Frequently Asked Questions
CHARTER APPLICATION / RECHARTERING
What information needs to be included in my roster?
For each member, please include
School Email Address
Year in School
Membership status (if applicable)
If your chapter distinguishes between voting and non voting members, please note that on your membership roster. If not, you can leave it blank.
PLEASE don't forget to include your executive committee in your membership roster! Anyone left off of the roster will be not be considered in delegate or resource allocation for your chapter.
What should be on my exec board list?
Your executive committee, executive board, or leadership team should include the following information for everyone in your chapter's leadership.
School Email Address
Preferred Email Address (if different)
Unique mailing address
Year in school
why do you need this information?
As a member of the College Republican National Committee, the official organization for college republicans, we are required to maintain records of all our chapters and their membership. This determines our national representation and resource allocation.
It also helps us help you. If you lose all your files, we have can help you relocate them by returning the information you submitted during rechartering.
Is there a cost to charter?
Nope! It's totally free. Unlike most national collegiate organizations, we don't charge a fee for a charter.
What is the letter of endorsement? / Where do I get it?
It's a letter from the GOP congressional district committee that endorses the CRFV granting you a new or renewed charter. I
t must include a clear statement of support, your chapter's name, and be dated current to this term.
Your CRFV Congressional District Representative will help you obtain it. If, however, you go to school in one of the districts with a vacant representative, reach out to Courtney or Ian and we'll help you get it!
Why isn't my file uploading?
Double check that you're submitting the correct type of file. Only PDF and Microsoft formats are supported. If you're still having trouble, reach out to email@example.com.
How can I appeal?
Appeals cannot be lodged until December 16. The process for appealing will be provided along with the decision on the charter. This will be sent by email to the person who submitted the charter.
When will i hear back?
Every effort will be made to process all rechartering applications in a timely manner; however, depending on the number of applications submitted, it may take some time to get through. Applications will be processed in the order they are submitted, so the earlier you submit, the earlier you will find out. We expect all decisions to be made and announced by December 20.
What if I made a mistake or need to change something?
That's not a problem. Until December 10, you can simply make changes and resubmit all your information to the form. Only the final submission for every chapter will be reviewed. After that time, please contact Courtney Britt directly to discuss making amendments to your submission.
How do i appeal the number of delegates I was assigned?
If you believe you were assigned the wrong number of delegates, you can submit an appeal here explaining why you think you deserve more or fewer delegates and how many you believe your chapter deserves. The credentials and executive committee will receive the appeal and will make a decision on it in a week.
when is the cut off for delegates to register?
You must register your delegates or have them register themselves no later than 14 days before convention.
where is it?
When is it?
February 1, 2020
who can go?
Anyone can attend convention. Only delegates will be permitted to vote. Check back for ticket pricing and information soon!
I am a candidate / have an organization, can I bring my materials or have a minute to talk to the attendees?
We would love for you to be a sponsor of our convention! Please contact Courtney Britt for sponsorship levels and more information.