Involvement comes in many ways, shapes, and forms. From campus employment to student organizations, there are a variety of potential involvement opportunities awaiting Colby College students. The Office of Campus Life offers several opportunities for involvement on campus.
From Student Government Association (SGA) to the Colby Outing Club, each club fulfills a need. All registered clubs (except Honor Societies) are open and welcome all students to join a meeting. The Office of Campus Life uses six different “categories” to identify the various missions and nature of the clubs and organizations. These are used to help students and staff to recognize an organization/club of interest.
2021-2022 Club Elections/Selections
Elections/selections for next year’s club leadership must be done before 4/18.
Please get these done as soon as possible! Start sooner rather than later!!
2021-2022 Annual Budget Proposals (ALL CLUBS PLEASE READ THIS!!)
Budget Proposal Timeline
The Office of Campus Life encourages all Colby College students to get “involved” in campus life. Being “involved” means making a connection to the campus community. Through attending a campus event or joining a club or organization, students can meet new friends and faculty, experience new ideas, or learn new skills. Connection to campus can make all the difference in a student’s experience and investment in his/her education.
Please review the Club Manual for information, details and timelines associated with club formation at Colby.
The College requires all clubs to be approved by the SGA before it can start functioning. If you are interested in starting a club please fill out the New SGA Club Proposal Form and email it to Jason Leong with a description of the club idea. Jason will schedule a meeting with the club leaders and the Oversight for Clubs on Campus Committee. After the club is approved, the club leader is also required to come to the SGA meeting, where the club and its role will be discussed. The leader is expected to talk about the objectives and the functions of the club. If there are any doubts about this process, please email any questions to Jason Leong.