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Clubs & Organizations

Learn How Joining a Student Club or Organization Can Improve Your Academic Success

Enjoy the full college experience. Get involved in Clubs and Organizations at Motlow! Become involved with Motlow outside of the classroom. Joining student Clubs and Organizations gives you the opportunity to meet a diverse population of peers who can become future colleagues and part of your professional network. Clubs and Organizations allow you to expand your thinking and interest. They encourage personal development through communication and exploration of different interests.

Contribute to meaningful service projects that align with your interests and career goals. Take a leadership role in student Clubs and Organizations to prepare you for leadership responsibilities in your future career. Motlow’s student Clubs and Organizations are designed to cultivate your sense of belonging and give you opportunities to put the skills you develop in the classroom into practice. Cultivate interests that will enrich your work-life balance.

Student Clubs and Organizations provide ample opportunity for students to participate in campus governance and leadership opportunities to promote their educational, personal, and social development. Motlow works to create a variety of student engagement opportunities because research has shown that students who are engaged in campus life activities are more likely to achieve their academic goals. Get involved today!


Reasons to Join a Student Club/Organization

Research reveals that students involved in campus activities are more satisfied with their college experience, make better grades, and are more likely to complete their academic goals! Why? Because they build relationships important to success and they discover opportunities for support and insight. 

Student organizations have a lot to offer. Whether you join as a member or choose to lead one, simply taking part in an extracurricular group will enhance your Motlow experience. Gaining skills, making connections, and broadening your knowledge helps you become a more well-rounded individual — one that’s ready to take on your future career!

  1. Develop soft skills
  2. Learn how to work with a team
  3. Learn more about yourself
  4. Networking opportunities
  5. Use skills you learn in class
  6. Gain leadership skills
  7. Take a break from your studies
  8. Give back to the community
  9. Have fun
  10. Engage with diverse groups of people

How to Start a Student Club/Organization

Step 1

Must have a staff/faculty member to sponsor the club.

Step 2

For club sponsor: Go to MyMotlow/Employee Tab/Student Activities Forms/Complete the Student Club and Organization NEW APPLICATION FORM.

Step 3

Establish at least 5 members including a President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Each member will receive a notification directing them to login to their MyMotlow to complete and sign the form. The form requires the approval and signatures of the Dean of Students and Motlow's President.

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