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What is Inter Club Council?

ICC Guidelines and Constitution

ICC is a collaborative organization made up of representatives from each of the registered clubs on campus. It is a place for student leaders to meet, work together, and to share knowledge. The main purpose of ICC is to coordinate and share information about campus club/organization activities. ICC promotes collaborative efforts amongst campus clubs and organizations through the work of sub-committees. 

Every year ICC votes in 5 members to serve as the Inter-Club Council Allocation Committee (ICCAC). This sub-committee is responsible for allocating money to clubs requesting funds for the events, supplies and activities. 

Students will gain valuable experience by taking leadership roles in one of the ICC's four additional subcommittees:

  1. Publications
  2. Website
  3. Administration
  4. Events and Activities 

When are ICC meetings?

ICC meets every Wednesday at 4pm in SU 330. Remember, if you miss more than two meetings per term, you will no longer be in good standing, which means you will lose your privilege to vote and you will lose funding for that term.

Questions? Contact: the ICC Director, Sabrina Schmit at 


Danielle Mancuso 541-552-8346