I feel like I’ve been hit by a train, but as scary as it was, it went really well! It really pays to be prepared. Basically, we talked over the constitution and the realities of the club, discussed issues that might come up and issues that should, and then I got a ton of information about next steps. What a whirlwind! Bottom line, though… WE’RE prettymuchalmost AN OFFICIAL ORGANIZATION!!! YAY!!!
So. I know this is short notice, but we need to present at the Club Sports Federation meeting on November 1st. This is the best way to ensure that we get funding next year (when we’ll need it the most for IQA competitions). I’m currently working on the checklist Colleen gave me to complete to officialize our team through SAO, but if we want to compete in IQA as the “Indiana Univeristy Quidditch” team, we have to be registered through CSF. This does require slightly stricter rules, but I think the payoff is worth it.
Then we can go enjoy the World Cup and network the heck outta those IQA peeps! When we get home, we’ll worry about actually getting a team together.
(But again, YAY! We’re prettymuchalmost SAO official!!!)