3 The Secretary shall attend all meetings and activities; in consultation with President prepare
and distribute meeting agendas; prepare and distribute minutes; maintain accurate records of
meeting attendance; coordinate club records and submit copies to Campus Life as required. Serve
as corresponding secretary; perform other duties as may be delegated by the President.
4 The Treasurer shall attend all meetings and activities; responsible for the completion and
management of all business transactions; with Officers, prepare and submit annual budget to
membership; prepare, record and deposit all funds raised by club; be prepared to provide financial
status at meetings; maintain all financial records/files including copies of receipts, purchase
requests, etc.; perform other duties as may be delegated by President.
5 The Activities Coordinator shall attend all meetings and activities; suggest/create
opportunities for educational and social growth, scholastic achievement and for the development of
recreational and cultural activities; organize and encourage participation in club and college
functions; utilize support from Officers, members and advisor to ensure success of all events; report
to and advise the President, in a timely manner, of any activities that are struggling to succeed.
These duties include preparing fliers, posters and appropriate paperwork for activities. Complete
these and other duties as delegated by the President.
6 Inner-Club Council (ICC) Representative shall attend all meetings and activities; serve as
liaison to the Associated Student ICC and Campus Life for the purpose of unifying clubs and
organizations for campus activities; report club activities to ICC. Complete these and other duties
as delegated by the President.
Article V Powers Granted to the Executive Officers
Section 1 The Executive Officers named above may meet when necessary to discuss issues that are
considered inappropriate for regular meetings; one Executive Officer may request an Executive
committee meeting; any two Executive Officers requesting an Executive committee will cause such
meeting to be mandatory. Any actions resulting in said meetings must be disclosed in a timely manner
to the membership at large.
Section 2 The Executive Officers will follow the laws and regulations established by the Brown Act
of the State of California.
Section 3 An Executive Officer committee meeting shall be considered legal when a quorum of
officers is present.
Section 4 Remove any elective or appointive officer by a 3/4 vote of the entire Council if they are
found in misconduct or neglect of duty.
Clause 1 Utilize Associated Student Constitution to remove an officer from position.