Dental Assisting Society Bylaws
Article I: Lamar Orange Dental Assisting Society (L.O.D.A.S)
Article II: Purpose
Section 1: To provide an organization to students interested in the field of dental assisting. Also to promote community leadership and academic excellence.
To stimulate interest in education and other dental related fields.To provide students with a component by which they might participate in LSC-O activities.To serve as tool of communication between LSC-O.
Article III: Membership
Section 1: Members are required to attend a minimum of TWO Student Government meetings per semester.
Section II: Membership is open to all current LSC-O Dental Assisting students.
Article IV: Officers, Duties & Terms
Section I: The officers of the organization is consisted of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Historian.
Section II: Officer Elections will be held each semester by majority vote who chose to do so.
President: Must preside over all meetings and has authority to call special meetings.
Vice President: Uphold the duties of the President in a leave of absence or at request of the President, and to represent the society to other student organizations.
Secretary: Records business discussed during the societies' meetings as well as provide the minutes.
Treasurer: Keep up-to-date records of all monetary transactions made by the society.
Historian: Photograph events that the society participates in.
Article V: Meetings
Section 1: Meetings of the society will be held weekly. The President will set the dates, time and place of the meetings at the beginning of the semester.
Section 2: All society officers and members are required to attend a majority of the meetings.
Article VI: Finances
Section 1: Financial expenditures of the organizations' money shall be authorized by a majority of members at a meeting previous to the expenditure.
Article VII: Amendments to the By-Laws
These by-laws may be changed (amended or repealed) at any regular or called meeting of the LSC-O LODAS. Proposed changes shall be presented in writing at a regular meeting. A majority vote of those present will be sufficient to approve changes and/or amendments.
Last Updated 10/24/2012