ICC brings diverse clubs

Evelyn Caicedo

As of Sept. 1, all clubs are in the process of being activated. Clubs such as the Environmental Awareness Club and the Appreciation of Filipino American Culture Club and currently

Model United Nations, the Film Club and many others have not had any representatives and therefore may not become active.

In order to create a new club or activate an existing one, it is essential to have an advisor that is a full-time staffer or part-time faculty member. That member would have needed to attend the club orientation meeting.

The Inter-Club Council (ICC) club orientation meeting began on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Student Services Center Room 212.

Activation forms were given at the club orientation and will not be accepted before the club completes the activation course of actions.

ICC will be hosting a club rush on Sept. 29 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Quad.

Erin Long, the ICC and Clubs’ Advisor, is also available by appointment for information regarding the availability of club members and advisers.

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