African American Student Union
Alpha Epsilon Gamma (AEG)
The purpose of this organization is to discuss anime and messages within it, as well as to converse on the anime industry and voice acting. The club also shows changes in manga and comic styles over the years and teach techniques in co-play and role-play.
Joins together other Macintosh users. The club members will have the opportunities to visit companies, experiment with technology, and build web sites through digital art and graphical design.
To create opportunities for students to be exposed to professional artists and their works, and to explore other art avenues to help in deciding career paths. The club looks forward to monthly workshops and trips to art galleries and exhibitions.
Provides students with opportunities to network and develop contacts critical to professional success. Any student interested in a business career will benefit from participating in events and trips to major business centers.
CAB (Campus Activities Board)
CAB provides the majority of the social and cultural programs at GCC. They sponsor a number of activities, entertainers, lecturers, and performing artists as well as spectacular events and student travel programs.
CEO Club seeks to inform and inspire entrepreneurship within all GCC students. Club members have created a "students in business" enterprise, (SCHOLARS Apple Cider Syrup and other products), where students experience how to lead and ensure business success.
Christian Students United (CSU)
GCC's chapter of this worldwide, nondenominational student organization helps members find strength through Christian fellowship.
From video games to career shadowing, the Computer & Technology Club at Genesee Community College gives students a hands-on opportunity to share their interest in technology with fellow students, faculty and community members. All interests are welcome: The CTC hosts “Game Night,” the annual all-night video game competition and also a Computer Repair Clinic for faculty.
Criminal Justice Club
DAC (Dactylology Club)
The purpose of the Dactylology Club is to broaden the experience of students and staff with the /deaf community through communication, experience and events.
DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America)
GCC's DECA Club is part of a national organization for students interested in pursuing a career in business, marketing, or fashion retailing. The club exposes students to various career skills and activities through field trips and the annual College Fashion Show.
Film Club welcomes all students to participate; for communications students, they will have the opportunity to practice what they learn from production classes, for others, they can be involved in digital film making as producers, writers, actors and more.
Forum Players Theater Company
The theatrical organization of GCC. Students have an opportunity to experience acting and producing in a dramatic setting. Forum players produce several shows a year. Students can also compete at the American College Theatre Festival, and go on professional auditions.
To allow students to get together to play and share their knowledge of various games.
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
Offers support and empowers gay and lesbian students, faculty, and staff. They work to educate the campus about sexual orientation issues.
HCT (Here Comes Treble)
Here Comes Treble is an Acappella group that provides quality entertainment to music lovers at GCC. The group allows musically talented students to join together to enjoy their love for music. HCT represents the spirit and creativity of singers at GCC and is dedicated to providing performances of original Acappella arrangements.
Help Save Our Youth
This organization promotes the community at large by having a grass root approach to social issues. They propose an innovative way to lift morale and stimulate students. The main ideal is to stimulate students in having a voice and that they impact each other. Their purpose is to rejuvenate young people’s thinking pattern and get them excited about life while reclaiming good morals and values. All of this will allow our youth an awareness of creativity when it comes to social issues.
ISO (International Student Organization)
Multi-Cultural Communications Club (Toastmasters)
Participants learn how to give impromptu speeches, present prepared speeches, and improve their communication skills in a supportive environment. Toastmasters helps remove the fear of public speaking and teaches you skills that will help members become more successful in their futures.
Native American Student Group
New Age Circle
New Age Circle club provides students interested in alternative religions, namely Paganism/Wicca, with a place to share information and ideas. We provide support in the form of educational workshops, seasonal celebrations and discussions. New Age Circle club also exists to spread awareness to the larger student body about Paganism/Wicca and other non-mainstream religious paths.
Office Technology Club
This club is for students pursuing a career as a Administrative Assistant and/or Medical Administrative Assistant. The club gives students an opportunity to get behind-the-scene knowledge of working in an office environment.
Outdoor Adventure Club
Phi Theta Kappa (Honor Society)
Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for students in 2 year colleges world- wide. The society promotes and provides academic excellence, leadership opportunities, service projects and fellowship amongst members. To be eligible for our chapter, Alpha Iota Upsilon, students must have 12 hours of Genesee Community College credit, an overall 3.6 GPA to be inducted, and a 3.3 GPA to maintain membership.
Physical Education Club
Established to promote the professional position and interests of Phys. Ed. Students, and to explore options related to further education and career opportunities in the physical educational field.
Polysomnographic Technology Club
The purpose of the organization is to increase awareness and visibility for the program and the field; to raise funds for use in assisting member students with the fees for attending workshops to advance necessary knowledge and skills; and to raise funds for the fees for examinations to be taken at the completion of the curriculum
PTA (Physical Therapist Assistant Club)
Promotes awareness of Physical Therapy throughout the campus community. The club provides programs and events to enhance the knowledge and self-confidence among constituents.
RASO (Returning Adult Student Organization)
This organization will provide a forum for students over the age of 24 who are returning to college after being employed or in the armed services. We will work to develop contacts, network with others who have similar concerns and interest, and offer support and guidance to adults that have returned to college.
Respect Campaign Committee
The Respect Campaign is an initiative of the Student Government Association and is a joint effort between Student Activities and College Village. Its goal is to promote and create a more respectful environment at GCC and College Village among students, faculty and staff, and it encourages respect toward all people, the environment and self. It also focuses on service to those in need. The committee coordinates various programs throughout the year and anyone is welcome to join or contribute new ideas!
Respiratory Care Practitioners Club
Rube Goldberg Club
The purposes of the organization are to build a “Rube Goldberg machine” which will be entered in competitions against other colleges while developing students’ skills in areas such as creativity, teamwork, and persistence. The club also promotes interests in careers that involve designing and building things and helps students make friends and have FUN!
SGA (Student Government Association)
SGA serves as representation for all GCC students and their collective interests. SGA promotes the cultural, educational and social needs of the campus community. This governing body takes responsibility in the decision-making process of the College.
SHAG (Student Health Awareness Group)
The main focus of this club will be on wellness from the whole person approach. The group would like to educate the student population about health issues that may be important to them. Possible wellness topics would include mental health, financial health, making good life choices, and any other health related issues our students may want to explore.
STARs (Student Telecounseling Admissions Representatives)
STARs stay in contact with student recruits, applicants, and continuing students. Through the efforts of the STARs, students have a better understanding of our college and what opportunities we have to offer.
Student Paralegal Association
Established to enhance and promote the professional position and interests of Paralegal students. The club conducts seminars to supplement legal education.
Student Survival Club
Provides career information on Tourism & Hospitality industries through student planned trips and activities.
TV Club produces various productions in and out of our Digital TV studio, we need talents, producers, hosts, guests, and your ideas. Join us and you can be seen and heard over cable television in Genesee, Wyoming and Livingston counties; or if you prefer, working behind the scene with our Communications student crew.
This organization is designed to provide friendship and camaraderie among its members. The club also provides a place to talk to other veterans of the same generation and help ease the stress military life created.
Veterinary Technicians Club
Western Art History Club
The Western Art History Club provides opportunities for students to explore our artistic cultural heritage through gallery visits and student planned field trips and activities.