Getting involved in campus life provides you
unique opportunities that will help you develop a variety of skills
personally, academically, and professionally. The Clubs and
Organizations Coordinator and Club Leaders will help you with the
paperwork processes and with interpreting College/District policies.
Club Orientation and Club Leaders Training will prepare you to
successfully manage your club roles and responsibilities.
others that share your ideas, interests, and goals. Student Life can
help with recruiting once you have a name for your club.
All clubs are required to submit a
Club Advisor must be a full-time employee of Eastfield College
(faculty, staff or administrator). Club Advisors will assist club
activities and provide guidance with interpreting and following
policies. It is beneficial to have more than one Club Advisor
especially if you are a large and/or active group. Work with your Club
Advisors to determine your purpose, goals, activities, selecting
officers, scheduling meetings, etc.
Club Advisor to sign the Petition for Recognition from and review your
Club Constitution for any revisions to be made. Also, complete the
Agency Account Setup Form to set up a Club Account. This form must be
submitted before a Club can participate in fundraising activities.
Submit the Petition for Recognition Form, final draft of your Club
Constitution, Agency Account Setup Form, Officer’s Roster, and
Membership Roster to the Clubs and Organizations Coordinator. Then,
plan to attend a Club Orientation session.
Clubs and Organizations Coordinator will notify Officers and Advisors
when the petition and other documents have been approved and
processed. After receiving this notification, Officers can request a
meeting space from the Coordinator. All meeting space requests must be
submitted after the 12th class day once all classes have been roomed.