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Clubs and Organizations

JOIN OR START A CLUB!

RCC offers a unique and diverse list of many clubs and organizations that you can become involved in to enjoy friendships, make a difference, gain leadership skills and earn volunteer community service hours.  With a huge range in themes from cultural and artistic to political and career centered, there is a place for everyone.  Students have an opportunity to join an existing club as a member or start your own! If interested in finding a club for you, come check out the Inter Club Council meetings or click the club name to the right of this text for more information and to join the club that is perfect for you!​


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STEPS IN FORMING A NEW CLUB OR ORGANIZATION

1. A full-time faculty member must agree to sponsor a specific club/organization and agree to be present at club/organization functions, meetings, and events. Occasionally, two faculty members can agree to cosponsor a club/organization and share the responsibilities.

2. Obtain an “Agreement to Sponsor form” from the Student Activities Office and submit it to the designated Coordinator of Student Activities. When completed, the proposed sponsor’s name will be forwarded to the President of the college (or his designee) for approval of appointment to club/organization sponsorship.

3. Student organizers need to provide a list of no less than seven (7) prospective club members (rosters available in Student Activities Office) and submit it to the designated Coordinator of Student Activities. Co-curricular organizations must submit a list of their members each semester to the Student Activities Office (form available in Student Activities Office).  In order to be a club/organization member, each student must be an active cardholding member of ASRCCD.

4. Student organizers need to write a club constitution (an example form available in Student Activities Office) and submit two typed copies to the designated Coordinator of Student Activities. Student organizers need to write a club constitution (an example form available in Student Activities Office) and submit two typed copies to the designated Coordinator of Student Activities.

5. Work with the faculty advisor to submit R25 Facilities request for the room club meetings will be held in.

  
When the Coordinator of Student Activities has received and approved the following forms, the information will be submitted to the Dean of Student Services and the ASRCC Riverside Campus Senate for final approval:
 
    • Application for Recognition as an RCC Campus Club/Organization
    • Agreement to Sponsor Form for Club/Organization
    • Club Roster Form or Co-curricular Organization Participation List
    • Club Constitution
    • Copy of Facilities Request for club meeting

All campus clubs and organizations are operated under the administrative supervision of the Riverside Campus Dean of Student Services and are sponsored by the Associated Students of Riverside Community College District.

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Riverside Campus: Phone (951) 222-8511

Logging Service/Volunteer Hours

If you serve in an RCC club, you can earn verified volunteer hours needed for transfer, job applications or to boost application and resume appeal.  Any hours you would like to verify as offical volunteer hours need to be logged and submitted for approval each semester.

You must log 50 or more eligible Service/Volunteer hours in order to receive recognition. Please log on to www.rivasrcc.org to create an account and log your hours.  If you have ANY problems or questions please email Deborah.Hall@rcc.edu​.  Please refer to the rivasrcc website for deadlines and important dates.  


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