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Current Clubs  | Pending Clubs  | How to Start a Club  | FAQs 

About FSU Clubs

Clubs are a cornerstone of student life on campus, allowing students with similar interests, backgrounds and ambitions to come together. Any full time student can start or join a club regardless of who you are or where you’re from. Each of our clubs provides an insightful and meaningful contribution to the Fanshawe College community. Find a club below, or review the documents needed to create your own!

Executive positions in FSU Clubs qualify to be added to your Co-Curricular Record (CCR). For more information on how to create and add to your CCR, visit our Co-Curricular Record page.

For questions and/or concerns in regards to Clubs, please contact

Current Clubs

The following Clubs have been ratified. Interested in Joining a Club? Click/tap on each Club for more information as well as and the contact information for the Club President and Vice President.

Bayanihan Club

The Bhagvad Gita Club

Code Club

Culture Connect

Fanshawe Foodies Club

French Learners Club

Gujarati Club London

Muslim Student Association (MSA)

Police and Law Enforcement Rising Club (PLER)

Robotics Club

SKAF (South Korea Association of Fanshawe)

Spectrum 2.0

Startup and Entrepreneurship Club

Pending Clubs

‘Pending’ means that the Club is waiting to be fully approved. You can join a Pending Club, however, at this time they are not fully ratified. When the Club becomes ratified it will move up into Current Clubs.

There are no pending clubs at this time.

How to Start a Club

Interested in Starting a Club? Here is the process.

  1. Fill out a Club Charter .
  2. Submit the completed Club Charter online. Ensure you have a minimum of five full-time students (one President, one Vice President, two Signing Officers and at least one Member).
  3. The Club Charter is reviewed and student numbers checked to ensure the requirements are met, in accordance with the Club Policy.
  4. The Club Charter will go to the Executive Committee for approval.
  5. If approved, the President will be notified via email by the Finance Coordinator. Clubs training will need to be completed, and the Club Policy Contract signed. After Clubs Training is complete, the Club will be fully ratified and added to the FSU website.

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of club can I start?

You can start almost any kind of club! The Fanshawe Student Union encourages students to start clubs based off common interest, program associations, culture or religion, community service and many more! Please note: Athletic or Sporting Clubs will not be approved.

Do I need a Faculty/Staff advisor?

Will my Club receive funding?

Can my Club host events?

How do I book College Space (i.e. classroom or cafeteria or lecture theatre)?

Can we collaborate with other clubs for events?

How can we promote our club on campus?

I still have questions. Who do I contact?

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