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Article 4 (Elected Officers and Representatives)

4.1 (Elected Officers)

The officers of this chapter shall be the President, Vice President, Director of Member Development, Secretary, Treasurer, Guide, Director of Academic Affairs, and Sergeant-at-Arms.

4.2 (Elections)

All officers shall be elected at the last regular meeting in November and shall assume office at the first regular meeting after January 1st of the following year. Voting for all officers shall be by secret ballot.

4.2.1 (Quorum)

All officers shall be elected by a majority vote of the chapter while quorum is achieved.

4.3 (Vacancies)

Vacancies in office shall be filled by election at the next regular meeting or special meeting unless the vacancy is within six weeks of regular elections, in which case the president shall appoint a successor.

4.3.1 (Presidential Succession)

If the office of the president is vacant, the internal vice president shall chair the next meeting or special meeting during which elections shall be held.

4.3.2 (Six Week Succession)

If the office of the president becomes vacant within six weeks of normal elections, the internal vice president shall succeed to the office of president.

4.4 (Nominations)

Nominations for all offices shall be made from the floor of a regular chapter meeting preceding elections.

4.5 (Student Representatives)

Representatives to Student Council, the Interfraternity Council, and any other campus organizations on which the university requires the chapter to have representation:

4.5.1 (Election Requirements)

Shall be elected by a majority vote of the chapter at times required by the various organizations.

4.5.2 (Requirements)

Shall be required to attend and take part in all functions of their respective organization.

4.5.3 (Judicial Action)

Shall be subject to a fine at the discretion of the judicial board or replacement on said organization for the absence from any given function of their organization, or failure to meet the responsibility given to the representative by the chapter or organization.

4.5.4 (Dismissal)

May be removed by the chapter directly, a 2/3 vote being necessary.

4.6 (Officer Requirements)

To become a house officer or representative, a member must have attained a GPA standard written in bylaw 11.1 the semester prior to election or appointment. This requirement may be waived at the discretion of the Chapter Advisor or a 2/3 vote of the chapter at the time of nominations.

4.7 (Officer Obligation)

An officer of the Chapter is obligated to perform the duties of their office as described by these Bylaws and the Bylaws of the Fraternity.

4.7.1 (Impeachment)

If an officer is found lacking, a vote of no confidence may be called by any member at any regular meeting of the Chapter where quorum is achieved. To impeach, a 2/3 vote must be obtained. All voting is done by secret ballot.

4.8 (Secretary Duties)

The Secretary of the Chapter shall have the following duties in addition to those prescribed to them by the Bylaws of the Fraternity:


Serve as the Historian of the Chapter.


Update and maintain Composites and the mail boxes.


Take minutes at the Executive Board meetings at the discretion of the President.


Submit the FAAR, serve as the advocate of FAAR improvement, and advise the Executive Board in Chapter operations regarding the FAAR.

The Secretary may appoint an assistant for the completion of the FAAR and the assistant must be approved by the President.