The Office of Government Relations is the primary point of contact between the University and all local, county, state and federal elected officials. Student engagement with such offices is both critical and welcomed in the advancement of campus advocacy initiatives and the overall relationship-building between the campus and elected officials. As such, the following protocol is in place to ensure efficiency and consistency. This policy includes both incumbents and campaigns. Incumbents are defined as persons currently operating as an elected official and campaigns are defined as those seeking to be (re)elected into office. In some instances, a person can be both an incumbent and also seeking re-election or election to a different office.
Events / Meetings
Requests for Information
For more information on the responsibilities of the Office of Government Relations and the related campus policy, please visit the campus Legislative and Lobbying Activity Policy at:https://www.csusm.edu/policies/active/documents/legislative_and_lobbying_activity.html. Additionally, consult your department head for any related administrativeprotocols.
|Authority:||California State University San Marcos President|
|Scope:||This policy applies to all California State University San Marcos students|
|Responsible Division:||Community Engagement|
|/Signature Page/PDF:||View Signatures for Student Organizations and Elected Officials|