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So, you’re thinking about starting a new student organization on campus? Great! There are over 60 student organizations on campus, and their presence and contribution make the campus community a vibrant and much more interesting place. Student clubs and organizations a great way for students with like interests to pursue their passions and make friends along the way, and there is always room for more student groups. Stop by the Student Activities Office located in Anderson 319 to get started!
Revocation of a group's registered status can come upon the continued irresponsible use of the benefits listed above or violation of University policies. No Hamline group may discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, sexual orientation, handicap, color or ethnic origin.
Risk Assessment: Clubs that have activity with potential risk involved will need to have a special review before becoming registered. These include sports and other recreational activities. Issues involved include liability, funding, and space/field use.
Organization Review: Each non-chartered student organization will be reviewed by the Office of Student Leadership and Activities on a yearly basis. The review process will be outlined and shared with organizations by the end of September. Review meetings will be held during the month of October. During the review process organizations will be asked to provide a list of current members, officers and advisors, outline the goals of the organization for the academic year (including events/programs), and for additional information regarding the function and focus of the organization.
Every recognized student organization (chartered and non-chartered) at Hamline is required to have a faculty or staff person as an advisor. Advisors serve an important role, assisting with activities as well as with organizational development issues. As organization members come and go, the advisor serves as an anchor to the university community. He/she has knowledge of the organization’s past successes and challenges, University policies and procedures, and can help ensure the long-term continuity of the group as student leadership changes.
It is recommended that an advisor attend at least one organizational meeting a semester and help with training in of new officers. The advisor must be a Hamline faculty or staff member. If you are having difficulty in finding and advisor, contact the Office of Student Leadership and Activities.
A chartered organization is required to:
A chartered organization cannot exist solely to support a political candidate. Political organizations cannot financially support any party, candidate, or political action committee with their budget. A detailed account of the chartering process can be found in the HUSC bylaws.
Hamline forensic science students and a faculty member were featured in a story on KARE 11 News that illustrated the physical evidence a person leaves behind in a given day and how forensic scientists might collect and examine those clues.
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