Campus Life Club Leader Resources
For information on clubs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Madison Miyakawa, email@example.com.
Club Leader Resources
|Fall Club Officers Meeting*||September 1, 2022|
|Athletic Club Safety Meeting*||September 1, 2022|
|Community Picnic*||September 8, 2022|
|Fall Applications Open||November 2022|
|Fall Applications Due||November 2022|
|Spring Club Officers Meeting*||TBD|
|Cupcakes and Clubs*||January 2023|
|Spring Applications Open||March 2023|
|Spring Applications Due||April 2023|
* Required event. Not having club representation will will result in automatic forfeiture of your club status and any remaining budgeted dollar.
^ All approved chartered clubs requesting a budget will need to meet with the Clubs Council. Failure to meet with the Clubs Council will result in the club not receiving a budget.
Don't hesitate to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions on this process. We are eager to see the positive contribution your club could make to the Westmont community!
In order to be considered for official recognition, every student club must have a full-time faculty or staff member as an advisor. The advisor is an integral part of every campus organization and should be carefully selected to be able to provide assistance and time to support the needs of the club that they are sponsoring. The advisor and club officers share responsibility to WAC and to Westmont College. The advisor's responsibilities are described below:
Advisors are responsible to Westmont College for the upholding of all college and Campus Life policies and procedures. This includes the Community Life Statement, club requirements and college fundraising guidelines.
Advisors are responsible for serving as a resource to help in resolving problems and issues confronting the club.
Advisors are responsible for making times available when club members can consult with them.
Advisors are expected to review club funding requests exceeding $200 and to discuss budgets with club officers.
Advisors should be active in mentoring the leadership of the club for which they advise. It is strongly recommended that club advisors meet with club leaders on a monthly basis at minimum.
Advisors are recommended to assist the club in identifying its yearly goals and aiding in the clarification of member and officer responsibilities within the group.
Advisors may provide assistance in the smooth transition of the club from year to year.
I understand that I must notify the club officers and the WAC Clubs Coordinator if, for any reason, I am unable to continue with my advising responsibilities.
Thank you for considering serving as an advisor to a campus club. Please contact Clubs (email@example.com) or the Associate Director of Campus Life (Madison Miyakawa; firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.