The Associated Students of Arizona State University are currently looking for students to serve on the following University Boards and Committees for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Click on a committee title below for more details

ASU Commission on the Status of Women

The Commission was created in 1991 to monitor the advancement of women in Arizona’s university in three major areas: equity, career development and climate. Since its inception, the Commission has sponsored and hosted many events and activities that have helped to increase the status of women at ASU.
(4 undergraduate seats, 4 graduate seats - one per campus)

Committee on Campus Inclusion

The Committee on Campus Inclusion (CCI - formerly Campus Environment Team) promotes appreciation of diversity and respect for all individuals, while also protecting free speech and academic freedom.
(4 undergraduate seats, 4 graduate seats - one per campus)

Disability Advocacy and Awareness Committee

The committee is advisory to the senior vice president for Educational Outreach and Student Services regarding programs, policies, and services for students, faculty, staff, and visitors with disabilities. This committee is committed to ensuring equal and fair access and opportunity in education, employment, and full participation for all people.
(8 undergraduate seats - two per campus, 2 graduate seats)

Facilities Fee Board

The board works with Education Outreach and Student Services administrators to review and propose enhancements of existing facilities and the planning and development of new student service facilities to meet the needs of the growing student population.
(8 undergraduate seats - two per campus, 2 graduate seats)

Family Resources Advisory Board

The board is advisory to the coordinator of ASU Family Resources. Its focus is on those programs, policies and services for students, staff and faculty with child, elder and other dependent care needs.
(2 undergraduate seats, 2 graduate seats)

Financial Aid Committee

The board works with Financial Aid administrators to review and propose enhancements of existing policies and procedures related to all aspects of the student financial aid process.
(8 undergraduate seats - two per campus, 2 graduate seats)

MLK Jr. Planning Committee

The committee plans and coordinates events and activities for the annual recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr.
(4 undergraduate seats, 4 graduate seats - one per campus)

Parking and Transit Advisory Board

The board works with Parking and Transit administrators to review and propose enhancements of existing services and development of new services to meet the needs of the growing student population.
(4 undergraduate seats - one per campus, 1 graduate seat)

Parking Citations Appeals Board

This is a decision-making board authorized by the Arizona Board of Regents to hear appeals on parking appeals officers’ decisions regarding sanctions for parking and bicycle violations.
(4 undergraduate seats, 4 graduate seats - one per campus)

Public Safety Advisory Committee

The mission of the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) is to make recommendations to assist the ASU Police Department (ASU PD) to be responsive to the needs of the campuses and local communities and to provide the university administration with a vehicle to receive regular input on issues surrounding crime abatement, law enforcement, public safety, and emergency preparedness.
(4 undergraduate seats, 4 graduate seats - one per campus)

Residency Classification Appeals Board

This is a decision-making board, authorized by the Arizona Board of Regents and the president, to hear appeals on student residency classification.
(3 graduate seats)

Student Health Advisory Board

The committee is advisory to Educational Outreach and Student Services regarding policies, educational programs, services, and future directions for Student Health.
(8 undergraduate seats - two per campus, 2 graduate seats)

Sun Devil Fitness Campus Recreation Board of Governors

The board is advisory to Educational Outreach and Student Services administrators on matters of general policies and budget for the Recreational Sports Program and the Sun Devil Fitness Student Recreation Complex.
(4 undergraduate seats - one per campus, 3 graduate seats)

Sun Devil Athletics Board

The board is advisory to the president on policies, programs and other matters pertaining to intercollegiate athletics.
(1 undergraduate seat, 1 graduate seat)

Sun Devil Athletics Operations Advisory Board

The board works with EOSS and SDA officials to implement the student athletic fee, enhance existing services and develop new services to meet the needs of the growing student population.
(8 undergraduate seats - two per campus, 2 graduate seats)

Technology Advisory Board

The board works with University Technology officials to review and propose enhancements of existing services and development of new services to meet the needs of the growing student population.
(4 undergraduate seats, 1 graduate seat)

University Hearing Board

The board is a hearing and appellate board for alleged student violations of the Student Code of Conduct. It recommends appropriate sanctions that are advisory and subject to the approval of the president.
(numerous undergraduate and graduate seats)

Veterans Advocacy and Affairs Committee

This board supports veteran, active duty, and reserve service ASU students in streamlining information, concerns and suggestions to the University regarding both veteran advocacy and affairs.
(8 undergraduate seats - two per campus, 2 graduate seats)

International Student Concerns Committee

This committee's goal is to improve and enhance the ASU experience of all International students at ASU. The committee meets at least once a month to discuss any issues and corresponding solutions concerning ASU International students. (2 undergraduates and 2 graduate students per location)

OVERVIEW

Many of the University Boards and Committees are described on the Provost’s website: https://provost.asu.edu/index.php?q=committees. Many University Boards and Committees meet at the Tempe location with call-in and teleconference options. Students from Downtown, Polytechnic, and West are highly encouraged to apply. The time commitment will average 1-2 meetings per month totaling 2-4 hours a month. While most Boards and Committees will not begin meeting until August, some may ask for summer commitments. Graduate Students: If selected, this counts as service to the University and can be included in your CV and your applications for GPSA travel funding. These are unpaid, volunteer positions. Undergraduate Students: If selected, you should list this appointment on your resume. These are unpaid, volunteer positions.

TO APPLY:

  1. Email a resume/CV and an unofficial transcript to Dan.Ashlock@asu.edu
  2. Fill out the form

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:

By submitting an application, you are acknowledging that all information submitted herein is factual to the best of your knowledge; that your cumulative GPA meets the minimum ASASU requirements of 2.33, and that you are in good academic standing, and that you are an undergraduate enrolled in at least 6 credit hours or a graduate student who is continuously enrolled You also understand this information is subject to ASU Records verification. After academic standing is verified, you may be contacted for a personal interview. After selection has been made a memo is sent to VP of EOSS Vice President Rund after which a letter is sent to confirm your appointment. Some training may be required for some Board or Committee assignments in order to serve on them.