Chartering of Student Organizations

In order to be recognized as a Student Organization on campus, the prospective organization must complete a Charter Application. It is required that the organization obtain the services of at least one faculty member or administrative staff person who will be willing to work with them as an advisor.

Please see below for the following trainings: President and Advisor, Student Event Coordinator, Treasurer, Title IX and Alcohol Education.

Charter applications will be due February 26, 2015 for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Required Officer Trainings

President and Advisor Training:

All Presidents are required to view the powerpoint below. This training is optional for Advisors. Once the powerpoint is complete Presidents will be directed to a contact sheet that will begin the chartering process. The final step is the charter appliction, all information (except signatures) must be typed. Handwritten documents will not be accepted. Once the Charter Application is complete the President must contact their SLD advisor to make an appointment to submit their application. Please contact your SLD advisor for questions: 

Student Clubs and Organizations
Alissa Aragon
AAragon@csustan.edu
209-667-3516 

Fraternities and Sororities
Nicole Turner
NTurner2@csustan.edu
209-664-6830

President & Advisor Orientation must be taken in order to access the charter application. This is optional for Advisors and mandatory for Presidents.

Sample Charter Application.pdf Charter Application Checklist.pdf
Sample Consitution.docx President Exit Form - online form
Member Roster, No Hazing and Off Campus Liability Forms.pdf  

 

Student Event Coordinator Training:

All Student Event Coordinators must attend a training in order to utilize the 25 Live campus reservation system. This training will also cover Temporary Food Permits, Special Event Safety Plans, Alcohol Use Requests, etc. This training is required for Student Event Coordinators but it is suggested that an additional officer is trained on this information as well. Only those officers will be able to create events on campus. Please contact the following people for questions: 

USU Reservations and Quad
Melissa Goodman
USU Reservations Coordinator
MGoodman1@csustan.edu
209-667-3191 

Student Organization Event Requests
Cindy Lindo
SLD Events Scheduler
CLindo@csustan.edu
209-667-3061 

Safety and Risk Management
Amanda Alberti
UPD Safety and Risk Coordinator
AAlberti1@csustan.edu
209-667-3022

Spring 2015 Dates

Thursday, January 22nd 9am-10am ESB 23 (Educational Services Building)
Thursday, January 22nd 10am-11am ESB 23(Educational Services Building)
Wednesday, January 28th 9am-10am ESB 23 (Educational Services Building)
Friday, Feburary 13th 3pm-4pm ESB 23

Please use this link to sign up for a training session:http://doodle.com/7rsfp7nynxnqhgiq

Treasurer Training:

All Treasurers must attend a training to discuss policies and procedures related to their Student Organization Trust Account. Each Treasurer will be contacted by the ASI Budget Assistant, Walter Juarez, for training sign ups. Please contact the following people for questions: 

Student Organization Funds/Allocation/Trust Agreements
Walter Juarez
ASI Budget Assistant
ASIBudgetAssistant@csustan.edu
209-667-3820 

Questions on Check Request Form
Jennifer Teicheira
ASI Administrative Support Assistant
JTeicheira@csustan.edu
209-667-3834

Date Time Location
Monday, February 2nd 1pm-2pm Warrior Room
Tuesday, February 10th 12pm-1pm Warrior Room
Wednesday, February 18th 1pm-2pm Warrior Room
Thursday, February 26th 10am-11am Warrior Room

You must RSVP to Walter the date you plan to attend. Please contact him at: ASIBudgetAssistant@csustan.edu or 209-667-3820 

Title IX Workshops:

All student org officers are required to attend one Title IX workshop before the end of the semester in which they are chartering. In order to comply with Chancellors Office Executive Order 1072: Implementation of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Related Sexual Harassment/Violence Legislation for CSU Students Student Organization officers are required to attend one of the following events. New members of Greek Organizations are also required to attend.

Spring 2015 Dates:

Leadership and Influence. Leading by Example. February 25, 12:30pm-1:30pm, Event Center
Sexversations! March 18, 12:30pm-1:30pm,

Event Center

Dating and Relationships April 15, 12:30pm-1:30pm,

Event Center

 

Alcohol Education Workshops:

All student org officers are required to attend one Alcohol Education workshop before the end of the semester in which they are chartering. In order to comply with Chancellors Office Executive Order 1068: Training and Orientation Programs Student Organization officers are required to attend one of the following events. New members of Greek Organizations are also required to attend.

Spring 2015 Dates

Are You @ Risk? Wednesday, February 18, 3pm-4pm, South Dining
Are You @ Risk? Sunday, February 22, 3pm-4pm, Bizzini 102

Are You at Risk?

Are You @ Risk? Powerpoint Slideshow - *you MUST watch this as a slideshow in order for the workshop to activate properly*

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 organizational mailbox, located in the Office of Student Leadership & Development
  • Receive on-campus accounting services
  • Use certain properties and facilities of the Associated Students
  • 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