New York University School of Law
Student Bar Association Bylaws
01: General Provisions
02: SBA Meetings
03: Dean's Meetings
04: Internal Standing Committees
05: Ad Hoc Committees
06: Student-Faculty Committees
07: Student Groups and Organizations
10: Amendments to the Bylaws and Effective Date
1. General Provisions
The purpose of these Bylaws is to provide an effective governance structure for the Board of Governors of the Student Bar Association of New York University School of Law, hereinafter referred to as the “SBA.”
The SBA shall strive to maintain transparency in all of its activities. All members of the SBA shall have the right to access and review the following documents:
- The SBA Constitution and Amendments;
- The SBA Bylaws;
- Any and all Resolutions or Initiatives adopted in accordance with the SBA Constitution;
- Internal Standing Committee Reports;
- Student-Faculty Committee Representative Reports;
- All periodic reports regarding expenditures and allocations made by the Treasurer on behalf of the SBA; a reasonably current statement indicating the financial condition of the SBA; and a reasonably current report of budget allocations made to Student Groups; and
- Copies of the Minutes of all SBA meetings of the current academic year.
The SBA shall not discriminate on the basis of ancestry, color, or race; cultural or ethnic background; national or regional origin; age; sex or gender; sexual orientation; disability; marital or parental status; ideological, philosophical, or political belief or affiliation; or religion. The SBA shall not encourage or condone discrimination, either explicitly or implicitly.
2. SBA Meetings
Meetings should be held at a minimum of two times per month when classes are in session, except for the last month of each semester (i.e. December and May), when there must be at least one meeting per month.
Meetings should be held at a regular a time and place as possible so that students interested in coming to the meetings will be able to find it. Meeting time and place should be appropriately advertised to encourage attendance. The first meeting of each semester shall be called by the President, and the SBA shall agree on the regular meeting place and time for any given semester no later than the first meeting after the end of the drop/add period.
In the event that the regular meeting cannot be held (due to a holiday or scheduling conflict), the SBA shall be notified of the rescheduling no later than 3 days before the new meeting.
The President shall designate a process for preparing an agenda for every meeting of the SBA. The President shall include recommended time limits for discussion on each agenda item. This agenda must be distributed to the members of the SBA by the morning of the day any regularly held meeting is scheduled for.
2.5. Roll Call
Before the start of every meeting, the Executive Secretary shall take attendance and record those present and absent.
2.6. Officer Absences
If the President is absent, the Vice President shall assume the President’s duties. All references to the President in this Section shall be assumed to refer to the Vice President or any other designated officer. If the Executive Secretary is absent, they are responsible for finding a replacement.
A quorum consists of a majority (more than 50%) of the SBA. A quorum is also required for all votes on motions, resolutions, and amendments as explained in Section 2.9.
Conversations between members of the SBA on topics outside the scope of what is currently being debated shall be discouraged. All side conversations shall be discouraged.
Any member or Committee of the SBA may introduce a resolution to the entire SBA to vote upon. In all cases, the resolution must be raised far enough in advance so as to be included in the agenda through the process listed in Section 2.4.
Once a resolution or agenda item has been introduced, the SBA will debate the resolution per Section 2.9.3. Before a vote can be called on the resolution, a Motion to End Debate must pass. This motion requires a 2/3 vote, per Section 220.127.116.11.Once the Motion to End Debate Passes, the President immediately calls a vote. The President has no discretion in this matter, and there can be no more debate on the resolution.
The President shall provide an opportunity for the SBA to debate an agenda item. Members of the SBA will indicate their desire to speak by raising their hand. The President shall designate who is to speak, making all efforts to follow the order in which hands were raised.
All motions must be seconded and are adopted by a majority vote unless indicated otherwise. All motions are debatable unless otherwise noted. Motions are in order of precedence: motions may be made only if no motion of equal or higher precedence is on the floor (for example, no motions to end debate can be made when the body is discussing a move to suspend rules).
18.104.22.168. Motion to Adjourn: not debatable; goes to an immediate vote.
22.214.171.124. Motion to Recess: not debatable. May be for a specific time.
126.96.36.199. Motion to Appeal the Committee Chairperson’s Decision: not debatable; goes to an immediate vote. Allows the body to overrule a decision made by the chair.
188.8.131.52. Motion to Suspend the Rules: debatable; requires a 2/3 vote. Suspends the formal process for dealing with a specific question.
