Student Organizations of San Carlos College are able operate and function with different goals and plans. These organizations form an integral component of the Non-Academic Formation Program. They are expected to live by and operate along the mission and vision of San Carlos College.
Co-curricular Clubs or Interest Clubs
—> These are academically oriented clubs that enhance the academic department programs. Students who participate in these clubs join these groups so that their know-how, experience and exposure in their chosen academic disciplines will grow.
Direct Supervision of these Co-Curricular Clubs is handled by the Department Head or authorized representative who is appointed by the Dean. Said must be a full-time member of the school’s teaching staff.
College Departmental Student Organizations
—> The College and Graduate School, shall have a student government that is composed of duly elected representatives from the different segments of the Academic Unit it represents. These Student Government organizations provide leadership training opportunities for officers and expose the students to governance of the body they oversee and help. Student Government Organizations should develop a program of activities that are in line with the thrusts of the Institution, where the students they represent, can get exposed to planning, organizing, implementing and assessing what they had set out to do.
Student Government organizations shall be supervised in the College and Graduate School Level by the Student Affairs Coordinator.
Supreme Student Council
—> All College and Graduate School students are qualified members of the Student Body that elects the Supreme Student Council after having listened to the programs of government by the interested candidates. A pre-agreed upon fee is collected from each bonafide student and these are the funds utilized by the council to undertake meaningful projects for the organization.
Officers represent various colleges and year levels. It is in the Student Council that the leaders and officers learn and practice good governance, transparency and teamwork.
Key officers and directors are elected before the school year ends to enable the officers to plan their programs and adequately prepare for the coming school year.
All officers are encouraged to present their accomplishment reports to the student body in a general assembly together with their report on funds usage.