Bylaws & Policies
Constitution & Bylaws
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Membership in CSCA is open to anyone interested in furthering the mission and goals of CSCA. As such, CSCA encourages participation from all members, regardless of member sex, race, age, ethnicity, religion, marital status, sexual identity, health status, HIV status, physical ability, or mental ability. CSCA does not discriminate in hiring, electing, or appointing individuals based on any of the aforementioned characteristics.
CSCA Privacy Statement
CSCA is committed to protecting the privacy of its members. As such, CSCA does not sell or share its membership list with any agency, organization, or institution without the consent of the membership.
All deceased members of the Central States Communication Association will be accorded an acknowledgment of their death upon submission of the information by a colleague. Any information about the death of a member should be communicated to the Executive Director for consideration for publication in the CSCA newsletter. A few sentences describing the person’s history (date and place of birth, professional address and title) and professional accomplishments are appropriate. CSCA is not responsible for the content of the obituary. Extended obituaries may be distributed to memorialize any CSCA member who has served as president, executive director, or who is a member of the CSCA Hall of Fame upon the request of a current CSCA member.
Ad Hoc Committee Report
Job Advertisement Posting Policy
If you would like to advertise your position, please submit information using the online form. All listings appear for 60 days or until the position has been filled. A copy of each unique job advertisement will also be emailed to all CSCA members. Job advertisements cannot be emailed to interest groups, sections, or caucuses.
CSCA Departmental Members may advertise for free. For non-Departmental members the fee is $75.00.
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Questions? Please contact Kathie Cesa.