It was indicated that our organization is not in good standing. What does this mean?
This means that for some reason, your organization is not in compliance. The most common reasons include not turning in a current compliance agreement form, your president has not completed the President’s Training, you do not have an approved constitution, or there is a president, treasurer, or adviser missing from the Student Organization Database (SODB). If you are not in good standing, you have a certain amount of time to make necessary changes while still being able to function as a recognized organization. If, however, the action is not completed by the deadline, your organization will not be considered recognized by the university, and you will lose benefits such as being able to reserve rooms, access to your club funds, eligibility for ClubFest, use of university trademarks and more.