Constituents include any member of the ASSOU living in housing or residence halls administered by University Housing or Family Housing. This Senator shall also attend meetings of the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and serve as a liaison between that body and ASSOU. This Senator shall also attend meetings of the RHA Area Councils and the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) when requested, and shall also sit as a member of the Housing Policy Committee of SOU.
2.1 A Senator must meet the minimum Qualifications for Office as defined in the ASSOU Constitution for their entire term of office.
2.2 A Senator must maintain a minimum of six academic credits to maintain status as an ASSOU Senator.
2.3 A Senator must be a member of their constituency as defined in the individual Senate seat description, or demonstrate a significant level of involvement and interest in a particular constituency.
2.6 Senators will be required to work at a designated location for at least two hours each week, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M. Monday through Friday.
2.7 Senators will be required to attend each meeting of the Senate held throughout the year.
2.8 Senators shall be required to serve on a minimum of three and a maximum of six committees.