ASUCC Constitution

Article XIII—Responsibilities and Purpose of ASUCC Student Organizations, ASUCC Student Clubs and ASUCC Student Interest Groups

ASUCC Student Organizations, ASUCC Student Clubs and ASUCC Student Interest Groups will give Umpqua Community College students the opportunity to combine various aspects of their academic and/or vocational learning into personal action. In an ASUCC Student Organization, ASUCC Student Club or ASUCC Student Interest Group, students have the chance to apply their skills and knowledge in a community environment. Students will work together to set goals, develop plans to achieve those goals and carry out their plans, while building and maintaining working relationships in the process. Students will be given the opportunity to develop their leadership skills and become involved in the campus community.

No student can be denied participation in an ASUCC Student Organization, ASUCC Student Club or ASUCC Student Interest Group. ASUCC Student Organizations, ASUCC Student Clubs and ASUCC Student Interest Groups must follow the equal opportunity statement set forth by Umpqua Community College. Participation does not imply membership. Membership shall be defined by the ASUCC Student Organization, ASUCC Student Club and ASUCC Student Interest Group.