Every Campus Minister is appointed and credentialed through the Office of the Chaplain and Religious Life and entitled to the privileges specificed by University Police Number SA-00-002 of the University Policy Manual.
Campus Ministry Council meets monthly on the first Tuesday, 2:00-3:00pm at the Neuhoff Catholic Student Center. These meetings are required of all credentialed professional campus ministers. Two or more absences of any recognized group will result in loss of CMC membership and jeopardize charter status.
All organizations participating in activity on campus will be required by Texas State Law SB1138 to complete Risk Management Training. These training sessions are to be attended by four organizational officers and advisor. An advisor is defined by law as anyone who leads and guides an organization and is not a student at SMU. For members of CMC, this means a credentialed professional minister plus four officers. For student-led communities the requirement will be the advisor of the group (staff/faculty) plus four officers or members. Failure to do so will result in termination of privilege to exist on campus.
Every professional campus minister is encouraged to take the TIPS - Training for Intervention Procedures program and the 'Because I Care' module offered by the Health Center's department of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention. Sign up and get more information.
If you park a vehicle on campus, you must have a parking permit. Campus ministers are responsible for their permits. Go to Park and Pony for more information.