Section 000: Introductory Material
Effective July 1, 2010
Revised: January 24, 2013
A Program that offers students positional roles of leadership as employees of Oregon State University. These programs are listed in organizational charts of University Units, with intention of professional development, mentoring and advising in support of the success of these students and the student defined mission, vision and goals of these programs.
Any activity undertaken in the name of a student organization, i.e.; meetings, performances, conference attendance, travel, retreat, sporting event, cultural nights, speakers, competitions, etc.
An formal agreement between a Voluntary Student Organization and a sponsoring unit for the purpose of recognizing an event by a VSO that is in line with and compliments the Sponsoring Unit’s Mission. Sponsorship may entail access to University controlled resources specifically for the period of the event. This agreement does not indicate ongoing sponsorship of the VSO.
Faculty, staff or personnel responsible for maintaining relationship with a sponsored student organization that allows for education and development as well as administration of data collection and University policies, procedures and guidelines.
OSU students that hold voting rights and/or leadership positions.
An individual that is currently enrolled through any Oregon State University or degree partnership program and not employed by Oregon State University in a position that is half -time equivalence (0.5 FTE) or higher. May also be referred to as “OSU Student.”
An agreement between a student organization and a sponsoring unit for the purpose of establishing a formal relationship.
A University unit through which a Sponsored Student Organization is affiliated to the university.
The department responsible for providing administrative oversight of student organization online processes and development of and access to baseline trainings for students and Faculty Activities Advisors. Additionally, the SEAC is focused on creating visibility of and access to student involvement opportunities.
An affiliation of students bound by an interest, goal, work or community. May also be referred to as a club, chapter, team, coalition, etc.
One or more Academic, Student Affairs or Auxiliary unit(s) of Oregon State University. This includes but is not limited to department (s), college(s), programs, schools, and interdisciplinary pursuits