Clubs and Organizations
What’s happening after class? SUNY Morrisville offers more than 40 clubs and organizations for you to get involved in, regardless of your academic program.
Organized to promote cultural interaction and awareness on campus. It also serves as a sounding board for issues and concerns related to affirmative action. Throughout the year, ASUBA sponsors various educational and social activities designed to improve relations in the campus community. Membership is open to everyone.
Explores the field and future of agricultural engineering. Members participate in field trips, community service, and contests sponsored by PAS and the National Association of College and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA).
The purpose of the ACF shall be: To gather together to learn and enjoy all aspects of the culinary industry. To network with individuals within the culinary industry. To assist students in working toward certification with the American Culinary Federation. To be a positive recreational and learning opportunity that is open to all students of SUNY Morrisville. For more information please contact the Student Activities Office.
Here is your chance to get involved no matter what your major is! The Arcadian is SUNY Morrisville’s yearbook. The college yearbook is produced annually. The students have an opportunity to learn the fundamentals as well as advanced journalism techniques for producing the yearbook. Positions are open in all facets of the yearbook, including photography, page layout and graphic design.
Organized to promote excellence in architectural education, training and practice, this club tries to foster an appreciation of architecture through a variety of activities.
This club was created to provide students with an interest in the automotive industry the opportunity to learn more about the industry through videos, professional engineers and field trips. Membership is open to everyone.
The purpose of B.A.S.I.C. is to provide a liaison for students of SUNY Morrisville and local churches. B.A.S.I.C provides a pastoral care for the students of SUNY Morrisville, to communicate the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to introduce others to a personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and the baptism of the Holy Spirit by providing a spiritual environment for students.
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) provides programming for the entire campus. CAB is dedicated to bringing quality educational and entertainment programs to the college's highly diverse population.
The Caribbean American Student Union of SUNY Morrisville is active in promoting the Caribbean and it's culture, customs and trends, and spreading a sense of unity among our campus and community.
The Casino Management Organization (CMO) is an on-campus organization based around the students of the Gaming and Casino Management major here at SUNY Morrisville. Although the majority of the members of the CMO are current Gaming and Casino majors, we welcome all. We presently have membership categories as follows: Student, Education/Faculty, and Industry. For more information please contact the Student Activities Office.
The objectives of this CFFA/FB Chapter are to: Provide opportunities for scholarship and leadership advancement and service. Provide social and recreational activities for CFFA/FB members.
The SUNY Morrisville Conservation Tri-Society is a student organization, preservation and education of our forest, aquatic and wildlife resources. Sanctioned through the SUNY Morrisville Student Government Organization, the Tri-Society has worked to enhance our students’ conservation ethic and promote the professional development of the next generation of conservationists.
This Club was created to enlighten students about possible opportunities in the criminal justice field. The Criminal Justice Club provides students the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the common and current laws, and encourages students and faculty members to explore the fun and interesting programs in the criminal justice field.
This theatre club presents one major theatrical production on campus each semester, in conjunction with the Theater Department. Participation in this club involves acting, casting, and technical crews. Production is open to all students! Members attend local theatre productions in addition to a variety of other events throughout the year.
The purpose of the club shall be to aid in the success of the members during and after their college careers. The group shall provide the tools and opportunities for members to build relationships and professional networks with local business professionals; such relationships and networks are quintessential for future career advancement. The group also intends to do numerous community service initiatives and volunteer at various Morrisville community events.
This club, which is open to all students, promotes interest, fun, and education in the field of health and fitness. This club is dedicated to providing social and professional development for its members, as well as to promote health and fitness on campus and in the community. For more information please contact the Student Activities Office.
This association is designed for gaining a better understanding of the professional and practical requirements of food service management, to stimulate discussions concerning the future of the food service industry and to promote friendly relations among people engaged in education and the food service industry. In the many years as a SUNY Morrisville club, IFSEA students have traveled to several cities all over America, to name a few;
SUNY Morrisville offers a comprehensive program of on-campus intramural and recreational sports activities throughout the academic year paid for by the Student Activities Fee. Approximately 12 intramural leagues and many tournaments and events are available for all students, regardless of athletic prowess or residential status.
LASO provides a forum for moral, cultural, and emotional support to Latino students on and off campus. The group also aims to promote multiculturalism and affirmative action principles to the campus community.
