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Student Organization Policies
The Dean of Students Office provides a streamlined reference page with policies that directly impact the student experience.
In addition to this great resource, SLL is pleased to provide additional policy links that directly impact recognized student organizations:
Systemwide Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking Policy.
This Executive Order, and Executive Orders 1096, 1097 and 1098, provide direction on implementing Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA; (VAWA) under its Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act provision (Campus SaVE Act); Title IV of the 1964 Civil Rights Act ; the California Equity in Higher Education Act; the California Donahoe Higher Education Act; and the Governor's California Campus Blueprint to Address Sexual Assault, among other applicable state and federal laws and related regulations.
Executive Order 1095 includes three attachments: Attachment A: Notice of Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Gender or Sex, Attachment B: Myths and Facts about Sexual Misconduct, and Attachment C: Notice of Rights and Options for Victims of Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence and Stalking. All of these attachments, along with the information below, can be found at the following website: http://www.csusm.edu/title9/
Information for students about what constitutes sexual discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual misconduct
What you should do if you have been the victim of or witness to these acts
Common facts and myths about the cause of sexual violence
Information about dating and domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, and stalking, including details about how to file administrative complaints with the campus and how to file criminal charges with campus or local law enforcement officials
Resources for victims of sexual violence on campus and in the community
Information about the campus, criminal, and civil consequences of committing acts of sexual violence
And a statement explaining that the university’s primary concern is the safety of members of the campus community; that the use of alcohol or drugs never makes the victim at fault for the sexual violence out of concern that they might be disciplined for related violations of drug, alcohol, or other university policies; and that except in extreme circumstances, the victims of sexual violence shall not be subject to discipline for related violations of the Student Conduct Code
CSU Executive Order 966: Alcohol Sales and Advertising Policy
Listed below are the approved campus bulletin boards and posting locations.
|Board Number||Building||Location||Description of Location|
|1||Outdoor||Founders Plaza||Courtyard Kiosk|
|2||Science Hall I||Second Floor||Across from Room 208|
|3||Academic Hall||First Floor||Breezeway Next to Room 102|
|4||Academic Hall||Second Floor||Next to Room 204|
|5||Academic Hall||Second Floor||Next to Room 211|
|6||Academic Hall||Third Floor||Outside Hallway|
|7||University Hall||Second Floor||Next to Room 271|
|8||University Hall||Second Floor||Next to Room 237|
|9||University Hall||Third Floor||Next to Room 360|
|10||University Hall||Fourth Floor||Next to Room 442|
|11||Science Hall II||First Floor||Next to Room 109|
|12||Science Hall II||Second Floor||Next to Room 242|
|13||Science Hall II||Third Floor||Next to Room 309|
|14||Arts Building||First Floor||Next to Room 151|
|15||Arts Building||Second Floor||Outside Lobby to Arts|
|16||Markstein Hall||First Floor||Lobby Across from Elevators|
|17||Markstein Hall||Second Floor||Lobby Across from Elevators|
|18||Markstein Hall||Third Floor||Lobby Across from Elevators|
Domestic Travel with Student Organizations
CSUSM is involved with over 90 student organizations and a variety of Greek Life. Faculty or Staff advisors organizing travel with these student clubs, associations, organizations, or Greek societies must follow the following steps before travel begins:
- Notify Student Life & Leadership that travel with a student organization will occur. This will allow the contact to keep an eye out for paperwork.
- Have each participant execute a Release and Student Conduct Agreement prior to traveling. Please note that minors’ parents must execute the Release. Unless these forms are executed and returned, CSUSM will not authorize, support or fund travel.
- Inform the Student Life & Leadership Coordinator when the Release and Guidelines have been executed.
- Email a scanned copy of each executed release to the University Police Department. Ensure the relevant organization retains the original executed releases.
Please contact the Student Life & Leadership Coordinator.
The campus also has a comprehensive page outlining all CSUSM policies.