Tier 1 student organizations that fail to complete the requirements outlined in ORGANIZATION ANNUAL REQUIREMENTS, or any other requirement placed on in a given school year may be moved to a Tier 2 organization and will not be able to apply for funding.
Tier 2 student organizations that fail to complete the requirements outlined in ORGANIZATION ANNUAL REQUIREMENTS, or any other requirement placed on in a given school year may be put on probation. This probationary period will last one year. Organizations that are on probation will have the rights, privileges, and responsibilities associated with recognized student organizations however, they must meet the requirements outlined in ORGANIZATION ANNUAL REQUIREMENTS by the end of the probationary year. If they, for the second year in a row, do not meet the requirements outlined in ORGANIZATION ANNUAL REQUIREMENTS then they will be deactivated.
Organizations may be deactivated if they lose and do not officially replace their faculty/staff advisor within any deadline set by the ADSE.
Organizations may be deactivated if they condone or participate in conduct prohibited by law or University policies or procedures, including, but not limited to, this Handbook.
Organizations that, at the discretion of the ADSE, fail to consistently demonstrate compliance with criteria 2-11 under “Process for Approval by the Inter-Club Council” as set forth above may be deactivated.
An organization that disbands is immediately considered deactivated
Deactivated student organizations have until September 1 of the following school year to seek to re-establish their active status by letter of appeal to the ADSE. All such appeals must address the reasons why the organization feels that it should be reactivated. Email appeals to [email protected] . If the ADSE is considering reactivation, it may be granted conditional on benchmarks or requirements set by the ADSE, which must be met before reactivation may occur. This could include probation and/or completion of one or more of the steps set forth above for recognition of a new student organization.
Deactivated organizations that file an appeal by September 1 deadline but lose the appeal are considered Dissolved.
The Deactivated organization that fails to file an appeal by September 1 deadline will be considered Dissolved.
Deactivated and Dissolved student organizations no longer have the rights, privileges, and responsibilities associated with recognition as student organizations.
All accounts belonging to the organization will be closed and any funds left over will be transferred to the Student Government Association account to be allocated for other organizational needs.
For a dissolved organization to be brought back to active status, interested students should email [email protected] for help. Students desiring to reactivate an organization that has been dissolved must successfully complete all the steps and approval processes listed above for recognition of a new student organization, the same as if they had never held active status.