1922, with coverage in news, sports, arts & entertainment, student-life features, and happenings around campus

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.

Currently Known As

Currently Known As: educates students in the art of improvisational theatre through guided practice, performance, and self‐evaluation so that the student may learn from their self and others. Currently Known As: believes that all students can learn to perform with the help of friends, dedication and perseverance. Thus, Currently Known As: will hold no auditions, or turn anyone away who desires to be a member of the troupe. To do this would be to deny the students an opportunity to learn, perform, make friends, and grow as a person.

Emmelodics All Gender A Cappella

Emmelodics is an all gender a cappella founded on the basis of creating a larger and more inclusive a cappella community. Emmelodics aims to perform a wide range of musical genres. Its emphasis on group cohesiveness, flexibility in performance, enhancing vocal abilities. Emmelodics aspires to help foster the “rich co-curricular environment” that the State University of New York at Geneseo strives to maintain as a recognized center of excellence and liberal arts institution.

Exit 8 A Capella

The purpose of this organization shall be to provide an extra-curricular on-campus a cappella group for all genders.

Flute Choir at Geneseo

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.

Gajjda Bhangra

Gajjda Bhangra team’s purpose is to utilize Bhangra as a culture and a style of dance to promote and contribute to a diverse and multi-faceted community through on-campus workshops and performance, as well as represent Geneseo at regional Bhangra competitions and festivals. \n\nThis is in accordance with the college’s mission statement to promote diversity and community, as well as tradition, as the Bhangra team works to educate its members as to the history and culture of respect central to the style of dance and Punjabi culture. It provides an interactive learning experience. As one of the most diverse teams in the nation, it promotes Geneseo’s mission of Innovation, offering Geneseo students another facet to explore new perspectives and cultures and challenge themselves.

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Mondays , and Wednesdays at 8:00 PM in Schrader Studio
    Weekly on Sundays at 3:00 PM in Schrader Studio
  • Organization Tags: dance , punjabi , co-ed

Ghostlight/Cothurnus

The purpose of this organization shall be to develop knowledge of dramatic art, skill in production, and to aid in the general cultural development of the individual. Ghostlight Productions works to perpetuate the theatrical experience for the campus, the community, and the surrounding area.

Gospel Choir at Geneseo

Our purpose is to provide a free space to release and channel in your spirituality on any level. We hold and perform events on and off campus. Some are BSU's Kwanzaa Dinner in the Fall, churches in Rochester and Geneseo, University at Buffalo's Gospel Concert and our own Annual Gospel Fest in the Spring. We hold fundraisers including our well-known "It's Your Day" Valentine's Day Fundraisers.These are help to promote and spread positivity through our music and fund our organization.

G-steppas: Step Team at Geneseo

To promote diversity on SUNY Geneseo’s campus as well as give students who join a solid foundation in step as a form of dance. We wish to perform at several events on campus and as the opportunity presents itself, several competitions throughout the year.

Hips 'n Harmony

The purpose of this organization is to provide all female identifying students of SUNY Geneseo with an outlet to express themselves through a student run vocal ensemble. Composed of many talented females, Hips ‘n Harmony acts as a dedicated philanthropical group which donates many of its proceeds to charity. Founded in 1997 by Maureen Mullaney and Mary Rose Bayer, Hips is a traveling group of passionate musicians that sings a broad variety of music in a wide array of venues.

Knightline Dance Team

Knightline's purpose is to entertain and perform at sporting events as well as to provide a welcoming, positive, and safe environment to our team members in order to build strong relationships and to grow together as a team. Along with performances, we perform at other organizations benefits and Relay for Life, host a Relay for Life benefit to help raise money for the American Cancer Society, and participate in/ host our own fundraisers. Routines are choreographed by team captains, and the team is advised by Jody Deloria, an adjunct professor in the dance department here at Geneseo. Knightline also holds many opportunities for building communication and leadership skills. We hold tryouts every fall.

Korye Geneseo

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

Musical Theatre Club

The purpose of this organization shall be to develop knowledge of musical theatre, skill in production, and to aid in the general cultural development of the campus population and community. To fulfill this purpose, the club will perform one student produced musical theatre revue show each semester.

Orchesis

Orchesis is a student run, semesterly club where anyone is welcome to join. Anyone can perform in a dance or choreograph a dance for our showcase each semester. We strive to be all inclusive and encourage everyone to dance regardless of experience. We fundraise and contribute to the Geneseo Dance Department, Teresa House, and Relay for Life.

Original Xpression

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.

Pep Band

The Geneseo Pep Band's purpose is to provide effective positive support of the Geneseo Ice Knights through music performances, cheering, and home game attendance.

Sapphire Winter Guard 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.

Slainte Irish Dance

The objects of this organization shall be the promotion of cultural Irish step dancing through performance and instruction. The performances will provide cultural enrichment throughout the college and Geneseo community. Friendship and social ties shall be cultivated through dedication to dance and community.

Southside Boys

We are Geneseo's first acapella group, and its only all male group. We meet twice a week for two hours to rehearse four chosen songs selected by the group. We have four concerts a year where we perform four songs (eight songs a semester, sixteen a year). At the end of the year, we perform all sixteen songs one last time. We charge five dollars a concert.

