Clubs

Club Day 21014

Inter Club Council (ICC) - Club Government

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 3 p.m. in the Toyon Room, 2020, located in the Campus Center.

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.

  • Clubs can be activated and reactivated during the first five weeks of the quarter.

  • On average, ICC includes 60 active clubs per quarter.

ICC also sponsors two quarterly Club Days during the third week of each quarter, which gives 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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Contacts
VP of ICC: Ebrahim Feghhi
Phone: (650) 215-8631
E-Mail: efeghhi@gmail.com
Location: ASFC Office, Campus Center, Room 2011

ICC Advisor: Erin Clifford Ortiz
Call: (650) 949-7060
E-mail:
ortizerin@foothill.edu
Location:
Student Activities Office, Campus Center, 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 clubs focus on student interests in art, athletics, careers, diversity, education, politics, religion, service, and special interests.

Note: Clubs hibernate during the Summer Quarter. See club list for 2017: PDF


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

ICC Step to Start a Club

ICC HandbookStart or Reactivate a Club

If there isn't a club that suits your needs, you can start a new club!

To activate or reactive a club, follow these steps when completing the Activation/Reactivation Form. You'll find the form on page 7 in the ICC Handbook.

Download the ICC Handbook (PDF)
5.9 MB, 41 Pages

  1. Obtain the valid ID #s and email addresses of five preliminary members.

  2. Recruit a faculty/staff member to be an advisor. He or she would need to agree to be on campus for official club meetings, to attend club events, and also be responsible for overseeing your club budget. Ask her/him to approve your Activation/Reactivation/Recommitment Form by 2 p.m. on any Monday during the first four weeks of the quarter.

  3. Appoint a club ICC respresentative who will be responsible for attending weekly ICC meetings on Tuesdays at 2 p.m. in the Campus Center Toyon Room (Room 2020).

  4. Be certain that your club's ICC representative attends the ICC meeting to ensure that the ICC votes for your club's official activation/reactivation. The ICC representative's weekly leadership role is to be the public relations representative, activity and funding paperwork processor and presenter, and to give weekly reports to and from the club.