Bylaws

Bylaws of the Associated Students of Washington State University Global

Revised July 2022

The purpose of the Bylaws of the Associated Students of Washington State University Global (ASWSUG) shall be to specify the policies and operating procedures of ASWSUG not otherwise enumerated in the Constitution and specify the powers, functions, duties, and responsibilities of all ASWSUG Officers not otherwise enumerated in the Constitution.

Purpose

The purpose of the Bylaws of the Associated Students of Washington State University Global (ASWSUG) shall be to specify the policies and operating procedures of ASWSUG not otherwise enumerated in the Constitution and specify the powers, functions, duties, and responsibilities of all ASWSUG Officers not otherwise enumerated in the Constitution.

Articles

  1. Authority
    1. The members of the ASWSUG shall exercise self-governance through the Executive Board.
    2. The ASWSUG Executive Board reserves the right to clarify and interpret documents and policies, answer complaints and establish ASWSUG position on issues.
    3. The Executive Board shall exercise authorities and power of ASWSUG, except the authorities and power these Bylaws enumerate to the Resource Allocation and Accountability Board.
    4. The Bylaws may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the seated membership of the Executive Board.
    5. Robert’s Rules of Order will be used in all official meetings, committees, and boards, unless the Constitution or Bylaws stipulate otherwise.
    6. Appendices are an extension of the Bylaws. As such, they are to be followed to the same extent of the Bylaws.
      1. Appendices do not supersede the Constitution or Bylaws.
      2. Appendices are amendable by the President and Vice President.
      3. To change the Appendices, the President and Vice President must notify the entire ASWSUG Team and ASWSUG Advisor at least five days prior of implementing changes.
  2. Duties of ASWSUG Officers are enumerated in the Job Descriptions appendix of these Bylaws.
  3. ASWSUG Officers must follow their prescribed Job Description in the Appendices.
  4. If ASWSUG Officers are not meeting the Officer Eligibility Requirements as prescribed in the Constitution, there are grounds for immediate dismissal.
  5. Compliance
    • All members of the ASWSUG must comply with the Bylaws, unless such compliance is in direct conflict with the ASWSUG Constitution, the rules and regulations of Washington State University, or City, County, State, or Federal laws.
    • No part of these Bylaws may supersede any part of the Constitution. If any part of these Bylaws is found to be in conflict with the Constitution, it shall be amended in such a fashion that it is no longer in conflict with the Constitution.
    • Willful, negligent, and/or deliberate disregard of these Bylaws may be adjudicated by the ASWSUG Resource Allocation and Accountability Board in accordance the ASWSUG Bylaws.
    • ASWSUG Bylaws are to be in compliance with the ASWSUG Constitution, the rules and regulations of Washington State University, and City, County, State and Federal laws.

  1. Officers
    1. As outlined in the Constitution, the ASWSUG Executive Board is comprised of the following officer positions:
      1. President
      2. Vice President
      3. Director of Academic Affairs
      4. Director of Communication and Compliance
      5. Director of Diversity and Equity
      6. Director of Finance
      7. Director of Legislative Affairs
      8. Director of Promotions
      9. Director of Student Events and Logistics
  2.  Advisors
    1. ASWSUG will be assisted by an advisor(s) which will be appointed by the office of Academic Outreach and Innovation.
      1. The role of the advisor(s) is to support the members of ASWSUG in accomplishing their goals and mission while in office. The Advisor(s) position is a key component to the proper functioning of ASWSUG.
  3. Responsibilities and Duties of ASWSUG Executive Board Officers
    1. The ASWSUG Executive Board officers assume their full responsibilities and duties as determined by the ASWSUG Job Descriptions.
    2. Amendments to the responsibilities and duties may be initiated by the ASWSUG President or Vice President. If amendments are to be initiated, no less than one week’s notice will be given to the current position holder before duties are expected to be enacted.
  4. Conditions of Office
    1. Any individual acting as an officer on behalf of ASWSUG must be an S&A fee-paying WSU Global Campus student enrolled in at least 6 credits during the academic year in which they hold the position.
      1. Members do not need to be enrolled during the Summer Semester provided that they are enrolled for the upcoming Fall Semester. The prospective member must provide proof of fall enrollment.
      2. Members of the ASWSUG Executive Board must be able to commit to one full academic year of service. More information provided in Article V.
    2. All members of the ASWSUG Executive Board are responsible for fulfilling the duties of their position as outlined in the ASWSUG Job Descriptions.
    3. All members of the ASWSUG Executive Board must remain in satisfactory academic standing with the University.
    4. All members of the ASWSUG Executive Board are expected to attend all scheduled ASWSUG Executive Board meetings, assigned committee meetings, and assigned events. In qualifying circumstances, a member may request an absence be excused by providing the President and Vice President notice no less than 24 hours prior to the meeting or event.
      1. When a member of the ASWSUG Executive Board has two unexcused absences, a warning will be issued. If three unexcused absences occur, the officer may be removed from office at the discretion of the Executive Board. If an officer faces removal due to three unexcused absences, the officer facing removal may write a one-page statement explaining the circumstances of their absences to the board for consideration.
      2. Circumstances where an absence may be excused include academic exams, representation of the ASWSUG at an off-campus function or as deemed excusable by the President or his/her designee in the event of the Director’s absence. The absence must be requested to be excused no less than 24 hours in advance; if the member fails to meet this deadline the absence may be marked as unexcused.
      3. In such cases where a member is unable to attend a meeting or event on an emergent basis, due to events unforeseen, the absence will be excused or unexcused at the President and Vice President’s discretion.
      4. Any tardiness to a meeting beyond 15 minutes shall be marked as an unexcused absence unless otherwise approved before the beginning of the meeting.
    5. All Executive Board members are expected to complete the duties assigned by their position in a timely fashion. Hours worked may fluctuate based on weekly tasks, but members are expected to commit to the weekly hours set in their position description.
    6. Executive Board members shall complete a weekly check-in each week. The check in format will be at the discretion of the President and Vice President.

