Due to worsening weather conditions, all SUNY Cortland classes scheduled after 7 p.m. are canceled tonight. Classes scheduled before 7 p.m. will be held as usual. Commuting students should use their discretion about traveling to campus.
Tonight’s cancellation does not carry over to classes scheduled for Friday, Nov. 16. Students, faculty and staff should check their campus email account, text messages, local news outlets as well as the College website and its social media channels tomorrow morning before heading for class.
Individuals planning to attend campus events scheduled for tonight other than classes should check with organizers of the event make sure they will be held.
Visit the Emergency site for more information.
If you have ever wanted to own a health club or be a personal trainer, work for a professional sports team as an athletic trainer or research the biomechanics of an Olympic athlete, then Kinesiology Department is for you.
The department offers five majors—athletic training, coaching, exercise science, fitness development, and sport studies. Our programs are designed to prepare you for a wide variety of professions related to
physical activity and sport. They also serve as a stepping stone to professional and graduate schools in medicine, physical therapy, exercise physiology, biomechanics and motor behavior.
With a national reputation for quality, a long list of successful graduates and the growing demand for health care personnel, the Kinesiology Department at SUNY Cortland will be an excellent choice to prepare you for an exciting future.
The mission of the club is to initiate and promote an interest in the Athletic Training profession and to establish a professional code of ethics with regard to athletic training.
Meetings: Mondays, 7 p.m. Park Center, Room 2310
Faculty supervisor: Amanda Williams
The Dartfish Club is a student run organization that promotes the learning and use of Dartfish video capture/analysis software. Students learn to become experts in the use of Dartfish and use their skills to work on projects ranging from local college athletics to working with Olympic athletes and emerging technology companies like Vulcan Vision. No prior experience with Dartfish software is necessary to join our club.
Meetings Spring 2018: Wednesdays, 7 p.m. room 1145 Professional Studies Building
Faculty Supervisor: Jeff Bauer