Welcome back to campus for Second Semester! During Spring 2017, SOC will meet from 3-5PM on Mondays. For questions concerning the 2016-2017 school year, please email Charlie Bahnson, SOC Coordinator at email@example.com.
SOC is a branch of SGA that approves clubs, making them Official Student Organizations. Student Organizations can apply to SOC for funding for events, speakers, equipment, etc–basically if they want to do something spectacular. Student Organizations can also use the poster room to create publicity for their organizations. We help to put the resources of the college behind the orgs so they can go out and do what they love to do.
Learn.-Have a question about how to get something done? Interested in learning more about the many resources available for student organizations? Find out more here!
Explore.-Not sure if the club of your dreams exists or looking for a new interest? Browse the over 200 student organizations to see if there is one for you!
Empower.-Your club has an awesome idea but needs help getting the idea off the ground. Let SOC help in making that idea a reality.
SOC Fall Final Meeting (For Real) – Dec 9. 2016December 9th, 2016-Happy Holidays! SOC got a couple more request before the season was through. We approved Blizzard Club as an official org. They provide a group for people interested in playing games such as World of Warcraft, Starcraft, and Hearthstone. Game on! Next we recognized the Market Investment and Research Club. For our final appointment, we granted $478 for a speaker at the Gender and Sexuality Center to speak at a conference in Chicago. We ended with our Secret Santa gift exchange. Have a warm and...
SOC Fall Semester Final Meeting- Dec. 2, 2016December 2nd, 2016-Today was the last meeting of the Fall semester. Unless something pops up… The first funding request was from the seasonal group Manitou Maple. Every year they tap trees in the natural lands to make delicious syrup they sell on campus. We financed them $505 for the tapping equipment. Get your pancakes ready! Next, we met with the Myswyken Salad Theatre Company. We funded them $250 for their production of A Very Potter Musical. We had a brief intermission. The Chair, Charlie Bahnson, recapped his...