Active vs. Interest Clubs
A club that is considered a “Active Club” is a club that actively participates in fundraisers, events, club meetings, and other big activities. These clubs are required to meet once a month and will be required to submit monthly meeting minutes. These are the requirements of active clubs:
● Faculty advisor who is present at meetings and club activities.
● Required on-campus meeting every month
● Written minutes must be submitted for every meeting
A club that is considered a “Interest Club” is a club that solely gets together with members who share a similar interest to the mission of the club. (For example, Surf Club is comprised of people who like to surf.) These clubs do not spend money and generally don’t need to fundraise. These are the requirements of interest clubs:
● Faculty advisor who supports the club and attends its meetings.
● Club Gathering Summary required at the end of each club activity.
● Minutes are only required for occasional disbursements the club needs to make.