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2018-2019 Annual Club Charter Form

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By submitting this form you are acknowledging that you have read the policies concerning campus organizations and agree to conduct all organizational affairs with the regulations set forth.

General Guidelines & Information:

**Clubs no longer require an advisor. If you would like to have a mentor work with your club, please have them fill out the Club Mentor Acknowledgement Form. A club mentor is someone who will support, offer advice and give help when asked or needed. A club mentor can only be a UVU exempt employee. 

Club mentors are to be selected by the student officers of the club. Mentors should be competent and capable in offering support and feedback to the club as the students make plans, set goals, host events and meetings, etc. related to the purpose and mission of the club. The number one priority of the club mentor will be their employment at UVU. Any responsibilities connected to their role as a club mentor will be considered volunteer/service hours and should not conflict with the employees work schedule and responsibilities. 

To Start A Club: 

  • Membership must be open to all UVU students.
  • Each club must have a minimum of 6 members.
  • Provide a club constitution with the Annual Charter Form.
  • At least 75% of the membership in each officially charted and recognized club shall consist of regularly enrolled students at Utah Valley University.
  • Every officer in each officially chartered and recognized club shall be a regularly enrolled student at Utah Valley University. The student serving as president of the club must be a FULL-TIME student (12 credit hours) and maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA.
  • A club must establish and assess dues. Dues must be a minimum of $5 per year. Paid members are those who are active in the club and have paid in full. Participating members are those who have yet to pay their dues, but still participate in the program. 
  • Each club must comply with university-chartered club requirements, including but not limited to having a lawful purpose and chartering the club.
  • There are no private clubs. All officers must be willing to have their names published per the Freedom of Speech Policy that says "The names and address of officers are required by the University as a condition for registration or access to university funds or enjoyment of university privileges."
  • NO off-campus banking or financial accounts are permitted.
  • A Club Mid Annual Report will be required to be filled out in order to keep chartered status for spring semester.
  • Participants in clubs will be responsible for their own medical insurance and must sign waivers and statements of acknowledgment before participating in club activities. UVU does not provide any medical coverage for club participants.

UVU Club Information & Expectations

Have a representative attend monthly UVU Inter-Club Council (ICC) Meetings. Schedule found below. 

Fall 2018 ICC Schedule: Located in SL 114

September 4th at 2 pm and 5th at 12pm

October 2nd at 2 pm and 3rd at 12pm

November 6th at 2 pm and 7th at 12pm

December 4th at 2 pm and 5th at 12pm

Spring 2019 ICC Schedule: Located SL 114

January 15th at 2 pm and 16th at 12pm

February 19th at 2pm and 20th at 12pm – Meet the Candidates: VP of Clubs

March 12th at 2pm and 13th at 12pm

April 2nd at 2pm and 3rd at 12pm

To be eligible for Additional Club Funding through the UVU Clubs Office, a club must:

  • Attend at least 75% of all UVU Inter-Club Council Meetings.
  • Be a fully chartered club.
  • Be in good standing with the university.
  • Must not be 30 days past due on any financial obligation to any college department, vendor, business, etc. 
  • Collect dues from club members.
  • Complete one service project per semester.
  • Conduct other fundraising efforts (minimum of one fundraiser) held in the semester applying for funding.
  • Each club must submit a constitution outlining the governing laws for the student group.
  • All club officers, members, and mentors need to be familiar with University Policies pertaining to clubs contained within the Clubs Handbook. (A copy of the Clubs Handbook may be found at

By submitting this form you are acknowledging that you have read the policies concerning campus clubs and agree to conduct all club affairs with the regulations set forth.

**Utah Valley University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age (40 and over), disability, veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth, or pregnancy-related conditions, genetic information, or other bases protected by applicable federal, state, or local law, in employment, treatment, admission, access to educational programs and activities, or other University benefits or services.


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