Welcome to the BICC!
What Do We Do?
The BICC is a funding council that receives student fees from Associated Students, inc. (ASI) to be used for student benefit. All recognized business clubs report to the BICC and are allowed to propose funding plans to aid their organization. Typical proposals include funding for professional events, guest speakers, and student travel. The council itself also coordinates, funds, and hosts college-wide events such as Business Week.
In addition to funding its member organizations, the BICC strives to aid its members in successful operations that benefit student members, the College of Business and Economics, and the University.
Statement of Purpose
The purpose of the BICC is to facilitate greater degrees of communication and cooperation between the student business-related clubs, organizations, associations, societies, and fraternities affiliated with the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics. In addition, the BICC shall strive to foster and promote school unity within the entire student body, to facilitate and aid in the continual existence and success of all registered business organizations on CSUF, and to enhance the reputation of this body at CSUF and within the community at large.
The BICC is not a club. Students do not “join” the BICC, but are elected by a business club to represent that club’s interests at council meetings. These representatives, along with the BICC Executive Board, comprise the council. Council meetings are normally open to the general public to attend/observe.
The BICC is Sponsored by Student Affairs at California State University, Fullerton
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