Learning is more than what takes place inside a classroom. By becoming involved in a club or organization you can learn about parts of yourself you may not have known existed.
When you become involved in clubs and organizations you open up opportunities to:
- Enrich your academic/campus experience
- Make a positive difference on campus and in the community
- Gain skills for use in present and future careers
- Meet new people
- Improve team building, critical thinking, and communication skills
- Learn about diverse cultures and backgrounds
- Interact with faculty, staff, alumni, business and community leaders
- Enhance your resume
With more than 40 student organizations on campus (and new ones added each semester), you're sure to find your fit here. Categories of clubs include: academic, business, cultural, governing, Greek, and special interest. If you have a special interest in something that is not already available we encourage you to start your own club. In the Office of Student Life we have made the process of starting a new club easy to accomplish.
For information about current clubs and organizations at La Verne or how to start your own club, contact Angie Anderson, Club and Organization Advisor at the Office of Student Life at 909.593.3511, Ext. 4473 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2010 - Important Deadlines & Dates:
CLUB ROUNDTABLE: Tuesday, September 14th from 11:00am - 1:00pm in the Campus Center Ballroom-A
(mandatory meeting by at least 1 representative of your club/organization, 2 members maximum please. Important information for your clubs' future)
RECOGNITION Paperwork Deadline:
Friday, September 17th by 12:00pm in the Office of Student Life
. (Strict deadline to ensure your clubs' eligibility to request funds from ASULV)
- ASULV FUNDING PRESENTATIONS SIGN-UPS: Appointments available for your clubs funding request presentation to ASULV. Sign up at the Office of Student Life front desk starting at 12:00pm. First come-first serve.