All existing student organizations must submit a Campus Contribution Form each semester and maintain an up to date profile.
Organizations that fail to meet the campus contribution requirement by the end of semester deadline will lose all registered organization privileges for the following semester.
All organizations must have a current new constitution during re-registration.
The application will be reviewed and evaluated by the Assistant Director of Student Engagement and the Committee on Student Life.
Re-Registration Approval Process, Probationary Status & Fiscal-Probationary Status
The Assistant Director of Student Engagement and the Student Life Committee will review each Campus Contribution Form.
The committee will determine whether to approve the campus contribution or recommend it for probationary status (reasons an organization may go on probationary status: inactivity, failure to complete campus contribution, no benefit for the campus community).
Probationary status means that the organization may only use their allocated funding with approval from the Assistant Director of Student Engagement.
Organizations will remain on probation until they have made a campus contribution and it has been approved by the committee. This contribution will need to be coordinated with the Assistant Director of Student Engagement.
To get off of probationary status group leaders shall meet with the Vice President of Student Life or the Assistant Director of Student Engagement to discuss their programming, fiscal management and group leadership.