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Clubs and Organizations


Architecture Club
A Student Chapter that provides and promotes the opportunity to explore aspects of Architecture and the Architectural profession that exist beyond the scope of the formal Architectural Technology curriculum.

Associated General Contractors - AGC
A Student Chapter that promotes a wider interest in, a close relationship with, and a broader understanding of the construction industry.

 Association of Travel Executives  - ATE (Name Changed to MPI)
Provides students with knowledge of actual business problems and practices associated with the travel industry, and fosters the interchange of ideas between students and members of the travel industry.

Automotive Technology Enthusiasts Club - ATEC
ATEC is dedicated to the study and love of automobiles! Check out their racing simulator, classic car shows, and other great events they present each year.

Brothers and Sisters in Christ - BASIC
Thursdays, 7-9 pm, Farrell Center 111

BASIC offers students a way to gather in fellowship on SUNY Delhi's campus. BASIC also sponsors opportunities to meet members of other BASIC chapters from across the state.

Black Student Union - BSU

Wednesdays, 7:45-9:00 pm, Farrell Center 209
Actively pursues the study of the cultures of indigenous and transplanted peoples of the organization, and educates its members as well as members of the campus community of the history and cultures of the different ethnic backgrounds.

Bronco's Fynest

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8-10 pm, Farrell Center 129
Organization that actively pursues the study of different types of dances, educates and displays to the organization members, as well as the campus community, the history and different cultures of dance.  Want to see pictures of Bronco's Fynest?  Click here!

Bronco Investment Group - BIG
A club that looks at finance and investment and offers student members an opportunity to see practical application of club interests 

 Campus Pride

Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 pm, Farrell Center 211B
A club for students who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer or as an ally to the community.

The Campus Voice
The official student newspaper provides students an opportunity to learn about the field of journalism, presents student opinion and stimulates campus thought and makes students aware of what is happening on their campus. Visit Website >

Club Managers Association of America - CMAA
An national organization whose objective is to promote and advance friendly relations among persons connected with the management of clubs and to encourage both educational and career opportunities for the student members.

The College Players
Provides the College and surrounding area dramatic presentations, promotes an application for the artistic and technical areas of the theatre, and fosters development of self-confidence and discipline within its members.

Commuter Student Organization
A student organization that brings together non-residential students to discuss commuter issues, share ideas and resources, and holds a "ride board" for those without transportation.

Computer Club
An organization for students interested in diversity in computer technology.

Delhi College Interfaith Council - DCIC

Tuesdays, 5-6 pm, Farrell Center 112
Fosters an understanding and a spirit of collegiality among the various religious groups and campus constituencies, promotes awareness and discussion of ethical, religious and intellectual issues pertinent to today’s world.

 Equine Club 

Tuesdays, 5-6 pm, Sanford Hall, Centennial Center

Escoffier Club
Strives to further the culinary education and professionalism of Delhi College Culinary students.

Fine Arts - The Art Center
Serves as an extra-curricular activity and a form of recreation to develop self-confidence and discipline within its members by providing a creative atmosphere and materials for individual projects.

Glee Club

Mondays & Wednesdays, 5-7 pm and Sundays, 3-5 pm, Farrell Center 127
A student club that performs contemporary vocal music.

Greek Council

Thursdays, 7-8 pm, Farrell Center 211A & B
In conjunction with the administration of Delhi College administers the rules governing the recognized Greek organizations regarding rushing and pledging. Develops and maintains Greek Life and inter-Greek unity at a high level of accomplishment. Visit Website >

Health and Fitness Club

Fridays, 6:15 pm,  Sanford Hall 109
A student club organized to inform students who are interested in health and fitness to become more educated and aware of the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle.

History Club
A student club that examines local, regional, and national history and it's effect on contemporary society.

Horticulture Club
Promotes the development and advancement of the Horticulture, Landscape Design & Management and Golf & Sports Turf Management programs..

Hotel Management Society - HMS
Promotes good fellowship among the Hospitality students, promotes knowledge of the field through trips to establishments and businesses in the career field.

