Student Clubs & Organizations at Farmingdale State College
For more information, please contact:
Student Activities Office
Roosevelt Hall, Room 116
Descriptions of Clubs & Organizations
The 3D Printing Club gives students the opportunity to work together to use a new and revolutionary manufacturing process called 3D Printing (a.k.a. Rapid Prototyping or Additive Manufacturing) to create original models as well as use downloadable models which can be printed on the spot.
The African Heritage Diversity Club creates awareness of the different cultures through book exchanges, networking, civic engagement and giving back to the community.
The Phi Chapter of Alpha Eta Rho maintains an interest in Aviation at Farmingdale State College by pledging their efforts towards encouraging the Aviation Industry throughout the country while acting as an organized body in representing Aviation at the College and forming a brotherhood/sisterhood of aviators among the members of the organization.
Alpha Phi Delta, with almost one hundred active chapters nationwide, located mainly throughout the northeastern region is based on the values of honor, integrity, unity, respect and forming a brotherhood that is beneficial to the overall strength of the group, as well as developing the individuality of college men. Alpha Phi Delta is a lifelong national fraternity of men dedicated to academic excellence, leadership in campus activities, diversity and community service.
Commonly referred to as "AAAE", this organization promotes professional development, proficiency and attitudes in students engaged in the study of airport development, administration, management and operation or in related fields of aviation.
The Architectural Construction Technology Club advances the knowledge of the architectural, engineering and construction fields through collective involvement and self-determination of the members of this club
A professional quality student theater company that can entertain as well as train students in all aspects of theater production.
The Biology Club promotes an interest and an understanding of all facets of the application of the sciences to health care, research, biotechnology, forensics or academic fields; as well as to keep members informed of technology advances and educational and job opportunities in the biomedical field.
The Campus Activities Board provides all students with different activities throughout the academic year for social and entertainment value which are either free or discounted to current students.
The Christian Fellowship Club provides students with a better understanding of the Christian community through service and faith-building, and spreads awareness and unity among the campus.
The Computer Programming Club encourages students to feel passion for programming by helping them develop and gain abilities to become better programmers through logic reasoning and critical thinking.
The Economics Club promotes critical thinking skills, enhances decision-making abilities and helps other students educate themselves in the art of allocating scarce resources.
The Farmingdale Automotive Enthusiasts provide members an opportunity to gain broader insight to the Automotive & Engineering Technology professions and to encourage leadership and fellowship among students.
Farmingdale Fusion promotes and displays the culture of South Indian dance by mixing different dance styles together in performance.
Farmingdale Queer Pride promotes mutual respect between cisgender, transgender, straight and queer communities on and off campus, and to empower individuals who feel marginalized because of their gender identity or sexual orientation through the use of workshops, lectures, educational programs, discussion groups and other activities. In addition, Farmingdale Queer Pride shall provide a safe environment in which an individual can grow without fear of discrimination.
The Flying Rams provide a group of peers who want to learn and compete with other aviators. The Flying Rams aim to have fun and work as a team, to grow in their aviation skills and to compete against other clubs and University teams at every level of the sport.
The Guild provides an environment for enthusiasts of Eastern and Western Animation, Science-Fiction and Gaming in its various forms in order to converse freely on the ideas and enjoyment of said topics.
The Horticulture Club promotes the field of horticulture through projects benefiting the campus by disbursing horticultural knowledge to fellow members of the community, provide social activities for members of the department and campus community, and engage in fundraising efforts.
Hugs Across America is an organization that raises money to donate teddy bears to traumatized/underprivileged children. The organization also takes part in other volunteer work throughout the year.
Ice Hockey is a club sport** that provides members a way to maintain skills and athletic ability through the sport of Ice Hockey, while competing inter-scholastically against regional colleges and Universities.
**Ice Hockey is a "club sport", meaning that it is a collegiate sport that does not fall under NCAA Division III guidelines. Participation is obtained via try-outs for the club sport team.
