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Interested in getting involved with a club?
Student Activities maintains a mailbox for each club as well as a list of current faculty advisors and regular meeting times for each organization. Stop by our offices in the Student Center and our staff will be happy to help you get connected!
Adirondack Broadcast Association
Interested in broadcasting and telecommunication? ABA works closely with the college radio station (WGFR, 92.7 FM) and provides DJ services for local schools as well as college events.
Club Advisor: Kevin Ankeny (ext. 2457)
Contact Information: email@example.com
Club Meetings: Washington Hall-Radio Station, Monday at 12:45 pm during the regular academic year.
Be a part of an organization that brings cultures together by sharing a common interest in Japanese animation!
Club Advisor: Jane Arnold (ext. 2207) or Joanne Smith
Club Meetings: Eisenhart Hall, Room 118, Fridays at 12:35 pm during the regular academic year.
Members of this group are also involved with international trips and other cultural explorations. Anthropology Club also plans a variety of social and fundraising activities such as an ethnic dinner and is open to all students.
Club Advisor: Phil Naftaly (ext. 2259)
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Meetings: Eisenhart Hall, Room 213, Wednesdays at 12:30 pm during the regular academic year.
SUNY Adirondack Car Club
If you have an interest in cars, or consider yourself a car enthusiast; then this may be the club for you!
Meetings held Wednesdays at 12:35, in Scoville 210, during the regular academic year.
Chi Alpha Bible Study
This organization provides a non-partisan, non-denominational forum for the study and discussion of the Holy Bible.
Club Advisor: Charles Bailey (ext. 2218)
Contact Information: email@example.com
Club Meetings: Student Center Food Court, Mondays at 12:45 pm during the regular academic year.
College Activity Board
CAB plans social, cultural, and educational programs for the campus community. CAB is always looking for new ideas for campus activities so if there is something you would like to see happen on campus, this is the club for you! New members are always welcome.
Club Advisor: Heather Charpentier (ext. 7721) or Nancy Downer (ext.2251)
Club Meetings: Cloister, in the Student Center, Mondays at 12:40 during the regular academic year.
Culinary Arts Clu b
This club brings together people interested in the food service industry and culinary arts. Students and faculty share knowledge, experience, and gain new insight into the field. Typical activities include participation in seminars, field trips, food industry shows, and catering.
Club Advisor: Bill Steele (ext. 2452)
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Meetings: Culinary Arts Building (410 Bay Road), Mondays at 1:30 pm during the regular academic year.
Gay/ Straight Alliance
Adirondack's Gay-Straight Alliance is a network of a support, creating visibility in our community.
Our focus is education and compassion. If you identify as LGBT or as a straight ally to the community,
please come check out a meeting!
Club Advisor: Diane Bargiel
Contact Information: email@example.com
Club Meetings: Science, room 103. Mondays at 12:40-1:50 pm during the regular academic year.
Media Arts Club
The Media Arts Club provides education and experience in the field of animation, 3D video, advertising, architectural design, website design, and other means of visual arts. The club also introduces members to future job contacts and career opportunities by investigating various options of career placement in the fields of media arts.
Club Advisor: Nick Paigo (ext. 2481)
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Meetings: Washington Hall, room 08, Wednesdays at 12:30 pm during the regular academic year.
My Little Pony ( MLP ) Club
A very open, accepting group of people who come together as fans of My Little Pony.
Meetings held on Wednesdays at 12:30, in Dearlove 225, during the regular academic year.
Phi Theta Kappa
The American Association of Community Colleges recognizes Phi Theta Kappa as the official honor society of community colleges. SUNY Adirondack's Upsilon Beta Chapter provides recognition of academic achievement, scholarship and transfer opportunities, and career resources.
Club Advisor: Courtney Reid
Contact Information: email@example.com
Club Meetings: Student Center, Cloister, 3:30pm, dates to be determined, during the regular academic year.
SUNY Adirondack Business Club
Are you interested in majoring in business or learning about every aspect of business? Then Business Club is for you! This club also organizes a variety of trips and activities.
Club Advisor: Mary Lapann (ext. 2297)
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Meetings: Eisenhart Hall, room 109, 12:30 pm dates to be determined, during the regular academic year. Club Advisor: Mary Lapann (ext. 2297)
SUNY Adirondack Green Communities Club
Are you interested in working to protect and preserve the environment? Then SUNY Adirondack Green Communities Club is for you! This group works to promote conservation, climate neutrality, promote sustainability on campus and in our home communities. These are accomplished by reducing waste, decreasing our energy footprint, and enhancing our living landscape. For tips on how you can help better the environment, check out their column in This Week at SUNY Adirondack, the college newsletter.
Club Advisor: Dr. Timothy Scherbatskoy (ext. 2270)
Contact Information: email@example.com
Club Meetings: Science Building – Green House, Thursday at 12:30 pm-1:30 pm during the regular school year.
SUNY Adirondack Military Club
The Military Club was formed by veterans and active military who are currently students at SUNY Adirondack. Our purpose is to connect student veterans and military with each other, and provide service to veterans and military students, their families, and the community, as well as to support military currently serving overseas.
Club Advisor: Beth Faller (ext. 2220)
Contact Information: Beth Faller (ext. 2220)
Club Meetings: Student Association Office, Student Center, Monday at 12:30 pm during the regular academic year.
SUNY Adirondack ROCX (Rock Climbing/Outdoor Adventure)
This club is a great opportunity for anyone interested in maintaining a healthy lifestyle through rock climbing and various outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, canoeing, snowshoeing, etc. Weekend trips are often scheduled and students of all ages and ability levels are encouraged to participate! ROCX is very active in campus and community projects including Bay Road Cleanup, Angel Tree, Child Care Center, ADK, Foundation Expo and more.
Club Advisor: Darla J. Belevich (743-2269)
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Meetings: Gymnasium- Room G 09, Mondays at 12:30 pm, during the regular academic year.