The French Club promotes the French language and French and Francophone cultures on campus. Our events are open to the entire campus community. We meet once a week for French Table. We play games in French and host crepe night once per semester. We also have an annual trip to Minneapolis/Saint Paul in order to dine at a French or Francophone restaurant & and see a French or Francophone movie or concert.
I Purpose: The purpose of our club is to promote French and Francophone culture on campus.
II Membership: Our membership is open to all Gustavus students, and anyone may attend our events even if they do not speak French and are not on our email alias.
III Officers: The French club is run on a democratic basis. There are either one or two Presidents. They are appointed, but still accountable to the members.
IV Meetings: The French Club does not require meetings. The leadership decides events with input from students. A formal meeting structure will only be put in place if the majority of members support one.
V. Finances: All unused money allocated to us by the Student Senate shall return to them.
VI. By-Laws: The president or Co-President introduces by-Laws. If students wish to have any insight into by-laws, they are welcome to make suggestions. If a matter is controversial, it can be voted on.
VII. Amendments: The President or Co-President introduces constitutional Amendments. If students wish to amend the constitution, they once again have input. Controversial issues can be voted on.