Student Handbook – Policies and Procedures for Student Organizations

By August 28, 2013

Student organizations should contribute positively to the college community in a distinctive manner and have objectives that correspond to the Purpose of the College (2001-2002 Wofford College Student Handbook, page 57). Student organizations should aim to develop students’ intellectual curiosity, independence of thought, maturity of judgment, self-discipline, religious faith, and moral character, foster citizenship and leadership, and promote community service. Organizations should seek a positive and open relationship with the College.

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Notwithstanding these requirements, a student organization may restrict membership based on an ability to perform the activities related to the organization’s purpose.

Student Handbook – Policies and Procedures for Student Organizations

By August 28, 2013

9.1. Canvassing is any effort to influence opinions, gain support or promote a particular cause or interest, specifically excluding solicitation or fund raising as defined by current policy.

Surveys are not considered canvassing for purposes of this policy.

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9.3. Canvassing may occur in the main lobbies of the residence halls and outside of the dining room, Zach’s and the bookstore.

9.4. Canvassing may NOT occur in individual residence hall rooms or classrooms.