Being a part of a co-curricular group, organization, or club (COCC) is a fun way to meet other students, serve your community, broaden your horizons, learn how to do something new, or practice what you love. Students also build and strengthen leadership, organizational, problem solving and teamwork skills.
Are you wondering what the difference is between a co-curricular, organization and a club? Co-curriculars are student groups usually led by a faculty member and tied to instruction. Organizations are student-formed groups with a larger affiliation to a state or national organization. Clubs are student-led groups whose program aims at the promotion of a special interest, occupation or field of study.
How to Start a CCOC
If you're interested in starting a CCOC on campus, you've found the right place! Complete the ASLCC Application for Chartering a Co-Curricular Group, Organization or Club (CCOC) and turn it into Justin Ford in the Student Activities Office, located downstairs in the Student Center.
Instructions on how to reserve entertainment and rooms, make travel arrangements and
ASLCC: Instructions for Advisors (also opens Performance Agreement Contract).
|The Salal Review|
|Symphonic & Jazz Band|
|Campus Christian Club|
|Global Medical Brigade|
|Phi Theta Kappa|
|Student Nurses Organization|
|American Sign Language Club|
|The Boardgame Club||Jennifer Houge|
|Brotherhood of Games||Michal-Ann Watts|
|Computer Science Club||David Rosi|
|Electric Vehicle Club|
|Longboarding Club||Jim Franz|
|Science Fiction Club|