While each TRUSU Club may have a different structure or series of activities that they undertake throughout the year, all TRUSU Clubs are expected to comply with the broad policies set by both the Students’ Union and the University. These regulations provide a basic framework for the expectations and responsibilities of TRUSU Clubs. As a TRUSU Club Leader it is important that you review these policies to ensure that your club in is compliance with the guidelines. Violation of these policies by a club may result in sanctions or disciplinary action by council up to the dissolution of the club. The relevant policies are:
For a comprehensive listing of all TRUSU Policies check out the Policy Page
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Club Insurance Coverage
As entities of the TRU Students’ Union, all officially recognized TRUSU Clubs are covered under the general liability insurance of the TRU Students’ Union. This means that you can have your club meetings and events and know that you have been covered in the case of unforeseen events. In addition, this means that clubs must comply with the insurance policies and procedures of the Students’ Union to ensure that they do not nullify their coverage.
This includes standard regulations such as not serving alcohol and not hosting an event while intoxicated. If you have any questions about insurance coverage, please contact the Students’ Union by email.