- Computing Resources Policy
- This document outlines proper usage of the computing resources provided to Engineering Council committees and member societies. The document is not intended as a specific set of rules, but rather as a general description of what is acceptable. Users are responsible for understanding and applying this policy as well as basic rules of computer etiquette. By using Engineering Council computer resources, a user is agreeing that he/she is familiar with and accepts this policy as the document governing usage of Engineering Council electronic resources.
- Engineering Council Constitution and Bylaws
- The constitution and bylaws are the governing documents of Engineering Council. Member societies should pay particular attention to bylaws section 300, which outlines society obligations to Engineering Council.
- Funding Policy
- Societies are allowed to apply for one individual program fund, one joint program fund (for programs conducted in conjunction with other societies), and one conference fund per semester.
- Volunteer Requirements
- For a society to remain in good standing, they must complete volunteer requirements through Engineering Council. There are two ways to do this:
1. Send one host to the Student Introduction to Engineering Program (SITE, site.ec.uiuc.edu), and volunteer for 2 hours at Engineering Open House (eoh.ec.uiuc.edu).
2. Volunteer for 4 hours at Engineering Open House.
Each of these programs tracks their own volunteer hours, and the information will be compiled at the end of March. If you have questions about the requirements, you may contact Rob Grzyb at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about the individual programs should be directed to the websites listed above.