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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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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.

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.

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).

  • Meet Times:
    Weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00 PM in MacVittie College Union Fireside Lounge
    Weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00 PM in Fireside lounge
  • Organization Tags: culture , south asia , diversity

Geneseo Club Soccer

We participate in the club soccer league that plays competitive matches against other colleges across NYS in the fall. We also practice multiple times a week during the fall and hold some sessions in the gym during the winter.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.