Find Your Passions Here
As you start to find your place in the world, start by finding your place at Elmira College. Whatever your interests, there is an opportunity for you to get involved with the college, your classmates and the community. You can impact the campus with a radio show or column in the literary magazine. Sing, play music or dance with a cultural organization. Find a special interest group that will amplify your voice. Or spend free time with an intramural team. Immerse yourself in everything our campus has to offer.
Clubs & Organizations
Get to know others with similar interests or learn something new by joining one of our 70 clubs and organizations. You can join a preprofessional group to start building career skills, hang out with Harry Potter lovers, align with cultural groups like the Black student union, or explore faith in a spiritual organization. And if you don't see something you like, you can start your own club!
Intramurals & Recreation
There are lots of ways to play. Softball, yoga and trivia knights are some, but you'll also find Ultimate Frisbee, flag football or pickup soccer. These intramural and recreational activities are fun ways to enjoy and meet new classmates.
The Office of Student Activities is responsible for helping students get the most out of their college experience with special interest clubs, organizations, student government, weekend events and the management of the Campus Center.
You have a voice at Elmira. Every student is a member of the Student Association (SA), so you have a way to express your opinions and get things accomplished. The SA is the governing body of the students and helps to address concerns, interests and values of those living on campus. There are opportunities for you to hold an office as a Senator if you choose.
Explore Elmira, New York
While campus life has a lot to offer, the same can be said for the town of Elmira, New York. You can take in the history and culture of the town just by walking around and visiting the sites. There are museums, a performing arts center, a downtown community and even a historic baseball field. A few miles farther and you can be golfing, skiing, hiking or sampling restaurants and wineries.