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Spring 2013 Events
May 17 - UDE Fest
May 18-19 - TDX Softball Tourney
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Welcome to the new and improved FARRELL STUDENT AND COMMUNITY CENTER!!!
There is never a reason to be bored on the SUNY Delhi Campus. With over 50 clubs, including 17 recognized fraternities and sororities, a year-round intramural program, top-notch entertainment, and first run movies, it is always easy to find something to do.
Check out the Spring 2013 Schedule of Events and be sure that you don't miss some of the nation's top comedians, concerts and live shows, exciting guest speakers, and chances to win great prizes.
Weekly Calendar - See you Next Year!
The mission of the Office of Student Activities is to enhance student life at SUNY Delhi through the provision of social, educational, cultural, recreational, and entertainment programming outside of the classroom experience. This mission includes providing opportunities for community service, leadership training and experience, off-campus trips, and the coordination, planning, and presentation of after-hours programming on campus.
Delhi currently has more than 60 student clubs and organization. Joining a recognized club or organization gives you the opportunity to get involved in campus life, meet new people and make new friends, develop leadership skills, and have experiences and opportunities to enhance your total college experience.
Student Senate meets every Wednesday at 5:15 in FSACC 211 A&B. Stop by the meetings and learn how to become part of a very active and relevant Student Government.
Learn how to receive formal credit for co-curricular activities during your SUNY Delhi career through our Co-Curricular Transcript Workshops. Potential employers and other Colleges are always anxious to see what you have done outside of the classroom.
Weekends at SUNY Delhi are worth staying for! Stick around and enjoy the activities and excitement.
Want to get off campus for a while? There are regular trips to go bowling, roller-skating, shopping, and to attend sporting events and broadway shows sponsored through Student Activities.
Stop by Farrell Student and Community Center, home to the Student Senate, student club and organization offices, and Student Activities. First run movies sponsored by SPB can be seen during the weekend in The Okun Theatre located on the first floor of Farrell, and comedy, music, and live entertainment can be found throughout Farrell and all over campus including Catskill Great Room, Best Program Room Evenden, and Mac Hall.
Visit the Student Activities Office, 222 Farrell Student and Community Center, for more information about activities and events and how to get involved or call 746-4565.
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