FBA. Student Activities
South Plains College makes a special effort to encourage a friendly and democratic atmosphere among all students, faculty, staff, and administration. Events and activities are planned to enhance the academic, social, cultural, and religious interest of the student body. The College offers a variety of co-curricular experiences, which will assist the student in developing a rich concept of his life’s potential.
South Plains College is committed to creating an environment that fosters student growth both academically and socially. SPC Clubs and Organizations provide students with a diverse and balanced intellectual, cultural, spiritual and social experience that encourages student learning and development, awareness and responsible living as well as enhances the mission of the college.
GUIDELINES FOR STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Organization of Clubs
Organizations will select a faculty sponsor who will meet with the club and assist with the general functions of that organization.
Formation of New Clubs
New student organizations may be formed as the need develops. To be registered as a South Plains College Club or Organization a petition for approval must first be submitted to the Director of Student Life on the Levelland Campus or the Dean of the Reese Center. The petition must set forth:
1. The objective of the organization.
2. Membership requirements.
3. Proposed constitution.
4. Signature of Faculty sponsors.
5. Signature of minimum of ten petitioners.
HANDLING OF ORGANIZATIONAL FUNDS
SPC Clubs & Organizations are required to open an account through the South Plains College Business Office. Deposits and withdrawals should be submitted to the Business Office by the Club President and must be approved by the club sponsor.
CLUB SPONSORED Events
Official SPC Clubs and Organizations may sponsor and host events on the South Plains College campus. To sponsor or host an event, clubs and organizations must submit in writing a request to either the Director of Student Life on the Levelland Campus, the Dean of the Reese Center, or the Director of the Plainview Center, depending on which campus the event will be held. Authorization may not be granted if the event is in conflict with a previously scheduled event. Further arrangements are the responsibility of the sponsoring organization and their advisor.
Approved by Executive Council