The Committee consists of the officers elected by the general club members to perform specific duties on behalf of the club. All positions in the committee are open to any club member. However, only members that have been part of the committee for at least a year qualify for the club presidency. In order to execute important decisions in committee meetings, all or a majority of members are required to attend all meetings. At lest five to six members are required to attend committee meetings. The committee will meet on a regular and attendance will be recorded at all meetings. The current decision pertaining to meeting is every week. All major decisions pertaining to events, elections, conferences and any activity that has the clubs name attached to it should be approved by the committee.
Preside over all meetings. (In the absence of the President, the Vice President will take on responsibility).
Represent organization on campus.
Ensure that the organization is operating in conformity with the standards of the College of St. Scholastica and the Center for Just Living.
Maintain communication with organization adviser
2. Vice President
Preside over meetings in the absence of the President
Schedule meetings/events with appropriate personnel
Coordinate organization promotion and publicity of events
Maintain an accurate record of all organization meetings and post for members in a timely manner
Maintain membership directory
Correspond when necessary with administration and other recognized organizations
Maintain accurate record of organization transactions
Develop organization budget and present to committee and general membership
Arrange fundraising opportunies for the organization
Request additional funding if necessary from Student Senate
Work in conjonction with the President
Maintain communication and meet with officer(s) regularly
Awareness and approval of financial expenditures
Ensure that the organization is operating in conformity with the standards of The College St. Scholastica and the Center for Just Living.
Conditions for the removal of an officer or advisor:
In the event that the actions of an officer or advisor is inappropriate he or she may be removed from office by 50% vote of the other officers and 75% of the general membership.
The officer is permitted to speak before the Executive Committee and the general membership about the charges made against him or her.
The officer is not permitted to participate in the deliberation of the Executive Committee regarding the charges.
The treasurer should provide detailed financial procedures including the amount after activities. Money shall be deposited and disbursed through a bank account through The College of St. Scholastica's Business Office.
The treasurer should ensure that all funds must be deposited within 24 hours after collection.