Student Organization In-Person Off-Campus Events Policy All students hosting student organization or other school-sponsored events must comply with the law and local public health guidance. This policy governs student organization events. Read the Policy Virtual Room Reservation Reserve your virtual event space via the Loyola Law School reservation form. Publicize Your Event through the Calendar Remember to add your program to the Loyola Law School Events Calendar. The Office of Student Affairs provides guidance and support to Loyola Law School student organizations. The Student Organization Handbook is a helpful guide that details requirements and resources for student organizations. Student Organization Handbook Student Organization Orientation & Requirements Student Organization Orientation & Requirements At the start of each academic year, the Office of Student Affairs hosts a Student Organization Orientation. The Office of Student Affairs will send emails about the day and time of the orientation sessions in the weeks before the start of the Fall semester. Attendance is required for the following board members from each student organization: President/Co-President, Vice President/Co-Vice President, or Chair/Co-Chair Treasurer Additionally, student organizations must complete the following requirements: Submit a Disclosure Statement. Email a copy of the Student Organization Constitution (by-laws optional) to email@example.com. Fall 2020 Student Organization Orientation The video recording from the Fall 2020 Student Organization Orientation on August 26, 2020 is now available. Click the image below to watch the recording. Student Organization Webpage and Website Student Organization Webpage and Website The Office of Student Affairs maintains a list of active student organizations on its website, each one linking to a dedicated lls.edu webpage. The webpage includes a description of the student group, an email address, and, if preferable, a link to a student organization's website. If you wish to include a link to your website on your lls.edu student organization webpage, please email the web address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon review and approval, the Office of Student Affairs will add the link to your lls.edu student organization webpage. Keep in mind that the Law School’s website is designed to present the institution to the outside community, including prospective applicants. For this reason, the Office of Student Affairs will review each student organization's website periodically to ensure it remains up to date and to discuss any concerns regarding the website's content. The Law School reserves the right to deactivate the link on the Law School's website to a student organization's website if the content is determined to be outdated or inappropriate. Information Technology Services (ITS) currently has limited resources available to assist student organizations to set up a website. You may set up your own website without assistance from the Law School. Rules & Disclaimer Student organization websites must abide by the following rules: Keep the website current. Adhere to the Loyola Law School Acceptable Use Policy. Comply with copyright limitations, particularly in regards to the use of Law School logos, photographs, graphics, etc. In addition, the website must make visible the following disclaimer language on its homepage (disclaimers like these are usually posted at the bottom of the homepage): This is not an official Loyola Law School website, and Loyola Law School does not offer, endorse, recommend or guarantee these products or services. The organization and its website provider are responsible for the content and system availability of this website. Disclaimers Disclaimers In addition to the website disclaimer detailed above, student organizations must include the following disclaimers when applicable. On-Campus Events All student organization communications (i.e., notices, advertisements, flyers, emails, etc.) for ON-campus events must include the following disclaimer language: Loyola Law School provides a forum for the dissemination of diverse viewpoints to promote the examination of important academic and social issues. This does not mean that Loyola Law School endorses those viewpoints. Off-Campus Events All student organization communications (i.e., notices, advertisements, flyers, emails, etc.) for OFF-campus events must include the following disclaimer language: This event is not sponsored by Loyola Law School, which disclaims all responsibility for matters associated with this event.