There are over 200 clubs on campus dedicated to environmental, cultural, political, religious, and recreational causes. Clubs are funded through student fees and receive a stipend from the UVSS every semester. They are free to join and are open to students and community members. From swing dance to game development to the Western Canada Wilderness Committee, there is something for everyone.
If you want to start a new club or have any related questions, check out the FAQ page,or drop by the Board of Directors and Communications Offices in the SUB. Contact the Director of Student Affairs and Chair of Clubs Council (firstname.lastname@example.org) for all club related inquiries.
Clubs also have access to Special Project Grants, which allow them to host special events ranging from Quidditch tournaments to hosting speakers, and are a great way for clubs to enliven the campus community.
Clubs Council meets once a month and is the body responsible for overseeing clubs’ statuses, funding, and special project grants.
CLUBS COUNCIL – 3-5 PM