Catholic Newman Community at Eastman (CNCE)
Called together as members of the body of Christ, The Catholic Newman Community of Eastman seeks to encourage all to strive toward the highest ideals of Christian spiritual, moral, and intellectual development as lived and taught in the rich tradition of the Catholic Church.
Eastman Americana (EA)
Eastman Americana is a cultural awareness student organization created for the purpose of educating Eastman students on the history and importance of traditional American music (bluegrass, celtic, old time, etc). The group welcomes any students interested in learning about the cultural impact of traditional American music and how to play it.
Eastman Programming and Involvement Council (EPIC)
The purpose of Eastman Programming & Involvement Council (EPIC) is to enrich co-curricular life at Eastman by encouraging involvement of all Eastman undergraduate students. EPIC sponsors programs, activities, and events for Eastman undergraduate students and members of the Eastman community including, but not limited to social, educational, recreational, cultural, traditional, community building, co-sponsorships and on- and off-campus events. While EPIC is open to collaborating with faculty, staff, departments, alumni, and other student organizations, the target audience for all programming shall be Eastman undergraduates.
Samantha Andrew, President
Kelly Whitesell, Vice President
Hugo Christensen-Diehl, Secretary/Treasurer
Elizabeth Smith, Publicity Chair
Sam Edwards, Welcome Weekend & Freeze Fest Co-Chair
James McCarthy, Welcome Weekend & Freeze Fest Co-Chair
Katie Knudsvig, Fright Fest & Spring Fling Co-Chair
Alice Yoon, Fright Fest & Spring Fling Co-Chair
Henry Dean, General Events Co-Chair
Ashley Fong, General Events Co-Chair
Weekly Meetings: Tuesdays – 8:30pm-9:30pm – Dean’s Dining (SLC)
Eastman Tabletop Community (ETC)
We play games on tabletops… come join us!
Jewish student life here at Eastman is vibrant, pluralistic, welcoming, and inclusive. Hillel helps to foster student growth, Jewish learning, and relationships.
Our programs reflect the great diversity of our students lives. We have weekly Shabbat opportunities, free meals, social and cultural programming, alternative breaks, holiday services and celebrations, two Birthright Israel trips a year, and so much more!
Our campus and Hillel cultures encourage student personal development through spiritual, social, and intellectual channels. Our students pursue social justice, embrace and support the State of Israel, and are learning to become participating members of the global Jewish community.
Here at Hillel, we provide a safe space for our students to come into their own, explore Judaism, and develop leadership and professional skills. We are here to guide and support them through their journeys in becoming active members of the Jewish and adult communities and in their own personal practices.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)
In response to God’s love, grace, and truth:
The Purpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA
is to establish and advance
at colleges and universities
witnessing communities of students and faculty
who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord:
growing in love for God,
God’s people of every ethnicity and culture
and God’s purposes in the world.
Our vision is to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world-changers developed.
Hannah Dick, President
Kara Miller, Vice President
Large Group: Saturdays 6:30-7:30pm, Dean’s Dining (SLC)
Morning Prayer Meetings: 8am Monday-Friday, Betty’s Cafe (Main Bldg.)
Evening Prayer Meetings: 10:30pm Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Dean’s Dining (SLC)
Mu Phi Epsilon
As a chapter of the Mu Phi Epsilon International Fraternity, we will foster the ideals of service to school and community,, and provide opportunities for strong artistic and personal abilities. We will organize philanthropic events that will be open to the entire Eastman community in hopes of developing a stronger musical relationship with the Rochester community.
National Association for Music Education (NAfME)
The purpose of this organization is to:
- make available to members opportunities for professional development;
- acquaint students with the privileges and responsibilities of the music education profession;
- provide all members with the opportunity to become acquainted with leaders in the music education profession through participation in programs, demonstrations, discussions, workshops, and performances planned by this chapter, the state music educators association, and NAfME.
Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI)
The Mission of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity is to encourage, nurture and support the art of music. Our purpose is to form chapters of women college students and alumnae who have a sincere interest in music; to uphold the highest standards of music; to further the development of music in America and throughout the world; to give inspiration and encouragement to members; to organize the cultural life of Sigma Alpha Iota members as a contributing factor to their educational growth; to support the ideals and goals of the member’s Alma Mater; and to adhere to the highest standards of citizenship in school, community and fraternity life.
Anna Dunlap, President
Elizabeth Smith, VP Membership
Tong Li, VP Ritual
Ellen Robertson, Secretary of Correspondence/Sergeant at Arms
Holly Spangenberg, Secretary/Social Media
Weekly Meetings: Sundays – 6pm-7pm – Dean’s Dining (SLC)
Our mission is to provide a safe space for Eastman students of all backgrounds to discuss gender and sexual identity. We want to maintain a positive, supportive, and enjoyable environment where students are comfortable to have fun, make friends, learn about issues of gender and sexual identity, and discuss personal experiences with gender and sexual identity. We want to maintain an environment of equality and freedom of expression for all.