Presentation on theme: "By: Jeremy Sippel. Sharing knowledge about the university and personal experience -230+ organizations Provide professional expertise to student organization."— Presentation transcript:
Sharing knowledge about the university and personal experience -230+ organizations Provide professional expertise to student organization members Foster rewarding mentorships with students Contribute to the growth and development of students through co-curricular activity
Observe and assist in the development of students Teach, lead, and coach students Serve as a reference for students Serve as a mentor for students Observe culture changes in the life of the University and community Form networks with colleagues involved as advisers in similar organizations Provide service to the University Participate in an organization whose purpose you support Receive recognition by the institution, the organization, and students for a job well done
Contracts Timeline (3 mo. Int’l.; 1 mo. Others) If hasn’t done business w/SCSU, need to complete a W-9 & get vendor number. Follow “Contract Information Sheet” & “Purchase Order Information Sheet” on website 2% tax on any non-resident entertainers
Special Fundraising Policies: 1. Sport clubs are under the jurisdiction of Campus Recreation. Any event involving a sport club using university recreational facilities must be coordinated through that department. 2. All residence hall-related activities must be coordinated through the Residential Life Department. 3. Human Auctions: Auctions which involve selling, bidding for, or in any way paying for person’s individual company or services are prohibited. 4. Drawings/Games of Chance/Raffles: Gambling for money or other things of value on campus or at University sponsored activities is prohibited except as permitted by law. 5. Food Sales: Any food-related sales anywhere on campus must be approved and coordinated through Sodexo Food Atwood - Must use Sodexo Other buildings – Sodexo has first right of refusal
To Login to CollegiateLink use HuskyNet ID and password If your organization has an e-mail address, use that to login If your organization does not have an e-mail address you can request one from the Helpdesk in Atwood If you need a password reset you can go onto the Huskynet website and ask for a reset Advisers are the only ones allowed to do this Please pass on login information year to year to student leaders
News Article Create article to showcase honors/recognition of organization How can organization benefit student Look good on resume? Leadership Opportunities
Create Flyers posted to CollegiateLink homepage Send individualized invitations Power to RSVP Possible attendance Figure out cost Food necessities Resources needed
Send messages to your membership Communicate on wall Link to Facebook, Twitter, Blogs Go Green/Online Meeting Agendas Use Forms app.
Computer counting Unbiased party Limit who votes Prohibit non-organization members Set up multiple elections at one time
Use as a recruitment tool for incoming students Orientation Advising Days (if applicable) Mainstreet Site setup by Mainstreet you can accept new members on day of Mainstreet Organization Fair
Please remember to register by deadlines because Atwood will release room reservations Review guidebook for constitution updates You will not receive confirmations on whether your organization is registered Please check with the Student Organization office to ensure registration
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