  1. The following are guidelines that members of the ASWSUG Executive Board and Resource Allocation and Accountability Board are expected to abide by. These conduct guidelines are meant to establish professional boundaries and increase effective communication among colleagues and staff.
    1. Demonstrate professional courtesy, emphasizing respect for others and their opinions.
    2. Employ just methods of resolving conflict.
    3. Communicate openly and honestly in carrying out responsibilities.
    4. Recognize a fair decision-making process, which acknowledges and respects both majority and minority voices.
    5. Do not engage in nor tolerate language or actions which may discriminate against or devalue any protected class, individual student, group of students, or student organization.
  2. The following guidelines are intended to help students uphold the mission and goals of ASWSUG.
    1. To recognize that student leaders serve as role models, and to refrain from conduct that involves dishonesty, fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, discrimination, and other forms of conduct prohibited by the WSU Conduct Code.
    2. To obey all lawful authorities, including the Articles of Incorporation, State of Washington Administrative Codes, and S&A Fee Guidelines.
    3. To read and seek to understand the ASWSUG Constitution and Bylaws before accepting a position of responsibility and to act in accordance with the spirit and intent of those documents.
    4. To seek to involve all members of ASWSUG in activities and services.

  1. Regular Meetings of the ASWSUG Executive Board shall be open to the public unless an Executive Session is convened by the ASWSUG President or Vice President for any reason allowed under the Open Public Meetings Act (RCW 42.30).
  2. The ASWSUG Executive Board President and Vice President shall determine and advertise the meeting schedule for the academic year within the first two weeks of their term.
    1. Special meetings may be called at the request of the ASWSUG President or Vice President.
      1. Members of the Executive Board must be made aware of the special meeting at least 5 days before the meeting and the agenda must be sent out at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
  3. Regular meetings of the ASWSUG Executive Board must be held at least twice a month in Fall, Spring and Summer semesters, except during scheduled breaks or finals week. Meeting schedules shall be posted on all ASWSUG platforms.
    1. During the Summer Semester only, regular meetings of the ASWSUG Executive Board may be held on a modified schedule, pending approval by the ASWSUG Executive Board President, Vice President, and Advisor.
    2. Any modifications to the ASWSUG Executive Board meeting schedule shall be advertised to students.
  4. The Director of Communication and Compliance shall be responsible for the creation of ASWSUG Executive Board meeting packets and keeping meeting minutes, ensuring they follow the provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act.
  5. All manners of consideration, unless otherwise specified in this document, shall be ratified by a simple vote of the majority of those (with voting capabilities) who are present.
  6. The current edition of Robert’s Rules of Order shall be the recognized authority for procedure not discussed within the ASWSUG Constitution and Bylaws.
  7. Written or verbal promotion of such non-ASWSUG events on ASWSUG media must include a clear statement that it is not an ASWSUG affiliated event.

  1. The following are currently standing ASWSUG Committees. 
    1. ASWSUG Finance Committee
      1. The Finance Committees’ purpose is to ensure accuracy and accountability for ASWSUG Reimbursements
      2. The committee shall be made up of the ASWSUG President, Vice President, and Director of Finance
      3. The committee shall review reimbursement requests throughout the semester and will provide written verification of accuracy of requests before sending off spreadsheet to appropriate reimbursement processor(s).
    1. Selection Committee
      1. The Selection Committees’ purpose is to recruit and interview potential Executive Board candidates, deliberate on, and approve appointees.
      2. The ASWSUG Selection Committee will be made up of at least three (3) non-returning members of the ASWSUG Executive Board
      3. The majority of the ASWSUG Selection Committee must be students.
      4. The incoming President and Vice President will serve on the Selection Committee during the selection of the incoming Directors.
      5. The outgoing President shall be the chair of the Selection Committee unless they are returning, in which case, the outgoing Vice President or a designee chosen by the President, shall be the chair.
      6. In the event that there are not enough non-returning members for the Selection Committee, the Selection Committee chair shall appoint students at-large or R.A.A. Board members to serve on the Selection Committee.
      7. Members of administration shall participate as ex-officio members on the committee.
      8. Ex-officio members shall hold all privileges and rights therein. While administrative ex-officio members will form part of the committee and be a part of the deliberation process, ultimate decisions will be at the discretion of the students.
  2. Ad-Hoc committees are to be created and appointed at the discretion of the ASWSUG Executive Board.
    1. Advocacy Committee
      1. Shall be chaired by the Director of Academic Affairs.
      2. This committee serves to advocate for student rights and resources.
      3. Formation of this committee will be at the discretion of the sitting ASWSUG Executive Board.
      4. This committee’s ultimate purpose is to advocate for students and bring students together to support a common cause and allow a platform for their concerns to be voiced with the intent to resolve.
    2. Bylaw Review Committee
      1. In the case that amendments to bylaws need be made, ASWSUG shall create a Bylaw Review Committee which will work in tandem with the R.A.A. Board to make such amendments.
      2. The committee shall consist of a minimum of three (3) people.
      3. Amendments and review should take no longer than two (2) months after the committee is formed.
      4. Final bylaws are to be reviewed and approved by the R.A.A. Board.

  1. Service Term
    1. ASWSUG Executive Board Officers shall serve in office from their appointment at the day after Commencement through Commencement the following year or the termination of their appointment, whichever comes first.
      1. Appointment periods may be subject to change.
    2. Outgoing Officers and Incoming Officers shall have a two-week overlap period for training and pass down purposes.
  2. Removal of Officers
    1. Grounds for disciplinary action or removal include but are not limited to: Breach of the student code of conduct, failure complete assigned tasks, abuse of ASWSUG materials, funds, power, or unsatisfactory academic standing, failure to be enrolled in a minimum of six (6) credits, and/or failure to fulfill the duties listed in the job description.
    2. ASWSUG Executive Board Officers not fulfilling their position duties as outlined in the position description will receive a written notice from the ASWSUG President and ASWSUG Vice President with the concurrence of the Global Campus Student Involvement Manager to address the situation.
    3. In the event that the ASWSUG President or ASWSUG Vice President are not fulfilling their job description, they will receive a written notice from the remaining executive board members with the concurrence of the Global Campus Student Involvement Manager to address the situation.
    4. Should written notice fail to correct the situation or if a serious transgression or offense has been made, the remaining ASWSUG Executive Board can terminate a member by a two-thirds (2/3) vote at an ASWSUG Executive Board meeting.
      1. The ASWSUG President or Vice President, in conjunction with the ASWSUG Advisor, shall notify the Resource Allocation and Accountability Board at least ten (10) school days before the vote of dismissal.
      2. The ASWSUG President shall serve as the complainant.
      3. In the case that the ASWSUG President is the Officer in question, the Vice President, or their designee, shall serve as the complainant,
      4. The R.A.A. Board shall notify the Officer, known as the respondent, to be voted on at least five (5) school days before the vote of dismissal.
      5. The ASWSUG Chair of the R.A.A. Board shall chair the dismissal process and vote.
    5. The respondent has until three (3) school days before the vote of dismissal to file an appeal with the R.A.A. Board. All appeals must be reviewed by the R.A.A. Board and the ASWSUG Advisor.
    6. The R.A.A. Board and ASWSUG Advisor must review the petition and notify the complainant of such filing.
      1. Upon receipt, the R.A.A. Board must review and decide within (five) 5 school days the validity of the petition.
      2. The R.A.A. Board may request and gather information from any individual they deem necessary during the fact-finding process.
        1. Student government members must respond to a R.A.A. request within five (5) school days.
    7. If the protest is found to be valid, a trial will be scheduled to be heard by the R.A.A. Board.
      1. The R.A.A. Chair shall oversee any proceedings.
      2. The complainant and respondent shall each argue their case in front of the ASWSUG Executive Board, at which time the ASWSUG Executive Board will decide by a majority vote of those present to remove the vote for dismissal or to hold the vote at the next ASWSUG Executive Board Meeting. The member in question shall not be present during any deliberation or vote.
      3. The ASWSUG President and Vice President shall serve as non-voting members.
    8. Any proceeding regarding dismissal shall be held in Executive Session.
  3. Resignation from Office
    1. In the case that a member of the Executive Board makes the decision to resign from their position, the following steps must be taken:
      1. As soon as the member has made their decision to step down, they must communicate their decision to the ASWSUG President, Vice President, and ASWSUG Advisor.
      2. The resigning member must create a pass-down which includes position responsibilities, tasks left to be completed, and any information they see as applicable to the position.
      3. The Executive Board member will have one (1) week to complete their pass-down before being relieved of their duties. Exceptions will only be made in the case of resignation due to a medical or family emergency.
      4. Upon completion of pass-down document, the resigning member is relieved of their duties.
    2. In the case that the resigning member is the President and/or the Vice President, the following steps must be taken:
      1. As soon as the member has made their decision to step down, they must communicate their decision to the ASWSUG President or Vice President and ASWSUG advisor.
      2. At this point, the resigning member has 2 weeks to create pass-down document and train the member that will be filling their seat. Exceptions will only be made in the case of resignation due to a medical or family emergency.
      3. Once the President and/or Vice President has convened with the ASWSUG advisor and Executive Board an emergency meeting will be called within five (5) school days to discuss steps moving forward.
      4. The resigning member will have a completed pass-down document (with responsibilities, tasks left to be completed, items needing follow-up, meetings schedule, best practices, etc.) before said meeting.
      5. A member from within the organization will be selected to fill the position in the interim, the resigning member will assist in training.
      6. Once at the two (2) week mark, the resigning member will be relieved of their duties.

  1. Upon receipt of vacancy, the Director position application must be opened and advertised within two (2) school days.
    1. The President shall determine the recruitment period, which must be between one (1) and six (6) weeks.
    2. The President shall have the discretion to appoint an interim officer while the recruitment is completed.
      1. The interim officer may apply for the position.
    3. The ASWSUG Executive Board shall serve as the selection committee.
  2. If the vacancy occurs as a result of no applications during the spring selection process, the incoming ASWSUG President shall appoint a temporary placement before the end of the summer semester.
    1. The appointment shall not exceed two months, at which time a selection for any vacant or temporarily filled position will be made at the next ASWSUG Executive Board meeting via the current Selection Process.
    2. All ASWSUG members meeting the enrollment requirements are welcome to apply for the office, including the temporary officer and current ASWSUG members, subject to approval by the ASWSUG Executive Board.
    3. Approval is at the discretion of the sitting President and Vice President. This decision must be then approved by the ASWSUG Executive Board and shall be voted on at the latest Executive Board meeting.
  3. Should the vacancy occur in the office of the ASWSUG President, the ASWSUG Vice President shall assume the Presidency.
  4. Should the vacancy occur in the office of the ASWSUG Vice President, the ASWSUG Executive Board shall select a Vice President within its membership.
    1. The Executive Board has the discretion to open the recruitment and complete the selection process with a majority vote, for the sake of the organization.
  5. Should the vacancy occur in the office of both the ASWSUG President and Vice President simultaneously, the ASWSUG Executive Board may appoint students into the vacant positions as interim officers or may appoint interim officers from their remaining membership. The Selection Committee will then review new applications for the positions and a selection must take place within thirty-five (35) days for a new ASWSUG President and ASWSUG Vice President. The temporarily appointed officers may apply for these positions.

  1. Selection Committee Procedures
    1. The Selection Committee will review, interview, and select the Executive Board Officers through a scoring process.
      1. ASWSUG student representatives on the selection committee must consider ex-officio member’s scores and viewpoints when completing the scoring process.
    2. Before the end of the Fall Semester, the Selection Committee student representatives must hold at least one meeting.
      1. At this meeting, the selection timeline and procedures shall be established.
      2. The Selection Committee will also determine what administrative members will serve on the committee.
      3. The Director of Communication and Compliance must attend this meeting and will be responsible for creating a marketing and recruitment plan.
    3. During the Spring Semester, the Selection Committee must meet at least once prior to opening applications.
      1. They must finalize the job descriptions, qualifications, timeline, marketing plan, and interview process prior to the opening of the recruitment.
      2. The Selection Committee shall meet again during the recruitment period to determine interview questions, rubrics, and tools used to decide which candidates shall be interviewed and selected.
    4. The Executive Board application shall be open at least two weeks for the President and Vice President, and at least four weeks for the directors.
      1. The application period may be extended by a majority vote of the ASWSUG Selection Committee.
    5. There shall be two selection committee periods, with one for the Vice President and President, and the second for the Directors.
    6. The Selection Committee shall then schedule interviews, as well as meetings to debrief the candidates.
      1. Student schedules must be prioritized during the scheduling process.
      2. Second interviews may be scheduled at the discretion of the committee.
      3. Members attending interviews will be provided with a scoring rubric to be completed for each candidate
    7. Following each interview, each selection committee member will discuss the strengths and weakness of each candidate.
    8. At the final debrief meeting, the Selection Committee shall discuss all candidates in full.
    9. Scoring rubrics shall be collected by the chair and calculated to determine the final candidates.
    10. This process shall be repeated for the ASWSUG Directors.
  2. Newly selected officers and outgoing officers shall participate in a two-week mentorship and training period.
    1. Newly selected officers must participate in an ASWSUG Executive Board Training planned out by the incoming President and Vice President.
  3. The Selection Process shall be held in accordance with ASWSUG Bylaws, Constitution, and procedures established by the ASWSUG Selection Committee.
    1. The ASWSUG Selection Committee may establish or change procedures with a simple majority vote.

  1. The purpose of the Resource Allocation and Accountability (R.A.A.) Board is to uphold and interpret the ASWSUG Constitution and Bylaws by serving as a mediating body in the case of disputes with any ASWSUG member and to assist in determining of the allocation of Global Campus student Service and Activities (S&A) fees.
    1. Such interpretation shall be made in writing and kept as an official record.
    2. ASWSUG is to assist in the forming of this committee but cannot make any decisions regarding appointment of a Chair and/or Co-Chair.
    3. In the event that the R.A.A. Board is called upon to exercise their judicial powers, they shall make their decisions without bias input and uphold the constitution and bylaws to the best of their ability.
    4. In the event that ASWSUG initiates a referendum for a mandatory student fee, it will be the responsibility of the R.A.A. Board to determine whether sufficient student outreach has been completed before ASWSUG can bring implementation of the fee to a vote.
      1. R.A.A. must provide their decision within ten (10) school days of receiving the student engagement data from the ASWSUG Executive Board.
    5. The dual purpose of the R.A.A. Board is to also serve as the student voice for allocation of university Services and Activities fees as governed by RCW 15.045.
      1. the expenditure of S&A fees must reflect the best interest of the student body.
      2. External and/or non-student pressure, overt or as perceived by a committee member, placed upon to perform, or not perform specific duties is considered a method of silencing student voices and impedes the efficacy of student representation.
      3. Decisions made under pressure, whether observed by other R.A.A. Board members or otherwise personally reported, will be considered a decision made by the member under duress, and is therefore not an action sanctioned by ASWSUG. Such misuse of S&A fees either directly or through the misappropriation of the members stipend, will be brought forth to a Judicial Board outside of Global Campus for review.
  2. R.A.A. Board Membership:
    1. The Board shall be selected by the ASWSUG Executive Board and Advisors.
    2. The R.A.A. Board consists of five (5) members, one of which will be elected as Chair, and another elected as Vice-Chair.
    3. Once the Board is selected, the R.A.A. Board members are responsible for electing their own Chair and Vice Chair.
    4. The Board will form/select from their members the student portion of the S&A Committee to serve during the S&A Fee allocation period in the Spring.

  1. The Resource Allocation and Accountability Board after consultation with ASWSUG Advisor and ASWSUG President, shall reserve the right to interpret this document and the ASWSUG Constitution.
    1. Such interpretation shall be made in writing and kept as an official record.

  1. All matters of consideration, unless otherwise specified in this document, shall be ratified by a simple majority of the ASWSUG Executive Board members
  2. Any member of the ASWSUG Student Government may initiate an article of legislation by:
    1. Presenting to the ASWSUG Executive Board a petition containing the signatures of ASWSUG members that in total exceed the numerical value of ten percent (10%) of the current enrollment for that semester.
    2. Upon receipt of a valid petition, the ASWSUG Executive Board shall call for a vote no less than two (2) weeks and no more than four (4) weeks after presentation of the petition.
    3. A validated initiative shall be visibly posted for at least one (1) instructional week prior to a vote by the ASWSUG Executive Board.
    4. An initiative shall become policy upon receiving two-thirds (2/3) of the votes cast in the affirmative by ASWSUG Executive Board members.
  3. The ASWSUG Student Government reserves the right to initiate a referendum.
    1. In the event in which ASWSUG initiates a referendum for a mandatory student fee the following expectations for meaningful student engagement must be met prior to a vote:
      1. Entirety of 1 Regular Academic Year semester (fall or spring) must be used to solicit student feedback
      2. Meaningful engagement includes but is not limited to:
        1. Office Hours
        2. Email blasts
        3. Newsletters
        4. Social Media Promotions  
        5. Surveys
      3. Proof of meaningful engagement must be provided to the R.A.A  Board for approval
  4. Such action shall pass out of the ASWSUG by a two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote.
  5. Referenda must be ratified by a vote no sooner than two (2) weeks and no later than four (4) weeks after ASWSUG approval, except during the summer session. Summer session legislation shall be ratified during Fall semester. Referenda shall be posted for at least one (1) week prior to an ASWSUG Executive Board vote.

  1. Any amendments to the bylaws shall be adopted by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the seated membership of the ASWSUG Executive Board.
    1. The President shall be responsible for ensuring that the standards, format, and consistency of these Bylaws are maintained.
    2. All Bylaw drafts must be voted on by ASWSUG Executive Board. The Executive Board approved changes will be sent to the Resource Allocation and Accountability Board for approval. The Resource Allocation and Accountability Board will have five (5) school days to review the revisions before ASWSUG may officially post them. Large amendments of multiple sections will need to be drafted via the Bylaw Review Committee.

  1. A member of ASWSUG may appeal action of the ASWSUG Executive Board only in the following instances:
    1. When a member of ASWSUG believes that the ASWSUG Executive Board is in violation of any applicable regulatory document.
    2. When a member of ASWSUG feels that a judgment of the ASWSUG Selection Process is unjust.
    3. When a former ASWSUG member feels that action taken to terminate them was unwarranted.
  2. Appeal Procedures
    1. Accountability Board
      1. Members of the R.A.A. Board will serve on this board as this duty is outlined in their selection.

  1. All members of ASWSUG Student Government including Resource Allocation and Accountability Board members shall abide by the following guidelines regarding treatment of colleagues:
    1. Demonstrate professional courtesy, emphasizing respect for others and their opinions.
    2. Explore just methods of resolving conflict.
    3. Communicate openly and honestly in carrying out ASWSUG responsibilities.
    4. Recognize a fair decision-making process, which acknowledges and respects both majority and minority voices.
    5. Delegate responsibility with the expectation that those duties will be fulfilled reflecting personal methods and styles.
    6. Support each individual’s endeavors to fulfill the duties of their position.
    7. Objectively evaluate the opinions and actions of others.
    8. Not engage in nor tolerate language or actions which may discriminate against or devalue any protected class, individual student, group of students, or student organization.

  1. Other documents which govern specific areas of student affairs are recognized and identified as:
    1. WSU Student Code of Conduct
    2. Washington State University Policies and Procedures Manual
    3. The Revised Code of Washington (RCW)
    4. The Washington Administrative Code (WAC)

Appendices

ASWSUG shall hold authority over the following position emails:

  1. President
    1. global.pres@wsu.edu
  2. Vice President
    1. global.vp@wsu.edu
  3. Director of Academic Affairs
    1. global.academicaffairs@wsu.edu
  4. Director of Communications and Compliance
    1. global.comm@wsu.edu
  5. Director of Diversity
    1. global.diversity@wsu.edu
  6. Director of Events and Logistics
    1. global.events@wsu.edu
  7. Director of Legislative Affairs
    1. global.dola@wsu.edu
  8. Director of Finance
    1. global.finance@wsu.edu
  9. Director of Promotions
    1. global.promotions@wsu.edu