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Club Leader Listserv

To receive important club leadership related emails, we recommend that at least two current members from your club (usually the President and Treasurer) are subscribed to the Club Leaders listserv.

Event Support Meetings

Are you getting ready to plan a program on campus? Come to one of the weekly Event Support Meetings on Tuesdays at 3 p.m. in Room 315 of the Shapiro Campus Center or in Upper Sherman, Hassenfeld Conference Center.

Staff from the Department of Student Activities, Public Safety, Conference and Events Services and a representative from the Student Union are all there to ensure that you are on the right track to programming success!

Forms & Policies

Please visit our Club Forms and Policies page for additional information you may need for your club or organization.

Club Leader Handbook

Dear Student Leaders:

Congratulations on taking the initiative to become a leader at Brandeis.  Student leaders and student organizations are what make this campus come alive every year.  This year, there are more than 260 clubs and organizations representing various interests that will be recognized by the Student Union.  At Brandeis, students and staff work together in order to develop social, cultural, and educational experiences that impact your time at Brandeis.

The Club Leader’s Handbook is designed to be a resource to the members of the University community who are involved in planning events and for those with leadership responsibilities.  Additionally, it has been created and maintained to assist and guide student leaders through the day-to-day operations of their clubs. It is our goal to provide information and resources necessary to support programming and leadership development at Brandeis.  This handbook is not meant to substitute one-on-one assistance from the staff within any department, but rather used to supplement the advice and guidance that our staff offers.

The Department of Student Activities, Brandeis Hillel, The Intercultural Center, and Department of Community Service are committed to enhancing the student experience outside of the classroom; supporting University recognized clubs and organizations; and encouraging creative learning and leadership development.  We encourage communication among the various departments of the University by attending Event Support Meetings, serving as advocates to other administrative departments, and providing support for networking and communication between student groups.

We hope that this Handbook will guide you through a successful leadership experience at Brandeis. At any time, please stop by any of our offices for additional assistance. Our contact information can be found within the Handbook.

We wish you and your organization much luck and success this year!

Sincerely,

The Department of Student Activities, Hillel, The Intercultural Center, Conference and Events, The Department of Community Service, The Department of Public Safety, Athletics, and the Division of Student Affairs