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Become a Club Advocate (Inter-Organizational Council)

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The Inter-Organizational Council (IOC) is the body that provides representation and advocacy for all student clubs and College-wide organizations, except the Student Government Association. The IOC is comprised of one student (known as the IOC representative) from each chartered club, organization, and honor society. The IOC is governed by a constitution.

Click here to download the IOC Constitution

The Inter-Organizational Council meets four times each semester, usually the third Thursday of each month. Each club's IOC representative is required to attend all IOC meetings in order for the club or College-wide organization to maintain good standing and continued funding.

Support, Training, and Advisement to the Inter-Organizational Council (IOC)

Student Life provides support, training, and advisement to the 37-member Inter-Organizational Council.

IOC will help to enhance student's academic experience with:

  • Cross cultural competence
  • Transferable skills
  • Opportunities to help others
  • Documented work experience
  • Community service

Visit the IOC office to learn more ways to enhance your student experience at BCC.

Inter-Organizational Council

Office Hours
9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

RBSC, Room 309

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