Clubs and Organizations
Out-of-class learning and growth experiences involve participation in student organizations. Appalachian State University boasts over 200 clubs and organizations. You are encouraged to contact the organizations you are interested in through the information provided here.
Clubs and organizations are required to
- have a faculty advisor
- have a club constitution
- register with the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership each fall semester
- provide CSIL with updated information when new officers have been elected
Visit ASU's Club Council web page for information on:
- Who is your Club Council?
- How to start a new club on campus
- Club allocations
For more specific information click on one or more of the links below:2012-2013 Club Guidelines Online Club and Organization Directory Leadership 101 Leadership Team Resource Library Student Development Record If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Center at 262-6252 and ask for Terri Miller (Club Directory, Student Development Record, Leadership Resource Library) or Kim Mitchell (Guidelines, Leadership 101, Leadership Team, Club Council).