Activities

On this page: Student groups | Diversity at Fredonia | Division III athletics | Intramural athletics | The arts
SUNY Fredonia may be a small town college, but it's bustling with activity! Most students are involved in at least one campus activity. Look below--you'll likely find links to your favorite activity. image: students at Fredonia Fest

Student groups & organizations

There are over 120 different student groups and organizations with activities ranging from academic to athletic, and music to student government, and everything in between. Campus-wide events include Homecoming, Fredonia Fest, Little Siblings' Weekend, Parents' Weekend, and the 24 Hour Muscular Dystrophy Dance Marathon. For a list of campus-sponsored organizations, click here.

Diversity at Fredonia

As a student at Fredonia you will benefit from a rich variety of cultural experiences. Our Center for Multicultural Affairs provides leadership and support to the celebration of cultural heritage represented at Fredonia.

NCAA Division III Intercollegiate Athletics

We have 18 intercollegiate athletic teams. If you're not a participant, maybe you'll be a fan! Click here for the Athletics home page.

Intramural Athletics

If you're not playing sports at the Division III or club level, intramural sports might play a role in your Fredonia experience. Recreational and competitive leagues are available in a wide variety of sports, including indoor/outdoor soccer, wallyball, broomball, roller hockey, sand volleyball, touch football, and wiffleball. For a look at leagues and schedules, click here.

Fine & Performing Arts

Student artists display their work in galleries within the Rockefeller Arts Center. The School of Music and Department of Theatre & Dance utilize our three main stages quite frequently. In addition to performances by student ensembles, we bring headline entertainment and speakers to Fredonia. In fact, it's a rare night that there isn't a performance or lecture being held somewhere on campus! Recent guests include Lech Walesa, poet laureate Dr. Maya Angelou, Comedy Central's Jon Stewart and doctor/social activist Patch Adams. Visit the Rockefeller Arts Center page for more info. Visit the About our location page for more on area attractions.

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