A club is an officially registered student organization at AUB representing specific social and cultural
student interests. Clubs are open to all AUB students in good standing without discrimination.
How to join a club?
Any current registered AUB student can join a student organization by registering using the online
system through Aubsis and membership fees will be added to the tuition fees. A non-refundable membership fee will be billed directly to the student’s account. A student can be a member of three
clubs and two societies only.
How is the cabinet of a club constituted?
The cabinet of a club consists of five members: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and
Member at Large. A student can be a cabinet member of a maximum of two clubs or two societies or one
club and one society. The process of changing clubs' cabinets begins every year in April. The election process follows the
procedures of the Roberts Rules Order and is supervised either by the club's adviser or by a representative
from the Office of Student Affairs.
A Clubs' Day is organized by student clubs at the beginning of the fall semester to promote their clubs
and recruit new members.
How to form a new student organization?
Students have the choice to initiate or reactivate a new club. The steps to be followed for beginning a new club are indicated on the "New Student Organization Registration Form" below. The requirements needed must be submitted before one semester (summer semester doesn't count). The student organization cannot start operating until approval is granted at the beginning of the semester
following the submission of the proposal.