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All student organization are required to have a minimum of 3 members. All members must be students in good academic standing and registered at Arizona State University.
*Membership in a registered student organization is limited to students enrolled for at least one semester hour of credit at ASU. Faculty, staff, alumni, and others may participate in the activities and programs of student organizations, but may not be recognized as an organizational member unless also enrolled in at least one semester hour of credit at ASU.
All student organizations are required to have a minimum of 3 officers. All officers must be students registered and currently enrolled at Arizona State University.
All organizations are required to submit a constitution when registering or renewing their student organization. If you are registering with the online registration system for the first time, you will be instructed as to how to upload a copy of the constitution. A sample template to assist you in constructing and formatting your constitution is available on Sun Devil® Sync. Select the Document Type dropdown in the top left and click on “Constitution/Bylaws”.
All constitutions are required to include and clearly label the Non-Discrimination Statement:
Membership and all privileges, including voting and officer positions, must be extended to all students without regard to age, ethnicity, gender, disability, color, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 106.14, makes an exception for social fraternities and sororities, in regard to gender, for membership criteria. Religious student organizations will not be denied registration solely because they limit membership or leadership positions to students who share the same religious beliefs. These groups, however, may not discriminate in membership or leadership on any other prohibited basis (i.e., age, ethnicity, gender, disability, color, national origin, race, sexual orientation, or veteran status).
Club Advisors are experienced faculty and staff members who formally mentor student leaders and connect students who share similar passions and interests through a club experience. Club Advisors serve as a bridge between the university and student organizations to create a cohesive and holistic experience both inside and outside of the classroom. Club Advisors play an active role in guiding students in their pursuit of leadership development, connecting students to resources, and positively impact the overall well-being of the students they serve.