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Overview and Joint Committee Descriptions

Updated: 8.22.14

 

Section 1: Overview

This section of the Overview and Joint Committee Descriptions document is a draft version of the Rose Hill student handbook Student Life Council section.

 

Student Life Council (from the Rose Hill Student Handbook)

The Student  Life  Council  is  a  body  chaired  by  the  Dean  of  Students  and  made  up  of  students,  faculty  and administrators. The broad purpose of this council is to maintain contact between these campus constituencies and to encourage ongoing conversation and consultation on activities, events, organizations, student government and collaborative efforts between students, faculty, academic affairs and the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development. The Student Life Council votes on club and organization budgets and provides general collaborative oversight of the budget process managed by the Budget Committee.

 

 I. Specific Purpose:

1.     To discuss the campus community with all members of the student body and with direct representation from the United Student Government, the Residence Halls Association, the Commuter Students Association, the Campus Activities Board, the faculty, the academic administration of the Gabelli School of Business and Fordham College at Rose Hill and the offices comprising student life at the Rose Hill campus. These discussions and consultations may regard the operations, policies, purposes and learning outcomes associated with Rose Hill Student Life (RHSL); student government;  and activities, events, clubs and organizations, with the goals of ensuring that organization or club activities are of high quality, contribute to learning outcomes and are consonant with the Mission of the University. Members of the Council and the joint committees will contribute information during meetings on the various activities, events, clubs and organizations that contribute to the campus culture. The Council may recommend the termination of club and organization activities that are not achieving appropriate learning outcomes or are not consonant with the Mission of the University. The Council may also recommend and encourage the organization of activities in areas where there is a perceived need.

2.     To encourage involvement by a broad range of campus constituencies in activities, events, clubs and organizations.

3.     To discuss and recommend guidelines for the financial support of activities, events, clubs and organizations from the Student Activities Fee.

4.     To assess the performance  of  referendum  status  organizations  and approve or deny requests for referendum status.

5.     To use its monthly meetings to discuss, consult with the community and vote on the budget for student clubs and organizations following receipt of the proposed budget from the Student Activities Budget Committee (see Section IV-3).

6.     To use its monthly meetings to discuss, consult with the community and vote on the procedures used by the Student Activities Budget Committee in its operations.

7.     To discuss issues related to student life at Rose Hill, activities, events, clubs and organizations.

8.     To hear and review reports from the chair of each SLC joint committees.

9.     To invite the campus community to attend  the monthly “town hall”-style meetings of the full board and hear from the Rose Hill student body about any issues it submits to the council.

 

II. Membership in the Student Life Council

1. The Student Life Council consists of:

Dean of Students (Chair)

Assistant Dean for Student Leadership and Community Development

Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life

Area Coordinator for Integrated Learning Communities

Assistant Director for Leadership and Commuter Student Services (coordinates operations of the Student Life Council)

Assistant Director for Campus Center Operations

Assistant Director for Student Organizations and Programming

Director, Office of Substance Abuse Prevention and Student Support

United Student Government Executive President

United Student Government Executive Vice President

United Student Government Vice President for Finance

United Student Government Vice President for Operations

United Student Government Vice President for Student Life

Residence Halls Association Executive President

Resident Halls Association Executive Vice President

Commuting Students Association Executive President

Commuting Students Association Executive Vice President

Campus Activities Board President

Dean of Fordham College at Rose Hill or representative

Dean of Gabelli School of Business or representative

Faculty Member (Fordham College at Rose Hill)

Faculty Member (Gabelli School of Business)

A member of the Resident Assistant staff (appointed by the Dean of Students)

A recording secretary, designated by the chair.

1. The Student Life Council Executive Board (IV-1) consists of:

Dean of Students (chair)

Assistant Dean for Student Leadership and Community Development

Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life

United Student Government Executive President

Residence Halls Association Executive President

Commuting Students Association Executive President

Campus Activities Board President

Assistant Director for Leadership and Commuter Student Services

III. Meetings

The council meets once a month during the academic year except in September when organizational meetings are scheduled within the first two weeks and two meetings may be held. The meetings are open to the campus community and any student may submit an agenda item for consideration by the SLC Executive Board.

