All existing student organizations must submit an end of the semester evaluation form and update their profile on OrgSync in the late spring semester (specific deadlines will be announced on OrgSync by spring break).
Organizations that fail to submit the re-registration application by the spring deadline will not be able to request funding for the fall semester from the BFC and will lose all registered organization privileges for the fall. (Organizations will have a chance to go through the approval process in the fall semester)
All organizations must submit a new constitution during re-registration.
The application will be reviewed and evaluated by the Director of Student Activities and the Committee on Student Life.
Re-Registration Approval Process, Probationary Status & Fiscal-Probationary Status
The Director of Student Activities and the Student Life Committee will review each application for re-registration.
The committee will either vote to re-approve the organization or recommend it for probationary status (reasons an organization may go on probationary status: inactivity, failure to complete goals, no concrete goals for the semester).
Probationary status means that the organization may only use their allocated funding with approval from the Director of Student Activities or request funding through supplemental budgets.
At the end of the respective semester, the Student Life Committee will decide if organizations that were placed on probationary status revert back to registered status or go on fiscal probationary status for the upcoming semester.
Fiscal-probationary status means that all the restrictions of probationary status apply and that an organization will not be able to request funds for the upcoming semester.
To get off of probationary status and to avoid fiscal-probationary status group leaders shall meet with the Vice President of Student Life, Student Activities interns, or the Director of Student Activities to discuss their programming, fiscal management and group leadership.