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Remember, UNSA can help you find and book a place on campus for you to hold your IGM or AGM!
At least 15 general members or 30% of members (whichever is lower) and 75% of the Executive Committee must be present to reach quorum – which must be met for your club to vote on anything.
If you have not reached quorum for your AGM by 30 minutes into the scheduled meeting time, the meeting must be adjourned for one week. At the subsequent meeting, if quorum is not met again, the members present will be considered enough to proceed with the business of the meeting.
You can still have a meeting without quorum (unless it’s an AGM or IGM), but no major voting decisions can be made.
General Meetings are called to discuss general business, allow members to vote on issues, and provide an update on the running of the club. At least 15 general members or 30% of members (whichever is lower) and 75% of the Executive Committee must be present to reach quorum. A club must give both UNSA and its members at least one weeks’ notice before a general meeting. Notice must include an agenda for the meeting and any accompanying documents to be presented.
Executive meetings are meetings of the Executive members only, and are held for the purposes of planning for the club, reviewing how things have been going throughout the year, and making decisions on behalf of the club. At least 50% of the Executive must be present to reach quorum.
During and after an IGM or AGM: