Be it known that Cal U Bowling Club (CUBC) operates as a student run organization for students of Cal U and approved peers for the following purposes:
1. To promote social interaction between all participants.
2. To provide another extracurricular activity option to California University students.
Article I - Name
Section 1. The name of the organization shall be Cal U Bowling Club (CUBC) hereafter
referred to as Bowling Club (BC).
Article II - Purpose
Section 1. The purpose of this organization shall be to continually improve college
life through the provision of this activity to Cal U students.
Article III - Membership
Section 1. Membership is open to any California University of Pennsylvania student.
2. The privileges and responsibilities of membership are the ability to participate
in meetings, privileges of voting at
meetings and the privilege
of bowling with teammates while showing responsibility with demonstration
of good sportsmanship.
Article IV - Meetings and Procedures
Section 1. Regular meetings should be held at the rate of one per week,
or as deemed necessary by the members of Bowling Club.
Section 2. Quorum
be at least more than 50% of the current membership.
Section 3. Meetings will
follow Robert’s Rule of Order.
Section 4. A motion will carry if and
only if a two-thirds majority of the members present is attained.
5. When a matter is to be decided on by
vote, all members present will vote. However, the president will only vote
in the event of a tie.
Section 6. All members will pay the amount specified
at the beginning of the season - the cost covers the price of bowling,
shoes and food - students can
pay on a weekly basis, or pay the total amount, if they so choose.
Article V - Officers
Section 1. Cal U Bowling Club shall have the following officers: president,
vice-president, secretary, treasurer and chairperson.
Section 2. The duties
of these officers
Section 2.1. President - shall call meetings to order and motion to
end the meetings, if another member seconds the motion; conducts meetings according
to the order
of business; authorizes any dispersed funds.
Section 2.2. Vice-president - shall
assist the President in any way necessary; shall perform the Presidents duties
in his/her absence: is a member ex officio of all committees of the CUBC and
shall appoint members to said committees as deemed necessary by the CUBC.
2.3. Secretary - shall keep a detailed and accurate written running record
of the meetings, to include attendance and business covered; to inform other
members of meetings and events sponsored by the Cal U Bowling Club.
2.4. Treasurer - shall keep an accurate record of funds debited and credited
to the CUBC.
Section 2.5. Chairperson - responsible for recruitment and scheduling
of persons to help with CUBC related events.
Section 3. The length of all terms
shall be one academic semester, at the end of which new officers shall be nominated
Section 4. Only members who are members of Cal U Bowling Club may
run for and hold office.
Article VI - Electing, Appointing and Removing
Officers Section 1. Organizational elections must take place at least once
at the beginning of the semester .
Section 2. In the event of a mid-term vacancy
of an elected officer a special election for the position will be held to select
someone to fill the remainder of the term.
Section 3. Impeachment process will
be as follows:
Section 3.1. If a motion for impeachment leads to a vote, a
approval is necessary for said officer to be removed as well as approval from
the CUBC Advisor.
Section 3.2. A motion to impeach an officer shall be entertained
if the members of CUBC feel that said officer(s) is not satisfactorily performing
the duties of his office as outlined in Article V, Section 2 of this document.
3.3. If process is directed toward the President course will be determined
by CUBC Advisor.
Section 3.4. If process is directed toward the CUBC Advisor,
due process will be enacted, after which, a two-thirds majority of the members
must be attained,
as well as a majority of the executive board officers’ vote.
Article VII - Committees
Section 1. Committees will be appointed by the Chairperson, President, or Vice-president
of CUBC as deemed necessary by the members of CUBC and serve on an ad hoc basis
Article VIII - By-Laws
Section 1. By-Laws of the organization shall be established and altered by
the current officers of CUBC and approved by all voting members present.
Article IX - Amendments to the Constitution
Section 1. Amendments can be proposed by any officer or voting members, with
the exception of the President.
Section 2. Amendments must be ratified by
the President and a two-thirds majority vote is necessary to carry
Article X - Ratification
Section 1. This constitution shall be established by all officers of CUBC
and the members-at-large during the academic term of Spring 2004.