Club Day 21014

Inter Club Council - Club Government (ICC)

Each campus club linked to the Inter Club Council (ICC) Club Council is required to send a voting representative to the weekly ICC meeting, Tuesdays at 2 p.m. This voting representative acts as the public relations officer, paperwork facilitator, point of contact and liaison between their respective club, ICC and ASFC.

The primary function of the ICC is to provide funding and event clearance in an effective, organized and fair manner so all clubs have the opportunity to thrive.

  • All official club paperwork for funding and events is processed at ICC meetings and due completed Mondays by 2 p.m.
  • Campus clubs reflect a variety of interests of the student body. The list of clubs appeals to a variety of students’ interests, including academic, athletic, community service, cultural, political, religious, social and special interest.
  • For an updated roster of active clubs, contact the ICC or Student Activities Office.
  • Clubs can be activated and reactivated during the first five weeks of the quarter.
  • On average, ICC includes 60 active clubs per quarter.
  • For the ICC active club list, please log on to OrgSync through My Portal.

ICC also sponsors two quarterly Club Days during the third week of each quarter, which give interested students an opportunity to learn about the various clubs on campus and allow clubs to increase their memberships. Funds are available to all active clubs.

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VP of ICC: Begimay Samykbaeva
Phone: (650) 215-8631
Location: Campus Center, Room 2011

Club Advisor: Erin Clifford Ortiz
Call: (650) 949-7060
E-mail: Location: Office of Student Activities, Room 2008
Hours: Mondays – Thursdays, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Fridays, 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Club List
We offer a number of different clubs from which to choose.

Foothill College Club List

Joining a campus club is a great way to enrich your academic experience at Foothill. There are clubs of all types on campus and they change periodically with the changing interests of the student body.

These organizations focus on student interests in career options, multicultural diversity, recreation, sports, crafts, politics, service and social events.

The active club list is updated weekly on OrgSync. Note: Clubs hibernate during the Summer Quarter. See club list for Fall 2016.

Log on to OrgSync with your on-campus Student ID number and MyPortal log-in password to see the active club lists or get a hard copy of the active club list by visiting the Student Activities, Room 2009 in the Campus Center.

Haven't found what you like? Start your own club!

ICC Step to Start a Club

Start or Reactivate a Club

If there isn't a club that suits your needs, you can start a new club. Follow these steps on how to start a club at Foothill College.

  1. Check if the club existed before.
    Q. Who do I talk to?

    A. Visit the Student Activities Office (Campus Center Room 2009) and view the club files to see if your ideal club has existed.
    Contact the ASFC Vice President of Organizations, state the purpose of the club. You can either e-mail her or find her in the ASFC Office to talk in person.

  2. Find a Foothill staff/faculty member as your club advisor.
    Q: What does the advisor have to do?
    A.The advisor has to agree to be on campus for the official club meetings and events, and the advisor will also be responsible for overseeing the finances of the club with the accountant. Download the Advisor Responsibilities Form.

  3. Obtain the valid student IDs of five preliminary members.
    Q: Is there a requirement for those 5 student numbers?
    A. Those five ID numbers should belong to students who agree to be the initial members for the club and have paid off their student body fee for the current quarter.

  4. If the club has never existed before, fill up Activation/Reactivation form. If not, fill up the Recommitment Form instead.
    Q: Where do I find the form?
    A. 1. Log on to your On the right side of the top of the page, click under My Memberships and select Organizations Board of Directors.
    2. Go under Forms, and then click into the form called Activation/Reactivation.
    NOTE: You can only active/reactive a club for the first five weeks of a quarter.

  5. Get approval from your advisor.
    Q: How does that work?
    A.. Once you submit the Activation/Reactivation form, the system will send your advisor a notification e-mail. Make sure you inform your advisor to log in to his/her OrgSync and approve the form by Monday @ 12:30 p.m.

  6. Appoint your OBD Representative.
    Q: What is an ICC Rep.?
    A. An ICC Representative serves as the liaison between ICC, ASFC and the club. Make sure a club representative attends ICC meetings (from week 2 to week 10) on every Tuesdays from 2 p.m. in the Toyon Room. NOTE: 3 absences of the ICC Rep. will result the club to be put on suspension status.

  7. More information and paperwork in the ICC Leaders & Advisors Handbook.
    Q: What should be included in the constitution?
    A. You can find a template on OrgSync, located under theOrganizations Board of Directors’s Forms section. For more information about how to create a constitution, you can also download the Club Handbook.