Regulations governing the Student Government and Group Counseling Committee Organization
Regulations governing NTU Student Government and Group Counseling Committee Organization
Passed by the 1st School Affairs Meeting of the 1st semester of the school year 1997 on October 18 , 1997
Revised (on Article 3), certified and passed by the 1st School Affairs Meeting of the 1st semester of the school year 2010 on October 16, 2010
In accordance with Article 14 of the Guidelines for NTU Organizational Structure, the Student Government and Group Counseling Committee (hereunder referred to as the Committee for short) is founded and regulations are formulated accordingly.
The duties and obligations of the Committee are as follows:
1. To survey and certify the establishment and dissolution of the student governments and student groups;
2. To counsel the activities conducted by the student governments and student groups;
3. To survey and certify the rewards and punishments of the student governments and student groups;
4. To survey, discuss, and formulate the attention items and regulations regarding the student governments and student groups;
5. To address other affairs regarding the student governments and student groups.
The Committee consists of the Director of the Office of Student Affairs, the Chief of Student Activity Division, the Chief of the Management Division of the Student Activity Center, the Chiefs of the Divisions of Student Affairs, the Director of the School of the Professional and Continuing Studies and the coach to mentor the student groups (6 in total) and 7 student representatives.
The above coach is elected through Web-based ballots from all the coaches of all sorts of student groups. The 7 student representatives, apart from a representative recommended by the Student Union, Graduate Student Association and Student Representative Council, are elected from all the incumbent chairpersons of the student groups, and the regulations for election are stipulated in other chapters. The tenure for the representative is one year, and the representative can serve for another term of office if re-elected. The Director of the Office of Student Affairs acts as the convener of the Committee, and the Chief of the Guidance Division of the Student Activity Center acts as the executive secretary, taking charge of the administrative tasks of the Committee.
As a principle, the meetings of the Committee are conducted twice a semester, which are convened by the convener. However, if the convener or over 8 committee members regard it necessary to record in written forms the proposals along with the reasons, the convener shall convene a temporary meeting.
All the meetings of the Committee are presided over by the convener; when the convener cannot make it to attend the meeting, one member of the Committee shall be appointed by the convener to preside over the meeting.
The meeting of the Committee shall not be started until more than half of the Committee members are present, and shall not make resolutions until more than half of the Committee members have given assent.
Regarding the dissolution of any student governments or student groups, or any incidents that are viewed as major by more than half of the Committee members, the resolution(s) shall not be made until two-thirds of the Committee members have agreed.
The set of regulations becomes effective after being passed by the Student Counseling Committee and delivered to the School Affairs Meeting for certification; the same procedures shall be undergone for future’s revisions.