Student clubs and organizations provide students at Skagit Valley College with the opportunities to become leaders on and off campus as community activists and innovators. Clubs provide an arena for students to learn life skills such as negotiating, public speaking, planning, organizing and budgeting—all essential skills in today’s society. The opportunity to work and interact with faculty, staff and administrators is another advantage of being involved on campus. Besides what is noted above, clubs serve as a social outlet where students can have fun and build relationships that often last a lifetime.
For more detailed information about forming a club at Mount Vernon Campus, visit the Student Center for Leadership, Diversity and Involvement at the Cardinal Center in C-190 or email Student Life.
For more detailed information about forming a club at Whidbey Island Campus, visit the visit the Whidbey Island Campus Student Life Office in Old Main, Room 2, or contact Raynette Parks at email@example.com or call (360) 679.5303.
If you are considering taking on the leadership role of club advisor, the SOAR Advisor Manual should provide guidance.
If you wish to start a new club, an authorized club representative needs to fill out and submit the Student Club Program Roster Form.