Student Activities Coordinator

Student Activities Coordinator's
Spring 2014 office days and hours:

Office Days:

  • Monday through Thursday

 

Open hours/drop-in times

  • Monday: 10:30a.m. - 11:30a.m.
  • Tuesday: 2:00p.m. - 4:00p.m.
  • Wednesday: 2:00p.m. - 3:00p.m.


Meetings

  • Student Life Office Staff Meeting - Wednesday: 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
  • Ways and Means Committee - TBA
  • InterClub Council - Thursday: 3:30 - 5 p.m.
  • InterClub Council Executive Meeting - TBA


For questions/concerns or appointments outside of these times, please email Sara at slarkin@dvc.edu.



Club resources
The Student Activities Coordinator assists in managing the club program. The Coordinator manages the club registration process, works with students to start new clubs, provides training to club officers on how to effectively run their clubs, and assists the clubs with their event planning.
Please see our handout on Frequently Asked Questions regarding starting a new club or renewing an existing club, or general club related questions.

Advisor resources
The Student Activities Coordinator also provides training to faculty and staff who serve as club advisors. All DVC clubs are required to have at least one advisor. Advisors can be full- or part-time faculty or staff. If you are interested in serving as an advisor, please email the Student Activities Coordinator. New club advisors must participate in a club advisor orientation session (contact Student Activities Coordinator at ext. 24269 for next scheduled orientation).  Returning club advisors must view our online ProfCast advisor orientation (QuickTime file) and meet with the Student Activities Coordinator to be updated on any changes in program procedures.

Returning advisor training video (Quicktime player download if needed)

Inter-Club Council resources
The Student Activities Coordinator serves as the advisor to the Inter-Club Council (ICC). Each active club is required to have a representative on the ICC. The ICC meets weekly to discuss club activities, share information, and vote on requests for funding.

 

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