Inter Club Council (ICC) and Clubs
Foothill College Clubs
Foothill Family At Its Finest
Spring 2021 Club List
Spring Club Day Conference
Wednesday, April 14
Are you seeking student engagement, empowerment, Foothill family and fun? Are you searching for social outlets and networking opportunities?
Activating/Reactivating or joining a club can increase your transfer, job and internship options while you learn, practice and or enhance your basic business practices, power skills including communication, cultural competency, collaboration, leadership, advocacy and much more!
Join us for the conference-style spring quarter Club Day event. We have a fantastic lineup of more than 30 club representatives who will be presenting 20-minute workshops and informational sessions about their club's mission, membership details, and much more!
Come ask questions, learn more about student engagement on campus, and join at least one club, 1=1. For more information about quarterly Club Day, our past 225 clubs and our current 40 clubs, see more info.
What is ICC?
The Inter Club Council (ICC) is Foothill College’s club government council. The ICC members gather weekly in a meeting to present paperwork and collaborate. The ICC club community, collaboration, culture, and communication hub is a retention board for clubs to make announcements, experience club cross-collaboration, and host equity, engagement, and empowerment guest speakers. It allows the open door for students to learn, practice, and enhance basic business practices, power skills, communications, cultural competency, financing, event coordinating, parliamentary, and much more!
Throughout Foothill College’s history, ICC has had over 250 clubs, with an average of 100 per school with an average of 50 in Fall, 60 in Winter, and 70 in Spring Quarter. Historically, clubs include different focuses such as academic, career, cultural, departmental, educational, empowerment, equity, recreational, religious, social, and special interest.
What is an ICC Representative?
The ICC Rep. is a currently enrolled Foothill College student leader (who has paid their OwlCard fee) who is elected or appointed to be the public information office for the club and the contact sheet public contact person. Initially, the ICC Rep. is the self-appointed person who submits the Activation/Re Form and presents their club for initial activation/reactivation (within the first 4-5 weeks of the quarter). After becoming a club, all have 4 weeks to brainstorm and create or revisit their constitution to create positions, a more elaborated purpose statement, perks and membership requirements if beyond the ICC Rep.
ICC Reps. present ICC Fund Requests and Activity Petitions (2 weeks prior to the event date) during the weekly ICC meetings. All paperwork is due completed 24 hours prior to meeting via SmartSheets.
How do I start a club?
First, enroll at Foothill College and pay your OwlCard Student ID fees which funds our sponsor, the Associated Students of Foothill College (ASFC) and our beloved clubs. Then, see if it is already active, via the current club contact sheet and join it! If not, see if it is on the all inclusive list which includes the past 220 clubs that have had accounts, the All Past and Current Club List. If it is there, you can reactivate it. If not, you can use the same form to activate it. All new clubs have an account open and $50 start up funds placed in it after they submit their constitution within the first month of existing.
Virtual Campus Events
See our Campus Events Calendar for our upcoming virtual events.
Activate, Reactivate or Join a Club
Follow these 5 steps in order to create and run a successful club!
To join a club anytime, contact the ICC Rep. to ask when they allow new members and what the membership and voting rights requirments are as indicated on their consitution, via the Active Club List. NOTE: The list will be updated after the first ICC meeting of each quarter.
Campus clubs are funneled through and funded by the Inter-Club Council (ICC) through the Associated Students of Foothill College (ASFC) OwlCard quarterly basic fee. Each club is required to send a voting representative to the weekly ICC meeting to maintain voting and account access.
ICC meets on Tuesdays at 3 p.m. For Zoom access, email Erin Ortiz at email@example.com.
Josh Contreras, ICC VP
Our ASFC Office is open virtually.
Student Activities Office Contact
ERIN ORTIZ, Student Activities Specialist and ICC Advisor
VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS