If a club fails to complete any of these three tasks, they risk being deemed inactive and losing Club Status, as per the Internal Regulations of Student Groups. A complete list of status and administrative sanctions can be found in the Club Processes document.
Club workshops and the Service Summit are usually held the first week of November. It is required that these workshops are attended by two executives of your club in order to maintain SSMU Full Status clubs.
If you missed the club workshop, please contact the Club Administrator to schedule a one-on-one make up meeting.
No late applications will be accepted, and late applications will result in an audit score of zero. Please submit at least a few hours before the deadline in case of any potential server issues. Note that both the Club Audit Form and your original receipts must be submitted online before the deadline in order for your Club Audit to be considered submitted.
Your overall weighted audit scores will have the following results:
|Overall weighted audit score||Results|
Please note that the SSMU Club Auditor may contact you for additional questions regarding your internal control, compliance, unusual transactions and/or signs of fraud. It is your responsibility to ensure that you disclose all relevant and accurate information. Failure to do so will result in appropriate sanctions.
The club audit score is also a top criterion used by the Funding Committee to allocate funds to clubs throughout the year, and so not submitting a Club Audit, or receiving a low audit score, may have a negative impact on your club’s future funding applications.
If you have any questions, please contact the Club Auditor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Audit form
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