Club

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A club is a student organization which is recognized by the Student Government of RIT.


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Creation of a student clubs

Student Government is vested with the power to recognize all student organizations by the Board of Trustees. Student Government delegates the recognition process of new clubs to the Club Review Board.


Categories of Student Clubs

There are six types of student clubs:


Unaffiliated Clubs

Strictly speaking a club may exist outside of the recognition of Student Government. These clubs may not receive funding directly from Student Government, but typically rely on Departments, dues, or third party organizations to function. Examples of such clubs would include the Society of Software Engineers (SSE), the Computer Science Community (CSC), and the International Culture Exchange Club (ICEC).

References

http://campuslife.rit.edu/main/clubs/reviewboard

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