Student government, clubs, and activities at Diablo Valley College (DVC) are student initiated and run. Involvement in student organizations and activities provides opportunities to develop valuable leadership and interpersonal skills that will benefit the student while at DVC, as well as in the future. Students learn to organize and to work with others, pursue special interests, and make friends.
The Associated Students of Diablo Valley College (ASDVC) is the student government at DVC The ASDVC is responsible for advocating for and representing students' perspectives on College and District committees, councils and task forces. Students who are interested in joining the ASDVC must meet the requirements, which include:
Please visit an ASDVC meeting! The meetings are held every Tuesday from 2:00-4:00pm in the Student Union Conference room. The meetings are open to the public.
ASDVC Constitution as of May 15 2012
Student Clubs and the Inter Club Council (ICC)
There are a variety of student clubs at DVC including those that focus on academics/careers; culture/diversity; recreation/sport; religion/spirituality; honor societies; and special interest topics. Students who want to start a new club must:
IMPORTANT NOTE: We are not approving new clubs for the Spring 2013 semester. Please visit the Student clubs webpage for additional details.
Students who want to reactivate a returning club must:
Inter Club Council (ICC)
The Inter Club Council (ICC) is recognized and funded by the Associated Students of Diablo Valley College (ASDVC). It consists of elected representatives from the various campus clubs. ICC meetings are held weekly during the semester in the Student Union building. It provides a forum for clubs to discuss upcoming events and ideas, vote on funding proposed events, and collaborate regarding student issues.
All clubs must have a representative attend the Inter-Club Council (ICC) meetings, which are held on Thursdays from 3:30-5 p.m. in the Student Union Conference Room.
ICC Governing Documents and Related Resources
The Brown Act (California Attorney General's Office)
Roberts Rules of Orders (San Diego State University)