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This year, re-registration will be facilitated through HornsLink. Annual re-registration will be open Tuesday, April 8, 2014, through Tuesday, April 22, 2014. RSOs/SSOs that have not re-registered by the deadline will be made inactive.

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Texas Secular Humanists - 4104

Registration Information

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Organization Number: 4104

First Registered On: 08-13-2007

Last Registered On: 04-12-2013

Organization Information

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Status: Active

Purpose: As UT Austin's first non-prophet non-profit, Texas Secular Humanists promotes the values of secular humanism on campus and in the Austin community. Though we have weekly social events, we are first and foremost a service organization; we volunteer regularly at local shelters, raise money for humane causes, and host talks on important human issues (e.g., human rights, gender equality, secular ethics).

Membership: Open to all students, faculty, and staff. There are no mandatory dues. TSH does not discriminate on the basis of gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, race, or disability.

Functions: As secularists, we serve UT's non-religious students; as humanists, we serve the entire community. Texas Secular Humanists meets Tuesdays at 7:00 PM in Parlin 204. Meetings usually begin with a "Humanist of the Week" presentation, given by a member who has volunteered earlier in the semester. After small-group discussions, we then spend some time planning service projects and social events. Once that's over -- usually around 8:00 PM -- we head to Fuzzy's Tacos for dinner and refreshments. (Also known as TSH After Hours!) Sign up to our listserv, like us on Facebook, or stop by our meetings if you'd like to get involved with our community service events!

Organization Type: Social

Contact Information

Phone: (214) 538-1653

E-mail: texashumanists@gmail.com

Web site: http://www.facebook.com/texashumanists

Representatives: (Name, Title)

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Michael Hahn, Vice President
Andrew Coulter, President
Rodolfo Corona , Treasurer
Tempeste Wallace, Media Officer
Kori Morris, Outreach Officer
Ella Watkins, Community Service Officer
Emily Collins, Freshman Representative

Campus Office Address: 414

 

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Each year, registered student organizations self-identify according to the following twelve categories:

  1. Educational/Departmental Organizations promote development in a particular academic area.
  2. Honorary Organizations recognize high-level academic achievement, and generally require a demonstrated interest in a particular career or academic discipline.
  3. International/Cultural Organizations foster cultural diversity and offer support to their members and the campus community.
  4. Legislative Student Organizations Graduate Student Assembly, Senate of College Councils and Student Government.
  5. Political Organizations support political parties, political issues and/or candidates who are seeking political office.
  6. Professional Organizations provide a preview of students' anticipated professional careers. Group activities may include speakers, field trips and volunteer or field work.
  7. Recreational Organizations promote sports-oriented programs and/or recreational activities.
  8. Religious Organizations serve as support for students of a particular religious persuasion or denomination.
  9. Service Organizations provide volunteers for on-campus and off-campus projects. Membership requirements generally include a commitment to work for and/or an interest in a particular cause.
  10. Social Organizations foster social networks among members.
  11. Special Interest Organizations focus on a specific issue or topic.
  12. Student Governance Organizations address student needs and express student views.