Student Life creates opportunities for students to enhance their academic, professional, and social development through intentional, goal specific events and activities. Students will gain experience, create meaningful relationships, network, and grow their skills and knowledge.

Here is how you can improve your student life at SCU:

  • Join or create a student club or organization! For more information, click on clubs click the Club Contact Cards in the next section.
  • Attend a workshop, event, or activity by visiting your mySCU Home page and clicking the banners or in our weekly emails.
  • Become a tutor or receive tutoring. For more information, click on Tutoring Services located on the left side of the screen.
  • Earn money! There are lots of campus work-study opportunities for students. Email for more information. 
  • Student Leadership is a great way to enhance your leadership skills by creating and implementing events; making important decisions; learning how to manage a large budget; working with a diverse group of students; how to lead meetings; and much more. Click on ASB Eboard & Student Senators for available positions. For more information, please email 
  • Individual consultation available! Improve your skills such as, conducting effective meetings, assembling a proactive and organized agenda, grow communication skills, and cultivate relationships. Small group presentations is available for students seeking help with enhancing presentation skills, public speaking tips, and how to efficiently work with others. Contact , Assistant Dean of Student Services for more information. 

We want to hear from you! Do you have an idea for a great event? Do you have a recommendation? What would you like to see more of on campus? Do you have any questions about student life? Email


Council of Clubs and Organizations (CCO)

The CCO is committed to creating unique and engaging opportunities for all students. And it begins with you - whether you start a new club or attend a student event, your involvement helps you connect to others. 

For a full list of clubs, check out Club Contact Cards.pdf

You will find each club's mission statement, contact information, and social media channels. When you find a club you want to join or if you have questions about a club, contact them! Clubs enjoy meeting new students and are enthusiastic about growing their memberships. You may contact as many clubs as you want!

How do I join a club? 

Review the Active Student Clubs and Organization list on this page. If you have questions about a club or want to join, please email the club directly. You will receive information from the club's organizer on their unique application processes. 


How do I start a club?  

1. Review and fill out this application. Find an advisor - click here for their responsibilities. 

2. Email the application to and wait for a response. 

3. Questions? Email 

4. It is that easy! 

How do I create an event? How do I request assistance with attending an event? 

Hosting an event or attending an event is a great way to create unique opportunities that will promote engagement and increase knowledge leading to a more well-rounded and professional student. If you are a club hosting an event or if you would like to attend an event, your event must be approved by your club advisor first. If you are not part of club, your event must be approved by Student Services first. Anyone can request to host or attend an event.

Examples of events includes: asking someone to speak about a specific topic (i.e., speaker); fundraising; attending a conference or seminar; hosting a workshop; volunteering; etc. 

Speakers invited to discuss a specific topic or host a seminar or workshop must be pre-approved before creating your event. Speakers fall into one of two categories:

1. SCU speaker: these individuals are members of the SCU community. Ex: alumni, students, faculty, clinicians, etc. SCU speakers are usually pre-approved. However, if there are concerns with your SCU speaker, your event can be denied.

2. Non-SCU speaker: these individuals are not members of the SCU community. Ex: work colleagues, influencers, individuals you met through networking or website researching, etc. Non-SCU speakers must be approved by your club advisor or Student Services before creating your event. If you do not have a club advisor or if you are not part of a club, please email for further assistance.

Steps to receiving approval to host an event on campus or assistance with attending an event off-campus

  1. Email that you have submitted a request to host an event. This is an important step! We will not know you submitted a request unless you email us.

  1. Wait for a response which can include approving the event or requesting more information about the event. You may not host an event until you receive an official approval email from Student Services.   

  1. Email or with any questions. 

Steps to receive reimbursement for attending an event or hosting an event 

Clubs must always first use their club funds to assist with paying for events. If additional funds are needed, fundraising must be attempted. If both club funds and fundraising is not enough, a club may request ASB to assist with funding their event, including attending an event such as a conference or workshop. 

  1. Please fill out this form
  2. Next, email that you have filled out the funding/reimbursement form. A response can take up two-three weeks. 


How do I create a flyer for my event? 

A flyer is a great way to promote your club and events. You can create any type of flyer. Be creative and unique! Make sure your flyer is professional and easy to read. Send your flyer to and if appropriate, we may advertise your event via email to the campus. 

Social media is a great way to advertise your events. Use the stories function on Instagram to highlight your event and tag @SCUASB and @SCUHS for reposting! 


Questions? Email or

Booking a space such as a classroom is easy! Requests must be made 7-10 business days in advance. We will do everything we can to accommodate your request. 


Step 1: Your event must be approved

Your event must be approved by Student Services prior to booking a room. If you are unsure if your event is approved, email


Step 2: Read this statement

By submitting a reservation you understand and agree to the following statement: Clubs practicing manual manipulation or any form of touch related procedures must have their club advisor present. No student is permitted to perform any technique without the presence of a licensed professional within that field. Violations of this policy (and state law) will lead to dismissal from their program. If you do not understand or agree to this statement or our policy, you cannot move forward with reserving a room - you must email for next steps.


Step 3: Email Students Services your request

After reading the statement above, complete your reservation by emailing with the following items:

1. Date(s)

2. Frequency of need (is this on-going or a one time need?)

3. Desired location/place

4. Number of expected attendees

5. Purpose for request. Including information such as: club meetings (provide club name); what is the room going to be used for; and any other helpful information.

You will receive a response within 7 business days.

If you need assistance or have questions, please email