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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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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.