184.108.40.206. Motion to End Debate and Vote or Call the Question: not debatable; requires a 2/3 vote. Applies only to the motion on the floor.
220.127.116.11. Motion to Extend Debate: not debatable. Can be general, or for a specific time or number of speakers.
18.104.22.168. Motion to Refer to Committee: applies only to the main motion. Refers question to a specific group with a specific time and charge.
22.214.171.124. Motion to Divide the Question: breaks the motion on the floor into two parts, in manner suggested by mover.
126.96.36.199. Motion to Amend: Amendments require a 2/3 vote to pass. If amendment is accepted as "friendly" by the proposer of the amendment then it may be accepted without a formal vote so long as there is no objection.
2.9.5. Time Limits
The President may impose reasonable time limits on speakers.
2.10.1. General Voting
Voting shall be done by raised hands. The Executive Secretary shall record the results of the vote. A roll call vote shall be taken when requested by any member of the SBA. A roll call vote may be requested either before or after the vote. Roll call voting will proceed as in Section 2.10.3.
2.10.2. Amendments to Constitution and Bylaws
Voting on resolutions, amendments to the Constitution, or amendments to the Bylaws shall be by roll call as in Section 2.10.3. Amendments to the Constitution shall require approval of 2/3 of the entire voting membership of the SBA. Amendments to the Constitution must be ratified according to Section 4 of the Constitution. Amendments to the Bylaws shall require a majority vote.
2.10.3. Roll Call Voting
If a roll call vote is requested, as each member’s name is called out by the Executive Secretary, that person shall either state “yes,” “no,” or “abstain.”
A quorum must be present for every vote.
2.10.5. Proxy voting
Proxy voting will not be allowed at meetings of the SBA.
2.11. Automatic Removal for Non-Attendance
2.11.1. If any member of the SBA is absent from three consecutive regular meetings of the SBA without a valid excuse, he or she shall automatically be removed from office.
2.11.2. The validity of the excuse shall be determined by the SBA. In all cases, if possible, the excuse shall be given prior to the meeting to be missed.
3. Deans Meetings
The purpose of the Deans Meetings are to inform the administration of current student concerns, follow up on past recommendations made by the student body, and allow the administration to give the SBA a briefing on issues the administration is currently considering.
The scheduling of the Dean’s Meetings should be a collaborative effort between the SBA Executive Board and the Dean’s office. There shall be Dean’s meetings at least three times per semester if scheduling between the Dean’s office and the SBA permits.
Dean’s Meetings must be attended by the President and the Executive Secretary. The meetings may be attended by all members of the SBA, subject to any space limitations. All members of the SBA are encouraged to attend.
The President will solicit topics to be discussed at the monthly Dean’s meeting at a reasonable time before the meeting occurs.
The Agenda for the Dean’s meetings shall be created by a collaborative effort of the SBA and the Dean’s office. The President or Executive Secretary send the agenda to the Dean’s office and the SBA prior to the Dean’s meeting.
4. Internal Standing Committees
Each standing committee shall be run by a chair and comprise of members who shall be selected as set forth in Sections 4.2–4.5.
4.2. Finance Committee
The Treasurer shall serve as the Chair of the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee will assist the Treasurer in deciding matters of fiscal policy and assist in determinations, according to the rules specified infra, of Student Group budgets.
4.2.1. The Finance Committee shall be formed in accordance with Section 8.1.
4.3. Elections Committee
The Elections Committee shall consist of the four 3L Representatives. The President shall serve as the Elections Coordinator. In the event that the sitting President is running in the upcoming election, the SBA shall designate a 3L Representative to serve as Elections Coordinator. The Elections Coordinator shall be the chair of the Elections Committee. The Elections Committee shall create all handouts for elections; solicit candidates; tally votes; and perform any other tasks related to SBA elections and voting on the NYU campus.
4.4. Rules Committee
The Rules Committee shall consist of five members of the SBA, including the chairperson. The Executive Secretary shall serve as the Chair of the Rules Committee. The Rules Committee shall be in charge of making any preliminary interpretations of the Bylaws and Constitution. In addition, the Rules Committee shall oversee any amendments to the Constitution or Bylaws including notice and comment to the student body. The Rules Committee shall recommend a Parliamentarian from among the SBA for the President’s approval. The Rules Committee shall consist of five members of the SBA, including the chairperson and the parliamentarian.
