Clubs offer the exciting possibility for anyone to leave their individualized mark on the SPU community in a very personalized way, and to get involved with ASSP and campus culture.
Student clubs at SPU may become official ASSP clubs by applying for and becoming registered with the Committee for Student Clubs (CSC). Registration shall entitle these organizations to ASSP services, including recognition in student publications and possibly fiscal support from ASSP. For application and club continuance contact the Vice President of Clubs and Activities (VPCA).
For purposes of ASSP, a club is defined as a group of undergraduate students that meets regularly for a specific purpose and shares a common interest. Officially registered clubs must meet criteria set forth in this section.
A new student club seeking official registration shall first have met the following prerequisites:
After meeting prerequisites, a club may apply to the Committee for Student Clubs for Official recognition. Such application shall include the following:
CSC reserves the right to register clubs based on the club's general appropriateness as an ASSP club. Clubs who apply for, but do not receive official registration may appeal the decision of CSC to Senate. Senate may reverse a decision of CSC by a majority vote.
When you get involved with a club you instantly have a group of friends who share a common interest with you. It is a wonderful way to meet new people and get involved on this campus.