Student Life Committee
The Student Life Committee is an elected, standing committee of the Arts & Sciences Faculty which is responsible for recommending policies and priorities with regard to student life issues.  The role of the Student Life Committe is described in the Faculty Handbook Section V: Bylaws of the College of Arts & Sciences (pg. 125)Click Here for the 2013-2014 Student Life Minutes.

 

Bylaws of Arts & Sciences

The Student Life Committee is referred to in the Bylaws in Article VII: Standing Committees of the Faculty as follows:

Article VII: Standing Committees of the Faculty

Section 3. The Student Life Committee

Responsibilities. The Student Life Committee recommends policies and priorities with regard to student life to the Faculty and advises the administration concerning the implementation of such policies.

Student life concerns include, but are not restricted to, issues related to student housing, student services, student activities and organizations, student conduct and standards, recreation, and intercollegiate athletics.

Membership. The membership of the Student Life Committee shall consist of thirteen voting members: six elected from the faculty, two members of the professional staff elected by the members of the staff, and five students selected by the Student Government Association. The students shall be appointed at the beginning of the academic year and remain on the Committee for a period of one year.