Mo'Pride is an open club to all students, faculty, staff and community members. Mo’Pride’s core vision is “People Respecting Individual Diversity and Equality.” We strive to create an open and safe environment where people can come together as one, with absolutely no judgement. Some of the members may be from the LGBTQ+, international, “lone-wolf”, misunderstood, and many other communities.
This club was created to offer students the ability to gather together and play a unique and diverse set of games. Gaming Guild provides students with entertainment and enjoyable interaction through the medium of imaginative games. The Club offers a positive recreational opportunity that is open to all students of SUNY Morrisville.
The Music Department consists of a band ensemble made up of students and community members. They are always looking for singers and instrumentalist to join their ranks. The ensemble plays jazz, classical, rock and everything in between. They perform at events throughout the school year. During the fall semester, the ensemble performs at homecoming and has a concert at the end of the term. Second semester they serve as the musicians for the spring musical and have year-end concert.
MOVE is dedicated to promoting, organizing, and facilitating community service at SUNY Morrisville. MOVE serves as a resource to students, faculty, staff, and community partners to identify and accomplish service activities; enhancing the academic and co-curricular experience for students while striving to enhance civic engagement and meet the needs of our local community.
In the late 1960’s the college radio station hit the airwaves. It was located in the basement of Galbreath Hall. Today, Mustang Radio is located in the basement of Hamilton Hall and not only broadcasts on 1580 AM. It is a student run radio station as well as a curriculum based production lab for students in the Journalism program. The station operates 24/7 using an automated computer software. Students have weekly, on-air DJ shifts where they can play the music they love to listen to.
NAMA will serve as a community for students interested in agricultural business and agricultural marketing. Being partnered with the National Agri-Marketing Association provides students with resources to help market themselves in the agricultural industry. Student chapter meetings will have guest speakers discussing a variety of topics in the agriculture world. Also, an agri-marketing conference is open to NAMA chapters along with sales competitions and marketing competitions.
The N-CAB provides social, cultural, recreational and educational events and activities to the students of the Norwich campus.
The ORC provides a broad range of fun and adventurous outdoor recreational activities to members and non-members. Outings have included hiking, camping, climbing, whitewater rafting, archery and more. Club functions and activities are compatible with sound conservation management principles and support, and promote conservation practices to enhance the natural resources of the world.
RHA is made up of members from the nine (10) hall councils on campus. This group is responsible for providing opportunities for the hall councils to build community in the residential population through programming. In addition, RHA members participate in leadership retreats during the year and regional conferences with RHA's from other schools in the northeast. RHA also addresses campus issues specific to the residential population.
This association was designed to encourage communication among RA’s and residents on campus. The Resident Assistant Association helps RAs to better understand the interests and concerns common to the position. For more information please contact the Student Activities Office.
This is a world-wide organization with senior chapters in most major cities. This senior chapter holds technical and social meetings monthly, in addition to sponsoring field trips during the year. Senior chapters offer scholarships, seminars, and workshops to its student chapters. As a student chapter at SUNY Morrisville, SME embarks on several trips over the course of the academic year to surrounding areas in order to tour manufacturing plants and engineering companies.
To mentor nursing students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses and to convey the standards, ethics, and skills that students will need as responsible and accountable leaders and members of the profession. Throughout the semester, SNA volunteers in the surrounding communities, and provides educational assistance to those in the nursing program. Membership is open to everyone.
The purpose of this club shall be to facilitate competitive multiplayer gaming, create a community where all can come and play or watch, educate those who are interested in gaming, promote sportsmanship in gaming, and attend gaming related events.
The Tech Club is a club of students/staff at SUNY Morrisville, who are interested in computer systems, computer information, networking computers and using computers for our community. We were originally a student chapter of the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery). In the Spring of 2011, we became an official SGO club called ITC (Information Technology).
The Chimes is an organization run by SUNY Morrisville students. The Chimes is located on the Morrisville campus in the basement of Hamilton Hall. The Chimes was named and first printed in February of 1969 - 50 years later The Chimes still teaches students at SUNY Morrisville the principles of journalism.
The Theater Department produces a play in the fall semester and a musical in the spring semester, giving interested students the chance to develop their acting skills in both types of dramatic productions. The students also have the opportunity to participate in the design, technical and promotional aspects of theatre. They can design lights, construct scenery, or oversee publicity. The Department also offers students a chance to direct one act plays each semester.