The official Club Application window is coming soon, but the link will be provided to the public beforehand. Please contact Club Co-Officers Dylan Abernathy & Ava Burnett at if you have any questions regarding clubs this fall.
Want to know if there is a student organization for your interest? Trying to start your own student organization? Check out the Registering info page.
New student organizations must apply to be registered with LCC through the ASB. Applications will be considered during the first four weeks of every semester.
WHY REGISTER AS A STUDENT CLUB?
All student organizations, both new and returning, are required to register with the ASB once per academic semester. If an organization does not register, benefits such as accessing financial accounts and reserving campus space are “frozen”. Learn more about the registration process and deadlines on the Registering info page.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE SCHOOL-SPONSORED? WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
Once registered with the ASB, student clubs have the ability to apply for an additional level of recognition: School Sponsorship. This opportunity is available to all organizations fulfilling the criteria. Benefits include:
- Eligibility to have an ASB financial account that holds funds.The advisor is required to sign all deposit slips, check requests and PO’s. All check requests and PO’s must be accompanied with proper club meeting minutes. Club funds may NOT be used/spent/donated to charities or non-profit organizations.
- Eligibility to hold events both on and off-campus, however, a staff advisor must be present at ALL meetings, events, and activities. All events must be pre-approved by ASB with all the necessary paperwork on file.
- Eligibility to advertise club information (eg. meetings, events, & activities).
- Eligibility to fundraise on-campus, however, an approved cashbox must be checked-out and returned to the ASB Finance Office.
Some criteria for school-sponsored clubs include: interest clubs in nature (academic, common interest, CIF sports only), cannot advocate for a specific religious, political, or philosophical ideal, and may use the school name to identify the club.