Campus Life & Community
Expand your horizons, join a club or organization! With more than 100 unique student clubs & organizations, there’s a place for you at STLCC. We offer students the opportunity to explore interests, make new friends, and showcase leadership.
Student Engagement Mission
Student Engagement is dedicated to fostering fellowships, promoting personal and professional skill development, and creating an entertaining and exciting environment for students through co-curricular programming and excellent customer service.
Important Student Club & Organization Dates
- Sept. 7 held virtually at 3 p.m.
- Sept. 7 in Student Center 031
- Feb. 8 at 3 p.m. in Student Center 125
- Sept. 7
- 1st Friday of every month at 1 p.m. in Student Center, PDR-C
- 2023 Spring semester: Feb. 3, March 3, April 7, May 5
- 1st Friday of every month at 1 p.m. in Student Center 031 or Student Center 032
- 2022 Fall Semester: Oct. 7, Nov. 4, Dec. 2
- 2nd Wednesday of every month at 2 p.m. in Student Center 125 for the spring semester
- 2023 Spring Semester: Feb. 8, March 1, April 12
- March 1 will be in the Club Room (Student Center 220)
- 2023 Spring Semester: Feb. 22 and April 26 held virtually at 3 p.m.
- 2022 Fall Semester: Dec. 2 at 12 p.m. in Student Center 032
- 2023 Spring Semester: Feb. 15 and April 19 at 2 p.m., Student Center 125
SABC meeting dates are TBD
Recognition of Student Clubs & Organizations
Recognition is the process through which a student club/organization receives an “active” status within the Campus Life department and the College. Only recognized student clubs/organizations will be able to utilize the College facilities and receive College funds.
Club/Organization Recognition Process
- Obtain and fill-out required forms
- Return completed forms to the Campus Life office.
- Attend the mandatory Student Organization Summit to review your materials, and to receive important information regarding the space request process, fundraising rules, budget request procedures, monthly meeting requirements, and mandatory leadership workshops.
- The Campus Life office will review the materials and inform you, in writing, of the status of your club.
Every prospective student organization/club must submit the following information each semester to the Campus Life Office to be considered active:
- STLCC Organization Officer Membership Form
- Advisor Agreement Form
- Student Club Calendar of Events
- Attend the Student Organization Summit (SOS)*
*this is mandatory
To create a new student club, you must submit the following information to the Campus Life Office:
Budget Forms | Student Activities Board Committee (SABC) Request
Use these forms to request money for club activities.
Student Advisor Monthly Event Submission
Use these forms to submit club and organization events and activities from the last month
Event Request Forms
Use these forms to request permission to hold an event.
Catering Request Forms
Use these forms to request food/catering for your event
Club Supply Request Forms
Use these forms to request supplies for clubs
Event Substitute Chaperone Forms
Use these forms to submit a substitute chaperone for events
- Request for Travel Authorization (PDF)
- Emergency Contact Form (PDF)
- Temporary Procurement Cardholder Memorandum of Understanding (PDF)
- Cost Breakdown
- Trip Chaperone Agreement form
- Release and Waiver of Liability - Field Trip (PDF)
- Student Behavioral Guidelines and Contract
- Request for Approval to Operate a College Vehicle
- STLCC Trip Optimizer Worksheet for Enterprise Partnership
- Upward Bound Program Field Trip Waiver
- Statement of Services Rendered (PDF)
- Fundraising Form
Show-off Your Talents
Experience everything STLCC has to offer and get involved in STLCC sports, visual arts and/or performing arts.
Campus Life Events
Contact a Campus Life Office
Student Center 237
Student Center 101A
Student Center 221
Student Services Center