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CLOSED FOR COMMENCEMENT ON TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2016.
ASU OFFICE IS LOCATED:
Student Union Building 2nd Floor
9:00 am-7:00 pm
9:00 am-1:00 pm
Inter-Club Council (ICC)
CLUB DAYS FOR 2016-2017
The Inter-Club Council (ICC) is a governing body made-up of one representative from each chartered Los Angeles Valley College club. It is the voice of clubs on campus. ICC provides a forum for discussion and information exchange about upcoming events, and creates an opportunity for clubs to collaborate and work together.
The purpose of the ICC is to generate and support club-based activities and events that enrich the students of LAVC. The council allows club representatives to vote, offer guidance; seek solutions, and express concerns related to student organizations in LAVC. Meetings are open to the public.
Twice a month on Thursdays, 1pm @ Skybox Conference Room (Student Union 2nd floor)
*please check calendar for specific dates*
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This list will be updated in Fall 2016, as clubs submit their paperwork.
Meetings: Adapted Gym, Fridays 12:30 pm
Contact Club Advisor: Dave Mallas – firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a growing population of students at LAVC with special needs. These individuals have abilities, passions, talents, and unique gifts. Our mission is to help provide them with opportunities to grow, express their talents and strengthen their vocational skills in an effort to qualify them for jobs and internships. We also hope to empower our students with special needs through the organization of campus events and fundraisers, while encouraging their involvement in both the community and student body activities. (Voluntary)
Armenian Student Association
Meetings: Campus Center (CC) 104
Contact Club Advisor: Tracy Bachman – email@example.com
To establish a network foundation with other educational institutions. To provide support for student involvement within our community. To develop mentoring programs for students. To increase the interest in Armenian academia, culture, and heritage. Membership is open to all students.
Black Student Union (BSU)
Meetings: FL 110, Mondays 1:30pm
Contact Club Advisor: K Morris – firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the Black Student Union (BSU) is twofold: 1) to educate the Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC) community and its surrounding area about issues that affect Blacks both in the United States and in the black diaspora; and 2) to serve as a support and social networking group for black students on LAVC’s campus. The BSU will also provide service to the college community, work in collaboration with other student groups and support nearby black communities through different service projects throughout the school year. The members of the BSU gain invaluable leadership experience and knowledge as a result of their involvement with the BSU Furthermore, all member wills will continue uphold the high standards of the BSU and reinforce its reputation as an influential force in service to the student body at LAVC.
Broadcasting Club KVCM
Meetings: H112 Wednesday 3:00 pm
Contact Club Advisor: Jason Beaton – email@example.com
To promote awareness of the Broadcasting department at Los Angeles Valley college, and to promote and maintain the campus radio station kvcm and to increase positive campus/community relations.
Meetings: BJ 103 2nd Monday 2:30 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Kevin Sanford -- firstname.lastname@example.org
To promote personal growth and financial literacy. To promote the growth and influence of the business administration department on campus.
Meetings: AHS RM #310 Tuesday 3:00pm
Contact Club Advisor: George Leddy – email@example.com
To increase environmental awareness on campus at LAVC and in the surrounding community. Our goal is to make 0our campus more sustainable so that we may set an example for others in the community.
Meetings: CC 204 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 1:00 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Tyler Prante- firstname.lastname@example.org
Allow students to be aware of the changing world around us. Give students the opportunity to think critically about real world issues. Let students to understand the significance of the economy. Give students the ability to interact and participate in the stock market by constantly monitoring the rates at which stocks rise or fall. Allow students to se4e how ideas used in economics apply to the real world. Learn how buyers and sellers behave in a competitive market.
Gay straight Alliance (GSA)
Meetings: BSC 105 Tuesdays 1:00 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Hasmik Arakelyan – email@example.com
Provide an environmentally friendly atmosphere at LAVC in which students are not discriminated against due to age, sex, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Raise awareness of LGBTQQIA lifestyle, culture and history with hopes to transform many misconceptions and stereotypes. Stimulate personal growth to members through mental and emotional support and guidance. Improve visibility of LGBTQQIA individuals attending or employed by LAVC, promote equality and understanding. Foster diversity, create welcoming and inclusive environment.
