visual arts club members doing artwork in the cafeteria

Welcome to the SUNY Ulster Student Club Hub where you will find opportunities to enhance your campus life experience.

Personal Development

Joining student clubs and organizations gives you the opportunity to meet a diverse population of people that allow you to expand your thinking and interest.  With more than 20 Student Clubs to choose from, it is easy to meet friends and be part of a group that shares your same interest in activities, academics, curriculum, governance or other special areas.

Leadership Skills

Joining a club or organization allows you to develop leadership skills within an environment of your peers. Organized and run by students like you along with a faculty advisor, these clubs offer flexible meeting times to find that special place that will make you feel right at home. Clubs offer opportunities to build relationships with the community through volunteering, field trips and networking opportunities.


Business Club 

The SUNY Ulster Business Club presents an opportunity for SUNY Ulster students to experience and learn from various business-related activities. With speakers, club trips, club events, and networking opportunities, the SUNY Ulster Business Club is the ideal place for any student pursuing a career in any field.

Advisor: Dan Boice  

Circle K International

Circle K International (CKI) is the premier collegiate and university community service, leadership development, and friendship organization in the world. The SUNY Ulster Chapter of (CKI) is Chartered by the Kiwanis Club of Kingston, NY

Advisor: Meg Sheeley  

Creative Writing Club

The Creative Writing Club meets to read, discuss, and workshop a variety of our own creative pieces - from short stories and plays to poetry. We encourage writers to bring original work for friendly discussion and feedback. The Club members also work to produce a small publication each semester. This publication is student led, student created, and student driven.

Criminal Justice Club

The Criminal Justice Club brings students together in a more casual atmosphere where they can be in control while in an academic setting. It allows them to interact outside the classroom and make new friends and connections. We also strive to get the members exposed to other facets of the CRJ System while reinforcing some of the subject matter they study in the classroom. This allows us to show a continued practical application of the system. This allows us to show a continued practical application of the system.

Advisors: Ivan Godfrey & Janay Gasparini 

Drama Club

Drama Club wants to connect with students who have a love of theater and performance. We do exercises to learn to express ourselves, with the hopes of staging a number of performances throughout the year. 

Advisor:   Stephen Balantzian

DREAM (Disability Rights, Education Activism, and Mentoring) DREAM, also known as Disability Rights, Education, Activism and Mentoring is a nationwide community created for students with disabilities.

Environmental and Biology Club

The Environmental AND Biology Club is a group of thoughtful students committed to promoting environmental awareness in the campus community. This club provides students with the opportunity to discuss environmental issues and partner with local organizations to take part in community service to improve the environment and raise environmental awareness both on and off campus.

Advisor: Jennifer Guiher    


The eSports Club provides a competitive, yet friendly, video game-based environment for members to practice, build relationships, communicate and work as a team through playing video games. The club hosts at least one fundraiser competition per semester that anybody can enter to play.

Advisor:  John Sheehan

History Club

The Suny Ulster History Club, is an organization that aims to bring together students interested in all aspects of the study of history and to provide a place to discuss and debate this shared interest, as well as to inspire interest in local and world history on campus.

Advisor: Nichola Harris  

Human Services Club

The Human Services Club helps prepare students for a career in the field of Human Services through activities including Community Service, Assisting Older Adults, volunteering at a Soup Kitchen and using funds raised at a Talent Show to benefit needy children.

Advisor: Keri McArdle


The LGBTQ Association & Allies club, will work and fundraise together to promote Education, Advocacy, Awareness, Inclusivity, health and wellness, through engaging activities and group meetings.

Nursing Club

The SUNY Ulster Nursing Club is open to all nursing students on the SUNY Ulster campus in Stone Ridge, NY. We are dedicated to education, volunteerism and improving our community. We also provide a community for incoming nursing students to acclimate to the rigors of nursing school.

Meeting Times:   

Co-Advisor: Linda Loomis
845 687-5241    

Co-Advisor: Abby Prowant

Phi Theta Kappa

SUNY Ulster’s Alpha Rho Delta Chapter is the international honor society for community college students. Membership is lifelong and offers numerous benefits including scholarships, letters of recommendation, and recognition of academic prestige.

To be eligible for membership:

  • You must be enrolled and matriculated at SUNY Ulster
  • You must have completed at least 12 academic credits that may be applied to an associate degree or certificate program as a full-time or part time student
  • You must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher

Rachael Pompeii 

Marie Kropp

Robotics Club

The SUNY Ulster Robotics Club aims to cultivate and develop student interest in STEM and
provide a learning environment for students to improve their problem-solving skills, their team-
working skills, and their programming and engineering abilities, as they work together and gain
new insight on how electronic technologies work. Robotics Club members will work on different
projects voted on by Robotics Club members and approved by the club advisors. Projects may
include participating in available robotics-competitions with other schools. Robotics Club
meetings are held weekly at a day, time, and location designated by the club advisors.
Advisor: Mark Stewart 

Student Government Organization (SGO)

The Student Government Organization maintains a cooperative relationship among students, faculty, staff, and the outside community and works to ensure that the social needs and responsibilities of students are being met.

Advisor: Meg Sheeley   

SUAA (SUNY Ulster Art Association/Fine Arts) 

Students in SUAA (SUNY Ulster Art Association Fine Arts Club) come together for studio projects, critiques, zines, and more!

Advisor: Chris Seubert    

Varsity Club 

Help Support Your SUNY Ulster Senators Athletics by joining the Varsity Club!

Advisor: Matt Brennie

Veterinary Technicians Club (Vet Tech)

Student Chapter of the New York State Association of Veterinary Technicians , Founded in 2003 the Veterinary Technology Club at SUNY Ulster promotes awareness of and appreciation for Licensed Veterinary Technicians. The Vet Tech Club accomplishes this mission through onsite and offsite education programs. These programs emphasize animal education, animal health, animal husbandry, animal welfare and the current status of Veterinary Technology in New York State.

AdvisorsSandra Wiltshire and Donna Meir

Veterans/Military Club

The SUNY Ulster Veterans/Military Club is a great opportunity for veterans, current service members and immediate dependents to bond and share experiences. The club provides a stress free environment for students to plan and enjoy fun filled experiences while continuing to support the education process.

Advisor: Manny Torres

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