1. Agenda items, including Public Agenda Items, for SLC will be officially designated in one of three ways:

a. discussion items: defined as items placed on the agenda for discussion, to get a sense of the council or to gather feedback.

b. discussion/resolution items: defined as items placed on the agenda for discussion (see above) but which the agenda item sponsor and the chair and the SLC Executive Board wish to be voted on.  

c. resolution items: defined as items placed on the agenda for voting after discussion is closed or by the SLC Executive Board. These agenda items should be presented in a standard format as a resolution in case the SLC chooses to vote on them.

2. The Executive Board will approve a schedule of meetings coordinated by the Assistant Director in OSLCD each year as well as the gathering of agenda items. The Executive Board will meet monthly in advance of the general SLC meeting to, in part, set the meeting agenda.

3. At the last meeting of the year in April, the incoming representatives will be invited to join the outgoing representatives.  Outgoing representatives will relinquish the privilege of voting to incoming representatives.

 

IV. Student Life Committee Joint Committees

Broad Guidelines and Standards for All Joint Committee Selection Processes

i. written applications: applications will be distributed at least two weeks in advance of deadline for application. The application will include the official information Student Life Council Executive Board related to the purpose and membership of the joint committee.

ii. notification: notification that applications are available and the dates of any deadlines for application will be provided to all students on the campus at least two weeks in advance of the deadline for application.

iii. timeframe for decision notifications: notification to applicants for the joint committee will be provided at least one week prior to the first meeting of the joint committee and will be in writing. The notification will include contact information for any questions about the application decision as well as contact information for the Student Life Council Executive Board (slc@fordham.edu) to resolve any disputes.

iv. interview process structure: within the guidelines here established by the Student Life Council Executive Board, the chair of each joint committee and the advisor will agree on the particulars of the interview process.

v. interviews: the advisor will be present in all interviews, and give counsel.

vi. member selection: Decision-making authority in the selection of SLC joint committee members is the chair’s , in adherence to the guidelines and standards established by the SLC Executive Board. The joint-committee chair will consult with the joint-committee’s direct advisor before making final decisions on membership.

vi. member lists: the chair provides a written copy of the final member list for the year to the SLC Executive Board and the full SLC at the second meeting of the SLC in October.

vii. substitutions: a process for replacement of joint committee members lost due to  resignation during the course of the year will be determined by the joint committee chair in consultation with the joint committee advisor and will adhere to the basic guidelines established by the SLC Executive Board. The chair will advise the SLC Executive Board if a member has been replaced.

 

1. Executive Board

a. Purpose: to schedule and plan the agenda for Student Life Council Meetings; to discuss and make determinations and/or recommendations on structural and procedural questions related to the overall operation of the Student Life Council, including membership; to provide oversight and to establish standards for joint committee member selection; to discuss agenda items relevant to student life as needed; and to act as a regular meeting place for the Dean of Students, Rose Hill Student Life and the three student governments.

b. The Executive Board consists of:

i. United Student Government Executive President

ii. Residence Halls Association Executive President

iii. Commuting Students Association Executive President

iv. Campus Activities Board President

v. Dean of Students

vi. Assistant Dean for Student Leadership and Community Development

viii. Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life

vii. Assistant Director for Leadership and Commuter Student Services

c. Joint Committee Member Selection Process and Standards: the Executive Board agrees upon and publishes to the Council broad guidelines and standards for the selection of the members of all Joint Committees of the Student Life Council. The Executive Board is also responsible for oversight, assures that these guidelines and standards are followed and resolves disputes related to membership selection for the joint committees.

i. The chairs and the advisors to the joint committees will serve as compliance officers, mutually accountable for the guidelines and standards established for the selection of members of the SLC joint committees.

ii. The chairs and the advisors to the joint committees will ensure that the selection process for members of the SLC joint committees takes place in a fair manner and through a clear and effective process.

iii. The chairs and the advisors to the joint committees will review documentation to ensure that the established process was followed and will field concerns/complaints from applicants and inform applicants that they may contact the SLC Executive Board with any disputes.

iv. Decision-making authority in the selection of SLC joint committee members is the chair’s in adherence to the guidelines and standards established by the Executive Board. The joint-committee chair will consult with the joint-committee’s direct advisor before making final decisions on membership.

v. At the request of any student, the Executive Board may consider and resolve complaints and disputes related to joint committee selection processes. An SLC joint committee chair’s decision on membership may only be overturned by a majority vote of the Executive Board with the USG Executive Vice President serving as the tie-breaking vote.

