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The name of this organization is the Student Activities Board (SAB) which is the activities branch of Student Government.
The Student Activities Board is the branch of Student Government that sponsors and co-sponsors social and cultural activities for the student body.
In order to be a general member or hold an officer position of SAB, all candidates must show an active commitment to the SAB mission statement and the Earlham College community.
The officers shall be the Convenor(s), Business Manager/Secretary, Publicity Manager, Equipment Manager, and six Students At Large.
All current Earlham College students are eligible for an officer position with the exception of students on academic probation.
Each officer is elected for a year term. Elections will take place each Fall.
The Equipment Manager will be appointed by the Student Activities Board.
Elections of members will coincide with the official Student Government Elections. Applications for elections will be available no less than 3 weeks prior to the date of election.
In the case of an inconclusive election, a re-election will take place.
If a vacancy occurs during the term of office of any officer, a temporary officer may by appointed by the convenor(s), advisor(s) and SNC if deemed necessary
The Convenor(s) shall:
The Business Manager/Secretary shall:
The Publicity Manager shall:
The Equipment Manager(s) shall:
The Students at Large shall:
All Board Members shall:
Grounds for Removal:
Process for Removal once grounds have been established:
The Director of Student Activities will give SAB their budget. Half of the budget is made from Student Activities monies and the other half is from the Student Organizations Council.
SAB is committed to working with the programming board to better the social atmosphere at Earlham College.
The SAB Advisor shall be the Director or Assistant Director of Student Activities and Runyan Center.
SAB may adopt by-laws to specifically outline implementation of the constitution by consensus of the Advisors and Convenors after one weeks notice.
Any member of SAB may propose amendment to this constitution.
Consensus of the Convenors, after one weeks notice, is required to approve an amendment.
It is recommended that this constitution be reviewed and revised once a year.
Article I — Name
Article II — Mission
Article III — Membership
Article IV — Officers
Article VI — Duties
Article VII — Finances
Article VIII — Programming Board
Article IX — Advisor
Article X — By-Laws
Article XI — Amendments
Article XII — Constitution Revision