- Does your new group proposal have sufficient interest?
It is important to demonstrate that your new group proposal has interest of at least 15 or more people, either via a signed list or social media link to a social media platform such as Facebook or instagram.
Any social media pages should be relevant to your group idea at UOB.
- How to decide our new groups constitutional aims?
Aims should be based on things that you know your group could feasibly achieve.
You should also take into consideration any crossover that might occur in aims with other existing groups, and how your new group is distinctive.
- Who will make up your groups committee?
Your student group will need to have at least three committee members: a Chair, a Treasurer, and a Secretary.
When completing your new groups constitution however you will have the opportunity to add other committee member roles and responsibilities.
- How much should our group membership cost?
The minimum charge is £3 for student groups; religious and campaigning and fundraising groups can request to be free. Community Volunteering groups must not charge.
Deciding on a membership cost may depend on group running costs e.g. equipment, travel and resources. Most groups charge between £3-£5.
- What categories exist that my new group might fall under if approved?
Academic, Activity, Associations, Campaigning and Fundraising, Community Volunteering, Cultural, Interest and Appreciation, Media, Performance, Political, Recreational and Competitive, Religious, Medsoc.