The Advisor Agreement Form allows the Advisors and Co-Advisors to review and understand the expectations and policies for Clubs & Organizations. Advisors and co-advisors will need to complete an Advisor Agreement Form before the club will be considered chartered on campus.
Thank you for volunteering to help our sports clubs. Please read the Clubs and Organizations Handbook of Policies and Procedures, specifically pages 5, 8, 11, 15, 27, 28 before agreeing to coach a UVU sports club. You can find the handbook at www.uvu.edu/clubs.
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By submitting this form you are acknowledging that you have read the policies concerning campus organizations and agree to conduct all organizational affairs with the regulations set forth.
Constitution must be submitted with this form.
General Guidelines & Information
Membership must be open to all UVU students.
Each club must have a minimum of 6 members.
At least 75% of the membership in each officially charted and recognized club/organization shall consist of regularly enrolled students at Utah Valley University.
Every officer in each officially chartered and recognized club/organization shall be a regularly enrolled student at Utah Valley University. The student serving as president of the club/organization must be a FULL-TIME student enrolled and successfully complete at least 12 credit hours and maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA.
Club Advisor must be a full-time contracted or salaried employee and MUST complete the Advisor Agreement Form found at www.uvu.edu/club under "Club Forms"
Assistant Advisors may be a full-time OR part-time/hourly employee or community members.
A club must establish and assess dues. Dues must be a minimum of $5 per year. Members are only considered active and official when dues are paid in full.
There are no private clubs/organizations. All officers, members and advisors must be willing to have their names published.
NO off-campus banking or financial accounts are permitted.
A Club Bi-Annual Report will be required to be filled out in order to keep chartered status for spring semester.
Club members will not be covered by the University Insurance and are responsible for providing their own insurance.
UVU Club Information & Expectations
*Each club must have a representative attend monthly UVU Inter-Club Council (ICC) Meetings
Fall 2015 ICC Schedule:
Tuesday, September 1st @ 2pm OR Wednesday, September 2nd @ noon (Welcome BBQ is also this night)
Tuesday, October 6th @ 2pm OR Wednesday, October 7th @ noon (Clubs palooza is also this night)
Tuesday, November 3rd @ 2pm OR Wednesday, November 4th @ noon
Tuesday, December 1st @ 2pm OR Wednesday, December 2nd @ noon
To be eligible for Additional Club Funding through the UVU Clubs Office, a club must:
Attend at least 75% of all UVU Club Meetings
Be a fully recognized student organization
Be in good standing with the university
Must not be 30 days past due on a financial obligation to any college department
Complete one service project per semester
Conduct other fund-raising effort.
Each club must submit a constitution outlining the governing laws for the student group.
All Clubs and Advisors need to be familiar with University Policies pertaining to clubs. (A copy of the Clubs & Organizations Handbook may be found at www.uvu.edu/clubs)
By submitting this form you are acknowledging that you have read the policies concerning campus clubs and agree to conduct all organizational affairs with the regulations set forth.
Do you want to use your club funds? Fill out this form and you will receive an email with the approval stating you can use your funds. Please remember to keep all receipts and DO NOT pay sales tax when you purchase your items.
To find the form, go to Files on the left hand side and you will see homemade baked goods form. Then upload the file to this and submit the form.
This form MUST be submitted at least 14 days before the requested sale date.
The petition will be reviewed by the Director of Dining Services or his designate. It will then be submitted to the Utah County Health Department for their approval. The Health Department may require 4 to 5 days for their review and approval.
The Health Department will return their approval along with a certificate to Dining Services. This certificate will need to be displayed behind the area or on the table where the bake goods will be sold during the time of the sale. This permit will be available for pick up at SC 201, Dining Services office, once the Utah County Health Department has sent it to us.
All baked goods must be individually wrapped before being brought to UVU for selling. No food items may be produced and/or sold which require refrigeration.
Care must be taken while preparing the baked goods to insure wholesomeness. Individuals must use top quality ingredients and culinary techniques to reduce any possibility of complaints from your customers.
Any signage must be approved through the clubs office before it can be posted around campus.
Please follow the guidelines for digital signage:
Each club is only permitted to display four (4) advertisements through Digital Signage during each semester.
Only club sponsored event and/or activities are permitted to be advertised using Digital Signage. An event and/or activity is classified as a club meetings, service project, fundraisers, social event, etc. that is open to the entire student body to participate.
All content (language and graphics) must be appropriate for public usage and tasteful in imagery. In addition, any content that is visibly demeaning of the University or the University’s name will not be permitted.
The event and/or activity TITLE must be clearly visible and stated.
The DATE, TIME, and LOCATION of the event and/or activity must be clearly visible and stated.
The NAME (or logo) of the club or organization sponsoring the event/activity must be clearly visible and stated.
By adhering to these guidelines clubs and organizations will be able to better utilize the resource of Digital Signage. By following these guidelines each club and organization will continue to have an opportunity to be represented and publicize their events and/or activities on campus. Events and/or activities include club meetings, service projects, fundraisers, etc. that are open to the entire student body to participate. If the event is only open to club members it is not necessary for the club to utilize Digital Signage.
Programming grants are awarded to clubs who are sponsoring large scale events on the UVU campus. These events must be open to the entire student body. These events are to be ones that aren't typically offered by the UVUSA Student Activities branch. The funds that are awarded come from the UVUSA Student Activities budget and typically do not exceed $500 per grant.