ASI Senate Chair, Senator Positions Available

as.jpgFR: Jason Fitzer, ASI Student Government Coordinator

Interested in shaping student life at SSU? ASI Student Government is searching for students to fill three vacant Senator positions for the School of Arts & Humanities, the School of Education and the Student Services Senator for the 2011-2012 year. ASI is also looking for an individual to serve as Chair of the Senate for 2011-2012.

The Senators for Arts & Humanities and Education will serve as student representatives and advocates for the students of their respective school. These Senators will serve as liaisons to the Deans of the school and outreach to students on a regular basis.

The Student Services Senator advocate for student services on campus such as the health center, advising, career services and other services that enhance the student experience at SSU. This Senator will also promote student services to the student community and serves as a liaison to the various student services offices.

School Senators must be a student of the Academic School for the position to which they are applying; the Student Services Senator is open to all current SSU students, regardless of major. All three Senators will serve as voting members of the ASI Senate, serve on ASI and University-wide committees and promote ASI and its programs and its services.

The Chair will call and facilitate all meetings of the Senate in addition to establishing and distributing the agenda. The Chair of the Senate will work collaboratively with the Executive Officers, Senates and boards of the Senate.

Applications are currently available on OrgSync, in the forms section of the ASI organization. Applications must be received no later than Friday, May 6 at 5 p.m. After the close of applications, interviews will be conducted with a candidate forwarded to the Senate for appointment.

Please contact me at with any questions regarding the vacant positions or application process. Further information about student government can be found on the ASI website at

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