Modify Marshall- College sudent group | Page 2 | General Discussion | Forum
June 2, 2014
Ascetic Athlete said
Thanks for all of the input.
The GPA requirement at Marshall is 2.25 to be in a student group. I think what I'm going to implement is you must have a 2.25 to become a member but then you are expected to work toward a 3.0 each semester, basically I want to see improvement each semester you are involved with the group.
As far as application goes, I've modeled the form heavily after the CoBM's minister application form. SasQuatch9585 brought up a good point that everyone might not be doing it for spiritual reasons so i do need to modify that portion more. Nonetheless it will be students who are scholarly, reputable, and have their mods for more than a "cool thing to do".
I'll check out the piercing bible, I've been meaning to anyways. Another excellent resource is Modern Primitives. I highly recommend checking it out if you haven't done so already, its helped educate me on a ton of things.
I plan on setting up an information table at the student center at least on a monthly basis as well as sending out campus wide emails at least once a semester.
Something else that is cool is the Student Activities Board gives $500 a semester to student groups who are recognized by Marshall. There's a ton of paperwork that has to be done, membership records have to be provided, a constitution has to be in place, etc. What do you guys think would be a good investment for this money once I get it that far?
I don't mean to sound as stupid as I feel, but when you say Marshall, where are you talking about? (as in city state)
June 2, 2016
For the application process:
An essay of at least 100 words describing what body modification means to them. As this group will not be an arm of CoBM, I don't see a need for there to be a spiritual aspect for your members. However, if I were starting the group I would want it to consist of people who looked at it as more than "something to fit in with the cool crowd".
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