All you need to start a student group is three, or more, students, one of which agrees to be the group's contact person; an advisor; and a statement of purpose or constitution. After you email that information to Dauline Menze (firstname.lastname@example.org) you will be asked to set up a thirty minute meeting with the student contact, advisor, and Dauline. At that meeting you’ll discuss topics such as the group name, advertising group activities, accessing funds, reserving rooms, involving the community and students at other institutions, and your relationship with the group advisor, depending on your group's classification (see below). Once approved the group can reserve space on campus, request money from the Student Activities Board, and advertise their events with signs in the lounge, on MyU, etc.
Groups that have been officially recognized on the Duluth or Twin Cities campus are encouraged to submit their information to Nathan as well.
The chart below helps outline the differences in the three student group types at UMR. If you have any questions contact Dauline Menze at email@example.com.
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