Charter a Club
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Charter (Create) a Club

Inter-Club Council (ICC) is the official club chartering organization on campus and it will be at a meeting of this student group that the vote for the proposed chartering of a new club will occur.  In order for a proposed charter to appear on the Inter-Club Council agenda a couple of completed forms must be on file in the Student Development Office. Submit How to Charter a Club which contains the necessary procedures and forms.

Procedures for Chartering a Club

  1. Complete How to Charter a Club and obtain the information of 10 currently enrolled students interested in being in your proposed club. These 10 students must have paid the fee for a current ASO sticker.
  2. On the same form, obtain the approval of a part-time or full-time faculty member who agrees to serve as the advisor for your club. A club may have more than one advisor.
  3. Submit a typed copy of a constitution that reflects a democratic plan for selection of members without regard for race, color, ancestry, religion, gender, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, handicap, age, and Vietnam-era veteran status.
  4. Submit all forms to the Student Development Office. A copy will be distributed to the Inter-Club Council (ICC) Review Board Director.
  5. The Review Board Director will place your proposal to become a club on the ICC Cabinet meeting agenda. Prepare to have an official representative attend this meeting.
  6. After recommendation by the Review Board Director, the proposed club will be placed on the agenda of the next ICC General Meeting for chartering. Prepare to have a representative attend this meeting and, upon approval, subsequent ICC meetings. 
  7. After approval of the club by the ICC, a Club Registration form must be submitted online.