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Clubs and Organizations

An important feature of campus life at SUNY Canton are the student governed clubs and organizations; designed to enrich your overall educational experience. By interacting with peers who share your interests and ideas and participating in projects that serve the college community you will improve your leadership skills, establish relationships with peers and gain experience that will serve you long after you have left SUNY Canton.

Student group Brother 2 Brother presents President Szafran with a red T-shirt.

Student Leadership Opportunities

  • Paysonian Yearbook
    Compile a chronicle of your time here at SUNY Canton. Share and develop your skills in writing, photography, editing and design while familiarizing yourself with the college and people who make it special. If you are interested in becoming an editor or photographer feel free to contact the Marketing & Media Coordinator in the Student Activities Office Miller Campus Center 211.
  • Residence Hall Association (R.H.A.)
    Develop your skills as an organizer and communicator by coordinating the activities of the individual residence hall governments, initiating and sponsoring inner hall events.
  • Resident Assistant (R.A.)
    After living one year on campus, a resident may apply to be a resident assistant. This position of student leadership in a residence hall requires the applicant to plan programming for his or her floor, participate in campus activities and attend informational meetings and interactive training with other RA’s throughout the year. Maintaining a positive community setting in the residence halls are crucial in a college environment and also to an RA’s agenda.
  • Student Government Association (S.G.A.)
    Get involved with the student governing body of SUNY Canton. The student senate gives a voice to the student body and acts as the liaison between students and administration. Lend a helping hand in committees, ranging from campus safety to College Council. We encourage you to take an active role in shaping your environment and the operations of SUNY Canton.
  • Judicial Advocates
    Trained upperclassmen who can assist a student who has to appear before a campus Judicial Board. They have a working knowledge of the campus Code of Conduct and the campus judicial process. They will assist you in preparing for a presentation of your case before the judicial board and attend the hearing with you to provide support and guidance during the hearing. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a part of the advocacy program, contact Kristen Roberts, Director of Student Conducts. The director of Student Conducts is located in the Miller Campus Center Room 229.
  • College Activities Board (C.A.B)
    All students are encouraged to become involved with the programming board of the Student Government Association. Come join the largest organization on campus and gain a great opportunity to develop your leadership abilities while networking with peers, staff, and faculty. Engage in group planning and enhance communication skillswhile organizing educational, cultural, social and recreational events for the entire student body. C.A.B. consists of officers, chairs, and members.


Greek Life

  • Pi Nu Epsilon
  • Sigma Omega Epsilon
  • Upsilon Zeta Iota
  • Delta Omega Epsilon
  • Delta Sigma Tau
  • Gamma Sigma Zeta Incorporated
  • Kappa Xi Omega
  • Greek Life
  • Greek Council
  • Alpha Chi Omicron
  • Alpha Omega Chi
  • Alpha Theta Gamma
  • Beta Sigma Zeta

Clubs & Organizations