About Student Clubs
Student clubs encourage students to participate, lead, and learn. At VIU, student clubs are open to all students irrespective of their program of study, nationalities, or beliefs. Getting involved in extracurricular activities helps you build leadership, professional, and personal skills that will assist you long after you graduate. You will meet new people, share ideas, and explore your potential.The Office of Student Affairs strives to have clubs representing students’ nationalities from all areas and regions, as well as a broad range of interests. If you don't find what you are looking for, we encourage you to start new student club!
Starting a New Club
Club Information & Resources
All student clubs are required to maintain documentation of their events and activities which helps in the continuation of club activities even after current members graduate and leave. Below are some forms and documents you can use to maintain the required documentation.
NOTE: You may customize most documents with your club logo, names, and text as per requirement.
African Pride Club
|Vice President:||Viola Kaihura|
The Africa Pride club's launched October 29th 2010 was conceived with a purpose to raise awareness of African Nationals and cultures; promote discussion of economic, political and social issues in Africa; encourage the VIU to seek more students from Africa; provide a platform to for students interested in careers in Africa to meet with employers; and encourage development of case studies, avail new students from Africa with a welcoming environment to reduce the length of time for culture shock and continue with their educational pursuitThe Africa Pride club's purpose
|Motto: Unity in Diversity|
|Vice President:||Amit Gambhir|
|Public Relation Officer:||Sudeep Taneti|
|Staff Advisor:||Sunday Wiley|
Statement of Purpose (Aims & Objectives):
The VIU IT Club serves as a place where all students at VIU who have an interest in IT — not just computing students — gather to discuss topic of professional interest, exchange experiences they have gathered in the workplace, and review current developments in the global IT job market. The club also seeks to promote the knowledge of information technology through seminars and workshops and to organize training for skills necessary in the information technology field. The IT Club helps its members become more marketable in rapidly changing, technology-based careers and strive ever to increase members’ potential and outreach in the community.
|Webpage||IT Club Page|
Latin American Culture Club
|Vice President:||Armando Mori|
|Public Relation Officer:||Paulette Zegarra|
The purpose of the Latin American Culture Club (LAC2) is to establish cultural exchanges between VIU students from Latin American (Central America, South America, and the Caribbean Islands) and the United States. LAC2 serves to help VIU form a connection among Latin American students and between those students and the university. LAC2 also serves as a guide for new students arriving at the university. The activities of LAC2 will be held on campus – with some exceptions.
Activities organized by the club may include:
Follow us on Facebook:LATIN American Culture CLUB
|Vice President:||Syed Rahman (“Rasif”)|
|Team Coach/ P.R.O:||Ibrahim Elnems|
The VIU Soccer Club was created with a sole aim of promoting unity among students regardless of race, religion, age, ethnic or national origin, gender, physical ability, or sexual orientation by providing activities for every type of soccer fan — whether you like playing on the field, watching the professionals, playing video games, or just participating in some good old-fashioned team rivalries.
Summer 2014 Events!