Chartering of Student Organizations

 

In order to be recognized as a Student Organization on campus, the prospective organization must complete all required trainings and charter through an account on STANSync. It is required that the organization have no less than five student members and obtain the services of at least one faculty member or staff person who will be willing to work with them as an advisor. 

 

Required Officer Trainings

Student Organization Officers and Advisor Training:

All Student Organization Officers and Faculty/Staff Advisors must complete the required trainings on STANSync. These trainings can be accessed through the student organization's STANSync portal under the tab Forms. 

Please contact your SLD Advisor for questions: 

Student Clubs and Organizations
Josh Edrington, Student Clubs Advisor and New Student Orientation Coordinator
jwedrington@csustan.edu
209-667-3516 

Fraternities and Sororities
Sarah Velo, Greek Life & Leadership Programs Advisor
svelo@csustan.edu
209-667-3778

 

Student Club & Organization | Chatering Documents

Sample Consitution
Member Roster, No Hazing and Off Campus Liability Forms
ASI Student Organization Accounts Administration Agreement Policy
Student Organization Account Agreement

 

Student Event Coordinator Training:

All Student Event Coordinators must complete the training in order to utilize the STANSync reservation system. Only the Student Event Coordinator will be able to create events on campus. 

 

Treasurer Training:

All Treasurers must attend a training to discuss policies and procedures related to their Student Organization Trust Account.

 

Privileges of Chartered Organizations

  • Recruit members on campus
  • Hold meetings and social functions on campus
  • Use University facilities and services
  • Post material in appropriate locations around campus
  • Receive an organization mailbox, located in the Office of Student Leadership & Development
  • Receive on-campus accounting services
  • Use certain properties and facilities of the University Student Union
  • Reserve equipment from the Warrior Activities Center
  • Solicit funds or sell items on campus to raise funds for organizational or charitable purposes
  • Consultation services from the Advisors of the Office of Student Leadership and Development: Program planning, publicity, fund raising, leadership training, campus regulations, financial advisement, facility scheduling, and general advisement