Establishing a New Student Organization

Establishing a New Student Organization

Congratulations on taking the first step toward making your college experience even more rewarding by initiating a new student organization at CPCC. Please follow the instructions below for establishing a new student organization on campus.

PLEASE NOTE: Student Life is no longer accepting applications for new Student Clubs and Organizations after Friday, March 21, 2014 for the rest of the 2013-2014 academic year. Please contact Jenn Marts if you have any questions regarding a new student club at CPCC. We are happy to accept your application to establish a new Student Organization in Fall 2014!

Step 1. Submit an Application for New Student Organization Recognition.  Student Life staff will review and be in touch with you regarding next steps.


**Prior to completing the following steps, please read the
Student Organization EXPLORE Handbook

for more detailed information regarding new student organizations**


Step 2. Secure ten (10) charter members who are currently enrolled curriculum students at CPCC (see New Student Organization Charter Roster in Step 3), and at least one (1) full time faculty or staff advisor.  Advisors must complete an Advisor Agreement.  (Found below in step 3.)

Step 3. Submit the following Student Organization documents to Jenn Marts in Student Life:

 

Step 4. Once the above steps have been completed and all documents have been submitted, the Student Government Association will schedule a time for you to present your new student organization proposal.  The SGA meets once a month to review new student organization requests, and will schedule those presentations on an as needed basis. Typically, these meetings are the second Wednesday of the month, at 12:30pm. However, this will be confirmed and scheduled with the SGA Public Information Officer. It is mandatory that applicants are present for this meetings.  Student Life staff will be in touch with you about the date of your presentation & review once your application is received.

Step 5. After receiving approval from the Student Government Association, your organization is required to attend student organization and advisor training. Upcoming sessions will be posted on the Student Life Calendar of Events.