Here is a simple guide on how to use EDOG, courtesy of Mr. Greg Swanson–Administrative Officer, Dean of Students. You can find out how to log-in and view additional information about how to navigate your organization’s account.
Here is a similar breakdown of how to use E-DOG and why it is important to do so. For those who like visual aid tutorials, this resource is especially relevant to you.
To reserve Student Center(s) or Academic Building rooms contact The Office of Reservations and Events. You can make online reservations or call their office during regular business hours. CLICK HERE for the website or call 322-4488.
Prepare for the future by preparing today. Here are some tools that may be of use to incoming officers. Resources include: officer transitions tips, visual mapping and goal setting, advisor/advisee relationship, and how to motivate team members.
Vanderbilt has a policy relating to working with minors, or those under the age of 18. In 2013, Vanderbilt executive administration approved the Protection of Minors policy. The policy applies to anyone working or volunteering their time with children under 18 (minors) in programs sponsored by Vanderbilt.
There are three parts that you will need to know as a VU student if you work or volunteer with any VU sponsored program that includes minors that are not with a parent/guardian. The policy requires you to:
Find the PowerPoint from the training here: OACS Presentation: Risk Management
All student service organizations who intend to travel internationally during break periods must check to see if the destination country is on the US State Department’s website of countries receiving a travel warning. If the country is on this list, the student organization will need to file through SARAC (Study Abroad Risk Assessment Committee), requesting permission to travel to the country in question.