YOUR CLUBS

Why Would I Want to Join a Club?

Joining a club opens up many opportunities and allows for a balance with between academic life and extra-curricular activities. With close to 200 clubs to choose from, there is something for everyone! The easiest way to get involved with a club is during Clubs Week, which takes place in September each year. Clubs Week showcases all of the clubs and provides students with the opportunity to learn more about the opportunities available with each club.

Policy Handbook

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New Club Applications
Can’t find the club for you? Start your own! The USC welcomes new clubs to campus every year. Gain leadership skills while bringing students together with a common interest.

Documents

Application: Click Here
New Club Mandate: Click Here

Club Member
As a club member, you have the option to attend the clubs meetings and events. You will also have the opportunity to meet new people who share your interests, and become more involved in your Western community! 

Club Executive Member
At this level, you are a member of the clubs executive team and help to organize and plan the different events and activities that occur within the club throughout the year. This is a great opportunity to meet new people, gain interpersonal skills and become deeply involved with the club. Executives are primarily selected at the end of the academic year, however many additional opportunities are also advertised during Clubs Week in September.

Declan
Hodgins

associate VP, clubs

I provide support and direction to the USC Clubs System, including Clubs Week, Club Town Halls, Clubs Appreciation, Clubs ratification and Clubs policy procedures.

Shari
McIntyre

student organizations advisor

I liaise with clubs, faculties, Deans, vendors and businesses when reviewing and processing event proposals.

Saku
Seneviratne

COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR

I provide information and support to student organizations relating to event planning, risk management, and grants.