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William Clemm II
Feb 5, 2018

Spring 2018 Student Organization Review

Feb 5, 2018 by William Clemm II

Efferson Student Union & Activities is committed to supporting FAMU student organizations as they work to fulfill their respective missions and purposes. As a department we are here to provide student organizations, student leaders and advisors with accurate information and access to resources that will help them be successful on campus and in the community.

To better assess the needs of student organizations at FAMU we will be reviewing the constitutions and iStrike portals of all student organizations that have registered for the Spring 2018 semester.  The purpose of the review is to identify each student organization’s mission, purposes and bylaws.  We will use that information to develop new approaches to assist students with staying on target with what the organization is supposed to be doing and ensuring that the organization is in line with the University, Student Affairs and Efferson Student Union & Activities missions.

To assist us with this process we are requiring all student organizations to upload the following information into their respective iStrike portals. 

  • All events hosted on and off campus during the Summer and Fall 2017 semesters (please include a detailed description)
  • All events planned for the Spring 2018 semester (please include a detailed description)
  • Photos/Photo Albums from events and activities hosted during the Summer and Fall 2017 semesters (please include caption information)
  • Update membership positions with current advisors, officers, chairpersons and general members

This information will be cross-referenced with student organizations’ mission, purposes and bylaws.  From there student organizations will be contacted by their respective Efferson Student Union & Activities advisor to discuss how we can better assist you. During that meeting we will also discuss future expectations for all student organizations and how each organization can stay active on campus.