ASEAC Clubs

ASEAC-Sponsored Clubs on Campus

Student clubs partially-funded by ASEAC meet the following criteria:

  • Have a constitution
  • Hold regular meetings
  • Have elected officers
  • Prepare financial reports
  • Prepare agendas and minutes for all meetings
  • Send a representative to Student Council each week
  • Participate in football and basketball homecoming
  • Do a service project each semester

 

To Start an ASEAC Club

If there is a group of at least 10 students interested in forming an ASEAC-recognized and supported club, you can get more information by doing one of the following:

  • Ask for Club Start-Up Info in the Student Life Office or the Game Room
  • Attend a Student Council Meeting at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesdays
  • Contact the ASEAC Executive Assistant

See "Clubs on Campus" for more information about the responsibilities of an  ASEAC-recognized and supported club.

 

Types of Clubs That are Typically Active Each Year

  • Academic Honorary: Phi Theta Kappa, Physics, Most Excellent Club of Earth & Space Science
  • Athletic: Gila Force
  • Communicative: Oasis Yearbook
  • Fine Arts: Band, Choir, Dance, Drama, Orchestra
  • Cultural: HOLA, Intertribal Club, International Club, Polynesian Club, Black Student Union
  • Occupational: Criminal Justice Student Association, Student Nurses' Association
  • Political: Republicans, Democrats
  • Public Relations:  Advance Team
  • Spirit: Cheerleaders, Rowdy Reptiles
  • Religious: Newman Center for Catholic Students, Latter-day Saints Student Association
  • Social:  Mark Allen Hall, Nellie Lee Hall, Residence Towers, Outdoor Club