ARTICLE 7. DEFINITION OF STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
A student organization is defined as a group consisting of at least 80% students; however, the president, chairperson, or chief officer must be a full-time student. If membership is open to persons outside of the college campus community, all officers must be students.
Organizations may be established within the University for any legal purpose whether the aims are religious, political, educational, economic, or social. Affiliation or disaffiliation with an extramural organization shall not disqualify the University-based branch or chapter from University privileges. As a general rule, membership in all University related organizations shall be open to any student. A student may not be denied the rights of access to and participation in any University-sponsored or University-approved activity because of race, sex, or religion and such other basis as are current in the University Affirmative Action statement.