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Do you have to describe clubs on applications?

dean5150dean5150 Registered User Posts: 318 Member
edited April 2008 in College Admissions
I'm the president and founder of a club, so I'm guessing that will look good on my resume. But the club has only had about 5 members (all but one is in my grade) at a time, and often only 3 people will come to a meeting. It is a small school, but most other clubs do have more members. It's a computer type club and we do hands on stuff and we probably wouldn't want more than 10 kids anyway. A lot of kids in the school probably don't even know it exists.

Does this sound like it could be a problem? Do I have to mention the fact that it's small?
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Replies to: Do you have to describe clubs on applications?

  • Columbia_StudentColumbia_Student Registered User Posts: 5,046 Senior Member
    No, describe what the club is for and what you do in the club. I know some colleges has an example of what they want to see in describing your EC activities.
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