ASEWU COMMITTEES AND COUNCILS
ASEWU DIVERSITY COMMITTEE (open)
The ASEWU Diversity Committee was formed to present an opportunity for students to discuss issues pertaining to diversity; to clarify the definition of diversity; and to function as a voice for the students in an advisory capacity to various campus bodies including, but not limited to, the ASEWU Council and the President's Advisory Committee on Diversity. The committee shall serve as a positive influence while striving to educate the campus community, promoting cultural competency and fostering campus unity.
ASEWU FACULTY OF THE YEAR COMMITTEE (open)
Comprised solely of EWU students, this committee is responsible for selecting from submitted applications the ASEWU faculty of the year individual. Applications are accepted from January until the end of March. Selection is usually made in April and presented to the faculty member during Eastern's commencement ceremonies in June.
ASEWU FINANCE COMMITTEE (open)
The ASEWU Finance Committee was formed to assist in overseeing fiscal and supplemental budget requests submitted by student organizations, student related programs, and departmental related programs. This committee provides financial recommendations to the ASEWU Council.
CLUB SPORTS FEDERATION COMMITTEE (open)
The Club Sports Federation is designed to promote student participation in a variety of physical and athletic activities; provide students with avenues of involvement; help develop leadership skills; and provide students with the chance to develop into a skill level that is commensurate with their level of interest in a given sport. Student membership takes a variety of forms. This committee is composed chiefly of students from ASEWU registered club sports organizations. The two (2) students designated as "student at-large" have non-voting membership.
EASTERN DIALOGUES COMMITTEE (open)
Comprised of students and other members of the university community, the Eastern Dialogues Committee was established to bring to Eastern's campus speakers who will provide students with different perspectives and thoughts outside of the academia world.
ELECTION BOARD (open)
The ASEWU Election Board was established to interpret and enforce student government election policies and procedures given under its jurisdiction as provided by the ASEWU Council. This body also serves as a lower court in the event an election grievance is filed.
FOOD SERVICE COMMITTEE (open)
The Food Service Committee was formed to provide recommendations to the university's Director of Dining Services. This body serves as the official representative to the ASEWU Council in matters pertaining to the evaluation of EWU's dining services.
INTRAMURAL ADVISORY COUNCIL (open)
The Intramural Advisory Council (IAC) was established to regulate governing policies of the intramural program. The IAC has supervision over all matters concerning intramural sports and is accountable to the ASEWU Council.
PUB REMODEL COMMITTEE (open)
The PUB Remodel Committee was formed during the fall of 2009 and charged with ascertaining the feasibility of either renovating the current student union building or erecting a new structure. The task force will investigate possible designs, areas of improvement, and visiting higher education institutions with a new student union building. The PUB Remodel Committee is a temporary committee and once its mission has been fulfilled, it will be dissolved.
PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE (open)
This committee is charged with addressing the advertising needs of the ASEWU Council and the various components of this body first and then assisting ASEWU registered student organizations in advertising their programs and events.
SERVICE AND ACTIVITY FEE COMMITTEE (open)
The Service and Activity Fee Committee was formed to review and evaluate current and proposed budget levels of all organizations, programs and departments receiving service and activity fee funding. Recommendations, proposals, and decisions made by this body are then forwarded to the Vice President for Student Affairs, and then the EWU President.
STUDENT BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEMBER SELECTION COMMITTEE (open)
This committee was formed because of RCW 28B.35.100, which gives the governor of the State of Washington the authority to appoint a student from each four-year public institution to serve as member of their respective board of trustee or board of regents. At Eastern Washington University, the process begins during the first part of winter quarter when applications are accepted and continues into spring quarter when the applications are reviewed and submitted to the Governor's office.
STUDENT HEALTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE (open)
The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) addresses issues that affect the health needs of EWU students. This committee functions in an advisory capacity to the office of Student Affairs and serves as the official representative of the ASEWU Council in matters of student health needs.
STUDENT LEGISLATIVE ACTION COMMITTEE (open)
The Student Legislative Action Committee (SLAC) was established to serve as a direct student voice through such efforts as lobbying by the ASEWU and to inform and involve students in a variety of legislative issues that influence them and the university community.
STUDENT TECHNOLOGY FEE COMMITTEE (open)
This body was formed in accordance to RCW 28B.15.051 that stipulates how student technology fees collected will be spent. The committee is charged with researching and applying the fees in a manner that best benefits the students of Eastern Washington University. òOne of student-at-large positions is a representative designated by University Labs.
STUDENT TRANSPORTATION FEE COMMITTEE (open)
The chief purpose of the Student Transportation Fee Committee (STrFC) is to administer the fees collected from the student transportation fee. This committee determines how and where the student transportation fee dollars are spent as well as how to fund and improve on transportation services offered to EWU students.
STUDENT UNION BOARD OF CONTROL (open)
The Student Union Board of Control (SUBOC) was established to regulate all governing policies and financial matters-including maintenance and administrative services-of the Pence Union Building. This body serves as the ASEWU's official representative in matters pertaining to the operations of the Pence Union Building.
UNIVERSITY RECREATION CENTER ADVISORY COUNCIL (open)
The University Recreation Center Advisory Council (URCAC) was formed to provide advice and counsel to the University Recreation Center Governance Board (URCGB) on policies, financial related matters and the maintenance and administrative services for the University Recreation Center.
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