Life after high school can be hard for some. Students often feel lost in the vastness of the university and have a difficult time finding that niche where they feel they belong
So what is there to do for students who feel disconnected to their college? The Campus Clubs have an answer just for you. “It’s a way to get involved and help make your school work be something that you can look forward too,” said Tricia Wagner, Club Office Assistant.
With as many as 160 clubs that fit into several categories such as politics, social awareness, athletic, ethnic /cultural, plus many more, there shouldn’t a hassle finding a club that fits your interests.
1. To join any club obtain a club list at the club office, located LC 101a. There you can obtain the contact information for any of the clubs.
2. If there isn’t already a club suited for your style then there is a way for you to start your own.
a. Six students are required to start a club. The president can be one of the six initial students and must be a full time student. Each club must also have an advisor who is a campus faculty member. The appropriate forms can be found at uvu.edu/clubs and must be filled out and turned in.
Sept. 6th and 7th is Club Rush from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. which will include clubs booths set up in the courtyard for students to investigate the various clubs and find the one that is right for them.