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CF: Student Life Student Club & Academic Supported Organization Handbook

What is Student Life?! The Office of Student Life fosters the social, physical and educational wellbeing of students by providing opportunities and experiences for engagement on campus and in the community. Student engagement is accomplished by: • Providing resources and support for individual development as well as for student clubs and organizations • Fostering leadership development opportunities for students • Providing opportunities for student and faculty interaction through cocurricular events and services

Where is Student Life?! The Student Life Office is located upstairs in the Bryant Student Union Room 5-201 The Student Life Game room is located on the north side of the Patriot Cafe

Who is Student Life?! Marjorie McGee Director, Student Life mcgeem@cf.edu 352-854-2322 X1578 Jason Dodge Student Activities Coordinator dodgej@cf.edu 352-854-2322 X1903

Fall 2012

Spring 2013

Activities

Activities

Calendar

Calendar

Budget Policy

Event Planning

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Procedure

Procedure

Travel Planning & Procedure

Club Resources


Fall 2012 Student Activities Calendar

Board of Presidents

Service Domestic Violence Walk – CF Ocala, Sat. 9/8, 7am 9/11 Remembrance – 9/11 Memorial, Tues. 9/11, 9am Blood Drive – Clock Tower, Mon. 9/17-Wed.9/19, All Day American Heart Walk – Ocala Greenway, Sat. 10/6, 7am Volunteer Fair – Bedford Plaza, Wed. 10/17, 12:15-1:45 5K Breast Cancer Run – CF Ocala, Sat. 10/20, 6am United Way Silent Auction – Klein Ctr. Wed. 11/14, 12:15-1:45 Blood Drive – Clock Tower, Mon. 11/26-Wed. 11/28, All Day

Activities Welcome Back! – Bedford Plaza, Wed. 8/22, 12:15-1:45 Club Rush – Bedford Plaza, Mon. 9/10, 12:15-1:45 College and Careers Expo – CF Ocala, Mon. 9/24, 5:30-9pm Alcohol Awareness – Klein Ctr. Wed. 10/24, 12:15-1:45 International Month Kickoff – Mon. 11/5 International Food Fest. – Klein Ctr. Wed. 11/14, 12:15-1:45 Stress Busters – Event Parking Lot, Wed. Dec. 5, 12:15-1:45

Leadership

Advisor Roundtable

Speaker Series-Klein Ctr. Wed. 9/5, 12:30-1:45 Leadership Conference-Klein Ctr. Fri. 9/28, 3:30-8pm Lunch With The President-Klein Ctr. Wed. 10/3, 12:15-1:45

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Spring 2013 Student Activities Calendar

Board of

Service

Presidents

Blood D rive – Clock Tower, Mon . 1/28-Wed. 1/30, All Day MOD Plant Sale – Greenhouse, Mon. 3/11-Tues. 3/12, 9am-2pm Blood Drive – Clock Tower, Mon. 4/1-Thurs. 4/4, All Day March of Dimes Fundraiser – Bedford Plaza, Wed. 4/3, 9am-3pm Volunteer Fair – Bedford Plaza, Mon. 4/15, 12:15-1:45 Earth Day Celebration – Bedford Plaza, Mon. 4/22, 12:15-1:45

Activities Welcome Back! & Club Rush – Bedford Plaza, Wed. 1/9, 12:15-1:45 Black History Month Kickoff – Mon. 2/4 Mr. & Ms. CF Scholarship Program – Fine Arts Auditorium Fri. 2/22, 7-9pm Women’s History Month Kickoff – Mon. 3/4 College Preview Night – Klein Ctr. Wed. 3/7, 5:30-8pm Spring Fling Health Fair – Bedford Plaza – Wed. 3/14, 12:15 – 1:45 Student Activities Reception – Klein Ctr. Wed. 4/17, 12:15-1:45 Stress Busters – Bedford Plaza, Wed. 4/24, 12:15-1:45 Leadership

Advisor Roundtable

Lunch With The President – Klein Ctr. Wed. 1/23, 12:15-1:45 Speaker Series – Klein Ctr. Mon. 2/11, 12:15-1:45 WHM Luncheon – Klein Ctr. Mon. 3/25, 12:15-1:45

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Budget Policy & Procedure Student Activities Budget Procedure

Links Additional Fund Request

Fund-2 Budget Spreadsheet

Fund-6 Budget

Purchase

Spreadsheet

Procedure

Purchase

S.A. Budget

Form

Procedure

¡Florida Statute 1009.23: “The student activity and service fees (SASF) shall be paid into a student activity and service fund at the community college and shall be expended for lawful purposes to benefit the student body in general. These purposes include, but are not limited to, student publications and grants to duly recognized student organizations, the membership of which is open to all students at the community college without regard to race, sex, or religion.â€?

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Event Planning & Procedure P ro ced ure: I . Ev ent In fo rmatio n A . Each campus shall follow its own guidelines for tracking club/organization events. This process is in place so that each campus can support all events that are taking place and avoid duplication of events. Prior to holding a campus event the student group must submit a completed Ev ent P lanni ng a nd A p prov al

Links

F orm (S A- S L15) to the appropriate office for review. B. The event i nformati on must be filled out in detail,

Equipment

Event Planning

Checkout

Form

including contact information for the student responsible, a detailed description of the event, goals and expected attendance. The club/organization advisor and a club officer must sign the form. A meeting must be set up with the Student Activities coordinator to review the

Event Planning Procedure

Publicity

proposed event.

Request

Once approval for the activity

II . F inal A pp rov al is granted, an email will be sent to the appropriate advisor so that they may inform the group to proceed with planning and implementation. An email

Student Posting Procedure

will also be sent to all parties that have signed off on the form to inform them that it is confirmed.

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Travel Planning & Procedure Student Activities Budget Procedure

Links Code Of The Road

Consent & Release

Emergency Contact

Form Field Trip Form

Travel Cover Letter

Travel

Travel

Travel

MealSheet

Procedure

Approval & Reimbruse

College Vehicle

College Vehicle

Procedure

Request

Off Campus Request

·Florida Statute 1009.23: “The student activity and service fees (SASF) shall be paid into a student activity and service fund at the community college and shall be expended for lawful purposes to benefit the student body in general. These purposes include, but are not limited to, student publications and grants to duly recognized student organizations, the membership of which is open to all students at the community college without regard to race, sex, or religion.”

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Club Resources

Student Activities Budget Procedure

Links Club Charter

Club Smart Goals

Request

Club Charter Members

Diss. Of Literature

How To: Run a Meeting

How To:

How To:

Officer

Member

Run a Meeting

Contact List

Contact List

Sample Constitution

5 Star Program

Student Life Library

Run a Meeting

·Florida Statute 1009.23: “The student activity and service fees (SASF) shall be paid into a student activity and service fund at the community college and shall be expended for lawful purposes to benefit the student body in general. These purposes include, but are not limited to, student publications and grants to duly recognized student organizations, the membership of which is open to all students at the community college without regard to race, sex, or religion.”

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CF Club & Organization Handbook  

CF Club & Organization Handbook

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