ASUCC Bylaws

Article XI—Removal from Office

Any ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC club representative may be dismissed from office for the following:

  1. Failure to maintain the responsibilities, duties, and/or minimum qualifications of his/her office.
  2. Failure to follow the policies and procedures outlined in any of the ASUCC documents and applicable UCC documents.
  3. Abuse of power of office.
  4. If found by the UCC Vice President for Student Development to have committed a violation of the Student Code of Conduct.

Removal of an ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC club representative from a position may be initiated through a recall, through action taken by the ASUCC Executive Council, or result from the performance review process.

Section 1—Recall

Recall procedures shall be set forth in the ASUCC Constitution.

Section 2—Probation

  1. Academic Probation
    1. Any ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC club representative who fails to meet the academic requirements specified in the ASUCC Constitution and Bylaws shall be placed on academic probation.
    2. The ASUCC officer or senator placed on probation shall receive verbal notification of the probation from either the ASUCC President or the ASUCC Advisor.
    3. The probationary period shall last for a period of one (1) quarter.
    4. The probationary period shall be served the quarter immediately following the quarter in which the requirements were not met.
    5. At the end of the probationary period the ASUCC President or ASUCC Vice President shall remove the probationary status or present to the ASUCC Student Leadership Team a recommendation for the dismissal of the officer or senator on probation.
    6. The ASUCC Student Leadership Team must make a decision within two (2) weeks after the recommendation is received; failure to do so will result in the ASUCC President or ASUCC Vice President’s original recommendation becoming binding on the ASUCC Student Leadership Team.
    7. No ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC club representative shall serve more than one (1) probationary period in an academic year.
  2. Performance Probation
    1. Review of the performance of an ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC club representative will be handled through the process outlined in the ASUCC Performance Review Handbook.
    2. No ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC club representative shall serve more than one (1) probationary period in an academic year.

Section 3—Suspension

All ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC club representative suspensions will be handled under the process outlined in the ASUCC Performance Review Handbook.

The ASUCC Student Leadership Team may, based upon a recommendation from an ASUCC Student Leadership Team member, vote to suspend, without pay, an ASUCC officer or ASUCC senator pending the outcome of an investigation pertaining to a violation of the Student Code of Conduct. The decision to suspend an ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC Club Representative must be approved by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the ASUCC Student Leadership Team.

Section 4—Dismissal

All ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator and ASUCC club representative dismissals will be handled under the process outlined in the ASUCC Performance Review Handbook.

The ASUCC Student Leadership Team may vote to dismiss, without pay, an ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC club representative found to have violated the Student Code of Conduct. The decision to dismiss an ASUCC officer, ASUCC senator or ASUCC club representative must be approved by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the ASUCC Student Leadership Team.