Student Clubs

Published October 10th, 2016 in

A student organization is defined as a group of  students joined together in pursuit of a common purpose, which is in support of the mission, goals and core values of College of Alameda, guided by a lawful constitution under the direction of chosen officers and officially recognized by the Student Activities Office.

How to start an on-campus student club:

  1. Recruit at minimum five (5) College of Alameda students to start the club.
  2. Choose a College of Alameda Faculty member to serve as an advisor for the club.
  3. Speak with a Student Senator or download the CLUB ORGANIZATION PACKET  and vendor sheet.
  4. Once the forms are completed, submit them to the Associated Student Government Office, F 214.
  5. Stay in communication with a Student Senator to ensure that you are on the agenda to have your club approved.
  6. Once you are added to the agenda, attend the meeting to explain the purpose and necessity of your club.
  7. Upon approval, you are required to attend weekly Inter Club Council meetings.

Club Roster:


What are Inter Club Council Meetings?

ICC is a collaborative organization made up of representatives from each of the registered clubs on campus. It is a place for student leaders to meet, work together, and share knowledge. The main purpose of ICC is to coordinate and share information about campus club/organization activities. The ICC meets every other Wednesdays.