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CSUEB Organization Recognition & Renewal
Transcript of CSUEB Organization Recognition & Renewal
Campus Life Starts Here!
Final Reminders and Upcoming Events
Why Get Recognized?
Recruit members on campus
Reserve and use university facilities and equipment
Student Life and Leadership Programs
Associated Students, Inc. (ASI)
Recreation and Wellness Center (RAW)
Steps to Recognition
FALL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Submit changes in constitution, bylaws and officers to Student Life within 10 days of the change. See fillable constitution form on the website to submit requests through email.
Only Officers listed on your organization’s Request for Recognition are authorized to reserve University facilities
Please allow for a 72-hour turnaround when additional signatures are required!
Amplified sound is generally RESTRICTED TO THE HOURS BETWEEN 11:45 am – 1:15 pm! Refer to the University’s policy on Time, Place, and Manner for more details.
Following forms must be completed no later than October 29, 2014:
- Club and Organization Recognition and Renewal Form (filled out by president)
- Officer Recognition and Renewal
- Club Advisor
All officers must attend one Recognition and Renewal meeting
All officers must attend:
- Fall Student Leadership Conference
- Winter Quarter Leadership Workshop
- Student Organization Leadership And Recognition (SOLAR) Awards
Matriculated, enrolled full time, and in good standing
Minimum GPA of 2.0
No probation of any kind
President and Treasurer: Minimum of 9 quarter units and minimum of 2 quarters per academic year
May not hold office after earning 225 units (75 for grad students)
CSU Executive Order 1006:
Governs Clubs and Holds the University Accountable For Ensuring Compliance With…
Membership minimum = 5
Student Code of Conduct
SLLP works with the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities as well as Health & Wellness to sanction clubs that violate EO 1006 and/or the Student Code of Conduct.
Publicity Resources Available in Student Life!
Student Life and Leadership Programs
New University Union, Room 2011
(510) 885-3657 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow us on Facebook on all of our 5 pages:
CSUEB Student Life & Leadership Programs
CSUEB Greek Life
CSUEB Cultural Groups
CSUEB Smooth Transitions
We are here for YOU!
Staff or faculty; full or part-time
Can't be an ASI or auxiliary staff member
Assist and support clubs with events/programs, maintenance, and growth
Coach club officers and members to adhere to University policies and procedures
Attend events and activities
Complete Campus Advisor form (only on-campus advisors have to fill out)
Attend training on October 30th, 2014
Off-campus catering service, clubs must provide a
proof of insurance
to the SLLP office.
No home preparation of food for public consumption
Events with food must adhere to Alameda County Food Handling Requirements
MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY
Participate in campus events and contests
Use Banking Services provided by the University
Hold meetings, events, and programs on campus
Apply for ASI for event funding
Saturday, November 8 from 9am-3pm
Theme: People, Purpose, Passion: The Pathway to Success
Spirit: Show CSUEB/theme pride and engage with the conference before and during
Philanthropy: Student Homelessness
-Before conference: Turn in clothes and health supplies into the SLLP office
Volunteer: Day of conference, extra spirit points
Saturday, October 25 from 7:30am-1pm
Volunteering is awesome! Please join us for CSUEB Make a Difference Day 2014! This year's community service project will be centered around the Tennyson High School neighborhood as well as Weekes Community Park!
Saturday, October 18 from 7:30am-1pm
If you would like to showcase your club/org to prospective students and their families, RSVP to host a table at Preview Day 2014! Volunteer and performance opportunities are also available!
Sport Clubs Council
One representative from each club, organization, team
Let your on campus advisor know as well as Student Life advisor
Will need to fill out forms such as waiver and liability
Are you involved in the community? Does your group participate in community service projects? Get recognized with our new Community Service Recognition Program for Clubs and Organizations!
Community Engaged Program Certification