Chapter Four: Student Services
 
Procedure Title: Student Activities
Based On: Board Policies 2 and 3

Procedure Number: 4.10
Date Adopted/Revised: June 25, 2001; November 21, 2006; May 15, 2007; May 17, 2010; July 7, 2015
  1. It is the responsibility of the Vice President for Student Services, in conjunction with the Recruitment and Student Activities Specialist, to oversee activities that are initiated by students and student groups.

  2. Students and student groups may schedule an activity, event, or fund raiser with approval by the Recruitment and Student Activities Specialist.

  3. Student Ambassadors

    1. Student Ambassadors are designated to represent the College at functions and scheduled activities, and provide assistance and leadership for the College when needed.

    2. In exchange for their efforts to promote the College, Student Ambassadors are awarded full tuition scholarships and a part-time work assignment on campus.

  4. Gymnasium. College employees and their immediate families and college students may use the gym and weight room for approved functions during times when the gym is available and not otherwise scheduled. The following guidelines will apply:

    1. An employee and/or student should determine the availability of the gymnasium by contacting the Chief Fiscal Officer.

    2. Each semester, the Chief Fiscal Officer will post a schedule for open access for the gym. The gym will be supervised by a student worker.

    3. If an employee wishes to have non-student guests, he or she must schedule the usage with the Chief Fiscal Officer. The Chief Fiscal Officer will determine whether such usage will be considered to be employee usage or will be charged as an outside user.

    4. Campus Security is responsible for locking doors from the inside when using the gym and/or turning off all gym lights, closing and locking all windows, and locking both entrance doors when leaving.

    5. The South Arkansas Community College gym is a high usage building, and not all persons requesting to use it can be accommodated.

  5. Intramurals. Intramurals provide students with an opportunity to be involved in sports and fitness. Activities such as basketball or volleyball are available when student coordination can be arranged.

    1. Participation in intramurals is free of cost, and all students are encouraged to participate.

    2. A current I.D. must be shown at the door before participating in intramurals.