THE PSYCHOLOGY CLUB'S CONSTITUTION
ARTICLE III. OFFICERS
Section A: OFFICER TITLES
President, Vice president, Secretary, Treasurer, Webmaster, Faculty Advisor, Student Advisor
Public Relation/Recruitment, Community Service, Fund Raising, Special Events, Marketing
Section B. DUTIES
Part 1. The President will chair the meeting of PSYCLUB and will call special meeting as needed. The president will cote on PSYCLUB matters only in case of a tie.
Part 2. The Vice President shall chair any ad hoc committees or task forces of the organization.
Part 3. The Secretary will take, record, and file meeting-minutes; produce all official correspondence for the organization, and shall maintain accurate records of all activities and events involving the PSYCLUB.
Part 4. The Treasure will take responsibility for collecting, recording, and maintaining funds for the PSYCLUB. AN accurate report of all financial activities is to be given to the President, Secretary, and Faculty Advisor with two business days after the activity has transpired. Also acts as a liaison between PSYCLUB and ASI/OSL.
Part 5. The Web master is responsible for overseeing electronic communication, maintaining PSYCLUB information online, via PSYCLUB website and email reminders.
Part 6. The Faculty Advisor will be responsible for maintaining order in all meeting of the PSYCLUB. The Faculty Advisor is also responsible for overseeing and offering advisement regarding activity planning and events for the PSYCLUB.
Part 7. The Student Advisor is responsible for overseeing and offering advisement regarding activity planning and events for PSYCLUB.
Part 8. The Committee Chairs will be responsible for overseeing and maintaining public relations/recruitment, committee service, fundraising and special events.
Section C. REQUIREMENTS FOR RUNNING AND HOLDING OFFICE
Part 1. All officers and candidates for officers must be currently enrolled at CSUDH students holding a 2.0 GPA, enrolled with a minimum of 6 units, and junior of higher academic status. Officers must be able to attend meetings and works on projects as needed by the PSYCLUB. For any office other than Sergeant-at-Arms/Parliamentarian or Committee Chairs, officers must be either a psychology major or minor at CSUDH.
Section D. NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS
Part 1. Nominations for all officers will be taken from the floor of the third-to-last regular meeting of the spring semester each year.
Part 2. Any members may nominate any other member, including themselves.
Part 3. Elections will be held at the second-to-last meeting of the spring semester.
Part 4. Nominations may also be made during the election meeting itself, prior to closing of nominations and taking the vote.
Part 5. A simple majority vote of the quorum present at the meeting will be sufficient to elect an officer. If there are more than two. candidates receives a majority, there will be a run-off vote between the top two vote-recipients in the general meeting.
Section E. REMOVAL FROM OFFICE
Part 1. Officers may be removed from office for failure to perform duties or for violation of membership clauses.
Part 2. Officers to be voted upon in this regard will be notified of the intention to do so in writing at least one week prior to meeting at which a vote will be taken.
Part 3. A two-thirds shall be from the last meeting of each spring semester until the end of the second-to-last meeting of the subsequent spring semester.
Section F. TERMS OF OFFICE AND VACANCIES
Part 1. The term of office shall be from the last meeting of each spring semester until the end of the second-to-last meeting of the subsequent spring semester.
Part 2. Should a vacancy in office occur, there would be another nomination procedure and election for the vacant office.
Part 3. In the meantime, the Vice President will assume the duties of the president, the Treasurer will assume the duties of the Vice President, the Secretary will assume the duties of the Treasurer, and the Web Master will assume the duties of the Secretary should those offices be vacant.
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