Student Organization Handbook – Section I. I.
Section I. Student Organization Recognition
I. Loss of University Recognition
In some situations, it may also be necessary for the Student Involvement & Leadership Center to remove recognition from a student organization. The following are examples of situations in which an organization might lose its university recognition:
- Continuous Inactive status for up to two years.
- Hazing (as defined in the Boise State University Student Code of Conduct).
- Discriminatory practices.
- Violations of Boise State University policies or procedures as determined by the Student Involvement & Leadership Center staff.
- Violations of local, state or federal laws.
- Changes to the constitution or governing documents that are in violation of student organization policies, Boise State University policies and procedures, or local, state or federal laws.
Student organizations may be continuously Inactive for up to 2 years. After being Inactive for this period of time they will automatically lose recognition. Any funds in an organization’s account from the student government will be returned to ASBSU. Any additional funds, including fundraised dollars by the student organization, will be moved to a general account in the Student Involvement & Leadership Center to be used for involvement opportunities for students.