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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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Southside Boys

We are a group that has fun making rehearsing and performing acapella arrangements.

Musical Theater Club

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

Emmelodics

Emmelodics is a co-ed a capella group designed to promote increased participation in a cappella for a wider audience and to provide more individuals the opportunity to become involved in a cappella performance. It will provide preference to those who have no previous affiliations with any established a cappella groups to further support this purpose. Emmelodics also differentiates its style with the incorporation of multiple soloists in a single arrangement, a wider range of musical genres showcased in a given performance, and the potential for choreographed movements integrated into a routine. Its emphasis on group cohesiveness, flexibility in performance, and building vocal and blending abilities helps 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.

Hips 'n Harmony

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

Shakti: South Asian Student Organization

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. Our 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. Shakti is part of the SUNY Geneseo Alliance for Community Enrichment (ACE) and is funded by the Student Association (SA). Shakti welcomes all new members and ideas! Shakti on three! One ... two ... three ... Shakti!

Between the Lines

One of Geneseo's all-gender acapella groups! Have fun, make music, be sexy.

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.

The Pep Band

Pep Band exists to create, encourage, and facilitate positive energy during hockey games.

Gospel Choir at Geneseo

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

Caribbean Student Association

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