Student Activities Program
The College provides a wide variety of experiences for its students through Student Clubs and Organizations, Program Board, Student Congress and other activity related organizations. There are a variety of clubs and organizations in existence that any student can join; others can be formed if interest exists.
The Student Activities Program is co-curricular education, providing first-hand experience in planning, group leadership, committee work and budgetary management. This “hands on” experience, combined with a student’s classroom learning, creates a well-rounded college experience for those students choosing to participate. The College encourages individual students and organizations to become engaged in the local community through various means. Community service learning can be a vital part of a student’s education.
Shared Interest Groups (SIG)
In an effort to engage a variety of students and their shared interests, five or more students can request to become a provisional club through the Executive Board of Student Congress. This provision is only allowable when no other active club shares the same interest and it cannot exceed three occurrences. The monetary funding cannot exceed $250 per occurrence.
Clubs wishing to use bulletin boards should see the Student Activities Office in ACC 208. The group or individual involved is responsible for taking down outdated material.Notices, flyers, signs, posters, etc., are not permitted on walls, doors, windows, etc. The placing of such material on vehicles parked in College parking areas is prohibited. Language, graphics, artwork, etc., on such materials are expected to conform to commonly accepted standards of good taste and morality. The College reserves the right to remove all materials in violation of or is inconsistent with College policy or values. The College will not knowingly allow any materials to be posted if it advertises an event or activity that is in violation of civil or criminal law.
Student Co-Curricular Transcript
The Student Co-Curricular Transcript provides a listing of your involvement in College
life that does not appear on your academic transcript. Participation in clubs, activities, leadership experiences (athletic and student organizations), honors,
scholarships, and awards may be listed on the co-curricular transcript. This additional information may help you
stand out when you look for a job, or transfer to a four-year college. For more information
or to begin your co-curricular transcript, visit
go to the Student Activities Office on the Utica campus or the Rome campus Student Service Center.
Voter Registration Center
The Student Activities Office serves as a voter registration center for the Utica Campus. The Student Services Center serves as a voter registration center for the Rome Campus. Voter registration forms and information are available. It is the responsibility of the individual who picks up the registration form to mail or deliver it in person, when completed, to the appropriate local Board of Elections. You can also download a form at www.elections.state.ny.us