In order for any organization to have the sponsorship of Capital University
Law School, the organization must have the approval of the school administration
and conform to the policies and requirements set for student organizations.
Students interested in forming a new club or organization should:
1. Stop by the Director of Multicultural Affairs’ office located on the third
floor and request the papers necessary to start a new organization (see Exhibit 1, pg 33 of
2. Obtain an advisor. Students may choose any full-time faculty or
administrative member they wish if he or she is available and interested (see 3.3, pg 7).
3. File an Application for Approved Status. The application includes the name
and purpose of the organization, a list of officers, the advisor, as well as
other information. Two (2) copies of the Organization's Constitution need to be
included along with the application. (see Appendix 4, pg
4. The Director of Multicultural Affairs will then examine the application
and constitution and determine if the organization meets the requirements. (see 1.3, pg 3)
5. The Director of Multicultural Affairs will forward requests for a new
organization to the faculty for approval.
Once the necessary paperwork has been submitted and approval granted, the
organization becomes an approved organization. This approval entitles the group
1. apply for university funding;2. use university space for meetings and
activities;3. be affiliated with the university;4. e-mail, webpage and
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