Cheer and Dance (LAVC Cheer and Dance)
Meetings: BSC 105 4th Thursday 1:30 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Louis H. Jones 3rd- firstname.lastname@example.org
To bring higher sense of pride, honor and awareness to LAVC and its health and Kinesiology department. To encourage betterment in Health, Athleticism, and Academics. To empower both men and women wanting to join. To Cheer, Chant, Dance and Perform at LAVC athletic games and school functions. Pay for your own cheer materials. Fundraising will be done to cover the cost of the members who cannot.
LAVC Speech and Debate
Meetings: H 100 or Speech Room in CC Wednesdays 3:00 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Kevin Briancesco - email@example.com
Students will evaluate the various genres of speech and debate competition. These include: platform speaking, debate, interpretation of literature and limited preparation events. They will compete at speaking competitions throughout the year to earn their way towards competing at the State and National Speech and Debate competitions.
Meetings: CC 205 Tuesdays 2:30 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Chris H. Pallotti - firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: To provide an intellectually stimulating environment for students to practice writing, debating, and critical thinking. Practicing these skills in a group setting will help students to do better in their classes, their careers, and the rest of their lives. Additionally, we plan to attend various philosophy-related events and lectures in the Los Angeles area, which will provide better context for the subjects that philosophy majors are learning in their classes. Dues: To keep this club as accessible as possible to all Los Angeles students, we will not be charging any membership dues.
Meetings: LARC 212 Wednesdays 1:30 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Holly Batty - email@example.com
To aid students to transfer and advance to higher education by providing them with a personal counselor who will grant them knowledge about their field of study, universities, IGETC requirements, etc. This club aims to create an environment for ambitious students who will discuss, organize and plan school events that may be advantageous for students enrolled at LAVC. Qualified members will have the opportunity to visit and tour prestigious schools such as UCLA, UCB, and UCSC.
Respiratory Care Advocates (RCA)
Meetings: AHS 331 Tuesdays 3:30 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Luis Romero - firstname.lastname@example.org
To educate about and raise awareness of common pulmonary diseases, such as: Asthma, COPD, Pulmonary Fibrosis, ARDS, etc. To assist the community in outreach programs that help inform the populous about pulmonary disease. To raise awareness and prestige of the LAVC respiratory therapy department and program offered on campus. Provide mechanism for the RT students to exercise their skills in patient education and discussion about the various diseases and treatments available we have learned about.
Meetings: BSC 108 Wednesday 1:30 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Laura Scott -- email@example.com
To gather with like-minded individuals to discuss, share and celebrate all things sociological! Also, try to facilitate a campus that is fun, vibrant, and involved.
Meetings: MS 113 Thursdays 1:00 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Humberto Raya Mendoza – firstname.lastname@example.org
To allow students who have interest in STEM related subject matter to apply their knowledge and passion to our community. The STEM club aims to bring awareness of STEM to the LAVC community. In addition, we intend to help offer students internships in STEM related fields, and also bring to the attention of students the existing scholarships that exist for individuals pursuing a degree in STEM majors.
Meetings: CC 212 Tuesdays 1:00 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Chris Nielsen - email@example.com
To act as the LAVC honors society. To encourage excellence in academics, and to work in each campus organization for the betterment of our campus and community. 10$ or 40$
Meetings: SSC 245 Thursdays 2:00 P.M
Contact Club Advisor: Gabriela Caballero -- firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the TRiO INSITE Club organization is to provide an opportunity for members (1) to become involved in activities which will facilitate the development of a campus climate supportive of academic, social, and personal success; (2) to learn leadership skills; (3) to broaden individual experiential background; and (4) to extend goals and “helping hand” philosophy of the Student Support Services program.
Valley Collegiate Players (VCP)
Meetings: Blackbox 202 Fridays 11:30 A.M
Contact Club Advisor: Christopher Coddington – email@example.com
To serve the LAVC students in order to promote interest in Drama to students and the community.
Meetings: VRC Tuesdays 9:30 A.M
Contact Club Advisor: William Wallis - firstname.lastname@example.org
To organize military students, student veterans, and civilian student supporters so that they can have a positive impact on their fellow members, the college, and the community.
Don't see a club that interests you? Start your own! For more information, contact the ASU Office at (818) 778-5516 .
Representatives from each club meet every Thursday during the Inter-Club Council Meeting in Campus Center 104 at 1:00pm
For club forms click on the "forms" tab.