Section 1: The purpose of this organization shall be to:
a. function as a viable student organization
b. encourage purposeful participation
c. create campus programs and services of value
d. facilitate critical thinking and problem-solving skills
e. facilitate project management and development skills
f. as appropriate, implement areas of student research and investigation within the academic domains of health services administration and/or public health.
Section 1: The officers of the organization shall consist of a president, a secretary, and a treasurer.
Section 2: Duties and Powers
a. The duties of the president shall include but are not limited to: preside at all meetings, call special meetings, appoint special committees, foster membership development, and coordinate efforts with the Academic Advisor and committee members.
b. The duties of the secretary shall include but are not limited to: keep an accurate and permanent record of the organization, prepare all correspondence, notify the Office of Student Activities of all meetings and activities, and make necessary reports.
c. The duties of the treasurer shall include but are not limited to: keep an accurate and complete record of all monetary transactions. The treasurer must disburse money allocated in accordance with the regulations ofFinance Committee and/or finance department, and the College.
Section 3: Election of Officers:
a. The officers shall be elected at the first meeting of the Spring semester to allow time to prepare the budget, constitution, and registration forms for the coming year.
b. All candidates must be approved by the Dean of the School of Allied Health Professions or designated other.
c. The candidates shall be nominated in the following manner: a nominating committee, nominations from the floor, or a combination of both of these.
d. Voting shall be show of hands or other method as decided by the organization.
e. A majority of 2/3 of all votes cast shall be necessary for election.
f. Notify the Office of Student Activities of officer changes.
Section 1: A student organization will admit students without regard to their race, religion, color, sex, age, handicap, sexual orientation or national origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and other activities generally accorded or made available to members of the organization and the campus community.