Student Organization Review Board

The Student Organization Review Board is a board of staff and students who are charged with reviewing applications for new student organizations, student organization misconduct review, and other student organization administrative decisions. The board meets each month during the fall and winter semesters to review applications and make administrative decisions.

Purpose

The purpose of the Student Organization Review Board (SORB) is to:

  1. Review student organization registration requests and determine classification status.
  2. Review complaints regarding student organizations and conduct the Student Organization Misconduct Review Process in conjunction with the Dean of Student's Office.
  3. Support the annual student organization recognition and awards process.

Attendance at meetings is required by board members. A quorum of four SORB members is required to conduct official business. SORB meetings are closed meetings unless approved by the chair in advance.

Board Membership

The Student Organization Review Board will consist of the following eight members:

  1. Student Organization Development Coordinator (Chair)
  2. Student Senate President or designated Cabinet Member
  3. Two students appointed by the Director of Student Life
  4. Two professional staff representatives from the Division of Student Services
  5. One graduate assistant from the Office of Student Life appointed by the Director of Student Life
  6. One student staff assistant from the Office of Student Life (non-voting)

The Director or an Assistant Director of Student Life will act as the SORB Chair if the Student Organization Development Coordinator is unable due to absence or conflict of interest. Vacancies will be filled by the Director of Student Life.


Student Org Review Board Meetings

Date

Time

Location

September 23, 2016

10 a.m.

KC 1142

October 21, 2016

10 a.m.

KC 1142

November 18, 2016

10 a.m.

KC 1142

December 9, 2016

10 a.m.

KC 1104

January 20, 2017

10 a.m.

KC 1142



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