All Degrees & Programs
With over 35 majors and minor areas of concentration, Elmira College lays the foundation for a diverse, cross discipline education, encouraging you to both specialize and explore.
Student activities provide Elmira College students a diverse array of co-curricular experiences in a supportive and collaborative environment.
The Office of Campus Life at EC offers many activities throughout the year, creating a co-curricular experience that will help you grow and connect.
Enjoy free admission to performances in Gibson or Watson Theatre presented by the Theatre Department. The College also partners with the Clemens Center to offer discounted tickets to EC students. You can also enjoy cultural celebrations in the Dining Hall with "Culinary Cultures," which features foods from different cultures each month. And don't forget about the George Waters Art Gallery, where creativity from our campus community is always on display.
Join in on the game nights, on-campus concerts, and DIY fun! Win awesome prizes, listen to some great live music (or even sing some of your own during karaoke night), and make your own dorm room decorations or yummy treats. Hosted by Campus Life and clubs and organizations throughout the year, there's always an activity to help fill your free time.
With more than 50 clubs and organizations, there's something for everyone! And if you don’t find one that interests you, start your own! EC clubs and organizations sponsor social and academic events throughout the year and are a great way to meet new people and get involved.
Work out in our fitness center, take a yoga class, or participate in Term III softball. There are great options throughout the year for keeping up on your personal fitness goals.
Each fall, winter, and spring, these three EC traditional events bring students together for fun, relaxation, and camaraderie. The shared memories and experiences connect generations of alumni to current students.
Focused on Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility, this space hosts cultural events open to the campus community, serves as a meeting space for culture-based clubs, and is an area of rest and recharge for students throughout their day. The center's furnishings were made possible via a gift for Dr. Harold A. Munnings in honor of Moneira Ferguson-Munnings ’91 of Nassau, Bahamas.