By ALEXANDRA STAVROULLAKIS
Extracurricular activities have always been a large part of college life and Niagara College offers many activities for students.
Some students take advantage of the various sports programs offered by the college. Others may attend entertainment events throughout the school year.
However, students have a variety of interests the college may not offer directly.
One major way the college’s Student Administrative Council (SAC) offers students the opportunity to explore their interests is through the formation of differentstudent clubs.
The college allows students who are interested in exploring their own passions to meet in a group environment, and meet like-minded individuals who share similar interests.
“We really try to support the clubs, we like when students get involved,” says Daniela Cortes, 19, director of clubs and volunteers at the college’s Welland campus.
“We have a variety of clubs students are more than welcome to join. If there isn’t a club with their specific interest, students can start their own club.”
Niagara College club application forms are available on the SAC website at ncsac.ca along with a list of clubs currently active within the school.
To start your own club, the first thing you will need is enough memberstwo executive members, eight general members and a faculty member.
“We have had many different clubs in the past, like Game Development Club, where students meet to create their own video game, or Cheer Dance Club, where students get together to support the sports teams at games by cheering them on.” says Cortes. “We even have the Green Energy club, who want to promote cleaner, more efficient energy,” says Cortes.
The college supports clubs financially as well; each club is reimbursed for club expenses to a maximum of $300.
“You are coming to school doing what you like, and best of all, the school is helping you,” says Cortes.
One of the few rules for starting a college-sanctioned club is that it must be open to any Niagara College student interested in joining; discriminatory admission policies are not permitted.
“I know we at SAC want students to have a great time in college. Clubs are a great way to get involved and showcase your passions,” says Cortes.
Club fairs take place at the beginning of each semester, says Cortes. Club fairs give students a chance to look at clubs currently active on campus.
“Requirements for the clubs are very easy to accomplish, club kits are available online, and within SAC we are willing to review any club submissions and will try our best to get the club up and running,” says Cortes.
Club application forms are available online and at the SAC offices located at either of the campuses.
N003, lower level at the Niagara-on-the-Lake campus and SA205 in Welland between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Niagara College student clubs are open to all students year round.
If you want more information on clubs, visit the SAC website at ncsac.ca, call (905) 735-2211, ext. 7664. You can also stop by one of the SAC offices.
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