Student Resources

 Resource Overview

Do you need travel forms? 

Do you want to plan an event?
Do you need to view a copy of the student handbook? 

To Learn More:

Coordinator of Student Activities


Your Resources

In this area you will find several resources that student organization         advisors, officers and members might find helpful in conducting organizational business. If you are looking to start a new student organization you may find helpful information here as well!

Please take the time to utilize this portion of the web site. If you have any questions you may contact the Office of Student Activities at

Student Clubs and Organizations

Requirements and procedures for establishing a new student organization, student organization rules and regulations, and student advisory guidelines are also available in the Office of Student Activities.

Student Club and Organization Registration Check List

Event Planning

Event approval is required for ALL on/off campus activities. The paperwork that may be required for an event: fundraiser/activity request, public affairs request, an event flyer, a service request, and an expenditure form. Please consult with your advisor regarding ALL on/off campus events. The approval process may take up to 3 weeks, so please submit your request in a timely manner.

 Public Affairs Event Request

Activity Fundraiser Form


All travel must be approved by the Vice President of Student Services and the Coordinator of Student Activities. Please complete the Student Trip request at least 3 weeks prior to travel.

Travel Form  – Student

Waiver of Liability – Student

Student Club and Organization Handbook
Student Handbook and Planner

The Galveston College Catalog is the primary source for information about the academic policies and regulations that govern students’ academic life at the College. As a student of Galveston College, you are responsible for knowing and abiding by the policies and regulations set forth in the college catalog. The Student Handbook and Planner is intended to provide information about policies and procedures and to be a tool for your academic success.