[islandlabs] Prospective New Clubs On Campus

Jonathan Dahan jedahan at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 14:20:20 EDT 2009


Here are the documents for Island Labs @ Stony Brook. I know its late, but
if there are any glaring errors or if you have any suggestions I would
appreciate your input. If we don't get approved this semester it can be
valuable for next.
- Jonathan



On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 6:04 PM, <mpatesta at notes.cc.sunysb.edu> wrote:

> *You are receiving this email because you have showed an interest in
> starting a new club at Stony Brook University.  If you no longer wish to
> start your intended club, please just email me back so that I remove you
> from my list.  Thanks!*
>
> Dear Student-
>
> *Please make sure you read this email in its entirety!!*
>
> Thank you for your interest in starting a new club/organization on campus.
>  Please take the time to fill out the brief questionnaire we have created
> for Prospective New Student Groups.  This is the first step to becoming
> recognized by the Office of Student Activities at Stony Brook University.
>  After this application is submitted, it will be reviewed by a committee and
> inform you whether or not to proceed to the next step.  Make sure that you
> put as much information about your proposed club on the questionnaire.   A
> committee has been setup to review your applications and approve the
> formation of your club.     *This form must be EMAILED back to me by 5pm,
> OCTOBER 15th 2009.* I will not be accepting the proposal as a hard copy;
> please do not drop it off at my office.  Please note that in the event that
> your proposal is rejected this semester, you will have an opportunity to
> re-submit an application for the same club/organization during Spring 2010.
>  *It would be in your best interest to submit the proposal after you
> attend the first workshop so that I can answer any questions you may have.
> * We will go over the proposal and the registration at the first workshop.
>
>
>
> In addition to completing the New Student Group Proposal Form, *you must
> register your club*.  If you have not already done so, please go to this
> website and fill out the form *completely*:
> http://studentaffairs.stonybrook.edu/sac/registration.shtml  *Make sure
> you select 2009-10 school year!*
>
> Make sure that when you are filling out the registration form that you have
> all the needed information.  You will not be able to re-visit the form.
>  Also, you must complete the form on a computer that is connected to a
> printer so that you can print out the form prior to submitting it.  *This
> form should then be handed in to SAC 218 will ALL the requested signatures
> by 5pm, OCTOBER 15th 2009.*  The website fully explains the registration
> form, but if you have any questions please email me.  Again, we will be
> going over this during the first workshop so it may be beneficial to you to
> wait until then to fill it out.
>
> In addition, *ALL prospective clubs must attend THREE (3) New Club
> Workshops.*  We will be offering each workshop twice, but your group will
> only need to be at ONE (1) of the TWO (2) that we offer.  Only one
> representative from the club is required to attend and it does not need to
> be the same representative at each workshop.  These are the dates for the
> workshops:
>
> *Workshop 1*
> Tuesday, 10/6,  5:30-6:30pm, SAC 311
> Wednesday, 10/7, 1-2pm, SAC 304
>
> *Workshop 2*
> Tuesday, 10/13,  5:30-6:30pm, SAC 304
> Wednesday, 10/14, 1-2pm, SAC 304
>
> *Workshop 3*
> Tuesday, 10/20,  5:30-6:30pm, SAC 311
> Wednesday, 10/21, 1-2pm, SAC 304
>
> You do not need to register for the workshops, just remember to attend
> them.
>
> Each club is also required to create a constitution.  We will go over how
> to write it during the first workshop as well but I have attached the Model
> Constitution to this email for your reference.  This is also due by *OCTOBER
> 15th, 5pm* and must be submitted to me by email as I will not be accepting
> hard copies of this document either.
>
>
>
> *This whole process should be completed by November 1st.*  The New Club
> Workshop Process flowchart can be found on our website here for your
> reference:  *http://studentaffairs.stonybrook.edu/sac/club_start.shtml*<http://studentaffairs.stonybrook.edu/sac/club_start.shtml>  Please
> feel free to contact me if you have any questions in regards to this
> process.
>
> We hope that before you continue on this process you have researched all
> the clubs and organizations that are currently active on campus and that the
> new club/organization that you wish to create will not have a mission that
> overlaps with another already established Stony Brook club/organization.
>
> Thank you.
>
> *=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*
> Maria Patestas
> Student Activities Program Advisor
> Stony Brook University
> 218 Student Activities Center
> Stony Brook, NY 11794-2800
> Phone 631.632.9392
> Fax 631.632.6756
> maria.patestas at stonybrook.edu
>
> "You have within you right now, everything you need to deal
> with whatever the world can throw at you."  -Brian Tracy
>
> If responding to this email, you must include the email history in order
> for me to best assist you.  Thank you!
>
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