Students are free to belong to and form any organizations to promote and develop their interests consistent with the following criteria:
a. The organization's adopted aims or actions must not violate Kenyon regulations or the civil rights of members of the College.
b. The organization must fill a need for students that is not currently being met by an existing organization on campus.
c. The organization must have a College advisor who is a member of the Kenyon administration, faculty, or staff.
d. All members of the organization must be Kenyon students. The organization of a social fraternity or sorority requires special procedures.
In order to benefit from the privileges granted to registered organizations, as enumerated in the student organization policies, a group or association composed of students is required to register as a student organization with the Director of Student Activities and the Committee on Student Life of Student Council. Registration does not commit the College to the proposed programs or views of any organization.