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Constitution of Langston Business Association
Article I: Name of the Organization
Article II: Purpose
- Langston Business Association
- The organization is not affiliated with any national associations at this time.
Article III: Definition of Membership
The purpose of this organization is to a) stimulate student interest in Business majors, b) to
foster cooperation and unity among students enrolled in various schools of business, c) assist
students in developing leadership skills and the opportunity to interact with professionals in
various business fields, and d) assist students in learning employment opportunities in business
Article IV: Officers
Langston Business Association membership is open to all currently enrolled students and alumni
of Langston University - Tulsa, OSU-Tulsa, and Tulsa Community College. Only currently
enrolled students at Langston University - Tulsa and OSU-Tulsa will reserve the right to vote in
Langston Business Association and its members will nto discriminate on the basis of race, color,
national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or status as a veteran in
any of its policies, practices, and procedures.
Members expelled from school for justified reasons will also relinquish their right to
membership to this organization.
Article V: Advisor
President - The President shall prepare agendas for and preside at all meetings, will call and
preside at special meetings, and will appoint all committee chairs to be approved by a vote of
Vice-President - The Vice-President shall assume all duties of president in the absence of
President at any meeting and will be responsible for the arrangement of speakers at meetings
and the supervision of all committee assignments.
Secretary - The Secretary shall keep minutes of all meetings of the association. The Secretary
shall read the minutes of the previous meeting at each regular meeting. The Secretary is also
responsible for maintaining records of attendance at all meetings.
Treasurer - The Treasurer shall develop a club budget, determine funds available through Campus
Life, and keep record of all income and expenses of the association. The Treasurer shall make a
report available concerning Association budget to include any income, expenses, and current
balance at all regular Association meetings.
Officers must be currently enrolled students in good standing of Langston University - Tulsa or
Election of officers will be conducted at the first meeting of each fall semester.
Officers will serve one year and can hold office in consecutive terms.
- Committees - Pending
Article VI: Amendments
The Association Advisor will assist officers in matters pertaining to the Association, will help
in providing information concerning various schools of business, and offer overall guidance to
the officers of the Association.
Advisors will be nominated and selected by vote of current members of the Association.
The Advisor shall serve a minimum of one year, which can be extended by a vote of the members
for successive years.
Article VII: Dissolution
Amendments to the Constitution shall be by nomination at regularly scheduled meetings. The
person nominating the change shall also present the change in written format. All members will
have an opportunity to review the submitted change and must be passed by a majority vote of
present members of the meeting.
Any amendments to an organization Constitution must be recognized and approved by the
Coordinator of Campus Life and Student Development prior to being adopted.
Should, for some unforseen reason, the Association be deemed as needing to be dissolved, a
majority vote of all current members of the meeting.
Should any funds or property remain, it shall be disposed of in the following manner:
Funds through Campus Life will be turned back to the school.
Funds gained through fundraisers, dues, or contributions shall be distributed to a charity
chosen by members voting for dissolution.