Being in a club is a great way to get involved in campus life and meet people who share your same interests. To join a club, simply contact the club representative or faculty advisor. You can also come by Student Activities for additional club information.
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Student Clubs at Ohlone
- For a list of current clubs, please contact Renee Gonzales, Student Life Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Inter-Club Council Chair at email@example.com.
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Did You Know…?
Ohlone College has the second highest transfer rate of all college districts in the Bay Area. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.
Starting a Club
Interested in starting a new club? It's easy…
Gather at least 5 student members willing to participate in club activities. Members must have a valid Ohlone College student ID card or Ohlone Student ID Number and be enrolled in classes.
Obtain an advisor. Advisors must be employees of Ohlone College and approved by the Student Activities Office.
Submit a completed New Club Charter form.
Attend the next ICC meeting following submission of New Club Charter form in order to present the proposed charter.
It is expected that all club executives and advisors read through the Club Handbook. The handbook contains information on holding meetings, sponsoring events, participating in ICC, field trip procedures, and much more. It is critical to abide by all club policies and procedures.
- New Club Application & Guidelines (DOC), (PDF)
- Club Re-Charter Form (DOC), (PDF)
- Club Constitution and By-Laws Sample (PDF)
Printed versions of many of the forms listed are available through the Student Activities office.
Other Forms and Documents
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