4.5. The President may appoint a substitute chairperson for any standing committee, with the advice and consent of the SBA.
4.6. The Vice President is responsible for the effective operations of the standing committees.
5. Ad Hoc Committees
5.1. The President may, with the advice and consent of the SBA, create ad hoc committees.
5.2. The President may appoint, with the advice and consent of the SBA, the chairpersons of any ad hoc committee formed.
5.2.1. The Treasurer shall be the chairperson of any ad hoc committee related to finances.
5.3. The Vice President shall be responsible for supervising all ad hoc committees and their effective operation.
6. Student-Faculty Committees
6.1.1. Students wishing to apply to serve on a student-faculty committee must fill out an electronic application form and email it to the SBA at email@example.com. The application will consist of general personal information and a short paragraph (300 words or less) describing why the student wants to be on the particular committee. There shall be one statement submitted for each committee to which the student applies.
6.1.2. Applications should be made available before Spring Break and should be accepted up until mid-April, as determined by the SBA. Choosing the new representatives shall be completed by the end of September.
6.1.3. Descriptions of the Student-Faculty Committees are listed in Appendix A. These descriptions and committees are subject to change.
6.2.1. Student-Faculty Representatives will be chosen by a vote of the SBA on the SBA, except for those students chosen in accordance with Section 6.2.5.
6.2.2. A file will be created for each committee containing information on any and all applicants for said committee. The file will contain the graduation year, the ranked list of committees applied, the pertinent personal statement, and any other materials.
6.2.3. The SBA is charged with final approval of the student representatives.
6.2.4. Student Representatives will be notified by the President of their selection. A complete list of Student-Faculty Representatives, with their contact information, will be emailed to the Dean’s Office before the end of September.
6.2.7. The Admissions Committee, which only accepts 3Ls as Student Members.
6.3.1. Student-Faculty Representatives will give regular reports of the business of their committees within 48 hours of their committee’s meeting. They will submit written reports to the SBA.
6.3.2. Student-Faculty Representatives chosen in accordance with Section 6.2.5 will additionally be responsible for reporting to the constituent groups of the ALSA Selection Board.
Appendix A. Definitions of the various Student-Faculty Committee positions
Appendix B. Application for Student Representative Position of Student-Faculty Committee.
Appendix C. Nomination Petition for Representative Positions
7. Student Groups and Organizations
7.1.1. Student Groups must be recognized as per the process outlined in the SBA Constitution, Article 16, Section 1. Proposed groups must submit a petition signed by peers supporting formation of the organization, a mission statement, and a constitution, which shall include procedures for compliance with SBA funding guidelines, and shall provide for a procedure for the group's members to select and remove its officers. The group must also submit a budget proposal that complies with Section 8 of the SBA Bylaws. All of these documents are to be reviewed and considered by the SBA prior to approval. The budgets for new student organizations are approved separately through the Finance Committee.
7.1.2. The Proposed Student Groups shall send a representative(s) to the SBA meeting and deliver a presentation about their group. It is important that the proposed Student Groups explain why their group satisfies a need that is NOT met by any other group. The group should also explain how it plans to perpetuate itself.
Approved Student Groups may lose their standing if they are defunct (meaning, no programming and no activity) for more than 4 semesters.
8.1. Finance Committee
8.1.1. The Treasurer will appoint a Finance Committee within six weeks of his or her election during the spring semester. The Treasurer may appoint additional individuals to the Finance Committee within a month after the election of the 1L, LLM, and Transfer Representatives.
8.1.2. The Treasurer will appoint, with the advice and consent of the SBA, members of the student body to serve on the Finance Committee. Members of the SBA can serve on the Finance Committee.
8.1.3. The Treasurer, with the advice of the Finance Committee, will perform all necessary financial tasks of the SBA, including managing SBA funds, allocating funds to Student Groups, and coordinating financial relations with the University.
8.1.4. The Treasurer shall have discretion to approve allocations up to and including $500 for new Student Groups without a vote by the SBA; however, such approval must either be, reported to the SBA prior to the next SBA meeting or read into the minutes at the next SBA meeting. The SBA can (1) remove the Treasurer’s discretion to approve an allocation up to and including $500; or (2) override a Treasurer’s approval of an allocation up to and including $500 on a case-by-case basis by a motion passed in accordance with Section 2.9.4.
