MANAGING YOUR STUDENT CLUB

 

NEED HELP WITH OFFICER TRANSITIONS AND ELECTIONS?

Each RSO is required to have a Club President, however, multiple Club Leaders are recommended. One of the best ways to transition members into officer positions is through a democratic election. Here, you can see the insight of all your club members, and have a fair election. An election is the most popular and effective way to transition members to officer positions. An election is not required, though. Club leaders may choose to appoint officer positions to members that stand out or would fit the role better. When registering your club, make sure that your are specifying how you are going to transition members to officer positions. That is part of your Club Constitution.

DO I NEED TO RENEW MY STUDENT CLUB EVERY YEAR?

 

All existing clubs are required to renew their clubs every year. This can be done on the Club Application Form.

MY CLUB IS REGISTERED AND APPROVED, BUT I WANT TO CHANGE ITS NAME OR CONSTITUTION.

 

In order to change this information, please contact the ASB Club Co-Officers at clubs@lccasb.com.

HOW DO I CHANGE MY CLUB'S FACULTY ADVISOR OR MEETING LOCATION?

 

In order to change this information, please contact the ASB Club Co-Officers at clubs@lccasb.com.

HOW DO I CONTACT MY CLUB MEMBERS AS AN OFFICER?

 

There are numerous ways you can contact your club members. As an officer, it is crucial to have some form of communication because if your club is not contacting your members, ASB may "freeze" your club until you resolve those issues.

Some applications that we recommend are: Remind (this is a more formal way of contacting and can have up to 150 members on a free plan), Snapchat (this is one of the more popular forms of communication, but it may not be accessible to all), and GroupMe (this is the most effective way of communicating because it can be accessed on a computer or phone and can be downloaded on any app store).

BUSINESS & GENERAL

INFORMATION

PUBLIC AFFAIRS & MEDIA INQUIRIES

CLUB INFORMATION &

INQUIRIES

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info@lccasb.com

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1 Maverick Way,

Carlsbad, CA 92009

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publicaffairs@lccasb.com

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clubs@lccasb.com

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