Article Ⅷ. Amendments

Section 1.
Section 2.
Section 3.
Section 4.


Section 1.

Amendments to or revisions of this constitution, with the exception of Article Ⅴ, consistent with the policies, procedures, and bylaws of the College may be proposed by a vote of two-thirds of the Student Senate and shall become effective when ratified by a majority ballot vote of the student body within one month of the proposal.

Section 2.

All amendments concerning Article Ⅴ [The Judiciary] of this Consitution consistent with the policies, procedures, and bylaws of the College must be proposed by a combined vote of two-thirds of the combined membership of the Student Court and Student Senate, and shall become effective when ratified by a majority ballot vote of the student body within one month of the proposal. (Article Ⅶ, Student Government Constitution: rev. 4-21-04)

Section 3.

All amendments concerning Article Ⅵ [College Activities] of this Constitution consistent with the policies, procedures, and bylaws of the College must be proposed by a combined vote of two-thirds of the combined membership of the College Activities Council and Student Senate, and shall become effective when ratified by a majority ballot vote of the student body within one month of the proposal.

Section 4.

All amendments concerning both Article Ⅴ [The Judiciary] and Article Ⅵ [College Activities] of this Constitution consistent with the policies, procedures, and bylaws of the College must be proposed by a combined vote of two-thirds of the combined membership of the Student Court, College Activities Council, and Student Senate, and shall become effective when ratified by a majority ballot vote of the student body within one month of the proposal. (Article Ⅶ, Student Government Constitution: rev. 4-21-04).

Adopted March, 1972