Student Clubs and Organizations Forms

FAQ's-Event Form Submittal Process
These are Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) to help student clubs understand the event form submittal approval process and timeline.

Publicity Materials Request Form   
For clubs to request publicity materials for your event.

Example of Publicity Materials Request Form   

Event Request Form   
The purpose of this form is to notify and gain approval for your events. Submit to the Student Life Office at least 3 weeks prior to your event.

Example of Event Request Form   

Event Planning Checklist
The purpose of this Checklist is to be a guide for organization to think through the planning deadlines and responsibilities.

Event Pre-Planning Form
The purpose of the Pre-Planning Guide is to assist clubs and organizations in the creative brainstorming process and to begin to solidify information necessary for success.

Event Report Out   
To be completed at the end of an event. Also to be completed when turning in Tier Requests.

Example of Event Report Out Form   

Purchase Request Form    
This form needs to filled out  for purchasing of items.  Remember, prior approval is required from the Office of Student Life.

Example of Purchase Request Form   

Agreement and Guidelines for Cubicle Use Form
The purpose of this form is for clubs to turn this in to get a cubicle for their club. This form must be filled out each fall semester and submitted with a current Slate of Officers.

LCCC Student Email Account Cover Letter
LCCC Student Email Account Guidelines
LCCC Student Email Account Request Form
The three documents contained above include the packet of information which pertains to current LCCC Student Clubs requesting an LCCC Student Club email account for club use.

Club Incentive Packet

     Includes Tier forms:

  • Tier I to request matching funds for a club-sponsored event.
  • Tier II to request full funding for a club-sponsored event.
  • Tier III to request funding for startup or promotion of your club.
  • Grant Request to ask for extra funding for a club-sponsored event.

Slate of Officers Form
Any time a club elects or appoints officers an updated Slate of Officers form must be submitted to the Office of Student Life. Slate of Officers forms WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED unless signed by the advisor and club president.

Club Constitution Verification Form
To maintain active status, the Office of Student Life requires Club Officers to review their Constitution at the start of each Fall Semester, enact changes as necessary following the process for making amendments contained within, and submit a copy accompanied by appropriate documentation as well as this form.

Furthermore, any time there are revisions made to a club Constitution, it must be submitted with documentation of the amendment meeting (including meeting minutes and a sign-in sheet) and must be approved by the Manager of the Office of Student Life before taking effect.

Club Charter Packet


  • Club Charter Application
  • Constitution Template, and
  • Instructions & Requirement

Club Reactivation Packet


  • Reactivation Guidelines and Requirements, and
  • Reactivation Application



LCCC to Undergo Quality Review

Lorain County Community College is seeking comments from the public about the College in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency.

The College will host a visit March 21-23, 2016, with a team representing the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).  The team will review the institution's ongoing ability to meet HLC’s Criteria for Accreditation.

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