Student Organisation Guidelines

Student groups applying for funds and other resources from the College are required to be in good standing with the Dean of Students’ office. It is important for student organisations to be held to common standards and expectations of integrity and behavior. This policy aims to outline and identify standards of behavior in which Yale-NUS students are expected to conduct themselves, whether that is individually, in a group, or on behalf of a group. It outlines the process by which incidents can be reported, documented, and resolved, so that students are led to take responsibility for their actions.

  • Examples of Violation
  • Process
  • Outcomes
  • Any violation of the Five Principles of Recognition by Student Government
  • Any violation of Student Organisation Policies
  • Any violation of a student organization’s own constitution
  • Any violation of policies and procedures, current & future, set up by the Dean of Students’ office and/or any of the residential colleges. This includes all policies concerning alcohol and residential life, found in the General Housing Guidelines.
  • Any activity or action that compromises residential, community, and/or academic life in the College. This includes but is not limited to the following:
    • Dishonesty E.g. lying, misquoting, release of information not intended for public consumption, mismanagement of finances, misrepresentation of another student or staff.
    • Dishonouring decisions made by the College and its offices e.g. proceeding with a decision despite knowing that permission was not granted.
    • Behavior that puts any member of the Yale-NUS College community (including yourself) in any type of harm (physical, mental, emotional, etc).
    • Advocating for the skipping/missing of class and other academic commitments due to a student organization function, including requesting exemption letters from Vice-Rectors and/or faculty.

Violation of any of the policies in the Code of Student Conduct as it relates to your group members and group activities specifically.