 

2. Budget Committee

NOTE: please see Student Activities Budget Committee section of the Student Handbook for

complete details.

a. Functions:

Recommend allocations of Student Activities fees each semester to the

Student Life Council; Request and review all information pertaining to the purposes and financial activities of each organization; meet weekly to review budget appeals by clubs and organizations.

b. The Budget Committee consists of:

•USG Vice President for Finance (chairperson, non-voting)

•Assistant Director for Student –Organizations and Programming (advisor, non-voting)non-voting

•Assistant Director for Leadership and Commuter Student Services (advisor, non-voting)

•2 minimum – 4 maximum members of USG

•5 minimum – 7 maximum members of the general student body

c. Budget Committee procedures: the budget committee follows procedures that are established by agreement with the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development, United Student Government and in consultation with Student Life Council. These procedures are published annually in the Rose Hill student handbook. The following procedure is followed to modify these procedures (adopted by Student Life Council Executive Board 10/12):

 

i.      The budget committee, either internally or upon request from a community member, initiates the process of proposing changes to the budget procedures. 

ii.     The committee seeks guidance and advice from the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development and drafts a proposal. 

iii.    The budget committee gathers the feedback, opinion, and concerns of club leaders by presenting the proposal at a USG and SLC meeting. The USG through the United Student Government Vice President for Finance/Chair of the Budget Committee places the proposal on the agenda of upcoming USG and SLC meetings, and requests,  the budget committee gathers the feedback, opinions, and concerns of club leaders and community members by requesting that the Student Life Council notify the community and club leaders that budget changes will be discussed at an upcoming meeting, placing the proposal on the agenda for discussions and presenting the proposal at a USG and a Student Life Council meeting. 

iv.    The budget committee reviews suggestions and incorporates them into the draft proposal as necessary. 

v.     If substantial material changes have been made to the draft presented to club leaders, the VP of Finance communicates the changes to club leaders and hosts an open forum to present the updated draft to club leaders and community members.

vi.    The Office of Student Leadership and Community Development agrees to the new procedures on behalf of the University. 

vii.   The committee presents the draft to United Student Government for deliberation and approval. 

viii.  The committee presents the USG approved proposal to the Student Life Council for its review and ratification.

ix.    Once approved by SLC, these changes will be effective as of next Budget Day. 

x.     The committee will submit a final version of the new budget procedures to OSLCD and the Dean of Students.  The relevant sections of the Rose Hill student handbook will be amended and the community will be notified per standard procedure. 

xi.    After ratification, the budget committee will hold at least three training sessions for club leaders on the new process prior to the due date for budget packets. 

 

3. Operations

a. Purpose: To review the activities of the USG recognized clubs on the Rose HillCampus

in order to make recommendations to the clubs and to the Budget Committee; to approve

the registration of new clubs; and to approve changes to existing club constitutions.

b. The Operations Committee consists of:

•USG Vice President for Operations (chairperson, non-voting)

•Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Community Development -

Leadership and Commuter Student Services (advisor, non-voting)

•2 minimum – 4 maximum additional members of USG

•5 minimum – 7 maximum members of the general student body

 

4. House

(revised by vote of SLC Executive Board 10/12)

a. Purpose:

To work with the Assistant Director for Leadership and Commuter Student Services and the Assistant Director for Campus Center Operations, in an advisory capacity, to recommend policies, procedures, capital expenditures, and facilities management measures in the McGinley Campus Center and other facilities used for student programming, to allocate club office space and to serve as a resource for student groups that are in discussion with OSLCD regarding the content of proposed programs or postings.

