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Richland Chronicle 5/07/24
Richland Chronicle 5/07/24

Richland kicks off spring semester with Club Expo

Dallas College Richland Campus turned into a hub of student activity during the Registered Student Organization (RSO) Expo.
This two-day event, held on Jan. 31 to Feb. 1, 2024, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., aimed to bring together students from all walks of campus life, providing them with an opportunity to explore the diverse range of clubs available on campus.

The Art Club display sign at the Club Expo in the El Paso Student Lounge on Feb. 1.   (Staff Photo/Christian Reyes)

Every club on campus set up tables, and students were encouraged to chat with at least five clubs for a chance to score a free Dallas College T-shirt.
Instead of traditional sign-in sheets, clubs used QR codes provided by the office to track student interest.
The expo catered to a wide range of interests. Clubs advocating for student leadership, different religions, STEM enthusiasts, creative arts and much more all had their place, creating an inclusive environment. Jason Tejeda, the treasurer from the Philosophy Club, said, “Recruitment has never been more successful.”
Jonathan White from the Office of Student Life and Engagement was more than satisfied with the outcome of the first day of the expo saying he “loves seeing students get together and network.”
Richland’s club expos also give students the opportunity to join a club, and if someone does not find their calling in the existing clubs, they can take the initiative of starting their own organization through OSLE. All you need to do is to head over to the Office of Student Life and ask for a flyer that includes all the steps you need to follow.

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