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If you are just starting to think about forming a student conservation chapter of Audubon on campus please fill out this simple online form. We’ll use the information you provide to start helping you through the process.
Please check out our Campus Chapter Handbook – a step-by-step guide to forming your chapter, from recruiting members to drafting a constitution and developing programs.
Your college/university will most likely require you to draft a constitution for your chapter. Since Audubon, too, will require each chapter to submit this as part of the new-chapter-formation petition, we’ve provided an example here and guidance in the handbook.
Once you have worked through all of the steps outlined in the campus chapter handbook you can request formal approval to establish a new Audubon student conservation chapter. The application form can be found here.
We’re here to help you through this process. Please contact us with any questions or concerns at CampusChapters@audubon.org.
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