About Recreation, Special Interests, and Outdoors Clubs

Academic goals cannot be achieved without the development of the student’s total personality. Since the majority of a student’s time is spent outside of the classroom, extracurricular and co-curricular activities serve as valuable partners with academics in the enhancement of the total college experience. Clubs and organizations provide opportunities for students to meet and interact with others who share their interests. They also provide opportunities for ­students to explore new interests.


 
Adventure Club

In the Adventure Club, we pride ourselves on embracing new experiences, from horseback riding to whitewater rafting, while exploring unfamiliar surroundings and making new friends. We believe that it’s only when we become lost in adventure that we truly discover ourselves – and the world around us. The club hosts a variety of events throughout the year, one of which is sure to pique your interest. So, come on and join us. After all, as the saying goes: “It’s bad manners to keep adventure waiting.”

Club Rowing Team

The Club Rowing Team provides students with an outlet to continue their athletic pursuits during their college careers. Practicing two to three times a week with competition in the fall and spring, it is a great opportunity to stay competitive and in shape. No previous rowing experience is required to join the team. So come on in! The water’s fine!

Fusion: Reloaded

Fusion: Reloaded is an all-inclusive gaming and anime club. Members meet to enjoy video, board, card, and table top games alike. It's a safe place to meet friends with similar, nerdy interests!

Gardening Club

It’s been said that “to plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” For members of the Gardening Club, gardening is an opportunity to spend time outdoors, to promote sustainability, and to learn about the plants and trees that call Central New York home. They spending time working in the garden by St. Mary’s Hall, tending to vegetables and planting succulents. They find that just being there is a great way to relax after a busy day of classes. No green thumb necessary!

House of Umoja - Fashion Club

It’s been said that, while fashion fades, style in eternal. Members of Le Moyne’s fashion club are encouraged to find their own style. It offers them a space to express themselves and feel comfortable in their own bodies as it hosts photo shoots, fashion shows, mental health days and other activities. Students of all ethnicities, backgrounds and body types are encouraged to join our family – hence our name – House of Umoja (Unity). Join us and make new friends, build your self-confidence and have fun.

LMC Cheer Team

The members of the Le Moyne College Cheer Team are crowd leaders, spirit raisers, ambassadors and athletes. As crowd leaders, the cheer team connects the fans to the athletic team. As spirit raisers, cheerleaders promote and spread school pride throughout the year. As ambassadors, they represent Le Moyne College and its values. As athletes, cheerleaders use their strength, endurance and skills to be excellent crowd leaders, spirit raisers and entertainers.

The Le Moyne Maker Zone

The Le Moyne Makers Zone is where imagination meets action. The “makers,” as they are known, blend theory innovation as they build whatever is on their minds. But how? The makers use a variety of tools, including 3d printing, laser cutting, paint, music, video and more. Join us! Bring your idea to the Makers Club, and we’ll help you to make it a reality!

Ski Club

There is nothing better than a day on the mountains, with blue skies, fresh snow and great friends. Members of the Ski Club find fun and community as they join other students for days of skiing or snowboarding. Skiers and snowboarders all levels of experience are welcome to join.

Taekwondo

Taekwondo is a wonderful way to condition your body and to learn to defend yourself. As your study and practice this martial art, you will learn discipline, technique and patience. In addition, you’ll find that Taekwondo also exercises your mind, serving as a wonderful outlet from the rigors of classwork.

Ultimate Frisbee Club

Ultimate, as it’s sometimes known, is believed to be played in 42 nations around the world. 42! And it’s pretty popular on the Le Moyne campus. Who knew Dolphins were so fun-loving? Well, we did, and we hope you’ll join us! Le Moyne’s Ultimate Frisbee Club is open to all students – regardless of their level of experience. Members typically take part in one practice and one scrimmage each week and attend one home tournament and two road tournaments each semester. Come on – face off and make some friends with us.