The Indian Culture Club aims to foster unity and the spirit of India and Indian Culture by organizing events that involve both tradition and non-traditional cultural activities.
The Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers help promote the activity of Engineering students to recognize Electronic & Electrical fields outside of the classroom.
Kappa Sigma Fraternity complements and enhances the educational mission of Farmingdale State College, promotes the ideals of Brotherhood, actively contributes to personal growth and development of its members, promotes ethical behavior and decision-making and encourages service to others.
Ladies United in Vision develops and enhances leadership skills so ladies can reach their maximum potential. They will also learn how to cultivate leadership, diversity, acceptance of differences, personal and professional development amongst ladies at the College and throughout other communities. The group also creates harmony within one’s self by creating seminars and workshops that focus on self-awareness, lifestyles, leadership, issues women face in society and the perceptual image of women in society.
The Latin-American Student Organization aims to culturally enrich students about Latin American tradition, assist members in high academic achievement, and promote social objectives within Latin American culture.
Latin Ladies United is a multicultural organization that greatly influences Latinas, as well as other cultures, to strive for excellence, leadership and building up character and bring awareness to daily issues faced in society by minorities.
The Medical Laboratory Technology Club assists in the promotion of educational, cultural, recreational, and social activities that cultivate integrity and professionalism in the Medical Laboratory Technology program.
Men In Action provides another outlet for students to give back to the community. Three things the group is founded on are academic excellence, fellowship and community service. Men In Action welcomes any individual who is willing to dedicate their time to the mission of the group.
The Muslim Student Association provides opportunities for meetings, discussions and collective celebration of Islamic festivities. The Muslim Student Association also increases Islamic awareness and understanding on campus and provides its members with speakers and lectures on varying topics within Islamic culture.
Phi Iota Alpha develops leaders and creates innovative ways to unite the Latino community. The brotherhood of Phi Iota Alpha is committed towards the empowerment of the Latin American Community. This is accomplished by providing social, cultural programs and activities geared towards the appreciation, promotion and preservation of Latin American culture.
Phi Sigma Sigma is an inclusive sisterhood that prepares its members for a world filled with diversity by embracing their differences and seeking out women of all races, cultures, levels of ability, socioeconomic origins, backgrounds and perspectives. Phi Sigma Sigma also believes learning is a priority and through education and challenging their members to reach new goals, helping them to become women of influence and substance. The sorority also believes that a woman who serves is also a woman who leads; by serving others, their members become more valuable citizens, students, parents, workers and community leaders.
The Pre-Health Professions Club provides assistance, guidance, mentoring and opportunities to all students with the goal of becoming a doctor, dentist, veterinarian, optician, podiatrist, pharmacist and other professions of this nature. The Pre-Health Professions Club will be a support to aid students in all phases of application and acceptance into a health-oriented program.
The Pre-Optometry Club educates students about the field of optometry, by giving students an idea about what it means to be an optometrist by holding discussions on eye diseases, prevention of ocular diseases, color blindness and other topics.
The Psychology Club provides an opportunity for students to learn about the profession of Psychology and its varied practices. The club will advance students' understanding of Psychology's role in our society and in their own personal lives. For those interested in a career in Psychology, the club will provide opportunities for increased exposure to the professional roles and responsibilities of psychological professionals and the education necessary for various careers in Psychology.
The Quality Club encourages and provides the means for the development as to the nature and the incentives of entering into professions concerned with quality, and facilitates the advancement of the theory and practice of quality and the allied arts and sciences. The Quality Club works closely with the ASQ (American Society for Quality) LI Chapter Volunteer, as well as within the ASQ organization.
RAM Motor Sports provides a competitive sport (SAE Mini-Baja Competitions in Engineering & Design) to those interested in Engineering and design due to its intense design, fabrication and testing atmospheres. RAM Motor Sports promotes having fun and working as a team, to grow in their skills and to be a dedicated team player to compete against other clubs and University teams at different competitions.
Ram Nation Radio provides Farmingdale State College and the surrounding communities with alternative high quality radio programming, while providing the students of Farmingdale State College with an opportunity to participate in the operation of a radio station.
