Section I: Dorm Elections
Subsection A: The Dorm Officers shall be residents of, and elected by their respective dorms.
Subsection B: Each spring, the Elections Board will coordinate the election of dorm presidents for the following academic year, in accordance with the Elections By-Laws.
Subsection C: The following positions: Green Ambassadors, Campus Safety Committee Representative, and Traditions representatives for each class, including Head Traditions Representative, shall be elected at the first dorm meeting, to be held by the end of the first week of classes, for a term of two semesters beginning immediately.
Section II: The Dorm Officers
Subsection A: The office of Dorm President may be held by two people.
Subsection B: The Dorm President shall represent their hall on Residence Council.
Subsection C: The Dorm President shall act as a liaison between Residence Council and the dorm.
Subsection D: The office of Green Ambassadors may be held by two people.
Subsection E: Green Ambassadors shall comprise the Green Ambassadors Committee, which shall be presided over by the Green Ambassadors Committee Head, to be appointed by the Appointments Committee.
Subsection F: Green Ambassadors shall oversee recycling in the dorms and other activities the committee undertakes.
Subsection G: The Curriculum Committee Representatives shall serve on the Student Curriculum Committee and any sub-committee thereof.
Subsection H: The Curriculum Committee Representatives shall act as a liaison between the Curriculum Committee and the Dorm.
Subsection I: The office of Campus Safety Committee Representative may be held by no more than two people at any one time.
Subsection J: The Campus Safety Committee Representative shall serve on the Student Campus Safety Council.
Subsection K: The Campus Safety Committee Representative shall serve as a liaison between the hall and the Campus Safety Committee.
Subsection L: The office of Sophomore Dorm Representative may be held by one, two, or three people.
Subsection M: The Sophomore Dorm Representative shall organize and direct all Traditions for the Dorm.
Subsection N: The Sophomore Dorm Representative shall serve on the Traditions Committee.
Subsection O: The office of First-Year Traditional Non-Transfer Student Representative may be held by three people.
Subsection P: The First-Year Traditional Non-Transfer Student Representative shall act as the Red Cross Bloodmobile liaison and shall serve as a standing member of the Bloodmobile Coordinating Committee.
Subsection Q: The responsibilities of the First-Year Traditional Non-Transfer Student Representative are general publicity within the dorm, participation in on-campus canvassing, and remain “on-call” for desk duty during Bryn Mawr College Bloodmobile hours. If the position of First-Year Traditional Non-Transfer Student Representative is held by more than one person the assignment of the aforementioned duties is to be left to the discretion of the Dorm President.
Subsection R: The office of Social Representative may be held by one or two people.
Subsection S: The Social Representative shall work with and help the Dorm Presidents in planning, organizing, and directing social activities for the dorm.
Subsection T: The Dorm President will attend and be a voting member of the SGA Assembly.