Clubs within the EUS are collectively under the portfolio of the VP Clubs & Admin
What makes a club different than a committee, design team, other?
- Clubs are different from committees in that their mandate is not directly to support the purpose of EUS; that is to say that clubs can operate within their own vision.
- Clubs are often a chapter of a national branch; for example NOBE, EWB, and NSBE are all McGill specific chapters within a larger national, or even international organization.
- Clubs have their own space, currently known as Clubs Hub
- Clubs are held accountable explicitly by the VP Clubs & Admin and the Clubs Council, and is represented by the Clubs Rep who sits on the EUS Council.
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The Following is a document outlining all the powers and duties of the EUS Executive Committee as outlined in the EUS Constitution, EUS Bylaws and EUS Policies, as amended in September of 2016.