Roanoke College

Article V

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Committees

Section 1. Standing Committees: As a resource for associated college offices and to advance the work of the Association there shall be four standing committees: (1) Admissions (2) Career Development & Alumni Networking 3) Events and 4) Roanoke Fund.

A. Membership: Committee members shall be appointed by the President from a group of persons selected by the Director of Development for consideration as committee members. Membership of the remaining standing committees shall consist of the chairpersons of the associated, equivalent committee for each Area Chapter (“Chapter”) and shall be appointed by the Executive Council. Committee members shall serve for a term of three years, concurrent with their tenure on the chapter committee.

B. Chairpersons: Chairpersons for each standing committee must be members of the Executive Council and shall be appointed by the President for a term of three-year and can be renewable.

Section 2. Special Standing Committee: There shall be two (2) special standing committees to advance the special work of the Association: (1) Hall of Fame, (2) Honor Guard. The chairperson for the Hall of Fame committee shall be selected by the Roanoke college Hall of Fame Selection Committee and the Roanoke College Director of Development shall select the chairpersons for the remaining special standing committees, which chairpersons are subject to the approval of the Executive Council. The President and the Director of Development shall appoint committee members. The chairpersons and members of these committees shall serve for a term of three (3) years.

Section 3. Ad-Hoc Committees: In addition to the standing committees, the Executive Council may be by majority vote of the total number of members of the Executive Council, establish such ad-hoc committees it deems necessary, to serve at the pleasure of the Executive Council.

Section 4. Resignation: Any committee member may resign at any time by giving written notice to the Executive Council, President or Secretary. Unless otherwise specified in such written notice, such resignation shall be effective upon receipt thereof by the Executive Council or such officer, and the acceptance of such resignation shall not be necessary to make it effective.

Section 5. Removal: Any committee member may be removed with or without cause at any time whenever the Executive Council in its absolute discretion shall consider that the best interests of the Association would be served.

Section 6. Vacancies: Any vacancy in any committee may be filled for by the affirmative vote of the Executive Council.