Inter Club Council (ICC) and Clubs
Starting a Club
If there isn't a club that suits your needs, you can start a new club!
To activate or reactive a club, follow these steps when completing the Activation/Reactivation Form.
Follow These Steps
Check the club list to see if there already is a club that aligns with your interest.
- Talk to a faculty or staff member about your interest, and whether they would be interested in advising your club.
- Contact the Student Activities specialist in order to check the inactive club balance sheet and to discuss the correct process to planning and running a club.
- Recruit a minimum of 5 active members who share your interest to start your club.
- Fill out the Activation/Reactivation Form within the first 5 weeks of the quarter.
With your new club members, draft and turn in a club constitution within the first three weeks of activating. This constitution is what defines your club and its purpose, including positions, requirements of membership, planned projects, etc. If you need help with the club constitution, use the Example Constitution and the Constitution Guideline.
Optional: In order to request a room for your club to host meetings in, fill out Quarterly Room Request.
Campus clubs are funded by the Inter Club Council (ICC) through the ASFC OwlCard quarterly basic fee. Each club is required to send a voting representative to the weekly ICC meeting to maintain account and voting access.
ICC meets on Tuesdays at 3 p.m. For Zoom access, email Erin Ortiz at email@example.com.
Joshua Contreras, VP of ICC
ASFC Office is working virtually through Fall 2020
Student Activities Office Contact
ERIN ORTIZ, Student Activities Specialist and ICC Advisor
VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS