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Student Leaders & Organizations

Awards : Class Officers : Officially Recognized Student Organizations : Policy On Co-Curriculum Involvement : Review Process : Student Governance : Types of Organizations and Requirements

POLICY ON CO-CURRICULUM INVOLVEMENT

A.T. Still University encourages students to participate in co-curricular social, professional, and governing organizations provided they are in good academic and professional standing. Student participation in organizations and clubs is voluntary and should not interfere with a student's academic performance. If a student leader is placed on academic probation, then he/she must resign their duties as a club or organization officer. Students may not hold an office and/or position of major responsibility in an organization if they are on academic and/or disciplinary probation, have a record of poor academic performance or are prohibited by a college/school academic review committee.

If a student is removed from academic and/or disciplinary probation and/or has successfully completed all required remediation work, they must submit in advance, a written request to the Vice President for Student Affairs or designee, to be allowed to accept a position of major responsibility in an organization.