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Student Life and Resources


Welcome to the SUNY Schenectady Royal community, one of the most dynamic and caring communities you will ever be a part of. Students truly are our number one priority. We take great pride in helping our students to successfully achieve their goals.

Life in our community includes learning, playing, and interacting in a fun, welcoming and safe atmosphere. Student Affairs staff collaborate with our faculty colleagues to create and support a vibrant, healthy and energizing community for you at SUNY Schenectady.

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SGA member standing in front of the SGA Office sign.

The Student Government Association works to make improvements and bring about change on campus.


Two student bowlers in their Royals jerseys, holding bowling balls.

We are proud to offer intercollegiate athletics at the College.


Three students in front of the Club Carnival sign.

Here you'll find a list of student clubs and organizations.


EOP students at the NY state capitol building.

EOP provides direct services that will enhance your academic, personal, social, and student life.


Student shaking hands with a person behind during a career fair.

TRIO assists students to adjust to the college environment, to be successful academically, and prepare for careers or transfer.


Group of students in the Quad

ASAP removes financial barriers to full-time study, and provides structured pathways and community to help students complete their degree.


Director of Disability Services standing with two students in epilepsy awareness tee shirts.

Check out our programs designed to facilitate personal and academic success.


Food pantry student worker and staff member holding products in the food pantry.

Any SUNY Schenectady student who is registered for the current semester and who has a SUNY Schenectady ID card can place an order with the Food Pantry.


Fountain in the Quad at night.

Asking for help with one's mental health is a sign of inner strength, self-awareness, and an expression that one wants to feel better.