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Page | 1 Student Organization Advisor Resources 2017-2018 Longwood University
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Page | 2 Sexual Misconduct All University employees, except those designated as Confidential Reporting Options (serving in their role as a Confidential Reporting Option and not in the role of an advisor), are designated as “responsible employees.” Responsible employees are required to promptly report all incidents and/or knowledge of sexual misconduct, including personally identifiable information of the parties involved, to the University Title IX Coordinator. Cleary Act All University employees, except those designated as Confidential Reporting Options (serving in their role as a Confidential Reporting Option and not in the role of an advisor), are required to promptly report all incidents and/or knowledge of crimes, including personally identifiable information of the parties involved, to the Longwood University Police department.
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Page | 3 Message of Thanks Thank you for agreeing to serve as an advisor. We appreciate the contribution you are making of your time and effort. Being an advisor provides the opportunity to make even more of an impact on students beyond the traditional classroom setting. We recognize this is a volunteer position that takes a significant commitment from you. To that end, the University Center and Student Activities wishes to serve as a resource to assist in your role as an advisor to one of our recognized student organizations. We intend this manual to be a reference point for serving as an advisor. However, should you need something beyond this, please contact our office at any time. We look forward to working with you this year, and again want to offer a sincere thank you for the work that you do with our students. Gary Honickel Assistant Director for Student Clubs and Organizations
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Page | 4 UNIVERSITY CENTER AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES STAFF ......................................................................... 7 UNIVERSITY CENTER AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES EVENTS AND PROGRAMS ........................................... 8 WHAT IS AN ADVISOR? ...................................................................................................................... 9 R OLES , R ELATIONSHIP B UILDING , S TYLES AND S KILLS ........................................................................................... 9 W HAT IS A DVISING ......................................................................................................................................... 9 A DVISOR R OLES ........................................................................................................................................... 10 E STABLISHING THE R ELATIONSHIP ................................................................................................................... 14 W HAT IS YOUR A DVISING S TYLE ? .................................................................................................................... 15 L ONGWOOD U NIVERSITY S A DVISOR E XPECTATIONS .......................................................................................... 15 A DVISORS EXPECTATIONS WHEN IT COMES TO O UT - OF -T OWN T RAVEL ................................................................. 16 A DVISOR E XPECTATIONS FOR EVENTS ON OR OFF CAMPUS .................................................................................. 16 POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ............................................................................................................. 18 R ECOGNIZED VS . U NRECOGNIZED S TUDENT O RGANIZATIONS .............................................................................. 18 A LCOHOL AND D RUGS .................................................................................................................................. 18 C ONTRACTS ................................................................................................................................................ 19 D ISCRIMINATION AND S EXUAL M ISCONDUCT .................................................................................................... 19 R ECOGNITION R EQUIREMENTS ....................................................................................................................... 19 R E -R ECOGNITION ......................................................................................................................................... 20 RSO R ECOGNITION P ROCESS (F OR NEW , INACTIVE , OR UNRECOGNIZED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS ) .......................... 20 V IOLATIONS OF THE L ONGWOOD U NIVERSITY C ODE OF C ONDUCT S TANDARDS AND R EGULATIONS AND / OR H ONOR C ODE OF C ONDUCT S TANDARDS AND R EGULATIONS .......................................................................................... 22 A CTIVITIES D URING THE W EEK P RIOR TO E XAMS ............................................................................................... 22 C HANGE OF O FFICERS AND O FFICIAL R OSTERS : ................................................................................................. 22 C ONSTITUTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 22 H AZING ...................................................................................................................................................... 23 A NTI -H AZING P OLICY ................................................................................................................................... 23 LIABILITY AND RISK REDUCTION ....................................................................................................... 26 FINANCIAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ............................................................................................ 27 B UDGETING ................................................................................................................................................ 27 D EVELOPING A B UDGET ................................................................................................................................ 27 M ANAGING THE B UDGET .............................................................................................................................. 28 F UNDRAISING .............................................................................................................................................. 28 U NIVERSITY P
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