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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Diagram Of Organization Of University Council
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This is a chart showing the new organization of the University Council with respect to the activities and
conduct of students in general. The complete lines from student groups show the normal channels that may
be followed in any related affairs, while the dotted lines show possible courses to be used only in unusual
circumstances.

to be employed for misconduct gen-
erally. On April 16 the Committee on
Student Relations made certain rec-
cmmendations pertaining to these
two topics but the Council again re-
committeed the report.
New Proposals
After its report of April 16 was re-
committeed, the Committee on Stu-
dent Relations decided to reconsider
the whole matter affecting the or-
ganization and administration of stu-
dent affairs and bring in a unified
report covering all questions referred
to it. It, therefore, presents here-
with an organization chart (together
with explanations thereof) showing
a proposed plan for dealing with
student affairs of all kinds. The
scheme takes cognizance of suchrmat-
ters as student organizations, student
conduct, student counseling, student
discipline, and student relationships
generally.
By means of the chart the Com-
mittee on Student Relations seeks
to picture the channels of communi-
cation from student committees and
to indicate the agencies for the ad-
ministration of student affairs. It
is suggested that student commit-
tees be organized by the students
themselves and that these commit-
tees function through 4 Men's Coun-
cil in the case of men and the Mich-
igan League Council in the case of
women. The details of these organ-
izations are to be left to the initiative
of the students.
Functions Of Dean
The center of the chart shows the
set-up for faculty administration of
student affairs. The Dean of Stu-
dents acts as friend, counselor and
guide to the student body and has
general oversight of its welfare, and
of its several activities. He is charged,
among other duties, with the re-
sponsibility for student loans, em-
employment for men students, au-
diting student organizations, housing
of men, the administration of the
automobile regulations and of the
eligibility rules for participation in
non-athletic activities and member-
ship in fraternities, and for counsel-
ing with individuals, fraternities, and
other student groups.
Jointly with the Dean of Women,
the Dean of Students is to have gen-
eral supervision of the Adviser to
Foreign Students and the Counselor
to New Students. The D e a n of
Women has general charge of the in-
terests of all women students. She is
recognized as the representative of
the University in all matters related
to the conduct, social life, and the
self-government organization of the
women students. Cases of serious
discipline of women students are
handled by the Dean of Women ac-
ting in conference with the President
of the University and the Dean of
the College in which the student in-
volved is registered. She may refer

specific cases of discipline to the Uni-
versity Committee on Student Con-
duct, if she so desires. (See second
paragraph below.)
It is proposed that" the name Sen-
ate Committee on Student Affairs be
changed to University Committee on
Student Affairs, and that the mem-
bership and functions of the Com-
mittee remain as at present. This
committee is to report annually to
the University Council.
It is proposed that the name of the
University Committee on Discipline
be changed to the University Com-
mittee on Student Conduct. The
membership of the new Committee
shall be (1) three Senate Members
chosen by the President for rotating
terms of three years, (2) the Deans
or Directors of the several schools
and colleges, or their designated rep-
resentatives, (3) the Dean of Stu-
dents, and (4) the Dean of Women.
The Dean of Students is to be chair-
man. Annual reports are to be made
to the University Council.
The Committee on Student Con-
duct shall be charged with the task
of formulating and interpreting prin-
ciples of conduct which shall be en-
forced by the Committee in such a
manner as to protect the University
from unwarranted criticism and to
promote the welfare of the student
body. The Committee may set up a
sub-committee to handle cases of
discipline falling within its jurisdic-
tion. This sub-committee on disc-
pline shall exercise its own discretion
in the choice of penalties to be en-
forced and its decisions shall be final,
but the President of the University
shall be consulted (whenever prac-
ticable) before any final action is
taken in suspension or expulsion.
The disciplinary procedure in the
several schools and colleges shall re-
main as at present. The Committee
on Student Conduct shall have juris-
diction over all cases of discipline in-
volving (1) individual students from
more than one school or college,
(2) those involving organized groups,
and (3) any other cases which the
disciplinary authorities may refer to
it.
Obviously, t h i s Committee can
function successfully only when it
has the full cooperation of individ-
ual members of the Faculty. To this
end members are invited to offer
constructive suggestions for the con-
sideration of the Committee and, as
cases calling for investigation come
to their attention, to report them to
the Committee.
Two New Committees
Other matters which have come
before the Standing Committee on
Student Relations are herewith for-
mulated into the, following resolu-
tions :
1. RESOLVED, that the University
Council authorize the President to
appoint an Advisory Committee on

S.C.A. Group Sends
Delegation To Camp
Five delegates representing the Uni-
versity will be sent to Camp Ohiyesa
at Clyde, Michigan, from May 18 to
20 by the Student Christian Associa-
tion, where the annual Officers Train-
ing Camp for all Student Christian
organizations of Michigan colleges,
will be held.
The Michigan delegation will be
made up of Sherwood A. Messner, '34,
Russell F. Anderson, '36, Irving F.
Levitt, '36, Walter Pleiss, Jr., '37, Gor-
don F. Stowe, '35, and Dr. E. W.
Blakeman, counsellor of religion, rep-
resenting the Student Christian As-
sociation. The University Outdoor
Club will send William W. Illife, '35,
as their representative. Jule Ayers,
former president of the S.C.A. will
also go.
The purpose of the camp is for stu-
dent training in leadership and how to
aid camp problems.
Foreign Students and to designate
its chairman. It shall be the duty of
this committee to advise with the
Dean of Students, the Dean of
Women, and the Advisor to Foreign
Students relative to the work among
foreign students and to report an-
nually to the University Council.
2. RESOLVED, that the Univer-
sity Council authorize the President
to appoint a Special Committee on
Orientation Week, with a member-
of five. It shall be the duty of this
committee to study orientation week
and report its recommendations to
the University Council.
Louis A. Hopkins,
Secretary of the University
Council.
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