The following instructions are helpful for your organization as you navigate through OrgSync.
If you would like to request a copy, or are interested in being featured in The Leadership Newsletter, please contact Jackie Aliotta (Assistant Director of Student Leadership and Involvement): email@example.com
The following manuals are helpful for specific officers to review as a resource for best practices in how to do his/her job, and strategies for success specific to WCU.
Level_I_Icebreakers - In order to assist group members with getting to know one another or getting reacquainted with one another, Level I icebreakers may be a primary tool in facilitating such a process.
Level_II_Icebreakers - When you select a Level II Icebreaker, it is clear that your group members know one another; however, they have not had a great deal of experience working together as a unit and/or team.
Level_III_Icebreakers - When a group leader/facilitator chooses the Level III Icebreakers, he or she should understand that the group/organization is acquainted and has worked together as a group before. Ideally, these activities will assist a group/organization in becoming a more trusting group.
Feel free to review the list of frequently asked questions. For face-to-face personal instruction on any of these topics, arrange to speak with a Leadership Consultant or visit the Leadership Resource Center in 218 Sykes.
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register with the Office of Student Leadership and Involvement, 238 Sykes Union. In addition, a copy of the organization's current by-laws must also be attached to the WCU Student Organization Registration Form as well as an updated membership roster. Every year, that is, on an annual basis, all organizations are required to register with the Office of Student Leadership and Involvement by May 1. Any changes in officer and/or adviser information that occurs during the academic year must be changed on the official WCU Student Organization Registration Form, which is kept on file in the Office of Student Leadership and Involvement.
Please note that student organizations that do not register with the Office of Student Leadership and Involvement will lose their status as a recognized group on campus. Loss of recognition precludes any group from financial assistance, use of University facilities and services, and using the name of West Chester University to represent the organization.
The Sykes Student Union Office, in 116 Sykes, is the starting point for all student organizations that plan to use University facilities for any of their group's activities, meetings, programs, or special events.
To see an outline of the procedures for space reservations, click here.
For information regarding the Advertising Policy, click here.
Advertising Approval Guide
For information regarding where you can post advertisements and who to contact, click here.
In order to ensure that agreements for services are legal and appropriate, there are policies for all officially recognized West Chester University student organizations regarding contracts.
For information regarding Contracts Policies, click here.
For information regarding outside vendors selling items on University property, click here.
For information regarding the campus Statement on Sexism, click here.