Additional Group Types
Advisory Boards are an additional group type listed on CCC. While these are not student organizations, they are entities where undergraduate students play a leadership role on campus. Advisory Boards may choose to be listed on CCC to capture the engagement of their leaders/members and to promote their mission to students and the campus community. Advisory Boards must request to be listed on CCC through the Advisory Board Application form. Advisory Boards are required to keep their information up to date on CCC.
Advisory Boards are sponsored by a department on campus and receive their resources through that department. Advisory Boards are not considered student organizations and therefore do not have to complete the same student organization requirements nor do they receive the same benefits. A department that sponsors an Advisory Board agrees to have their Advisory Board follow all University policies.
The goal of the event listing in CCC is to have a place where student organization events are featured and highlighted. Events created by departmental Advisory Boards in CCC are subject to approval and will be approved on a limited basis. The departmental contact for an Advisory Board must be listed in the position ‘Advisory Board Departmental Contact’ on the Advisory Board’s CCC page in order for Advisory Boards to submit events to ensure all relevant University policies are followed.
Advisory Boards will be designated a WCSA liaison to navigate policies as needed.
Departments may request to be listed on CCC in the department group type using the Department Group Page Request form. The following criteria will be utilized in approving departmental requests.
- Units in the Office of the Dean of Students
- Departments with Advisory Boards
- Departments that advise student organizations
- Departments that offer services for student leaders or student organizations
- Departments that offer Medallion sessions
Departments will have access to CCC features including using an online form system that is familiar to students, event check-in (attendance tracking), and event creation. Departments must keep their information up to date on CCC.
The goal of the event listing in CCC is to have a place where student organization events are featured and highlighted. Events created by departments in CCC are subject to approval and will be approved on a limited basis.