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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

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

Minority Association for PreHealth Students

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

American Cancer Society on Campus

We work with the American Cancer Society directly to raise money, awareness, and volunteer to help spread their mission as well as create a community to fight back against cancer. We organize many events throughout the year not only only to raise money but to raise awareness for different cancers. Some events are our Pink Tie event, breast cancer walk, and breast week ever for October breast cancer month. We also organize and put on Geneseo's Relay For Life each year and raise thousands of dollars. It is also a way to create community and work towards making a difference for good.

Geneseo Beekeeping Club

Beekeeping Club aims to provide students with knowledge regarding all aspects of beekeeping. Specifically, we intend to increase awareness of the drastic decrease in honeybee populations that the US is currently experiencing. For decades the honeybee population has been on the decline, largely due to our actions as a society. Between 2018 and 2019, US honeybee populations experienced a decrease of nearly 40%, with some regions seeing losses of up to 90%. This is particularly damaging due to the fact that honey bees are the primary pollinator of our crops, supporting about $20 billion worth of crop production annually. Our club members are deeply concerned with this phenomenon and would like to make a positive impact by promoting environmental awareness. We accomplish this by holding weekly meetings where we discuss topics related to beekeeping. In addition to our advocacy and training meetings, we care for two hives on campus

History Club

History Club's purpose is to encourage the pursuit of historical research and interest, to provide an understanding of current events through an understanding of their historical basis, and to provide an opportunity for students to share their historical interests through lectures, discussions, and trips. Some of our events include game nights, trivia, movie nights, historical or current event discussions, collaborations with professors, Peer Advisement, and more!

Gamma Sigma Epsilon

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

Neuroscience Club

The purpose of this organization is to provide space for students to connect via a shared interest in the field of Neuroscience. Members will work together to plan and host enrichment events such as course-schedule planning, Neuroscience on-campus research lab recruitment, recent Geneseo grad panels, and fundraising events with funds being donated to various organizations.

Golden Key International Honour Society

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

SUNY Geneseo Students for Life

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

Marketing Club

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