A club or Chartered Organization (CO for short) is a group of ten or more students who gather together for a shared purpose. They meet regularly and hold events for the benefit of their members.
Clubs only exist in order to serve the interests of the students who start them and who join them. Their purpose, mission and/or goals are usually laid out in their constitution, an important document that describes the club and how it works. A group of students might decide to start a club associated with their program of study in order to gain experience, discover networking opportunities or create support. Perhaps students may form a cultural or religious based club for social and educational purposes. Or maybe a group of students join together because they share a common hobby or purpose.
HOW TO START A CLUB
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3
- Find one (1) common interest or belief that you share with at least ten other students.
- Pick up a clubs package at any SA office. Make sure to make two (2) copies. One to keep for your records and one to submit.
- Submit your completed package to any of our three (3) SA offices.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
St. James Campus, 200 King Street East. Room 147
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There’s more to college than just courses and programs. George Brown has a huge range of clubs for you to follow your interests — or find new ones — beyond the classroom.