Student Organizations at Diablo Valley College

Student government, clubs, and activities at Diablo Valley College (DVC) are student initiated and run. Involvement in student organizations and activities provides opportunities to develop valuable leadership and interpersonal skills that will benefit the student while at DVC, as well as in the future. Students learn to organize and to work with others, pursue special interests, and make friends.

Student Clubs and the Inter Club Council (ICC)

There are a variety of student clubs at DVC including those that focus on academics/careers; culture/diversity; recreation/sport; religion/spirituality; honor societies; and special interest topics. Students who want to start a new club must:

  • Attend a Club Officer Training workshop at the beginning of the semester
  • Have at least six currently registered DVC students as members
  • Officers must have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA and five units
  • Have an advisor who is a DVC employee (must complete Advisor Orientation)
  • Submit a completed Application for Campus Club by the deadline
  • Submit a Constitution.

 Students who want to reactivate a returning club must:

  • Attend a Club Officer Training workshop at the beginning of the semester
  • Submit a completed Club Renewal form by the deadline
  • Have at least six currently registered DVC students as members
  • Officers must have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA and five units
  • Have an advisor who is a DVC employee (must complete Advisor Orientation)
  • Register for Spring 2017 Club Days

Please visit the Student clubs webpage for additional details. 

Inter Club Council (ICC)

The Inter Club Council (ICC) is recognized and funded by the Associated Students of Diablo Valley College (ASDVC). It consists of elected representatives from the various campus clubs. ICC meetings are held weekly during the semester in the Student Union building. It provides a forum for clubs to discuss upcoming events and ideas, vote on funding proposed events, and collaborate regarding student issues.

All clubs must have a representative attend the Inter-Club Council (ICC) meetings, which are held on Thursdays from 3:30-5 p.m. in the Student Union Conference Room.