8.2.1. The annual budget of the SBA shall be allocated using the following procedures.
8.2.2. The Finance Committee shall recommend, and the SBA shall approve, the allocation of funds for the next year in the following categories:
a. SBA General Funds
b. SBA Incentive Funds
c. SBA Student Group Funds
8.2.3. Student Group Account Rollover
188.8.131.52. The remaining funds in an individual group’s account at the end of the spring may not be rolled-over directly to that same Student Group account for the following year, unless:
a. A roll-over is requested in advance of the end of the prior spring semester; and
b. The requesting Student Group demonstrates that the funds in question have been derived from an outside donation or are proceeds from a fundraising event.
184.108.40.206. The SBA Treasurer shall announce to all Student Group Treasurers, with reasonable notice, a “Rollover Date” on which Student Group accounts will be emptied. This Rollover Date shall be no more than two weeks before the first day of fall classes. The announcement of this Rollover Date shall be accompanied by a copy of Section 8.2.3 of these Bylaws.
220.127.116.11. Student Group Treasurers must notify the SBA Treasurer of any outstanding approved reimbursements or purchase orders at least one week before the announced Rollover Date. If properly notified, the SBA Treasurer shall leave funds sufficient to cover any such outstanding reimbursements or purchase orders in that Student Group’s account.
18.104.22.168. On or after the Rollover Date, the SBA Treasurer shall transfer any funds remaining in Student Group accounts to the SBA account, except for funds properly claimed by Student Groups in accordance with Section 22.214.171.124.
8.2.4. Student Group Budgets
126.96.36.199. Budget submission worksheets, deadlines, and guidelines shall be distributed to all official SBA groups and groups seeking approval at least five weeks before the deadline for budget allocation requests.
188.8.131.52. When submitting a Budget Request, Student Groups shall also provide the prior Budget Request modified to include whether the planned events took place and, if so, the actual costs of events, to assist the SBA Treasurer and Finance Committee in their determinations. These budgets will be submitted with documents required in Section 184.108.40.206. Student Groups that were created during the prior school year are exempt from this requirement.
220.127.116.11. The SBA Treasurer shall determine the “Total Allocation” that each group received in the closing fiscal year. The Total Allocation shall only include money allocated to the group by SBA through the annual budget process and/or via incentive funding; it shall not include money spent that was received from outside sources.
When determining whether or not to include incentive funding in the total allocation for a student group, factors to consider include:
(1) Quality of planning and level of preparation
(2) History of the event on campus and whether or not it is an annual event.
(3) The Student Group’s current account balance
(4) Inclusiveness, co-sponsorship, and planned outreach
(5) Whether the event contributes to the intellectual, social, and professional community at NYU Law School
(6) Whether the Student Group notified the SBA in advance of their intention to hold the event in the following fiscal year.
18.104.22.168. If and when the treasurer uses her/his discretion to include previous incentive funding requests amounts in a Student Group’s Total Allocation s/he will notify the SBA prior to the vote approving the budget.
22.214.171.124. Each group's Maximum Potential Allocation ("MPA") for the opening fiscal year is the greater of the following:
a. 130% of the Total Allocation; or
126.96.36.199. The MPA for a group which requests an allocation exceeding the amount allowed in Section 188.8.131.52 of these Bylaws shall be reduced punitively by 10%.
184.108.40.206 The SBA Treasurer shall adjust proposed budget allocations in accordance with Section 220.127.116.11, as necessary, and then forward the budget allocation requests to the Finance Committee.
18.104.22.168. The Finance Committee shall determine, based on the guidelines in Section 8.2.5, the amount of SBA funding appropriate for each Student Group’s proposed budget allocation, which shall not exceed that group’s MPA.
8.2.5. Event Funding Guidelines
22.214.171.124. The Finance Committee will use the following criteria to appropriate SBA funding to Student Groups:
a. Does the event contribute to the intellectual life of the law school community?
b. Does the event contribute to the social life of the law school community?
c. Does the event foster a sense of community in the law school community?
d. Does the event foster networking between the student body and external organizations?
e. Does the event provide services to the wider community?
f. Does the event prepare students for legal practice? In considering these criteria, the Finance Committee may consult a Student Group’s past submissions to the SBA, including, but not limited to, prior budget requests, incentive funding requests and/or family funding requests.
