Chapter 3: Student Affairs03:06:00 Types of Student Organizations
Tennessee Board of Regents policy, applicable to all institutions in the State University and Community College System of Tennessee, provides minimum standards for the registration and conduct of student organizations. Northeast State Community College is authorized to establish additional policies and procedures affecting student organizations that are consistent with the provisions of this policy.
Student organizations may be either organizations sponsored by the College, such as student government associations, associated student body organizations, and professional and honor societies, or organizations officially registered by the College. Organizations that may be registered to operate on campus include the following:
- Honors and leadership organizations and recognition societies;
- Departmental organizations and professional fraternities and sororities;
- Social fraternities and sororities; and
- Special interest groups (political, religious, athletic, etc.).
Registration of a student organization by Northeast State shall neither constitute nor be construed as approval or endorsement by the College of the purposes or objectives of the organization.
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