The first step to getting your campus organized is to locate other students who are sympathetic to the union cause, goals, and vision and form a Branch. Branches are constituted by a minimum of 5 members in good standing within a department of a university, and may be constituted through the adoption of bylaws consistent with the constitution of FSU after 2 monthly meetings. Where insufficient individuals exist to form a branch, a local organizing committee may be founded of 5 individuals seeking to build branches for the purposes of organizing students collectively. If you don’t know where to begin or who to talk to, start with your friends and classmates. Engaging people in your department around common problems allows you to build the power needed to make liberatory change. It is also worthwhile to check for others organizing in other departments at your university for ideas. If you do not see your university listed on this website contact the General Secretary for potential allies in your area.


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