Student Organization Risk Management Training
All student organizations should be concerned with risk management. No matter how big an event or how small an activity, risk will be present at some level. Learning to manage risk will reduce individual liability and ensure a fun, safe environment for everyone involved.
All registered student organizations are required to attend training sessions on a set of risk management topics as it relates to individuals, organization functions and/or activities. At least the president of the organization should attend one of the trainings offered. If the president is not available, another officer can attend, but they will be responsible for educating the officers and members on the information learned.
Once the organization’s leaders have completed the training, they are responsible for presenting that information to their entire organization. Once the information is presented, please submit the Statement of Completion within 30 days after attending a Risk Management Education Program, indicating that the report was made to the organization’s membership. Attach a copy of the meeting agenda or minutes as documentation.
In order to maintain active status as a registered student organization, the Statement of Completion must be submitted to email@example.com by the date designated during training.
- Risk Management Policy Template: This template will provide basic information to help organizations develop individual policies.
- Hazing Legislation
Hazing Summary - Angelo State University expects that all members of all recognized student organizations will observe and fully comply with Texas State Statutes on hazing.