UH System Policies and Procedures
Board of Regents Policies
- + 1. General Provisions
- + 2. Administration
- + 3. Organization
- + 4. Planning
- + 5. Academic Affairs
- + 6. Tuition, Financial Assistance, and Fees
7. Student Affairs
- 201. Student Organizations
- 202. Chartered Student Organizations (CSO)
- 203. Registered Independent Organization (RIO)
- 204. Regents’ Policy on System-wide Student Involvement
- 205. Student Housing
- 206. Student Finances
- 207. Clinical & Mental Health Services; & International Student Health
- 208. Intercollegiate Athletics
- 209. Alumni Organizations
- 210. Electronic Channels for Communicating with Students
- + 8. Business and Finance
- + 9. Personnel
- + 10. Land and Physical Facilities
- + 11. Miscellaneous
- + 12. Research
- Abolished Policies (Post Oct. 2014)
- Archived RP
- Executive Policies
- Administrative Procedures
UH‐Related Laws and Rules
- Hawaiʻi Revised Statutes (HRS) 304A
- Hawaiʻi Administrative Rules (HAR) Title 20
Board of Regents Policy 7.201 Board of Regents Policy 7.201
Regents Policy Chapter 7, Student Affairs
Regents Policy RP 7.201, Student Organizations
Effective Date: Nov. 15, 2007
Prior Dates Amended: Oct. 31, 2014 (recodified)
Review Date: August 2018
To set forth policy regarding student organizations.
No policy specific or unique definitions apply.
III. Board of Regents Policy
1. The board recognizes the valuable contribution of all co-curricular programs and acknowledges their importance in the development of the knowledge, skills and qualities required to be successful in post-university endeavors. Co-curricular activities include, but are not limited to student governance, residential life, organizations that support social life or leisure activities, student publications and broadcasting, support and involvement in athletics and honor societies (hereafter collectively called “co-curricular activities” or “student life programs and activities”).
Student life programs and activities complement the university’s academic mission by providing opportunities for practical experience in the actual operation of diverse organizations. These experiences empower students to be responsible leaders in civic duties, community service or professional matters. Co-curricular activities complement, extend, and reinforce academic learning by serving as nontraditional classroom venues for the application of knowledge, skills, and attitudes learned in the instructional program.
The board encourages student life programs and activities that foster critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, and leadership skills development that prepare students to become informed, responsible citizens who engage in, and continue to make contribution for the betterment of humanity and improvement of our communities.
1. The board encourages the establishment of a robust student life program, including the establishment of student organizations.
2. The board recognizes the establishment of two types of student organizations: Chartered Student Organizations and Registered Independent Organizations.
IV. Delegation of Authority
There is no policy specific delegation of authority.
V. Contact Information
Office of the Board of Regents, 956-8213, firstname.lastname@example.org
VII. Exhibits and Appendices
No Exhibits and Appendices found
Executive Administrator and Secretary of the Board of Regents
approved as to Form:
October 31, 2014
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