|Junior Senator Program Established
The Student Government Association shall hereby have a Junior Senator Program, with its processes and eligibility defined here:
A. Students in their first semester at East Tennessee University or students that have surpassed their first semester and have applied for an un-vacant Senate seat will be eligible for the Junior Senator Program.
B. The Secretary of Interior shall oversee the Junior Senator Program.
C. Junior Senators will not be required to attend Senate meetings, but attendance will be highly beneficial. At Senate meetings, Junior Senators will learn parliamentary procedure, the BUC FUND process, and other essential elements of the governing process via student government.
D. Junior Senators will not be allowed to vote in Senate meetings or in standing Senate committee meetings.
E. Junior Senators shall reserve the right among themselves to introduce their own legislation and vote upon such legislation in the same manner that is outlined in this Constitution. All legislation passed by the Junior Senate, including bills, acts, and resolutions, shall be non-binding, shall have no power of law, but shall be sent to the Student Government Association Senate for consideration and possible passage into law.
F. Prior Junior Senator status will not be required to gain a Senate seat.
G. Junior Senator guidelines shall be established for approval by the Senate.