A “student organization” means a group of College of Law students joined together in the pursuit of a common purpose. Such organizations must be open to all students without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.
Student organizations must have the formal agreement of a full-time College of Law faculty or staff member to serve as an advisor. In addition, any student organization seeking the privileges of status as a College of Law “registered student organization” must register annually in the Office of the Dean of Students.
Registering organizations must provide the following upon registering with the Office of the Dean of Students:
Registration does not imply COL endorsement of the viewpoints, objectives, or purposes of the student organization, and the COL assumes no responsibility for the content of programs or activities sponsored by a registered student organization.
The president or equivalent student organization leader must be currently enrolled at the COL and must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.25. If the leader's grade point average falls below 2.25, the leader will not be eligible to continue to serve in the leadership position.
Registered organizations must participate in student organization training session as required by the Office of the Dean of Students. The registration process will not be complete until this requirement has been met.
Registered organizations are entitled to the following privileges:
Student organizations are subject to the requirements of the College of Law Code of Conduct, and violations of the Code may result in the withdrawal of privileges under the provisions of the Code.
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