Deadline to apply is March 1st, 2019. Apply to be a member of the 2019-2020 Club Council here!
Club Council Overview
Mission & Vision
The Club Council is a student-run leadership group within the Student Activities Office which exists to enhance the Club and Organization experience for presidents, members, and advisors, in a multitude of ways. This Council will serve the members of Loyola’s clubs by acting as a resource for information, a liaison to Student Activities and other departments across campus (as needed), and will provide programming support to existing clubs. The formation of the Hound Club Council will directly impact student involvement in campus activities, student satisfaction, retention, and will contribute to students’ fulfillment of Cura Personalis in addition to aligning with the Ignatius mission of Loyola.
3 -5 members selected in the spring semester before their incumbency (which will begin the following academic year) and tenure will be one academic year. One position will be reserved for the Director of Campus Outreach for S.G.A., which will have their own election process via S.G.A. The Club Council will meet on at least a monthly basis or as needed to meet the needs of the Council and members will be expected to attend events and workshops throughout the year depending on their schedules. Any disputes will be solved by a democratic vote whereby one person has one vote, and the Student Activities Program Coordinator would vote in the case of a tie.
- Previous direct experience as a club member or club leader
- Completed the Club Council application
- Demonstrates leadership, community engagement, creative thinking, service, and a genuine desire to help their peers
- Serve as a resource to Student Club Presidents and members alike
- Attendance at club functions and workshop trainings
- Select the monthly Club of the Month winner
- Program support
- Review club policies annually
- Be knowledgeable on club policies and enforce them
- Assist in planning large-scale events such as the Activities Fair, the Fall Club Kickoff, and an End of Year Club gathering
- Brainstorming new initiatives for clubs and willing to try out new ideas
- Creating a positive, inclusive, and engaging environment for campus clubs and organizations
- Will be the eyes and ears of Loyola’s clubs and organizations
Meet this year's Club Council!
From left to right we have Allie Weis, Chloe Genakos, Caroline Annis, Claire Barry, and Claire Edmunds.
Meet Caroline Annis!
I am a member of the Club Council, Photography Adventure Club, Best Buddies and I am the President of the Global Studies Club. I am a mentor in Loyola's Student Leadership Corps and I love spending time outdoors and playing tennis. I'm so excited to work with the clubs and organizations on campus!
Meet Chloe Genakos!
My name is Chloe Genakos and I am in the Elementary Education program's class of 2019! I am the president of the Hellenic Society but am also an active member of Kappa Delta Pi, an Eduction Honor Society, Education Ambassadors, Operation Smile, Presence for Christmas, and the Pre-Dental Society. I look forward to being able to work alongside the Club Council and all Loyola clubs to collaborate and expand Loyola's club events and bring more unity amongst the campus!
Meet Claire Berry!
Claire Berry is a Junior from Titusville, NJ and is majoring in communications and political science major. A fun fact is that I love strawberries. I am in charge of the academic clubs here at Loyola.
Meet Claire Edmunds!
My name is Claire Edmunds and I am a senior majoring in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences. I am also the present of Together for Down Syndrome and on Loyola's Club Council. As a club council member I can assist you with any questions regarding special interest groups on campus. I look forward to working with you this year and wish everyone the best of luck this semester!
Meet Allie Weis!
My name is Allie Weis and I am a Senior at Loyola University Maryland (I'm a proud native Baltimorean). I am a Psychology major and a Philosophy minor with special interests in cultural and social anthropology. I currently serve as the Director of Campus Outreach on Loyola's Student Government Association in addition to serving on Club Council; I am extremely passionate about helping members of our campus community achieve their fullest potentials both on-campus and within our Baltimore community. I work very closely with the leaders of clubs and organizations on campus and work collaboratively to foster an inclusive and engaging campus culture. Promotion of on-campus events and collaboration between organizations are two elements of my work that I feel extremely passionate about. In addition to my work with SGA and Student Activities, I am a member of Loyola's National Psychology Honor Society (Psi Chi) and Alpha Sigma Nu (The National Jesuit Honor Society). Loyola has truly become a home away from home for me, and I am deeply motivated to give back to the community to the best of my abilities.