Hosting 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, your event must be approved by your club advisor. If you are not part of club, your event must be approved by Student Services. Anyone can request to host an event.
Examples of events are: asking someone to speak about a specific topic (i.e., speaker); fundraising; workshops; seminars; volunteer; 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 StudentServices@scuhs.edu for further assistance.
1. If you have a speaker, make sure they are approved by a club advisor or Student Services (email StudentServices@scuhs.edu with your request)
2. Take time to consider your dates; will this conflict with anything important? Plan at least one month ahead of time.
3. Fill out this form: https://forms.office.com/r/PU8vnUZQLR
4. Wait for a response which can include approving the event or requesting more information. You may not host an event until you receive an official approval email from Student Services.
Email CCO@scuhs.edu or ASB@scuhs.edu with any questions.