Cayuga Community College recognizes that the educational experience in college should encompass more than classroom instruction. To satisfy this need for additional experiences to develop the entire person, Cayuga offers a wide variety of activities and services to complement academic preparation.
These activities and services are managed through the Faculty-Student Association in conjunction with the Office of Student Development, which is located in the Main Building. The following organizations and activities are sponsored by the Faculty-Student Association:
Student Activities Board (SAB)
Sponsors a variety of cocurricular activities and events for the College and surrounding community, including:
- Annual Holiday Festival Craft Fair
- Seminars on issues of concern to students (e.g., PEACE program, alcohol awareness)
- Cultural and performing arts program with performances by noted artists and groups
Student Government Organization (SGO)
The SGO serves as the voice of students’ concerns and suggestions, providing leadership and direction for students whether it be an individual student or club. SGO executive officers include a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer and student trustee. All executive positions are elected posts. SGO also has student board members and the remaining student body is made up of student senators (comprised mostly of representatives of student clubs). SGO is responsible for distributing the budgets for student clubs.
More details about the SGO and the current slate of officers are available on the Student Government Organization page.
Student newspaper offers hands-on experience in news, feature, editorial, and column writing; sports reporting; photography; page layouts; headline writing; advertising; and business. Produced with current Macintosh computer technology and page layout software. Students may register for a journalism course and earn college credit for participation in the Cayuga Collegian. Issues are published and distributed on both campuses in Cayuga Collegian newspaper stands. Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides an opportunity for students interested in performing vocal and choral music. Participation contributes to college life and carries one academic credit. The chorus presents annual fall and spring concerts.
Harlequin Productions (Theatre)
Students with or without prior experience can get involved in acting, directing, producing, stage management, lighting, set design, and costumes. Plays are selected to utilize the abilities of the students, with rehearsals scheduled to avoid conflicts with classes.
WDWN (WIN-89 FM) Radio
WDWN Radio is 3,000-watt stereo broadcast facility, coordinated by the telecommunications program and operated by a student staff. Broadcasting and programming opportunities are open to telecommunication majors and all interested students.
New clubs are continually formed in response to student interests. The Student Handbook contains detailed information on the Student Activities Board, Student Government Organization, and current clubs. Information is also available from SGO members or the Student Activities Office in the Student Development Center.