BSC Policy Wiki
The mission of the Berkeley Student Cooperative is to provide a quality, low-cost, cooperative housing community to university students, thereby providing an educational opportunity for students who might not otherwise be able to afford a university education.
- 1 Guiding Documents
- 2 Articles of Incorporation
- 3 By-Laws
- 4 Policy Directory
- 5 Personnel Code (PerCode)
- 6 Employee Association Contract
- 7 Employee Handbook
- 8 Appendix A: Information for Members
- 9 Appendix B: Member Programs
- 10 Appendix C: Information for Board Members and Student Executives
- 11 Appendix D: General Organizational Information
- 12 Appendix E: Job Descriptions
- 13 Policy Creation and Formatting Guide
- 14 Policy Changes By Semester
This document represents our relationship and defines our "identity" as a non-profit with the State of California. Changing these documents would represent a major shift in the nature and mission of the BSC, and would require approval from the State.
This document is our highest-level policy document, which lays down the fundamentals of our organization and how it functions. By-Laws do things like lay out what powers board and the committees and executive have, and define the way that our meetings and voting and things like that work. These also don’t change very often, and are designed to be relatively constant and somewhat abstract.
These is where the bulk of our actual policies are, and these are the ones that we typically change or add to on board. If you are creating a new policy, chances are it belongs in one of the sections of the Policy Directory. The policy directory is divided into seven sections, enumerated by roman numerals.
The Personnel Code is a set of policies governing our employment practices.
The contract that applies to members of the Employee Association.
This Employee Handbook applies to all regular employees in positions not restricted to BSC members.