First of all, what's an association? A student association is run by UFV students who serve to represent all students within their academic discipline. As such, student groups that do not have a clear academic degree or trade program are designated as clubs. For example, there is a Business Administration Student Association (BASA) as students in that degree program require a representative voice, however the Pre-Med Club not being tied to an academic program is composed of students only representing themselves within a shared mutual interest.
As a UFV SUS Association, you will be eligible for free reservations in the Student Union Building, the ability to apply for funding, boothing opportunities, and access to other resources.
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Here is a step by step guide to get you started!
|1.- Print the CHECKLIST and the REGISTRATION PACKAGE . Your Checklist must be attached to the top of your registration package.|
|2.- Get a minimum of three and a maximum of five executives* in your association. Don't forget your executives will need to sign the registration package (P. 2).|
|3.- The association president must sign the Student Association Disclaimer (P. 3).|
|4.- Read The CONSTITUTION GUIDELINES here, and write up your own mandate and constitution (P.4).|
|5.- Now you're ready to begin recruiting at least 15 students who are currently registered SUS members. They will also need to sign the membership list (P. 5).|
|6.- The last signatures you'll need are the association president and treasurer who must sign the fund request policy (P. 6)|
|7.- You're almost finished! The last step is to submit a printed copy of your registration package to the Student Union Society Office (SUB1109), or submit a scanned copy to the Clubs and Associations Officer with the subject: "Association Registration Request" at firstname.lastname@example.org .|
|8.- Wait to be contacted by the Clubs and Associations Officer regarding your association registration status. (Estimated Processing Time: 1-3 weeks).|
1. A President – The elected spokesperson who facilitates the direction of the group, ensures responsibilities and goals are fulfilled, and ensures that members are familiar with SUS policies and bylaws.
2. A Treasurer – Handles financial matters including creating budgets and tracking receipts. Ensures fiscal responsibility for the association.
3. A Secretary – Responsible for the governance of the club. Schedules meetings, sets agendas, takes minutes, and keeps documentation updated, accurate, and available to the membership.
4. VP/Other Executives - You may choose to elect a Vice President or other Executive (such as Events Manager) up to a total of 5 executives. As these positions are customizable, build these positions to fit the needs of your organization.
5. Association members - Those students registered in the association degree program, independent of their active participation or not. These students are represented by the elected executive to relevant administrative bodies.
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