The role of the Phi Sigma Pi Chapter President is one of great responsibility. It can also be quite rewarding. The following document is a guideline to help you have a successful term as the Chapter President.
According to the Phi Sigma Pi National Constitution, there are ten duties of the Chapter President. It should be noted, however, that this document is not all-inclusive for each chapter. These should be considered the minimum duties and your school/chapter may choose to assign further duties at their discretion.
About the Chapter President
According to Article XI, Section 5 of the Phi Sigma Pi National Constitution, The Chapter President shall:
- Preside at all meetings of the chapter
- Have removal power of all non-elected positions in the chapter subject to the approval of the Executive Board.
- Be recognized as the official representative of the Chapter
- Serve as the chairperson of the Executive Board
- Be responsible for advising the Secretary on all correspondence, in accordance with the Chapter.
- Call special meetings of the Chapter
- Prepare the agenda in consultation with the Executive Board.
- Be responsible for informing the Chapter about the national activities of Phi Sigma Pi.
- Be a voting Member of the Executive Board
- Serve as the Risk Management Advisor for the Chapter
- Presidential Responsibilities Defined
- Presidential Roundtable
- Being a Successful President
- Risk Management
- Parliamentary Procedure Cheat Sheet
- Order of Meeting
- Making a Motion
- Robert's Rules of Order, Newly Revised
- Officer Elections Guide
- Standard and Alternative Executive Board Positions
- Phi Sigma Pi Governing Documents(Brother log in required.)
- Miscellaneous Chapter Resources (Brother log in required)
- Forms (Brother log in required)
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