126.96.36.199. The Finance Committee will scrutinize the expected attendance for every event listed by each Student Group. If the number estimated seems unrealistic, the Committee may reduce the estimation and respectively the allocation amount to reflect a more realistic expected number of attendees.
188.8.131.52. All budget allocations recommended by the Finance Committee, and approved by the SBA, shall be based on compliance with the restrictions and guideline in Section 8.3.
8.3. Spending Restrictions
8.3.1. Guest Speaker Events
Student Groups must provide the SBA Treasurer and Finance Committee a reasonable amount of detail describing the guest speaker, the subject matter, and the specific expenses of the event in order to receive funding. Guest speaker events are subject to the following restrictions:
a. Student Groups shall not use SBA funds for honoraria and/or speaker’s fees unless, in extraordinary circumstances, a Student Group seeks special approval of the Finance Committee for honoraria and/or speaker’s fees.
b. Student Groups shall strive to secure guest speakers from within the NYU Law School Community and the tri-state area. Total travel expenses for speakers, including local transportation, shall be limited to:
i. $40 for speakers traveling within the New York City area;
ii. $100 for speakers traveling less than 50 miles;
iii. $300 for speakers traveling less than 250 miles; or
iv. For speakers traveling over 250 miles and/or extraordinary circumstances, the Student Group must seek special approval of the Treasurer for approval on a case-by-case basis. The SBA Treasurer has the discretion to forward the request to the SBA for approval.
c. Hotel costs are limited to $200 per night per speaker.
8.3.2. Conferences and Retreats Student groups are encouraged to apply for Prominence Funding for conferences through the office of Student Affairs. SBA funding for conferences and retreats is subject to the following restrictions:
a. Student Groups may not spend more than $300 of SBA funds per year on conferences and retreats, unless the Student Group has received special approval from the Finance Committee.
b. Conferences within the tri-state area are limited to $50 per person.
c. Conferences outside the tri-state area are limited to $150 per person.
d. Retreats are limited to $25 per person. Student Groups are limited to one retreat per year.
8.3.3. Food and Beverage Costs
Student Groups are strongly discouraged from holding events where food and beverage expenses would exceed $12.50 per person. A Student Group must apply to the Finance Committee to exceed these limits on a case-by-case basis in advance of the event, even if the event was included in the Student Group’s proposed budget allocation.
8.3.4. Event Fees
If a Student Group charges participants a fee for an event, the amount of that fee must be disclosed in the allocation request.
Spending on publicity may not exceed $25 per event. Student Groups are encouraged to make use of the Docket, the Commentator, the Online Calendar, and other free options in order to publicize their events.
8.3.6. Grants and Awards
SBA funds may not be spent on awards or grants, whether to Student Group members, students, faculty, or otherwise.
8.3.7. Charitable Contributions
SBA funds may not be allocated or given to a charitable organization. However, at its discretion, the SBA may allocate funds to SBA and Student Group led efforts to independently fundraise for a non-profit charitable organization. Under no circumstances will funding be allocated for efforts to benefit a for-profit charitable organization. Funding for law school sanctioned events, as determined by the Finance Committee, such as the Dean's Cup or Public Service Auction, shall not be covered by the restriction in this subsection.
Self-dealing by Student Groups is strictly forbidden. Self-dealing includes, but is not limited to, payment for goods and services provided by any member or relative of any member of the sponsoring group, any member or relative of a member of a Student Group which regularly cosponsors (defined as four events or more in the past two semesters) events with the sponsoring group, or past members of the Student Group. The SBA Treasurer may grant an exception to this rule only when the exception is requested in writing before the goods and services are provided and only when compelling reasons justify the approval of the request.
Student Groups are forbidden from spending more than the amount in the Student Group’s account so as to cause an overdraft. If a Student Group ever overdrafts their account, the Group’s allocation in the following year will be penalized. Overdraft amounts are deducted from the Student Group’s budget allocation in the following year at a ratio of two to one. For example, an overdraft of $1 would result in the following year's budget allocation being reduced by $2. This penalty may be appealed as provided in Section 8.7.
8.4. Student Group Record Keeping
8.4.1. The Treasurer shall encourage all Student Groups to maintain a ledger of expenses, disbursements, and income. Expense reports will aid Student Groups in managing their allocations, donations, and expenses, allowing groups to better use their budget and prevent overdraft of their accounts. These ledgers will also aid Student Groups in their current year budgets to include the actual costs of the events they held or sponsored, as required by Section 184.108.40.206.
