Student Organizations - Advisors
All registered student organizations are required to have an advisor who must be a full time faculty or unclassified staff member. While the level of involvement is to be determined by the advisor and the organization, basic practices are as follows:
- To act as a resource to the officers and members of the organization in a non-classroom environment.
- To assist the organization in all phases of its operations.
- To sign appropriate forms implying knowledge of the organization’s activities and fiscal status, but not assuming fiscal responsibility.
- Advisors of RSOs and/or Club Sports which receive funding via the Student Organization Leadership Fund must sign appropriate paperwork.
- To serve as a liaison between old and new officers and the University administration, thus providing stability and continuity of operation.