General Information
Sample Constitution
Probationary Status

 

 

 

 

 

The Spring Prospective Club Recognition Process begins on Thursday, January 2, 2017.  Please click the link in the yellow box to learn about the process.  Thanks to all who participated in the Fall Prospective Club Recognition Process.

There are more than 440 recognized clubs and organizations at Notre Dame. You are encouraged to check this list of current student clubs to see if there is one with a similar purpose.  Not finding a group that matches your interests? All of the details you need for submitting a prospective club proposal can be found here.

Before you begin, please consider all of the information provided below. Submitting a complete proposal for a new club is not an overnight process. The information below includes details regarding required paperwork and meetings. All of the information submitted in association with your proposal will be closely reviewed.

FALL 2016 AND SPRING 2017
RECOGNITION
INFORMATION
click on Fall 2016 for information about the current process,
and Spring 2017 if you are looking for the Spring Semester information

 

Club Officers and Membership

Club Budget, Accounting, and Membership Dues

Reminders

From the Club Coordination Council, Information (CCC) on their Approval Process

Proposed clubs which meet University stipulations for recognition will continue through the process as follows:

  1. The Club Coordination Council (CCC) is notified that the club meets University stipulations so that the CCC can review the club and place the club in a division.
  2. If the CCC determines that an existing group already fulfills the purpose of the prospective club, a reevaluation with the SAO occurs. The CCC will evaluate potential club Constitutions, Purpose Statements, suggested major events, and intended audience/constituency on campus and compare these with existing clubs in their determination.
  3. If the CCC determines that the club is not justified or warranted (for example: the group does not need club recognition to serve its purpose), a reevaluation with the SAO occurs.
  4. The CCC notifies the SAO of the club's placement within a division. The SAO notifies club officers and advisors of approval for probationary status by letter. The CCC is copied on the letter. An account with the Student Union Treasurer's Office will be set up and a netID for the group will be requested.
  5. The terms and expectations of new club probationary status are outlined here.