Pace Law School Student Handbook: Student Organizations
September 1, 2006
- The name of the proposed organization.
- The organization’s purpose(s).
- A definition of the responsibility of each of the chief officers, one of who must be assigned to keep the organization’s financial records.
- "Procedures and Guidelines" for the election of officers.
- A statement that clearly indicates the length of each officer’s elected term.
- A non-discrimination statement.
- Submit a copy of your organization’s letter of intent, constitution and a list of interested members, including signatures, to the President of the SBA.
- Request, through the SBA secretary, a place on the agenda for the next SBA meeting.
- The SBA or its Constitution Committee will reserve the right to ask questions and review the constitution under consideration.
- At the next meeting, the SBA will vote on the matter and inform you of its decision.
- If approved by the SBA the constitution will be forwarded to the Office of the Dean for Students, with the SBA recommendation, for approval.
- The Office of the Dean for Students reserves the right to meet with the organization's executive board to discuss the organization's objectives and goals.
- The Office of the Dean for Students will inform the SBA and the organization of its decision. If the decision of the Dean for Students is contrary to the recommendation of the SBA, a written explanation will be issued.
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