8.5. Incentive Funding
8.5.1. Incentive funds will be available to Student Groups that conceive an event, but do not have adequate funds (in light of the Student Group’s planned events) to begin or complete the event. Such funds will also be available to fund groups that apply for SBA membership after the allocation process. The SBA Treasurer will have discretion to award Incentive Grants up to and including $250. Other applications will require approval by a majority vote of the SBA meeting.
8.5.2. Factors for Incentive Funding
The SBA Treasurer, and SBA as relevant, shall consider the following factors in determining whether to approve an incentive funding request:
(1) Quality of planning and level of preparation
(2) Amount of the request
(3) Remaining SBA incentive funding
(4) Advanced notice of the request (should be available to present at a scheduled SBA meeting at least 7 calendar days prior to the event)
(5) Necessity of incentive funding given:
(6) The nature and purpose of the event
(7) Remaining group budget and reasonable attempt to obtain other sources of funding and current balance of their account.
(8) Number of students attending proportional to cost
(9) Inclusiveness, co-sponsorship, and planned outreach
(10) Whether the event contributes to the intellectual, social, and professional community at NYU Law School
8.5.3. Notice of Incentive Funding Over $500
Notice of intent to apply for incentive funding over $500 should be made in writing to the SBA Treasurer as soon as possible by the sponsoring Student Group. For any event that also received more than $500 in incentive funding in the prior school year, notice must be given within four weeks of the sponsoring Student Group receiving its budget allocation and at least two weeks prior to the event. Failure to comply with this subsection may result in the denial of incentive funding for the event.
Student Groups may appeal Finance Committee Allocation decisions, Treasurer decisions, and overdraft deductions in accordance with the SBA Constitution Article 16, Section 3.
8.7. Enforcement Mechanism
Any violation of Section 8 of these Bylaws may result in penalties, including a reduction of the Student Group’s current year funding and/or the Student Group’s MPA, and/or a removal of one or more of the group’s officers. Penalties shall be imposed only by a majority vote of the SBA except for violations of Section 8.3.9. The Finance Committee may issue a warning to a Student Group or Student Group officer by a majority vote of its members.
9.1.1. The Election Coordinator shall announce the election with all relevant dates (when packets will be available, when they are due, and when the polls will be open) in the weekly email, on the SBA board, etc.
9.1.2. The Election Coordinator, with the Administrative Assistant, shall prepare an election packet (samples can be found on the SBA computer, and an example is in Appendix C) including a cover sheet with date information, a petition form, and the Election Rules.
9.1.3. The Election Coordinator shall make the election packets available on the SBA board at least two weeks before the election for the election of 2L and 3L representatives, and for the Executive Board. The Election Coordinator shall make the election packets available on the SBA board at least two weeks before the election for 1L, LL.M. and Transfer Representatives.
9.1.4. The Election Coordinator shall make the due date to return the election materials no less than one week after packets are available and no later than one week before elections start.
9.1.5. The Election Coordinator shall email or call all of the candidates that returned a valid petition and confirm their candidacy.
9.1.6. The Election Coordinator, in consultation with Information and Technology Services, shall create an electronic ballot with links to the candidate's personal statements.
9.2. Election Administration and Results
9.2.1. The Election Coordinator shall work with the Project Management Office to administer an on-line election.
9.2.2. The Election Coordinator and at least one additional member of the Election Committee shall have electronic access to election results.
9.2.3. The Election Coordinator shall notify all candidates of the results of election.
9.3. Tallying Votes
9.3.1. The Election Coordinator will ensure that the Election Committee verify the results of the election. The Election Coordinator shall promptly notify all candidates of the results of the election.
9.3.2. If the Election Coordinator is not the current President, the Election Coordinator will send the names and emails of the newly elected representatives to the current President.
10. Amendments to the Bylaws and Effective Date
10.1. Amendments to the Bylaws shall require a majority of quorum for approval, unless otherwise stated.
10.2. These Bylaws and any amendments shall take effect immediately upon acceptance by the SBA, and replace any and all prior Bylaws.
Appendix A. Definitions of the various Student-Faculty Committee positions
Appendix B. Application for Student Representative Position of Student-Faculty Committee.
Appendix C. Nomination Petition for Representative Positions