Though the Inter-Social Club Council has been a part of social clubs for 35 years, it will meet for the first time this semester.
ISCC, according to Chris Herrington, social clubs director, is comprised of elected or appointed individuals that have been charged to work together to provide solutions and opportunities for each social club to prosper both on campus and in Abilene.
The organization has four primary purposes including:
“Facilitate communication, interaction, and cooperation between the clubs, alumni, and administrative leaders; establish an occasion for the discussion of problems that are common to all social clubs and implement solutions; provide input on decisions and regulations that are in the best interest of the clubs and to maintain and sustain the wellbeing of social clubs on campus.”
Herrington said each of the 14 social clubs elected or appointed one to two representatives, each of who will be announced after Sing Song.
Members are unable to comment until they are announced.