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Clubs and organizations are an integral part of the Office of Student Life at the University of La Verne. They exist to provide students with an opportunity to engage in a positive collegiate community through co-curricular activity.

The Office of Student Life encourages students to become involved and engaged at the University of La Verne. It is a great way to enhance and develop interpersonal and leadership skills, intensify critical thinking through programming, dialogue, and/or discussion and a great way to become acquainted with others who are interested in similar ideals and activities.

Fall Club Fair

Wednesday, September 5, 2018
Sneaky Park 

An afternoon filled with music, food, and fun!

Club Fair Theme: Fashion Brands

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) has selected this theme to highlight the different aspects of pop culture, such as fashion, social media, food, and music.

CAB will host a club booth competition based on your fashion brand and the information/history you provide to attendees (when the company was originated, founders, philanthropic ties, etc.). You can base your fashion brand off an existing one or completely create one based on the mission of your club. Booth Activity Optional.

Below are some examples of fashion brands that can be represented at Club Fair.

  • TOMS: a philanthropic concept related to the work TOMS does for others;
  • Adidas: an athletic/soccer related activity

Club participation is mandatory in order to be eligible for ASULV Club Funding for the Fall semester. You must have two (2) representatives at your table; booth selection first-come, first-serve and starts at 9:00am. Please reserve your booth no later than noon on Monday, August 20.

If you have questions, please contact the Clubs and Organization Coordinator or Cindy Vallejo.