Recognized Student Clubs and Organizations (RSCO)
- Who We AreInter-Club Council and Recognized Student Clubs and Organizations (RSCO)Over 60 recognized student clubs and organizations (RSCO) provide opportunities for students to make friends, enhance learning, and enjoy college life through their co-curricular experience. There are a variety of RSCOs: cultural, religious, vocational, general interest, special needs, and scholastic.The Mt. SAC Inter-Club Council (ICC) consists of representatives from each RSCO who share ideas and seek ways to better serve the College community. ICC serves as the governing body of the collective RSCO of Mt. San Antonio College. The purpose of ICC is to promote communication and cooperation between campus RSCOs.ICC strives to do the following:
- Provide a communication network between RSCOs
- Act as a resource for RSCOs, particularly in the areas of organization, problem solving, membership promotion, and fundraising
- Maintain RSCO participation and support of Associated Students sponsored events
- Provide a forum for expressing the interests of RSCOs
- Inter-Club Council ConstitutionThe Inter-Club Council Constitution is the supreme governing document of the Inter-Club Council.
- Benefits of Being an Active RSCO
- Authorization to reserve campus facilities via 25Live through Event Services
- Ability to make RSCO announcements via the Associated Students (A.S.) Electronic Marquee located at 9C
- Publicity privileges in accordance with the A.S. Publicity Directive
- Printing Services (free black/white printing with advisor approval)
- Access to poster making supplies
- Use of Student Center Kitchen with reservation completed via 25Live
- Permission to fundraise in compliance with College policies
- Participation in ICC and A.S. sponsored activities
- Officer recognition at the Student Leadership & Advisor Awards Ceremony
- Opportunity to compete for RSCO of the Year
- Scholarship opportunities
- RSCO of the YearThe Recognized Student Club/Organization (RSCO) of the Year award was created to highlight the most active and impactful RSCO on campus. RSCOs who are active both in the Fall and Spring (each academic year) can compete for the award. RSCOs can earn points for the following (review ICC Constitution for breakdown of potential points earned):
*RSCO of the Year PowerPoint Presentation Instructions:
- ICC Meeting Attendance
- Join-A-Club Participation
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Collaboration Opportunities (with Associated Students and/or another RSCO)
- Events held by each RSCO
- ICC Binder Submissions
- RSCO of the Year PowerPoint presentation*
*Note: Only 1 submission is allowed, altering or updating presentations after it has been accepted will not be allowed or eligible for review.Student Leadership and Advisor AwardsThe winner will be announced at the Student Leadership and Advisor Awards ceremony. The winning RSCO will receive a $1,000 monetary award (deposited to the RSCO’s account through Fiscal Services) and will have use of the display case in the Student Center lobby.
- Create a PowerPoint presentation that explains why your RSCO should be voted RSCO of the Year. Make sure the presentation does not exceed ten (10) slides.
- Email your presentation to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 12, 2023 at 4:00 p.m.
- Present your RSCO’s PowerPoint in 5 minutes or less at the last ICC meeting. All RSCOs that submit their presentations by the deadline will be listed on a ballot. All active ICC Representatives will vote for their choice for RSCO of the Year at this final meeting.
- Volunteer & Collaboration Opportunities Volunteer OpportunitiesRSCOs can earn 5 points per day and must commit to a minimum of 3 consecutive hours within the same day (15 points max per semester). Volunteer work must be approved by ICC advisor, volunteer events hosted by an RSCO must be either events or used as volunteer points, they cannot count towards both. To gain RSCO of the Year points, RSCOs will need to submit proof of volunteering to Julia Walker by emailing email@example.com by 12/9/22 (for fall 2022) and 5/19/23 (for spring 2023) @ 11:59pm.Collaboration OpportunitiesRSCOs can earn collaboration points by collaborating with another RSCO and/or Associated Students by hosting an event/meeting together. To gain collaboration points, please complete the Collaboration Form (see RSCO Forms and Advisor Resources) and email it toJulia Walker by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 12/9/22 (for fall 2022) and 5/19/23 (for spring 2023) @ 11:59pm. If possible, please add a flyer and/or screenshot of the event/meeting to show proof that it occurred.Breakdown of potential collaboration opportunity points:
Collaboration with another RSCO
15 points max per semester (1 collaboration = 15 points)
Collaboration with Associated Students
15 points max per semester (1 collaboration = 15 points)
- Executive Order 21-01: Officer Term Exemption
Associated Students (A.S.) President released an A.S. Executive Order effective immediately as of Oct. 4, 2021.Impact: Student officers in Associated Students and Recognized Student Clubs and Organizations (RSCOs) who served during Fall ‘20 and Spring ‘21, will not have those semesters counted towards the 4 semester maximum officer service accumulation clause of the A.S. Constitution.Note: If you have a student who meets eligibility and has exceeded the 4 semester maximum officer service (but served during Fall ‘20 & Spring ‘21), please email email@example.com to have their eligibility checked manually.
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