Regular Member

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There are three distinct types of members of the EUS, as outlined in the Constitution. There are the inherent regular members of the society who are undergraduates enrolled in the faculty of engineering, there are honourary members, and there are associated members. All members of the EUS shall be obliged to conform to the EUS constitution, Bylaws and regulations.

Regular Members

The Regular Members of the EUS shall be all students currently registered at McGill University in an undergraduate program of the Faculty of Engineering, subject to payment of fees as prescribed in Article 4 of the EUS Constitution. Every Regular Member has the right to request of the Vice-President Clubs and Administration that a question be asked through a General Assembly or referendum of the EUS by submitting a petition bearing the signatures of the lesser of one hundred (100) or ten percent (10%) of the Regular Members of the EUS

Rights

  1. the right to vote in the EUS general elections, referenda and General Assemblies;
  2. the right to attend General Assemblies and Council meetings of the EUS;
  3. the right to move or second Motions at General Assemblies;
  4. the right to speak for or against any Motion at any General Assembly or Council meeting;
  5. the right to nominate candidates for EUS elections; and
  6. the right to initiate referenda or General Assemblies as per [[1]].

Privileges

  1. holding office within the EUS subject to the qualifications as specified by Title III;
  2. making use of EUS facilities and services;
  3. holding a Chief Organizing Position on an EUS Organizing Committee;
  4. holding a Managerial Position on an E.U.S Service Committee;
  5. being a member of a Standing, Select or Standing Selection Committee of the EUS; and
  6. starting an EUS Club, holding an executive position on an EUS Club, and being a member of an EUS Club.

Honourary Members

Honourary Members of the EUS may be appointed at the discretion of the EUS Council, but are not be considered Regular Members. This is all that is written about honourary members, there's nothing more regarding privileges, limitations, or implications.

Associated Members

Any former Regular Member of the EUS or current member of the McGill Community may become an 'Associated Member of the EUS, subject to ratification by the EUS Council.

Privileges

Associated members of the EUS are granted the following privileges:

  1. making use of EUS facilities and services;
  2. being a member of a Standing, Select or Standing Selection Committee of the EUS; and
  3. being a member of an EUS Organizing Committee as deemed appropriate by a Two-Thirds (2/3) Majority vote of EUS Council; and
  4. holding an executive position on an EUS Club and being a member of an EUS Club.