The Inter-Club Council (ICC) is a place for club presidents to meet once a month to discuss issues pertinent to the individual clubs. Clubs provide a place for students to get involved, to develop, and give back to the community.

Want to join a club?

If you are looking for a way to get involved, joining a club is a great place to start. The Office of Student Engagement sponsors student initiated and run clubs through which anyone can get plugged into campus, make new friends, enjoy a particular hobby or special interest, advocate for a great cause, and so much more.

To get involved in a club, email the leaders listed below.

Current Clubs

ABLE

ABLE

Disability Support Club

A club for students with disabilities to explore the challenges of living with a disability, and learn from each other

APIC

APIC

Asian Pacific Islander Club

A club to celebrate and explore the culture of Asian and Pacific Island students

BSU

BSU

Black Student Union

This is a club for students interested in learning about African American heritage

El Puente

El Puente

Latin American Club

A club for students to connect and explore the rich cultural heritage of Latin America

The Forum

The Forum

Political and Debate Club

A club for those that are interested in today’s politics and debates

Live2Free

Live2Free

Human Rights Club

A club promoting human rights and social justice causes to raise awareness of the issues and advocate for change. Live 2 Free partners with the Vanguard Global Center for Women and Justice

LEAP

LEAP

Environmental Awareness Club

A club for those that wish to collaboratively educate students on the importance of our environment and creative strategies to preserve it

RISE

RISE

Sexual Assult Awareness Club

A club to educate students on the topic of sexual assault on campus and provide support to victims who may have already experienced the abuse

SAINTS

SAINTS

Scientific Society

The Vanguard chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS), the world’s largest scientific society and one of the world’s leading sources of authoritative scientific information

Veterans Club

Veterans Club

Veteran Support and Awareness club

The Veteran’s club supports the needs of our Veteran students and promotes the appreciation and support of all Veterans

VHOP

VHOP

Vanguard House of Prayer

A club for those interested in praying for our school

Worship Community

Worship Community

Creative Worship Club

A club that is designed to cultivate a creative community of worshippers who develop in their specific craft and find community within that craft

Kinesiology Club

Kinesiology Club

The Millinials

The Millinials

Film Club
VU Run Club

VU Run Club

Running Club

A club to promote a physically active community through running

Want to start a club?

Is there something you are interested in that you do not see listed below? Consider starting your own club! The Office of Student Engagement sponsors student initiated and run clubs and would love to help you get started. Here are the steps you need to know:

  1. Find something you are interested in. This can be a hobby, social justice issue, culture of interest, national organization, etc.
  2. Find at least 10 other students that may potentially be interested in the club as well – these students do not have to commit to being in the club, but must agree that they are interested
  3. Find a potential club advisor (read club advisor requirements here)
  4. Fill out the Club Application.
  5. Your application will be reviewed by the Coordinator of Student Programming (CSP) and the Director of Leadership Development and Student Engagement. You will be contacted by the CSP to schedule a time to meet and talk about your club in person, and your application will be approved or you will be asked to make adjustments.
  6. Create a Club Charter (Click here to view sample charter). The CSP will give you more information about this after your application has been approved.
  7. Submit the club charter to the Coordinator of Student Programming and the Director of Leadership Development and Student Engagement for approval.
  8. You will be contacted if your charter is approved, and with information regarding your next steps.
  9. Please note: Clubs can officially begin during the first week of each semester. You can still go through each of the above steps anytime during the school year, but your club will not be able to officially begin until the first week of the semester.

 

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