Student membership to clubs and organizations is available to all USC-Lancaster students, including DE (dual-enrollment) students. Individual clubs and organizations may stipulate specific requirements for membership which can be found in each club or organization’s constitution.
*No student will be rejected membership to a club or organization on the basis of color, religion, gender, or other discriminatory factors. If a student believes they have been discriminated against, we strongly encourage you to complete the Anonymous Student Feedback Form.
USC Lancaster students who transfer to another USC campus may continue their membership unless prohibited by the club or organization. Restrictions on student membership after transferring can be found in each club or organization’s constitution.
Transfer students who retain membership are prohibited from holding any officer positions, voting on club or organization decisions, and participating in any Student Life funded events. This restriction is universally applied to all clubs and organizations and cannot be overridden by individual constitutions.
If you have any questions about student membership that is not addressed above, please contact the USCL Student Life office directly:
Starr Hall 106