FACULTY of Civil Law Student Council president Samantha Camitan said the student council is conducting a survey to determine whether the students want a student constitution.

The council could draft a constitution will start in January if survey showed a majority wanted a charter Camitan said.

With a constitution, there would be a standard list of qualifications for candidates to the student council, which Civil Law administrators dictate, Camitan said.

She complained the quotient point average requirement for student council hopefuls varies almost every year.

“If we have a constitution, there will be a fixed list of qualifications,” she said.

Camitan said having a constitution would also lead to the recognition of student organizations in the faculty by the Office for Student Affairs.

More student organizations would develop the students’ talents, Camitan said. April Dawn Jennifer C. Adriatico

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