The legislative branch of the Student Government Association is comprised of three committees, each with specific duties and responsibilities. These three committees combine to make up the Student Senate. These students, on a weekly basis, make decisions regarding bills and resolutions related to your academic life here on campus and are the driving force behind the Student Government Association.
|Bravian Hicks||Senate Pro Temporeemail@example.com|
|Dylan Pogreba||Budget and Allocations Chairfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mallory Bell||Student Affairs Chairemail@example.com|
|Ly Fess||University Affairs Chairfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Vacant||Budget and Allocations Vice Chair||Not Available|
|Vacant||Student Affairs Vice Chair||Not Available|
|Vacant||University Affairs Vice Chair||Not Available|
The Budget & Allocations Committee is responsible for formulating the annual budget recommendation for the activity and service fee (A&S Fee). Additional responsibilities include:
- Reviewing requests for funding from the three SGA grant accounts: Project Grants, Travel Grants, and Special Project Grants.
- Audit any entity which receives funds from the A&S Fee, whenever deemed appropriate.
The Student Affairs Committee is responsible for collecting suggestions from students and creating positive programming opportunities that enhance student life. Additional responsibilities include:
- Facilitate communicating between the Student Government Association and the Student Body through multiple forms of surveying constituents.
- Responding to all issues, complaints and feedback from student constituents in a timely fashion.
- Report recommendations to University administration.
- Facilitate communication between student organizations in order to maintain campus-wide awareness of issues affecting students.
The University Affairs Committee works to address all academic-related student concerns. Specific responsibilities include:
- Reviewing and making recommendations on student complaints and grievances concerning academic matters.
- Reviewing and making recommendations on proposed academic policy changes arising from the Board of Trustees, the legislature, and other external sources.
- Serving as the Distinguished Teaching Awards & Distinguished Staff Awards Search Committee.