Risk Management Programs for Student Organizations

Mandatory Attendance

Report at Meeting

Program Content

  1. Possession and use of alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs, including penalties that may be imposed for possession or use;
  2. Hazing;
  3. Sexual abuse and harassment;
  4. Fire and other safety issues, including the possession and use of a firearm or other weapon or of an explosive device;
  5. Travel to a destination outside the area in which the institution is located;
  6. Behavior at parties and other events held by a student organization;
  7. Adoption by a student organization of a risk management policy; and
  8. Issues regarding persons with disabilities, including a review of applicable requirements of federal and state law, and any related policies of the institution, for providing reasonable accommodations and modifications to address the needs of students with disabilities, including access to the activities of the student organization.

Notice and Attendance

Overdose Awareness and Response Training


Discrimination on the Basis of Disability


Sales Tax Exemption

  1. Sells the items at a sale that may last for one day only and the primary purpose of which is to raise funds for the organization; and
  2. Holds not more than one sale described above each month for which the exemption is claimed for an item sold.

To Qualify

  1. Is affiliated with an institution of higher education or a private or independent college or university that is located in this state and that is accredited by a recognized accrediting agency;
  2. Has as its primary purpose a purpose other than engaging in business or performing an activity designed to make a profit; and
  3. Files a certification with the comptroller as described below.

Use Tax Exemption



Blinn College



DATE ISSUED: 12/16/2019