Article VII: Counseling and Advisory Service Organizations
Organizations listed in Article VII, Section 3 of these Bylaws shall be known as Counseling and Advisory Service (CAS) Organizations.
In order for a group to become a CAS Organization, it must meet all of the following criteria:
(a) The organization must perform counseling and/or advisory service to the Brandeis Community, which by its very nature causes membership to be restrictive and unavoidably selective.
(b) Member training must be necessary to participate in the organization.
(c) Members cannot profit financially in any manner from organization activity.
The following organizations are CAS Organizations, and are permitted to obtain Charter from the Senate:
(a) Brandeis Counseling and Rape Crisis Hotline (x6TALK)
(b) Queer Resource Center (QRC)
(c) Peers Education on Responsible Choices (PERC)
(d) Students Talking About Relationships (STAR)
(e) Student Sexuality Information Service (SSIS)
Should the Senate hold a vote concerning the eligibility of a CAS Organization, the Executive Senator must notify a member of the Executive Board of said organization at least four academic days before the vote.