Art Club

Art club is open to all students, both artists and students who simply want to make friends and/or try something new. Art club will offer simple projects and allow students to work on some of their own projects or drawings in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

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.

Beekeeping at Geneseo

This club allows members to get hands on experience beekeeping. We have several hives on campus, so members will see the inside of hives, treat for mites, extract honey, and do other hive maintenance. We also do events to learn about and support native pollinators. At meetings, our goal is to further our knowledge of bees and the practice of beekeeping.

Films Club

There are three parts to our club's main purpose. The first part is to introduce students to new types of film genres, styles of directing, and film companies. The second part is to bring together students with an interest in watching films. The third part is to analyze the historical background surrounding each film. The historical background includes: the company that made it, history of the director and actors, various film techniques used in the movie, and its impact on the country it was created in. The films we will be watching will range time period wise from the early 1900s to the present. Also the films will vary on what country produced them. The main events our organization will have are officer meetings and film screenings. Officer meetings will discuss the various films we will show and check on how the club is doing. Film screenings will show a movie and have the president or vice-president provide the movie's historical background.

Friends of Recreation, Conservation, and Environmental Stewardship

The FORCES program and name is defined by several of the elements below: \n\nFRIENDS \nStudents and community members seeking new and interesting experiences, with a willingness to help improve their local parks and historic sites \n\nRECREATION \nThis "force" contributes to patron education on different forms of and ways to recreate; improvement projects and maintenance that enhance hiking and sporting activities in NYS parks. It also reflects the philosophy that patrons who participate in recreational activities are more likely to appreciate and want to protect the environments where they take place. \n\nCONSERVATION \nAt FORCES we also focus our efforts on conserving and protecting the rich heritage and culture found in NYS historic sites and other unique areas. \n\nENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP \nIn addition, FORCES directly involves environmental projects and education that benefit the parks. Educational and environmental projects include invasive species management, plant and wildlife protection, water quality assessment and trail improvement. \nb. The purpose of the organization is consistent with SUNY Geneseo’s core values of service, community, integrity, innovation, diversity, academic excellence, and tradition.

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.

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.

Outing Club

The Geneseo Outing Club is an organization which consists of dozens of students who join the eboard for excursions to hike, climb, camp, and enjoy other activities. This organization seeks to educate individuals on how to safely enjoy outdoor activities and find recreation wherever people are.

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.

Reenactment Company of SUNY Geneseo

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

Stitches: Geneseo Knitting and Crocheting Club

Stitches is a club to promote the advancement of knitting and crocheting at Geneseo; to provide a forum for the exchange of patterns and ideas in a social setting; and to organize knitting and crocheting projects for charity donations. Stitches aims to create connections between Geneseo students, and to provide a healthy outlet for the stress college students often experience.

TEDxSUNYGeneseo

Ideas Worth Spreading TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized (subject to certain rules and regulations).

Young Children's Council

Our mission as an organization is to aid in the preparation of future teachers by connecting them with children in the community. Through events such as storytime, our members get an opportunity to practice reading to children as well as learning about children from the community. Having students from the community come to the event allows us to get a better understanding of the students we will work with on field visits. Building these strong relationships with Geneseo community children not only makes the children happy, but it makes the Geneseo college students/club members happy and helps in preparing them for their future career.

Brothers and Sisters 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.

Hillel at Geneseo

Main religious holidays are observed, Shabbat, Passover, Hanukah, etc.. We have weekly Shabbat services--they include reciting traditional prayers, songs, and the weekly Torah portion. Following services we have dinner together, usually following some sort of theme either relating to the weekly Torah portion, a holiday, or current events surrounding our faith. Our purpose is to unify people in a period of intense polarization. We are a Jewish organization but we welcome and encourage those who are not Jewish. We have a wide variety of students that attend our events and we are proud to foster such a comfortable environment. \n\nDirectly from the website: \n- Mission: Enriching the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. \n- Our Vision: We envision a world where every student is inspired to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning and Israel.

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. This is open to all students and faculty!

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.

Yoga Club

The purpose of the Yoga Club is to promote self-discovery leading to Self-knowledge and Self-Actualization. The Yoga Club transmits the teachings, philosophy, and practices of Yoga to the SUNY Geneseo Community. The club is a collaborative effort between the Advisor/Instructor and Coordinators and is run on the basis of open communication and consensus. The club meets once a week.

Best Buddies Geneseo

Best Buddies is an international nonprofit organization whose main focus in schools is to foster relationships between college students and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Events include fun Fridays, karaoke, board games, fundraisers, movie nights, etc.

Circle K International

Our mission is to better the world and to foster a community of leaders who will continue to make a positive impact on the world throughout their lifetime. We participate in a variety of events such as the annual Kiwanis Caregiver Luncheon to thank caregivers in the area, the annual Amy's Walk and Theresa Walk, and the Kiwanis Halloween Parade on Main Street in Geneseo. We also have assisted in the maintenance of Oakwood Cemetery, collected donations for Comfort Cases, ran Bingo at a local Senior Living Center, participated in Adopt a Highway, and much more. We are always looking for new ways to get involved in the community and make the most of our free time.

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.

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.

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.

Memories Campaign

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.

Red Cross Club at Geneseo

Hosts blood drives, fund raisers, and other red cross related events

Rotaract Club

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.