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### Chapter A: Officers
1. Officers shall be elected for a term of one (1) year. Should they be unable to fulfill their duties and obligations during the course of their term, they may call for a special election of their position. Alternatively, a special election may be called by a majority vote of active membership.
1. Officers shall be elected for a term of one (1) year.
2. The Officers of this organization shall be the President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer as defined in this Constitution.
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2. The primary advisor shall be selected or removed by a majority vote of the Officers of this organization.
3. The primary advisor may offer guidance and support for the organization, but may not have a vote in any motion or resolution.
3. The primary advisor may offer guidance and support for the organization, but may not have a vote in any motion or resolution.
## Article V: Elections
1. Elections shall take place prior to April 15 for President and Treasurer, and October 15 for Vice-President.
2. Any member may nominate a member for candidacy as long as that member shall be active upon installation.
3. Elections must be carried out by a secret ballot and ranked choice voting. The results shall be tallied by the Secretary (or a designee if the Secretary is a candidate).
## Article VI: Impeachment or Resignation
1. Should an officer be unable to fulfill their duties and obligations during the course of their term, they may resign and call for a special election of their position. The procedures for nomination and election follow identically as in Article V.
2. An officer may be impeached by a majority vote of active membership. The procedures for nomination and election follow identically as in Article V.
## Article VII: Meetings
1. The organization shall meet monthly. The President (or a designee) shall preside over the meeting.
2. Quorum is defined as simple majority of active membership.
3. Unless otherwise specified, Robert's Rules of Order shall be used.
4. The Officers may call a special meeting by a simple majority vote.
## Article VIII: Finance
1. The Treasurer must submit a budget to the active membership, including the amount of dues to be collected, to be approved by a majority vote of active membership. The budget must be submitted by the third week of the semester, or the budget for the previous semester will used instead.
2. An active member may propose a budget amendment to be approved (after debate) by a 3/4 vote of the active membership. The Officers may require minimum or maximum duration for debate.
2. The Treasurer may charge a maximum late penalty of ten percent.
## Article IX: Amendments
1. A motion to amend may be brought by any member, and approved after debate by a 3/4 vote of the active membership. The Officers may require minimum or maximum duration for debate.
2. Student Involvement must review all amendments in the same manner as a completely new constitution.
## Article X: Ratificaftion
1. This Constitution shall become effective upon approval by a 3/4 vote of the active membership, and a Student Involvement staff member.
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