"You Can't Wait for Inspiration. You Have To Go After It With a Club"

Introduction

Students have a right to organize, join, and hold office in an association for their common interests. All NJIT Student Senate recognized and registered student organizations shall have access to NJIT facilities in accordance with NJIT policies.

Types of Organizations

Class Z Clubs

Class Z organizations are those which are political, selective, religious, athletic, charity based or proselytizing in nature. These organizations (as long as they are in “good standing”) receive the following:

    1. The right to request meeting space through the Campus Center
    2. Eligibility to apply for office space through the Student Organization Space Allocation Committee
    3. Eligibility to use Senate electronic media
    Class Y Clubs

    Class Y organizations are the majority of Senate organizations. Most newly created organizations fall under this classification since they are eligible to receive funding for events from the Senate. They include cultural, academic, and special interest organizations. These organizations (as long as they are in “good standing”) receive the following:

      1. All privileges granted to Class Z organizations.
      2. The right to request use of the Senate van provided all requirements listed in the NJIT Student Senate Standing Rules are met.
      3. The right to request photocopies of organization’s material provided all requirements listed in the NJIT Student Senate Standing Rules are met.
      4. The right to request a hearing before the Senate Finance Committee provided all requirements listed elsewhere in the NJIT Student Senate Standing Rules and Senate Constitution are met.
      5. Mailing privileges for organization correspondence
      6. The right to request office supplies through the Recording Secretary
      7. Free advertising in the Vector
      8. Ability to submit live sound requests to WJTB Radio Club
      9. The right to receive up to two plaques for "End-Of-Year" awards through the VPA. 
      10. Senate telephone privileges
      Class X Clubs
      1. Class X organizations are those which are chartered by the Senate to serve the entire NJIT community. The traditional Class X organizations are the Student Activities Council (SAC), the Vector (student newspaper), the Nucleus (school yearbook), and the NJIT Broadcasting Association (WJTB). These organizations (as long as they are in “good standing”) receive the following:
        1. All privileges granted to Class Y organizations.
        2. A budget from the Student Senate
        3. Priority for Office Space through the Student Organization Space Allocation Committee.