Seven Easy Steps to Starting a Club:
NOTE: All clubs (whether new or pre-existing) must go through the six steps above every year.
If you are interested in starting a political or religiously affiliated club, please reference the links as guidelines for your group.
Don't Meet the Qualifications to Start a Club? How About Starting a Community?
We recognize that more and more students want to identify as part of "laid back" topical groups without the added stress of finances, membership minimums, and mandatory paperwork. Communities offer more flexibility in membership, no monetary responsibilities, and a greater ability to focus on topics of interest and interpersonal relationships instead of continuous event planning or fundraising.
Just as with clubs, an application is required to start a Community.
Communities will NOT:
Students in a Community who would like to do an event to promote their group may request a meeting with the Assistant Director to go over ideas, event planning, and marketing strategies. If approved, the Community will have access to a small amount of funding (between $100-$400 typically) to have a FREE event on campus. The event must be open to all interested students. Initial approval of the event will be at the discretion of the Assistant Director.
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