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Advising Student Groups and Organizations, 2nd Edition by Nancy E. Chrystal-Green, John H. Schuh, Norbert W. Dunkel

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Chapter 7Representing Group and Institutional Interests

BY DEFINITION, STUDENT organizations function within institutions of higher education. These organizations exist within a framework designed for them by the policies and procedures adopted by the college or university. Some organizations are affiliated with national organizations. The framework for these groups will be informed by national standards. Policies are established by administrators or faculty, national organizations, or by the students themselves, either through their governmental organizations or their constitution and by-laws.

The leadership of student organizations changes almost every year: there is a new president, a new treasurer; new members join, former members and ...

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