Online Club Manual


Here you can find most forms and information you'll need as an LBCC club leader.  Club members and advisers should take the time to review and familiarize themselves with these materials.  If you have questions or need additional information--or if you want to start a new club--don't hesitate to contact

**If there's information you don't see, but think should be made available here, let us know!

Getting Started

Want to start a new club at LBCC?  You'll need an adviser and a minimum of eight members, who must be currently enrolled LBCC students.  After you read through the materials in this online manual, please visit with the clubs & co-curriculars program assistant in Student Life & Leadership (Forum-120) for assistance with starting a new club.


Forms You'll Need


Food and Fundraising Information

The best place to learn about fundraising is in LBCC's Foundation office, located in Calapooia Center 105.  Foundation staff are happy to visit with you and help brainstorm viable fundraising options for your club.

When soliciting donations from local businesses, it is critical you make contact with the LBCC Foundation ahead of time.  Our college has existing relationships with many companies in the area, so it’s very important you check in with them prior to approaching any local business. The Foundation must also be kept informed of all donations of products, money or services, solicited or otherwise.

Please note that although a bake sale may seem like a quick-and-easy fundraiser, you may not sell food prepared at home:  it must be prepared in a kitchen certified for commercial food prep by a professional or someone with a Food Handler Card.  One option is to sell Krispy Kreme Donuts.  Another alternative is to purchase prepackaged baked goods locally, then repackage them (under supervision of someone with a Food Handler Card, of course!) and sell to raise money.

LBCC Courtyard

Related Administrative Rules and Policies



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