Constitution of Indiana University-Bloomington African Languages Club

The purpose of the IU African Languages Club is to promote the African Languages program at Indiana University-Bloomington and to integrate the many students who study African Languages into a common forum.

Article 1:Membership

a) Participation in the proposed organization must be without regard to arbitrary consideration of such characteristics as age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. (See section I.D.3(c) on page 6 of the Code.)

b) Membership shall be open to students and faculty at Indiana University-Bloomington and other interested parties. There are no limitations as to maximum or minimum size of participants. All of the officers and the majority of the members must be currently enrolled at Indiana University-Bloomington [section I.D.3(b)].

c) The classes of membership are executive officers and non-executive members. All members shall have voting rights within the Club and shall receive notification of all of the Club’s activities.

d) The selection and revocation of membership shall be determined by the executive committee (based on membership for one academic year.

e) The Club will not collect dues.