A5: Description of the Boards and Standing
b. Campus Life Board
4. Residential Life Committee
- To review the quality of residential life, including living units
(on campus and off), dining hall and food service, and public safety,
and make policy recommendations to the Campus Life Board.
- To advise
on the planning and design of residence facilities.
- To review rules
and regulations concerning residential life (as defined above) and
student conduct, and make policy recommendations to the Campus Life
Board. Amendments to the housing terms and conditions for
the next academic year shall be forwarded to the President of Student
Congress at least two months prior to the conclusion of the spring semester. Exceptions
to this time constraint include amendments necessary to maintain student
safety or to comply with the laws of the City of Holland, State of Michigan,
or United States. In all instances, the President of Student Congress
shall be informed of such amendments prior to their taking effect.
delineate procedures for handling violations of such rules and regulations
and set guidelines for the imposition of penalties, subject to approval
by the Campus Life Board.
- To recommend to the Campus Life Board the
procedures to be used by the Judicial Board and to review periodically
the areas of its jurisdiction.
- To study and make policy recommendations
on any item referred to it by the Campus Life Board.
The Dean of Students or his/her representative, the Assistant Dean of
Housing and Residence Life, a student representative from the Judicial
Board, a representative of Student Congress, two students appointed by
Student Congress, and two faculty members. Student membership
shall include both men and women.