EVERY STUDENT at TMCLS who is currently enrolled at the Auburn Hills Campus is a MEMBER of the AH-SBA. Members of the AH-SBA pay a STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE, collected by the school.
1. To establish and run such activities and associations as are deemed beneficial to its members and the school;
2. To promote academic, and social interaction among the students, faculty and administration of the school;
3. To develop mutual awareness and appreciation of the profession of law among the school and community at large; and
4. To promote professionalism among the students of Thomas M. Cooley Law School at Auburn Hills.
What is the SBA?
The governing body over student life at Thomas M. Cooley Law School. The SBA is composed of three elected or appointed bodies (the Executive Board, the Senate, and Committee Chairs) that:
Decide monetary issues
Represent the students' interests to the administration, AND
Administer official AH-SBA events.
Bylaws and Rules of Order
The SBA follows Robert's Rules of Order when conducting SBA meetings. Please click on the links below for a reference guide to Robert's Rules
Please contact the Parliamentarian for more information on the Bylaws and Robert's Rules of Order.
Let Your Voice Be Heard!
Attend the AH-SBA General Body Meetings and share your thoughts, concerns, and event ideas.