Mondays, 6-7:30 pm, Farrell Center 211A&B

Snowboarding and Skiing Club

International Food Service Executive Association  - IFSEA
Junior Chapter of the Food Service Executive Association, Inc. Fosters a professional interest in the food service industry and its related industries through interchange of ideas and suggestions, speakers, functions, and exhibitions.

Provides a broad spectrum of traditional and non-traditional recreational activities to serve the needs of the campus population. Visit Website >

Japanese Animation Club   

Wednesdays, 9-11 pm, Farrell Center 211A
Provides students with entertainment and interest in Japanese animation .

The Latin American Student Organization - LASO

Wednesdays, 8-9 pm, Farrell Center 211B
An organization for the Latino students of SUNY Delhi to educate and display to its members as well as the campus community the history and cultures of the Hispanic people.

 MPI - Formerly Association of Travel Executives (ATE)Provides students with knowledge of actual business problems and practices associated with the travel industry, and fosters the interchange of ideas between students and members of the travel industry.

National Association of Home Builders - NAHB

 National Electrical Contractors Association - NECA

A student club that promotes the importance and opportunities of the electrical construction and green energy industries.

National Student Nurses Association  - NSNA
A professional student nursing organization to provide collegiality, social activity and extracurricular educational development of its members.

New York State Association of Veterinary Technicians  - NYSAVT
Tuesdays, 6 pm, 104 E-Tower

A Student Chapter to create and maintain a professional image of the Veterinary Technician, to enlarge the technicians knowledge of necessary skills through continuing education, and to foster high ethical standards within the profession.

 Patisserie Club 

Phi Theta Kappa/Phi Eta Sigma - Delhi Honor Society 
The Delhi Honor Society includes both the two-year honor society, Phi Theta Kappa, and the four-year honor society, Phi Eta Sigma. Both organizations promote academic achievement and scholarship, recognize students who have attained honors standing, foster leadership and service, and cultivate fellowship among qualified students.

Professional Golf Management Club - PGM
This club's purpose is to promote fellowship among its members; to promote golf-related activities, including tournaments on a regular basis; to foster continued involvement and enjoyment of the game; and to further enhance educational opportunities for its members.

Residence Hall Association  - RHA
Student operated organization that serves as a responsive and responsible student advocate concerning the quality of residential life. Endeavors to represent and protect the views, concerns, ideas and rights of the residence hall student population.

Society of Manufacturing Engineers - SME
A Student Chapter that disseminates technical information for improving the science of graphic communication and design, initiates and encourages a continued program of education to provide self-improvement and progress through increased knowledge.

Step It Up
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-8 pm, Farrell Center 129

Objectives are to contain a service and fraternal organization for the students, actively pursue the study of cultures of indigenous and transplanted peoples of the organization, to educate and display community, history and cultures of different ethnic backgrounds. 

Student Programming Board  - SPB
Tuesdays, 5:30pm, Farrell Center 211B

Provides diversified quality entertainment, cultural presentations and recreational activities for the benefit and enjoyment of the campus community and affords its members opportunities for leadership development and group planning experiences. Visit Facebook Page >

Student Senate
A liaison between the student body, faculty, and administration, provides students with an opportunity for an educational experience in democratic government, furnishes a medium of students’ opinions, and promotes the general welfare of the students.

Student Veteran's Association
The mission of the Student Veteran Association is to increase access for veterans into SUNY Delhi while providing them with the necessary guidance, mentoring and array of student centered services, programs and community support that will assist with their transition and ensure their academic and personal success within the college community. All are welcome to join.

SUNY Delhi Red Cross Club
Runs campus blood drives, raises awareness about disaster relief and first aid, and members have a chance to earn a scholarship from the American Red Cross.   

Turf Club
A Student Chapter of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. Serves as official organization for students interested in golf course management and provides them with information about career directions.

WDTU (SUNY Delhi Radio Station)

Official student radio station which promotes a better understanding of radio and broadcasting and management techniques among its members by continually striving to improve the quality of broadcasts to the campus community.

West Indian Coalition  - WIC
Actively pursues the study of the cultures of indigenous and transplanted peoples of the organization, and educates its members as well as members of the campus community of the history and cultures of the different ethnic backgrounds.

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Last Updated: 10/7/15