Campus Life

Activities

Ski the slopes. Save the planet. Sing in a choir. Write for the yearbook. Talk politics. Speak German. Explore your spirituality. Whatever your interest, chances are that you've got that in common with someone on campus.

With Nazareth's 50+ clubs and organizations, you can boost your leadership capabilities, unleash your creative spirit, and play recreational sports such as Ultimate Frisbee.


Make an impact

Here's a full list of current clubs. Don't see an organization that suits your activity? No worries! It's easy to start your own. All of our clubs and organizations are created and led by students. Contact Student Activities to learn more. A few recent examples of club activities:

Center for Spirituality Council

Through this interfaith group, staff and students coordinate a variety of opportunities to fulfill some of the spiritual, educational, and social needs of Nazareth students. Tackle deep questions in a discussion group. Center yourself through nighttime yoga classes. Serve the community through projects with Habitat for Humanity, Nazareth's Partners for Learning urban tutoring programs, campus blood drives, and interfaith activities.

Inter-ethnic Nazareth Coalition

The Inter-ethnic Nazareth Coalition (INC) promotes multicultural awareness and celebrates diversity throughout the College campus and community at events such as the annual Black History Month Celebration, Native American poetry readings, and Chinese New Year.

Art Club

The Art Club created a series of murals for the walls of several exhibits inside the Eco Center at Rochester's Seneca Park Zoo. The bog and spotted turtles can now relax next to a wetland mural reminiscent of their home turf, while the radiated tortoises and hognose snakes have an up-close view of a Madagascan prairie-desert landscape.

Golden Gazette

This student-run, Naz-centric, online newspaper explores the people and experiences on campus and in the community. The Golden Gazette includes @HumansofNaz, entertainment, events, sports, arts, opinion, health and fitness, fashion, and more.

Jewish-Muslim Center Opens

Professor of Religious Studies Susan Nowak spoke at the recent opening of Nazareth’s unique prayer space devoted to those of Jewish and Muslim faiths.

Read Nowak's words