Your club may have great plans for the upcoming school year but without proper leadership from the executive board they won't come to fruition. It's important to remember that your club exists for a reason and clearly stating your club's objectives in your Club Constitution will help keep your club's programming on track. You were elected as an officer to represent the needs of your fellow club members, so don't be afraid to ask your constituency which objectives are most important to them. And don't forget to measure, evaluate and share your progress on achieving those objectives. The Office of Student Affairs is available to advise you on developing club activities but your programming is ultimately up to you.
For more information on the nuts and bolts of keeping your club running smoothly, browse the topics below.