SUNY Jefferson

Clubs & Organizations

Joining a club can be a rewarding experience. Below is a list of the current active clubs. If you see an organization that may interest you, simply complete the club sign up form.

Clubs & Organizations

Business/HAT Club is one of the most active clubs on campus. We welcome students of any major and especially those who are majoring in subjects such as Business Administration, Accounting, Hospitality and Tourism, Sports Management, and Office Technology.  As members of the Business/HAT Club, we are responsible for helping and running major community events such as The Business and Leadership Symposium Day that takes place in March and we also contribute volunteering at the American Heart Association's North Country Heart Walk. We organize club meetings once a month to discuss new ideas about upcoming events we are working on or coordinating a fundraiser that helps us pay for an end of the year trip. The end of the year trip is after the Spring Semester where we visit a new area and study different businesses in that area. Often it will involve fun activities and a tour around a major business in that area to help students learn about the secrets to Success in the Business World. Business/HAT Club is also now open for students that are a part of the jointly registered SUNY Potsdam and JCC Business Program.

The Society is an organization that helps people discover and achieve their goals. The Society offers life-changing lectures from the nation's leading presenters and a community where like­minded, success-oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed.

The club's mission is to promote/expand visibility and growth of the nursing profession, as well as to promote high personal standards among nursing students.

We aim to support the struggles and ambitions of its theatre community while providing the College itself with showcases, productions, and much more. Club meetings include activities such as acting workshops & exercises, improvisation games, theatre discussion, and on occasion random nonsensical shouting matches. 

We provide students with an interest in the exotic animal industry an opportunity to explore the career options pertaining to zoo, wildlife, and exotic animals. 


Student Activities & Inclusion

McVean Student Center, Building 4, Room 4-104 
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 
(315) 786-2431