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Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter at University of California Riverside
Re-established on May 31st, 2012
PREAMBLE
“We, the members of Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter at UCR, established to
provide service to the community through volunteering, building, fund raising, educating
and advocating the need to eliminate substandard housing, do ordain and establish this
constitution and subscribe to the regulations and policies of the University.”
ARTICLE I
NAME OF ORGANIZATION
The name of this organization shall be Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter at UCR,
hereinafter referred to as HFH Campus Chapter at UCR.
ARTICLE II
PURPOSE OF ORGANIZATION
The purpose of this organization shall be dedicated to helping the community through
volunteering, building, fund raising, educating, and advocating as well as partnering with
the neighboring Habitat for Humanity affiliate in the effort to eliminate substandard
housing for very low income to low income families. It's secondary goal is to establish a
greater consciousness about issues dealing with poverty and substandard housing by
creating a network between students and community members.
ARTICLE III
MEMBERSHIP PRACTICE
Section 1: Eligibility for membership
Any student, alumnus, faculty member, administrator, or staff person of
University of California Riverside and University Extension Center shall be
eligible for membership.
a. Total membership for the organization must be comprised of at least 60%
undergraduate students
Section 2: Criteria or qualification for membership
a. All registered students meeting the minimum GPA requirement of 2.0 and
pays the annual membership dues are members of this organization.
b. All non-registered students who have paid the annual membership dues are
members of this organization.

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Section 3: Categories of membership
Active Members
a. Members who have paid the annual dues and completed at least a
minimum of 10 hours are considered active members.
Inactive Members
a. Members who have paid the annual dues and completed less than 10 hours
are considered inactive members.
b. All members (active or inactive) are eligible to have one vote and in the
event that there is a tie, the President will vote.
Section 4: Withdrawal or removal of members
1. Charges or complaint brought against an individual.
2. Evidence to support complaint is presented.
3. Individual given an opportunity to argue a defense and offer counter evidence.
4. Vote is taken by the elected officers and advisors.
5. Appeal process for the decision made by vote.
ARTICLE IV
OFFICERS
The officers shall be:
1. President
2. Vice President
3. Secretary
4. Treasurer
5. Event Coordinator
6. Social Chair
7. Publicity
8. Fundraiser
9. Advocacy
10. Webmaster
11. Complimentary Officers
The officers must compile a list of specific goals for the campus chapter to accomplish.
This must be stated in a written document and completed before the start of the Fall
Quarter. Eligible officers may be re-elected.
Section 1: President
The president of the chapter will also be the chairperson of the board and will
direct all meetings of the board and of the chapter. The president will have
general supervision over the business, the officers and the agents of the chapter.
Responsibilities include:
The president’s responsibilities include:
- General supervision of all activities
- Liaison with UCR Student Life, HFH Campus Chapters and HFH affiliates
- Facilitate cooperation with the campus sponsoring departments
- Maintain communication between members of the executive board
- Delegate responsibilities to officers

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Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter at University of California Riverside Re-established on May 31st, 2012 PREAMBLE “We, the members of Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter at UCR, established to provide service to the community through volunteering, building, fund raising, educating and advocating the need to eliminate substandard housing, do ordain and establish this constitution and subscribe to the regulations and policies of the University.” ARTICLE I NAME OF ORGANIZATION The name of this organization shall be Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter at UCR, hereinafter referred to as HFH Campus Chapter at UCR. ARTICLE II PURPOSE OF ORGANIZATION The purpose of this organization shall be dedicated to helping the community through volunteering, building, fund raising, educating, and advocating as well as partnering with the neighboring Habitat for Humanity affiliate in the effort to eliminate substandard housing for very low income to low income families. It's secondary goal is to establish a greater consciousness about issues dealing with poverty and substandard housing by creating a network between students and community members. ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP PRACTICE Section 1: Eligibility for membership Any student, alumnus, faculty member, administrator, or staff person of University of California Riverside and University Extension Center shall be eligible for membership. a. Total membership for the organization must be comprised of at least 60% undergraduate students Secti ...
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