 

b. The House Committee consists of required and non-required voters:

 

Required voters (2/3 in attendance necessary for quorum):

•USG Vice-President for Student Life (chairperson, non-voting except in the event of a tie)

•1 minimum – 4 maximum members of USG (voting)

•6 minimum – 9 maximum members of the general student body (voting)

Non-required voters (does not affect quorum):

 

 

•1 representatives from the Campus Activities Board

•1representative from the Commuting Students Association

•1representative from the Residence Halls Association

• Assistant Director for Leadership and Commuter Student Services (advisor, non-voting)

• Assistant Director for Campus Center Operations (advisor, non-voting)

            •Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Community Development-

Operations (advisor, non-voting)

•Assistant Director for Campus Center Operations (advisor, non-voting)

 

5. Programming Committee

(revised by vote of SLC Executive Board 10/12)

a. Purpose: To be an advisory resource for various student clubs that want to develop their programming efforts on campus, as well as coordinate the various programming and events between major student clubs and organizations. 

b. The Programming Committee consists of:

• Assistant Director for Student Organizations and Programming (advisor, non-voting)

• President of the Campus Activities Board (chairperson, non-voting)

• USG Vice-President for Student Life (non-voting)

• 5-6 representatives from the Campus Activities Board

• CSA Programming Coordinator

• RHA Programming Coordinator

 

6. Residential Life Committee

a. Purpose: to provide a venue for the discussion of issues relevant to resident students with

the Office of Residential Life and the Residence Halls Association and a structure through

which the Residence Halls Association and Office of Residential Life will partner on joint

efforts to manage on-campus housing.

b. The Residential Life Joint-Committee consists of (revised by vote of SLC Executive Board on 9.19.12):

•Executive Vice President of RHA (chair, non-voting)

•Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life

•Assistant Director for Leadership Development and Training (advisor, non-voting)

•Associate Director of Residential Life of Judicial Affairs

•Executive President of RHA

•Resident Director (appointed by Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life)

•Two Resident Assistants (appointed by Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life)

•Two Resident Representatives for the Freshman Class (one non-RHA member, one from RHA)

•Two Resident Representatives for the Sophomore Class (one non-RHA member, one from RHA)

•Two Resident Representatives for the Junior Class (one non-RHA member, one from RHA)

•Two Resident Representatives for the Senior Class (one non-RHA member, one from RHA)

 

7. Commuter Life Committee

(revised by vote of SLC Executive Board 10/12)

a. Purpose: to provide a venue for the discussion of issues relevant to commuting students with the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development, the Commuter Student Services Program and the Commuting Students Association and a structure through which the CSA and the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development will partner on joint efforts to provide services to commuting students.

b. The Commuter Life Sub-Committee consists of:

• Executive Vice President of CSA (Chair of Committee, non-voting member)

•Assistant Director of Leadership and Commuter Student Services (advisor, non-voting)

•Executive President of CSA

•General Assembly Vice Presidents of CSA Class Boards

•Co-Chair of Committee (chosen through a vote of the committee, non-CSA)

•Senior Class Commuter Representative (non-CSA)

•Junior Class Commuter Representative (non-CSA)

•Sophomore Class Commuter Representative (non-CSA)

•Freshman Class Commuter Representative (non-CSA)

•One Commuter Assistant

•One United Student Government member

 

RHSL/SLC/SLC Subcommittees UPDATED 11.12

Joint Committee: Description Pages

Updated: 11.7.12

 

The following section of this document contains individual descriptions of the Student Life Council Joint Committees, a list of the membership as established by the Student Life Council Executive Board, proposed agenda items for the coming year and sections to include final member lists and meeting calendars (to be completed by joint committee chairs):

 

1.     Executive Board

2.     Budget Committee

3.     Operations

4.     House Committee

5.     Programming Committee

6.     Residential Life Committee

7.     Commuter Life Committee

 

Joint Committee: Executive Board

Updated:  8.22.13

 

1. Purpose

Purpose: to schedule and plan the agenda for Student Life Council Meetings, to discuss and make determinations and/or recommendations on structural and procedural questions related to the overall operation of the Student Life Council including membership, to provide oversight and establish standards for joint committee member selection, to discuss agenda items relevant to student life as needed and act as a regular meeting place for the Dean of Students, Rose Hill Student Life and the three student governments.