The Residence Hall Association is a student-run organization which represents and protects the views, concerns and rights of the residential community, and strives to improve the quality of life on campus. The Residence Hall Association is designed to provide communication, education, leadership and community development opportunities for the students in the residence halls.
The Rhythmic Rams provide students with a creative outlet to express their musical passion through performance, thus promoting an encouraging and uplifting atmosphere where students can share their joy and talent with others.
The Farmingdale Robotics Team encourages and oversees the development of advanced robotic machines within a safe, friendly and cooperative atmosphere.
The Roller Hockey Club provides members a way to maintain skills and athletic ability through the sport of Roller Hockey, while competing inter-scholastically against regional colleges and Universities through both the NCRHA and ECRHA.
Sigma Delta Tau enriches the lifetime experience of women of similar ideals by building lasting friendships and fostering personal growth. Sigma Delta Tau encourages each member to reach her fullest potential by providing intellectual, philanthropic, leadership and social opportunities within a framework of mutual respect and high ethical standards.
The Ski & Snowboard Club provides fun and friendship building exercises for students to draw on for the rest of their lives through both ski and snowboarding activities.
The Society of Manufacturing Engineering affords opportunities for students either enrolled in or have an interest in the Manufacturing Engineering Technology degree programs to become acquainted with topics of interest within the field of Manufacturing Engineering through guest speakers and presentations.
The Society of Women Engineers Club stimulates women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders by expanding the image of the engineering.
The Sports Management Club focuses on students who are looking to go into the rapidly growing business of sports, as well as for general sports to gain interest in the action of the sports world that happens off the field. This will also be used in order to review and study for classes with the Sports Management curriculum.
The Starlettes provide opportunities for students interested in expressing themselves through the art of dance. The Starlettes provide opportunities for students to practice the skills of teamwork and leadership, establish relationships with others who share a common interest in dance, and reach out to the Farmingdale State College community by providing low cost/free entertainment.
The Student American Dental Hygienists Association promotes Dental Hygiene studies and to safeguard the common interest of members in the profession and contribute toward the improvement of the health of the public.
The Student Government Association is the governing body of the students of Farmingdale State College. The Student Government Association promotes the education, welfare, advocacy and enrichment of the Student Body of Farmingdale State College and is also responsible for the disbursement and management of the Student Activity Fee.
The Student Veterans of America helps foster a sense of camaraderie and esprit de corps that veterans felt while in the military, but are lacking in a civilian environment. The Student Veterans of America will act as a focal point for the airing of veteran's grievances on campus as well as an outlet for positive social interaction with each other and the non-veteran community both on and off campus.
The Tabletop Gaming Club fosters new social connections between students who share an interest in card and tabletop games. The club also provides numerous tabletop games that students can play in a relaxed atmosphere.
Tau Kappa Epsilon creates lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success and aids men in their mental, moral and social development for life. Tau Kappa Epsilon contributes to the advancement of society through the personal growth of our members, and service to others.
Unique Hype is a spirit squad who aims to bring school spirit to the campus community. Unique Hype organizes cheers and performs at games and other school events to increase school spirit.
The United Nations Association enriches the academic lives of students by introducing them to the functions of the United Nations through participation in simulations of diplomacy and international relations, while educating students about international relations, foreign affairs, diplomacy and the agenda of the United Nations. The United Nations Association also assists members in developing interpersonal, critical thinking, negotiation skills and how to successfully debate.
The purpose of We Help Others promotes volunteering and giving back to others by participating in both on-campus and off-campus community engagement activities and gaining leadership, teamwork and career-related experiences.
The Farmingdale Wrestling Club was established to promote the interest and enjoyment of the sport of wrestling. The club provides a way for students to have fun and work as a team, while advancing their wrestling skills. The club also competes against other club and University teams at every level of the sport.
Zombie Survival Corps promotes zombie awareness in a zombie-filled world through the promotion of learning and training in line with community preparedness, personal preparedness and emergency response.