Student Activities (Policy 3.050)
||F.S. 1001.64; FAC 6A-14.057
||7/82; Rev. 7/92; 5/02; 11/03; 12/04; 05/09; 05/2013
|Date of Review:
||05/09; 08/11; 12/12
Pursuant to Florida Statute 1001.64, the Board of Trustees has authority to implement policies related to students and the following policy shall apply to Student Activities at the College:
- Student Activities
As Seminole State College recognizes the importance of learning both inside and outside the classroom, the Office of Student Life, has responsibility for the planning, oversight, and implementation of the student activities program of the College. The Office of Student Life shall be responsible for supervising all student success services, including, but not limited to, the following: Student Government Association (SGA), Student Leadership Programs, Co-Curricular Programming, Clubs and Organizations, Service Learning/Volunteer Programs, Campus Entertainment, and The Scribe (student newspaper.)
- Student Government Association
The Student Government Association is an alliance of students working together to create a campus environment that supports the teaching-learning process and to provide a forum for students to participate in institutional decision-making. The Student Government Association approves campus clubs and organizations, provides appropriate leadership activities for students, sponsors co-curricular events, and recommends students for membership on campus committees. The Student Government Association is an active participant of the Florida College System Student Government Association.
- Admission to Activities
The student identification card, available to all students, admits students to programs held on or off campus.
- The President will cause procedures to be developed and established to implement this policy.