The process is outlined in the Student Handbook along with many other policies regarding Student Activities and student organizations.┬á Copies of the Student Handbook & Planner are available at The John R. Yurtchuk Student Center┬áDesk and on the ┬▄└˛╔š website:
The Student Government Association Senate meets every Tuesday when classes are in session, at 11:30 AM in John R. Yurtchuk Student Center (Room 113-115).┬á These meetings are open to the campus community, and student organizations are required to have a representative attend a majority of these meetings.
Student Government Association executive board members are voted into office by the student body in April.┬áIn September, the four class representatives are elected.┬áTogether this board makes up the Student Government Association Senate.
Students are not permitted to drive the vans, however, your advisor may be authorized as a driver. We work closely with Campus Safety if vans are being requested for student transportation during events. There is no cost to use the van, however, there is a cost to hiring the driver.┬á
Only ┬▄└˛╔š┬árecognized student organizations (or administrative and academic departments) are permitted to fundraise on campus. Students are not permitted to reserve rooms on campus for private events, and/or do any kind of solicitation on campus without permission from the Vice President for Strategic Initiatives.
The Student Activities staff is in two locations within The John R. Yurtchuk Student Center. Our Director of Student Activities is located in the Wildcat Den. Our Assistant Director of Student Activities: Programming┬áis located upstairs in the Student Affairs Suite (Rm. 211) and our Assistant Director of Student Activities: Operations is located upstairs in the Conference Services Office. Our staff will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have!