*Please be advised these will be continuously updated due to COVID-19. If you have an immediate question, please reach out to your Club Consultant at or email
What can clubs do in the Spring semester?
The Spring semester, like the Fall semester, will be all about virtual engagement! All club meetings, programs, and events will be virtual. Clubs are encouraged to plan virtual events, continue community building, and leadership development opportunities. For more information about virtual involvement, visit our 'Virtual Involvement' page
Who is my Club Consultant?
Each recognized club is assigned a specific Club Consultant. For Spring 2021, clubs will be assigned a consultant at the beginning of the semester.
Where is the list of all the current clubs?
All recognized clubs can be found on Engage, CSI's club content management system. If you are an AU student, you can login with your AU ID and password. Click here to go to Engage.
I want to start a new club on campus. What is the process for that?
The Center for Student Involvement is responsible for the New Club Recognition Process. It is usually open each semester for about a month. Click here for more information. For direct questions, reach out to Jordan Harris, Coordinator for Student Involvement at firstname.lastname@example.org
We received funding from AUCC last semester but didn’t get to spend it. Can we spend it this year?
All funds allocated by AUCC were recalled back to AUCC. For information about our funding process this year, check out the 'Funding' section on this website.
Will my club be able to do in person events this semester?
No, all events will be virtual this semester.
Can my club meet in person for general body meetings?
No, all meetings will be virtual for the Spring semester.
Will the AUCC office be open?
The physical AUCC office is closed for the Spring semester. The team will still be holding office hours and having meetings with groups virtually. Check out our 'Office Hours' page for our team's availability.
Will you still be offering printing, storage, and supplies?
No, since the office will be physically closed, we will not have printing or storage available.
What is the difference between the revenue and allocation accounts?
While this is a question more suited for Center for Student Involvement, we do get it a lot. The easiest answer is that your revenue account holds funds that you earned by yourself (without AUCC help). Those funds can be used for may things, but you will still need to go through CSI to access them. Your allocation account holds the funds provided by AUCC. Those funds are restricted to only be used for the purposes originally stated in your budget request. Using allocation funds for any other reason than your initial request could result in no longer being able to access AUCC resources. You can view your financial account on Engage, under "Finances."