 

2. Possible Agenda Items for 2013-2014

1. SLC Structure and Procedures

2. Meeting Agendas

3. Meeting Schedule

4. Other?

 

3. The Executive Board consists of:

• Dean of Students

• Assistant Dean for Student Leadership and Community Development

• Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life

• United Student Government Executive President

• Residence Halls Association Executive President

• Commuting Students Association Executive President

• Campus Activities Board President

• Assistant Director for Leadership and Commuter Student Services (coordinates for SLC full board meetings also)

 

4. Meeting Dates, Times and Locations

Wednesday, September 13, 2013, 3 - 4:30 pm, McGinley Campus Center 242

Wednesday, October 23, 2013, 3 - 4:30 pm, McGinley Campus Center 242

Wednesday, November 20, 2013, 3 - 4:30 pm, McGinley Campus Center 242 (tentative)

Wednesday, January 22, 2014, 3 - 4:30 pm, McGinley Campus Center 242

Wednesday, February 19, 2014, 3 - 4:30 pm, McGinley Campus Center 242

Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 3 - 4:30 pm, McGinley Campus Center 242

Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 3 - 4:30 pm, McGinley Campus Center 242

 

 

Joint Committee: Selection Committee

Updated: 8.22.13

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Selection Committee functions have been assumed by the Executive Board as of vote by the Executive Board on 9.19.12.

Joint Committee: Budget Committee

Chair: Kara Norton

Updated:  8.22.14

1. Purpose

To recommend allocations of Student Activities fees each semester to the Student Life Council; the Budget Committee shall request and review all information pertaining to the purposes and financial activities of each organization; meets weekly to review budget appeals by clubs and organizations; members are selected for one year terms through an application and interview process by the Selection Committee.

2. Possible Agenda Items for 2013-2014

a.       Propose a more efficient and inclusive budget process

b.      Work with OSLCD to readjust the formula through which the Committee receives funding for general allocations.

c.       Increase communication mechanisms between Committee members and club leaders.

d.      Ensure further transparency and accountability of the entire budget process.

 

3. The Budget Committee consists of:

• USG Vice President for Finance (chairperson, non-voting)

• Assistant Director for Student Organizations and Programming (advisor, non-voting)

• Assistant Director for Leadership and Commuter Student Services (advisor, non-voting)

• 2 minimum – 4 maximum members of USG

• 5 minimum – 7 maximum members of the general student body

 

4. Meeting Dates, Times and Locations

The following is the schedule of weekly Budget Committee meetings. All meetings take place on Wednesdays in the Campbell Multipurpose Room (next to the Empire State Cafe).

 

5. Final Membership List

TBD

 

Joint Committee: Operations

Chair: Sera Yoon

Updated: 8.22.13

 

1. Purpose

To review the activities of the USG recognized clubs on the Rose Hill

Campus in order to make recommendations to the clubs and to the Budget

Committee; to approve the registration of new clubs; and to approve changes to existing club constitutions.

 

2. Possible Agenda Items for 2013-2014

a.       Club Constitution Process

b.      Partnering and Coordination with OSLCD to make processes more efficient.

c.       Program Evaluations.

4. Other?

 

3. The Operations Committee consists of:

• USG Vice President for Operations (chairperson, non-voting)

• Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Community Development - Leadership and Commuter Student Services (advisor, non-voting)

• 2 minimum – 4 maximum additional members of USG

• 5 minimum – 7 maximum members of the general student body

 

4. Meeting Dates, Times and Locations

 

5. Final Membership List

Student Name, Title (if applicable), Class, Email

 

Joint Committee: House

Chair: Emily Rochotte

Updated:  8.22.13

 

1. Purpose

To work with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Commuter Student Services and the Assistant Director for Campus Center Operations, in an advisory capacity, to recommend policies, procedures, capital expenditures, and facilities management measures in the McGinley Campus Center and other facilities used for student programming, to allocate club office space and to serve as a resource for student groups that are in discussion with OSLCD regarding the content of proposed programs or postings.

