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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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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.