Clubs and Organizations
Student Government – Associated Students of Fullerton College
Student clubs and organizations are a branch of the Associated Students of Fullerton College, however, Student Life and Leadership provides support and assistance to all clubs and organizations by sharing relevant information and coordinating student activities which encourages, engages, and embraces the diverse spectrum of shared interests (cultural, academic, social, personal, professional, etc.) among clubs and organizations. Student life and leadership are a necessary part of learning “outside of the classroom” in the completion of each student’s educational and personal growth. Programs, services and hands-on experiences are planned with sufficient variety and provide an opportunity for all to participate.
All officially recognized clubs and organizations that have been approved by Associated Students at Fullerton College must abide by the policies, procedures, and guidelines of Associated Students (A.S.), Fullerton College, and the North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD), including the Standards of Student Conduct and Discipline. Student clubs and organizations are subject to the approval, guidance, and regulation of the Associated Students of Fullerton College.
Officially chartered clubs and organizations must meet the following eligibility requirements for student elected and appointed positions: (1) the student shall be enrolled in the community college at the time of election, and throughout their term, with a minimum of five (5) semester units, or its equivalent; (2) returning and transfer students shall have completed five (5) or more units with at least a 2.0 grade point average in the previous semester in which the student was enrolled in five (5) or more units; (3) returning and transfer students shall be enrolled in and complete five (5) units with at least a 2.0 grade point average during the semester in which the person is a candidate; (4) returning and transfer students shall not be or have not been on disciplinary probation or suspension during the semester in which the person is a candidate; and (5) new student or any student who has been enrolled in and completed a semester of five (5) or more units of college work must have achieved at least a 2.0 grade point average in their senior year of high school. All elected student leaders while in office shall maintain enrollment in five (5) or more units with at least a 2.0 grade point average throughout the semester in which the person holds office.