General Role of ICC
The students of Las Positas College “[...] are free to organize and join associations to promote their common interest .[…]” Division 9, Article 5, Education Code. An Associated Student (A.S.) Government or Club Advisor is there to ensure that students have the opportunity to grow and learn from activities outside of the classroom and to make sure that the members of the Club have maximum freedom and responsibility while conforming to the District’s policies and regulations.
The role of the ICC is to coordinate club activities and funds, as well as promote communication and cooperation between campus clubs. The purpose of the ICC as outlined in Article I, Section I of its Constitution is:
- To enforce all rules and regulations pertaining to campus clubs as specified in the ASLPC codes and the ICC Constitution.
- To assist in the coordination of, and in the cooperation between, club activities.
- To coordinate, approve and disburse all Club requests for funds.
- To act as a liaison between the Clubs and the ASLPC.
- To assist in the promotion of all Club activities.
- To assist the Associated Students by providing college or college-related activities.
The goals of the ICC are to serve its members and the Las Positas College community as effectively and enthusiastically as possible by hosting and facilitating all social, educational, cultural, honorary, philanthropic, and special interest events and activities of the Clubs on this campus. Some of the attributes that the ICC wishes to instill in all Club members are:
• Sensitivity to needs of the group and individual members
The ICC also wishes to assist the LPC community in understanding all Club, ICC, and ASLPC constitution and by-laws.