Learning isn't just about classes and tests. It's also about developing new interests and diving deeper into existing ones. Whether you want to learn more about chess, write for the campus paper, or perform for your friends, you'll find a club on campus! If you don't find a club for you, start one!
If you are interested in joining a club or organization or starting a new club, contact:
To start (or restart) a club, there are 3 simple steps:
- Find at least 3 members that share your interest in being part of your club.
- Talk with any SUNY Corning Community College faculty or staff that is interested in being an Adviser to your club.
- Register your club with your club's mission statement and officer & Adviser names.
All clubs and organizations are required to follow specific procedures set forth by the Student Association. Those procedures are available in our "How To" Book. Club and Organization Executive Board Officers are required to attend a "How To" Session and a training on Sexual Violence to become active clubs.
List of Clubs and Organizations
Clubs and organizations reflect the interests of our diverse student population and offer a wide variety of opportunities. Here is a list of recently active clubs and organizations:
American Sign Language Club
This club celebrates, advocates, educates, and shares deaf culture and ASL with the SUNY Corning Community Collegecommunity.
Adviser: Sin-Yi Ko, 607-962-9125
The chess club is for anyone that want to play, learn to play, or get better at playing chess. The club may be playing other versions of chess or competing with each other and others interested.
Adviser: Kamesh Narasimhan, 607-962-9240
Christian Club (C Five)
The purpose of this club is to grow, encourage, and serve in Christ.
Adviser: Kathryn Forland
To report news of concern to the general student body. To give interested students practical journalism experience. To provide an independent avenue for students to express their opinions.
Advisers: Emma Draper-Reich
Elmira Center - Student Activities
The Student Activities Committee plans various activities and events for their fellow Elmira Center students.
Adviser: Amy Barr
Environmental Protection Information Coalition (EPIC)/Science United Club
This organization educates the student body and our communities concerning sustainability, the role of humans in environmental issues, and on supplementing education to students who have an interest in the science. We represent several different fields of science such as biology, engineering, food science, environmental science, ecology, and more.
Advisers: Donna Powers, 607-962-9375, Robert Koble, 607-962-9544
Future Educators Association
This organization provides a learning and playing environment for the rapidly growing subculture of Euro gamers and strategy gamers. Members meet and share their gaming experience with people who have similar interests. Members have an opportunity to discuss board strategy and develop critical thinking skills.
Adviser: Joe DeLeone, 607-962-9265; DJ Dates, 607-962-9303
The Grace Notes
This club brings together musically inclined students from around campus, to sing.
Adviser: Will Wickham
This club provides a consistent outlet for those interested in dialoguing and networking historical issues. It creates community networks in an effort to celebrate local history and its importance for the future of the region. It is an active campus entity that attempts to collect, catalogue, and preserve CCC history.
Advisers: Sky Moss, 607-962-9523
International and Foreign Language Club
This club provides a forum for all persons interested in cross-cultural awareness and exchange, and promotes the study of foreign languages.
Advisers: Sandy Turner-Vicioso, 607-962-9312; Michael Beykirch, 607-962-9522
Japanese Language & Culture Club
This club provides educational opportunities to members of Corning Community College (CCC) to learn Japanese language and culture. We offer instructions and information that allow CCC members to practice both spoken and written Japanese language and learn about Japanese culture. CCC currently does not have either credit or non-credit course for Japanese language; thus, our activities provide opportunities to CCC members to learn the language as well as the culture of Japan.
Advisers: Eriko Heise, 607-962-9369
Muse of Fire (drama club)
This provides a theatrical group of college students with opportunities to promote live theatre productions that are open to the community.
Adviser: Mary Guzzy, 607-962-9311
My Brother's and Sister's Keeper
This purpose of this club is to improve the representation of men and women of minorities at all levels of CCC. To integrate people within the college to reach a communal understanding of diversity through a shared knowledge and resources brought to us by participating club members and faculty members. It's a club for cultural enrichment.
Adviser: Caleb McGuire or Tyler Ladd, 607-962-9151
This organization provides a social support group for nursing majors. It provides community service, and free educational activities and entertainment to the entire student body.
Advisers: Molly Welch, 607-962-9216
This club creates an environment in which all students are welcome to get involved in enjoying the game of Spikeball. Spikeball is an active 4 player mix of volleyball and four-square that is easy to pick up, but difficult to master. This club would be a great addition to the list of organizations that already exist on campus.
Adviser: George Hurlburt; 607-962-9324
This organization stimulates interest in computers and technology as an occupational goal, and exemplifies to its members the importance of technology in today's world. It furthers knowledge and increases its members' abilities in using and harnessing technology in today's job market. It also organizes informative trips and guest speakers from local industries to better understand general technology and computer practices.
Adviser: Dale Crandall, 607-962-9214
This organization connects veterans with not only other veterans but fellow students who support them. Bridging the gap between military life and student life at CCC while easing the transition into a successful academic future. Working to not only inform veterans of their benefits and rights but also promote campus-wide fellowship among veterans and non-veterans. NOTE: All veterans, whether members of this student club or not, have access to a veterans office space in the lower level of the Commons building, M128.
Adviser: Kathleen Craig, 607-962-9215