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Third Year Class President - Responsibilities and Duties

The Third Year Class President Shall...

  • Serve as the spokesperson for the 3rd year student body and be responsible for the proper communication between the Medical Student Council and the 3rd year class.
  • Organize Class Officer meetings at least once a month and ensure the presence of the other 2nd year class officers at the monthly MSC meetings (please see the announcements page on this website for dates of the MSC meetings).
  • Coordinate production and distribution of the Clinical Pearls clerkship assistance guide.

In addition to these responsibilities all 3rd year officers shall...

  • Assist with the events sponsored by the Medical Student Council, including elections.

Third Year Class Social Chairperson - Responsibilities and Duties

The Third Year Class Social Chairperson Shall...

  • Organize periodic social functions for the third year class.
  • Work with the other class social chairpersons to organize social functions that encourage participation of the entire Medical Student Body.
  • Work with the third year class treasurer to ensure fiscal responsibility in the development of and payment for social events.

In addition to these responsibilities all 3rd year officers shall...

  • Assist with the events sponsored by the Medical Student Council, including elections.

Third Year Class Treasurer - Responsibilities and Duties

The Third Year Class Treasurer Shall...

  • Be responsible for the 3rd year class funds.
  • Prepare a budget for each semester/year and maintain the class ledger in a timely fashion for class review.
  • Serve as a member of the Audit and Finance Committee.

In addition to these responsibilities all 3rd year officers shall...

  • Assist with the events sponsored by the Medical Student Council, including elections.

Third Year Class Vice President - Responsibilities and Duties

The Third Year Class Vice President Shall...

  • Assist the President with the administrative duties of the class.
  • Assist the Medical Student Council Vice-President in organizing interview day for Dean and MSC-appointed positions.
  • Serve as the spokesperson for the 3nd year student body in the absence of the president.
  • Assist the president with organizing Class Officer meetings at least once a month and ensure the presence of the other 3rd year class officers at the monthly MSC meetings (please see the announcements page on this website for dates of the MSC meetings).
  • Assume the duties of President should the President be elected to another voting position on the Medical Student Council or be unable to fulfill his or her duties for any reason.

In addition to these responsibilities all 3rd year officers shall...

  • Assist with the events sponsored by the Medical Student Council, including elections.

Third Year Council Entity Description

The purpose of the Class Council and its Officers

The Class Officers serve as the direct liaison between the Medical Student Council and the roughly 300 students in their class. All student concerns are brought to the Class Officers which are then brought before the Medical Student Council. The MSC deliberates the actions to be taken to address the concern of the student(s) in the class.

Members of the administration may request meetings with the class officers regarding issues that effect one class more than others. When matters extend across classes, the MSC officers become the representative body that meets with the administration.

Responsibilities of the Class Officers

President

Vice President

Treasurer

Social Chairperson(s)

Third Year Officers - Eligibility and Elections

Election of Third Year Class Officers

Candidates to become Class Officers may be any medical student in good standing within the same class year as the position sought.

Candidates for Class Officer positions must submit a written platform for candidacy to the President of the fourth year class.  Platforms must be received by the deadline prescribed by the fourth year class President.  The fourth year class President shall then make these platforms public, either online or in a public place within the Medical Science Building or Daly Center.  Elections shall be held online so as to allow students from all regional medical education centers to participate.

All members in good standing within the class may cast one vote per office for eligible candidates for Class Officer within their own class year.  Candidates themselves are granted the same privileges to vote in class elections.

Should a class officer be elected to another position with voting privileges within the Medical Student Council, he or she must step down from his or her current position before assuming the rights and responsibilities of the newly elected position.  No officer may hold two voting positions within the Medical Student Council at one time.

The offices of Class President, Vice President, and Treasurer may only be occupied by one individual at a time.  The office of Social Chairperson may be held by either one individual or two individuals simultaneously, though only one social chairperson will be granted voting privileges at Medical Student Council meetings.

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