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Governing Documents

The Brooks House Constitution is the supreme governing document of Brooks College House. It establishes the House Government by creating the House Congress, which consists of the Executive Board and the General Assembly, as well as associated committees, and provides guidelines for elections.
 
The House Constitution was drafted at the inception of the College House System at Franklin & Marshall in 2005 and was most recently amended during the current session of the House Congress.
 
Please contact , the current Brooks House Judicial Chair and Chief Justice of the House Court, with any questions. 
  • Brooks College House Constitution
  • The Constitution is the highest governing document of Brooks College House. It establishes the Brooks House Congress and the House Court and lays out all general procedures for House governance. (Updated 9/13)

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  • The Brooks House Constitution is the supreme governing document of Brooks College House. It establishes the House Government by creating the House Congress, which consists of the Executive Board and the General Assembly, as well as associated committees, and provides guidelines for elections.

    The House Constitution was drafted at the inception of the College House System at Franklin & Marshall in 2005 and was most recently amended during the current session of the House Congress.

    Downloadable versions of the Constitution, recent amendments, and Brooks College House Judicial Procedures and Guidelines can be found below. 

    Please contact Brady Roberts '14, the current Brooks House Judicial Chair and Chief Justice of the House Court, with any questions. 

  • Brooks College House Judicial Procedures and Guidelines
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