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ADVISOR WORKSHOP SERIES: ASUN / Student Activities Center Molly McCormack, M.Ed. Asst. Director Student Activities – Clubs & Organizations ASUN Policies.

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1 ADVISOR WORKSHOP SERIES: ASUN / Student Activities Center Molly McCormack, M.Ed. Asst. Director Student Activities – Clubs & Organizations ASUN Policies & Procedures

2 Overview The Basics of ASUN Policies & Procedures ASUN Department of Clubs & Organizations Recognition & Sustainability Requirements Benefits of being a clubs Day-to-Day Operations Funding Policies Important C&O Dates and Events

3 ASUN Department of Clubs & Orgs. 1 – Director of Clubs & Organizations, Patrick Delaplain 8 – Club Commissioners: Phil Hacker - Greek Life Adam Crabtree - Sports & Recreation Erin Gelmstedt- Pre Professional/Academic: Arts, Business, Education Schinria Islam - Pre Professional/Academic: Science & Engineering Adam Kirtley - Campus Life Nathan Demuth - Service & Community Outreach pending – Multicultural & Diversity open – Social & Political Involvement 259 – Clubs and Organizations, as of September 2, ,286 – Students in a club or organization, as of September 2, 2009

4 Gaining Recognition & Sustaining a Club undergraduate UNR students enrolled in 7+ credits 2. One (1) Advisor who is currently employed by the University (Administrative/Academic Faculty & Staff) 3. Constitution 4. Appointment of a President & Treasurer 5. Signature card signed by President & Treasurer (minimum) and turned into the ASUN Accounting Office

5 Benefits of Becoming ASUN Recognized Access to C&O Resources: Club resource room Roaster ovens Cotton candy machine Popcorn machine Cold drink dispensers Warm drink dispensers Tents Coolers ASUN Sound, Lights, & Staging Marketing with Inkblot Funding from ASUN Much more!!!! Access to a growing number of leadership, personal, and professional development opportunities. Leadership Conference Workshop series

6 How is this all achieved? Online: Club membership Appointment of officers Appointment of Advisor Constitution In Person: Signature card (forms wall in ASUN, deliver to ASUN Acct.) https://asun.unr.edu/Club/Portal/Login.aspx

7 OrgSync https://asun.unr.edu/Default.aspx Ability to communicate more efficiently within the club Ability to create a calendar based off all your affiliations Ability for members to pay for things like dues, apparel, etc. Much more…..let’s visit OrgSync

8 Day-to-Day Duties of Clubs Student Events Advisory Board (SEAB) Student activities website > Student Events Advisory Board Funding ASUN website > Clubs > Forms > Fiscal Funding Request Resources ASUN website > Clubs > ASUN Resources

9 Funding Funding Tier 2 Tier 2a Travel that enriches leadership, academic, professional, and athletic development Consumable items (travel, food, conference registration, etc.) Tier 2b Enrich leadership, academic, professional, and athletic development Does not actively involve greater student population Consumable items (speaker fees, food, etc.) $1,000 cap per academic year

10 Assist club infrastructure Recruitment and/or retention purposes Materials, apparel, awards, supplies, etc. $700 cap per academic year Funding Cont’d Funding Cont’d Tier 4

11 Important C&O Dates & Events Funding Periods & Due Dates Fall I - Applications Due: September 8Fall II – Applications Due: November 2 Funding Hearing: September 12Funding Hearing: November 7 Coverage Period: Sept. 14 – Nov. 15Coverage Period: Nov. 9 – Feb. 14 Club Fair Spring – February 10, 2010 Clubs & Organizations Leader Training (COLT) Fall II COLT – October 2 Spring I COLT – January 28 Leadership Conference February 20 th – The Joe

12 Successful Advising Tips Do: Help them to see alternatives and provide an outside perspective Make sure to understand the importance of, and encourage OPEN DIALOGUE Don’t: Only get to know the club leaders Say you know, when you don’t Use the club to promote your agenda

13 Why Advise? The Liability Myth “…institutions need to ensure that student have the skills, support systems, and authority required to carry out [their] responsibilities successfully” (Ackerman, Werner, Vaccaro ed., 2005 p. 139). YOU are that support system!! An advocate for THEIR purpose Retention Retention Retention!!!

14 THANKS FOR YOUR TIME!! But most importantly, thank you for your commitment to advising our students! ASUN & Student Activities


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