Amendments to the Constitution of the Campus Assembly must be considered in both the Academic Senate and the House of Delegates and require an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, providing that a quorum is present in both the Academic Senate and the House of Delegates. A proposed amendment may be offered by any member of the Academic Senate or House of Delegates, or by any committees of these bodies. Proposed amendments will be considered only during the regular nine-month academic year (September through May). No vote can be taken upon a proposed amendment until it has been submitted to the agenda committees of both the Academic Senate and the House of Delegates and published as part of the agenda for two consecutive meetings of these bodies. All proposed amendments must be in written form when placed on the agendas. Any amendment approved by the Assembly as specified above shall become effective when approved by the Board of Trustees of the University, or after approval by the Board of Trustees, on a day specified therein.