The Undergraduate Student Council (USC) is the student government body at SUNY Korea. The USC is
made up of elected students that represent each class and department at SUNY Korea. The Undergraduate Student
Council has a Senate, Executive Branch, and various special councils and groups. They advocate for improving student
culture and provide various student events and initiatives.
The USC works on projects to benefit the student body such as lobbying for additional student study
space, improving dormitory life, and nurturing beneficial relationships between the four IGC university student
bodies and the IGC Foundation.
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Message from the Undergraduate Student Council
We, the students of SUNY Korea, recognize the need for a student organization and believe that an
effective student organization can best represent the student body. The purposes of the Undergraduate Student
Council shall include but shall not be limited to: provide a unified student voice; foster student leadership, and
determine and allocate the Student Activity Fee in a manner which supports one or more of the aforementioned
purposes. The Undergraduate Student Council is made up of the students, made by the students, and exists for the
student body. It shall remain the responsibility of the Council to act in the interests of the student body, being
sure to be conscious of the needs of the student body.
Have specific questions? Contact the Undergraduate Student Council to learn more about our current
SUNY Korea Student Clubs are an integral part of student culture on campus. Students pursue their
interests with like-minded students adding to their university experience and preparing them for the future.
What kind of SUNY Korea clubs are there?
We have over twenty clubs on campus representing various interests and events.
Some clubs focus on hobbies; like dancing, various sports, board games, and e-sports. We
also have clubs related to academic majors such as a fashion show production, computer science, and engineering. Are
you interested in politics, international Christianity, or acting? There are also student groups that share those
At the beginning of each semester, the active clubs on campus hold an expo to give students a chance
to see all the student clubs and talk to a representative about getting involved.
How can I start a new club?
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, you can always start a new club. You will need three
executive members, ten regular members, and a faculty advisor. The application process happens during the first
month of each semester. The main application and renewal process begins each fall, but clubs can also begin during
the spring semester with provisional status. Below are the links for the SUNY Korea Student Club Manual and the
student club application.