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Club Sports Council
Officers of a club sport organization can expand their student development and become an elected member of the Club Sports Council. This council consists of five (5) members. Application for the Club Sports Council occurs annually with current council members making recommendations to the Club Sports Administration who then makes the final appointments.
The role of the Club Sports Council is to act as a liaison between all club sport organization members, Club Sports Administration, and other groups within Coastal Carolina University.
The purpose of the Club Sports Council is to advise and make recommendations to the Club Sports Administration on the following:
- Provide direction for the implementation of new policies and procedures;
- Provide a forum for club sport organizations to discuss concerns;
- Review and make recommendations on student organizations requesting affiliation with Club Sports;
- Plan, promote, and execute several special events throughout the year;
- Assist with promotional events for Club Sports;
- Review and recommend sanctions for club and/or individual member infractions to the Club Sports Administration;
- Provide nominations for club and individual member recognition awards; and
- Assist in hosting monthly training workshops.
Any club sport officer interested in being a member of the Club Sports Council should apply prior to the first Friday of April (see the Club Sports Calendar). Requirements to be a member of the council include, but are not limited to, being a current club sport officer, being in good academic standing, and maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
In the event the Club Sports Council does not continue from one year to the next, the roles and responsibilities of the council will be distributed among the Club Sports Administration.
If you feel that you may have an insight into an incident that may be considered hazing, please fill out the form below. This form is anonymous and your identity will be kept confidential. It will not be disclosed to the individuals or groups in question. However, please be advised that an anonymous report may not provide sufficient information to initiate an investigation. If you would like our office to contact you about the status of the investigation, please provide your contact information below for a follow-up. All information obtained will be used solely for this purpose. If you would prefer to speak with someone about this form and disclosing your identity, please feel free to call the Dean of Students Office at 843-349-4161.
Once a complaint has been received, the student will be contacted to address the alleged misconduct. Upon an investigation, appropriate action will be taken. Please know that you and the witnesses you identify in the report might be contacted for further information about the incident. Additionally, please note that university disciplinary records are protected by a federal privacy law called the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
If you have any questions regarding filing an incident report, please contact the Dean of Students Office at 843-349-4161.