University Center Student Activities provides a wide variety of locations and options to promote their efforts, and maintain the beauty of the campus while ensuring that information about club events and programming is distributed widely. All marketing flyers and information messages must be approved by SA Marketing. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please allow two days for approval. (Ideally Student clubs will submit their request 3 weeks before the proposed event date)
Review our answers to some of the most frequently asked questions related to club/organization programming at AU. Can't find your answer here? Send your question via email to email@example.com. You can request to meet with a University Center Staff advisor or just receive an email response. We look forward to hearing from you!
Student run organizations are akin to social movements and civic organizations. Student-run clubs are often formed in response to a students need for community, connection, or outreach towards an identity or issue of personal concern.
The success of a student club is measured by the success of the small leadership team. Because of the self-governing, and highly autonomous leadership structures of student run clubs, leaders must recruit (and often hold elections for) volunteer leaders, develop their capacity for making decisions about organizational governance, and create organizational structures for engaging additional volunteers in the work of the group.
The following guidelines can provide both new and seasoned student organization leaders a series of best practices they can add to their toolkit to build better organizations.