 

 

2. Possible Agenda Items for 2013-2014

1. McGinley Campus Center Operations

2. Campus Center Renovation Planning

3. New Campus Center Construction

4. Catering Services Recommendations

5. Community Posting Board

6. Art Installations

7. Focus on House (McGinley Center) operations

8. Other?

 

3. The House Committee consists of:

• USG Vice-President for Student Life (chairperson, non-voting)

• Assistant Director for Leadership and Commuter Student Services (advisor, non-voting)

•Director of Operations, Sodexo Dining Services (or designate, non-voting)

•Assistant Director for Campus Center Operations (advisor, non-voting)

• USG Vice-President for Communications

• Representatives from the Campus Activities Board

• Representative from the Commuting Students Association

• Representative from the Residence Halls Association

• additional members of USG

• members of the general student body

 

4. Meeting Dates, Times and Locations

 

5. Final Membership List

Student Name, Title (if applicable), Class, Email

Emily Rochotte, GSB 2014, erochotte@fordham.edu

 

 

Joint Committee: Programming

Chair: Matt Grandchamp

Updated:  8.22.13

 

1. Purpose

To be an advisory resource for various student clubs that want to develop their programming efforts on campus, as well as coordinate the various programming and events between major student clubs and organizations.

 

2. Possible Agenda Items for 2013-2014

1. Programming information sessions

2. Program evaluations/outcomes

3. Update/coordinate committee members on calendar of major clubs’ events

 

3. The Programming Committee consists of:

• Assistant Director for Student Organizations and Programming (advisor, non-voting)

• President of the Campus Activities Board (chairperson, non-voting)

• USG Vice-President for Student Life (non-voting)

• 5-6 representatives from the Campus Activities Board

• CSA Programming Coordinator

• RHA Programming Coordinator

 

4. Meeting Dates, Times and Locations

 

5. Final Membership List

 

Joint Committee: Commuter Life

Chair: Ramon Cabral

Updated:  8.22.13

 

Commuter Life (added by vote on 4/29/08)

1. Purpose

To provide a venue for the discussion of issues relevant to commuting students with the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development, the Commuter Student Services Program and the Commuting Students Association and a structure through which the CSA and the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development will partner on joint efforts to provide services to commuting students.

 

2. Possible Agenda Items for 2013-2014

1.  Written Procedures: produce and distribute Written Procedures for relevant processes.

2. Commuter Guest Passes

3. Integrated Learning Communities

 

3. The Commuter Life Committee consists of:

• Executive Vice President of CSA (Chair of Committee, non-voting member)

•Assistant Director of Leadership and Commuter Student Services (advisor, non-voting)

•Executive President of CSA

•General Assembly Vice Presidents of CSA Class Boards

•Co-Chair of Committee (chosen through a vote of the committee, non-CSA)

•Senior Class Commuter Representative (non-CSA)

•Junior Class Commuter Representative (non-CSA)

•Sophomore Class Commuter Representative (non-CSA)

•Freshman Class Commuter Representative (non-CSA)

•One Commuter Assistant

•One United Student Government member

 

4. Meeting Dates, Times and Locations

 

5. Final Membership List

 

Joint Committee: Residential Life

Chair: Alex Whiteaker

Updated:  8.22.13

 

Residential Life (added by vote on 4/29/08)

 

1. Purpose

To provide a venue for the discussion of issues relevant to resident students with the Office of Residential Life and the Residence Halls Association and a structure through which the Residence Halls Association and Office of Residential Life will partner on joint efforts to manage on-campus housing.

 

2. Possible Agenda Items for 2013-2014

1. Integrated Learning Communities?

2. Commuter Guest Passes?

3. Other?

 

3. The Residential Life Committee consists of:

•Executive Vice President of RHA (chair, non-voting)

•Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life

•Assistant Director for Leadership Development and Training (advisor, non-voting)

•Associate Director of Residential Life of Judicial Affairs

•Executive President of RHA

•Resident Director (appointed by Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life)

•Two Resident Assistants (appointed by Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life)

•Two Resident Representatives for the Freshman Class (one non-RHA member, one from RHA)

•Two Resident Representatives for the Sophomore Class (one non-RHA member, one from RHA)

•Two Resident Representatives for the Junior Class (one non-RHA member, one from RHA)

•Two Resident Representatives for the Senior Class (one non-RHA member, one from RHA)

    One United Student Government Representative

 

4. Meeting Dates, Times and Locations

 

5. Final Membership List


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