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  1. The Florida State University Student Government Association Constitution and Statutes Workshop: Title One Bobby Seifter President Pro Tempore 60th Student Senate Last updated April 2008

  2. Title One of the Student Body StatutesDefinitions, Interpretations, and Construction of and Compliance with the Statutes. • The purpose of Title One is to act as an introduction to the Student Body Statutes. • It is the shortest Title and provides a basis for the structure and purpose of the Statutes. • According to Title One, the Table of Contents of the Student Body Statutes shall be as follows: • Title I (100-199) Definitions, Interpretations, Construction and Compliance with the Statutes. • Title II (200-299) Membership, Powers, and Purpose of the Student Body. Rules pertaining to all branches and entities of Student Government. • Title III (300-399) The Executive Branch. • Title IV (400-499) The Legislative Branch. • Title V (500-599) The Judicial Branch. • Title VI (600-699) Student Organizations and Extra Curricular Activities. • Title VII (700-799) Elections Code. • Title VIII (800-899) Finance Code. • Title IX (900-999) SGA Bureaus. • Title X (1000) SGA Agencies • Title XI (1100) SGA Affiliated Projects.

  3. Title One of the Student Body StatutesDefinitions, Interpretations, and Construction of and Compliance with the Statutes. • The Student Body Statutes shall be formatted as so: Title IV Title Name Chapter 400 Chapter Name Chapter 400.1 Chapter Subsection A. Subsection 1. Subsection a. Subsection • The following are considered major offices and shall be required to take 6 credit hours during the Fall and Spring and 3 credit hours during any one summer semester. Major office holders may go on a leave of absence during the summer. • Student Body President - Campus Rec. Board Members • Student Body Vice President - Supreme Court Justices • Student Body Treasurer - University Defenders • Student Body Chief of Staff - General Counsel • Student Body Attorney General - Clerk of Courts • Directors of Agencies, Bureaus, and Aff. Projects - Speaker of C.O.G.S. • Senators - Supervisor of Elections • Union Board Members - Deputy Supervisor of Elections • Major office holders must meet the academic requirements set forth in the Student Body Constitution.