Register a Student Organization
The Benefits of Registration
Student organizations must be registered with the University in order to function on- or off-campus. Registration permits organizations to:
- Request the use of University facilities, equipment and services such as transportation.
- Publicize their events on campus using approved posters or campus cable spots.
- Attend leadership training sessions and motivational seminars.
- Charge member dues to student accounts during specific times.
- Reserve the Campus Center Conference Room for organizational meetings and functions.
- Access organizational and event planning consultation. Contact Steve Yeagley (471-6683) to set up an appointment.
In order to be recognized by the University, student organizations must:
- Register annually with the Student Life Office
- Be overseen by an approved faculty or staff advisor
- Have a minimum of three currently enrolled students as officers
- Have a constitution on file in the Student Life Office
- Be open to and respect the rights of all Andrews University students (read more)
- Be in conformity with University policies and values
- Send an advisor and at least one officer to a student organizations orientation session or its equivalent.
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Student groups that do not meet these criteria are not permitted to function, recruit or otherwise have an influence on the Andrews University campus.
The failure of a registered student organization to meet the policies and expectations of the University may result in the revoking of University approval.
|Complete a Student Organization Registration Form|
|Write or update your Constitution using the Sample Constitution as a guide|
|Complete an Agency Fund Sheet if you don't yet have an organization account.|
|Bring the completed documents to the Student Life Office for review. Once your Agency Fund Sheet has been signed by the Assistant Dean for Student Life you will need to take it to the Accounting Department to receive your IDC account number.|
|Have one officer and an advisor attend a Student Organizations Orientation Session.|
You are now registered!