Want to take your leadership to the next level? Don't see a club community that you're interested in? Start a new club at Seattle U! We can help you through the process, walk you through the club orientation, and help you be successful in your journey. Learn more here and feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
Start a club with as few as six current students, a faculty advisor, and a club constitution.
Join a community of clubs on campus making an impact on our campus culture.
As a club leader, you're able to make a difference in the lives of others.
Before you get started, a few things to be aware of as you start your club.
Clubs are highly encouraged to read through and be aware of the Club Handbook (along with any addendum documents). This important Handbook is also available on ConnectSU.
Recognition privileges are in effect annually from the approval date of the application until the end of the academic year. Student clubs must re-apply each year during mid-Spring Quarter for recognition. New student clubs may apply for recognition at any time during the academic year through ConnectSU.
Constitutions should include the following components:
If you need an example of a club constitution, feel free to contact CSI!
Your club advisor serves as a great resource and the official link between the club and Seattle University. Club leaders are encouraged to be in regular communication and consultation with their club advisor. Advisors should be knowledgeable about the club's affairs and offer knowledge/perspective where necessary.
Official faculty or staff advisors must be employed full-time by Seattle University. Half-time faculty, graduate students, or staff members may serve as secondary advisors but not in the primary advisory role.
Officially recognized student clubs at Seattle University enjoy the following benefits:
Assistant Director, Club Support and Leadership