Having a student club is a great way to network with other students in or outside of your program. It creates a sense of community and allows for the participates to engage in fun activities outside the classroom setting.
How do I start a club?
If you would like to start a new student club please read club proposal info and fill out form below. Email to Mylani Demas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Club Proposal
You must have names and contact info for at least 4 other interested students in order to start a club. Clubs receive $75 per year for club supplies with more offered for club events.
This instructor led club encourages students to bring audio files, original or not, to the group. Discuss why you are interested by the audio you bring, ask questions or ask for critiques on original content. Arrive with open ears and an open mind. Contact Sound Instructor David Olgivy for more info.
League of Legends Club
We are a group of League of Legends players with the goal of competing in Riot’s competitive collegate league. We encourage anyone interested in playing League of Legends (competitive or not) to join the group. We are promoting an environment of friendly gamers with the goal of having a competitive team to compete in the collegate league! We will talk about strategies, play styles and roles for players to improve their game. Contact Digital Film students Ivan Yip or Brian Bisby for meeting times and locations.
Student Broadcast Alliance
This club will support Ex’radio by helping with projects to promote and boost the campus radio station. If you are not interested in having a radio show, but would like to help with other aspects of Ex’radio, like promotions, editing, assisting on projects, and planning, this is the club for you. SBA plans to meet bi-monthly and is open to students in all programs. Contact Sound Arts student, Travis Perkins to get involved.
Club Draw Good
This is a club for the basics. Perspective, lighting and anatomy are the main focuses of each meeting. There will a warm up drawing and then a main drawing. After which a second drawing will be done depending on the time. There will be a best drawing each day voted by the students present at each meeting to encourage competition. Anyone with the desire to improve their artistic skills and is willing to listen to their peers constructive feedback are free to attend. For more information about the club and meetings, please contact AVE student John McLeod and join our Facebook group!
Ex’pression: The Gathering
A club for people to play Magic: The Gathering. The purpose of the club is to bring people together for friendship and networking while playing a fun and engaging game. This isn’t just a club, this is bringing the world together. ETG is open to students, faculty and staff. For more information about the club and meetings please contact GAD student Joshua Morrison.
The Musician’s club is a multipurpose club. It was created to provide students, staff, and alumni that are musicians the opportunity to interact with other musicians at school. The club functions to provide a network of Ex’pression musicians, foster an environment for musical expression, organize events geared toward musicians, and host jam sessions. Can you dig it? Email Sound Arts student Nigel Brown for more info about club meetings and sessions.
The D-Pad is Ex’Pression’s new video game club where students can come and play games. Also, we will talk about new and upcoming games and hold a video game tournament every last friday of the month. Contact Sound Arts student Malcolm Henry for more details.
Audio Engineering Society – Ex’pression Chapter
As the professional society for audio, the AES serves its global membership by providing educational resources, leadership in the development of new standards and technologies, and forums for the exchange of creative and scientific information.
Membership in the AES connects you to a worldwide organization of audio professionals representing all areas of the industry. Also, increased opportunities to further your education through: workshops, tutorials, seminars, conferences, conventions, etc.
Becoming an AES member demonstrates to your colleagues, clients and employers that you are serious about your profession and dedicated to being the best audio engineer that you can be.
If you would like to learn more about the club and how you can get involved with AES please email the AES Club. You can also learn more about the Ex’pression AES chapter by checking them out on Facebook and the AES website.