University Boards and Committees
LOCATION: Tempe Graduate Student Center
START DATE: April 17th, 2014
LOCATION: Tempe Campus
START DATE: April 17th, 2014
Information Session on New Graduate Certificate Program in Institutional Research and Policy Analysis
LOCATION: Tempe Campus; Farmer 228
START DATE: April 21st, 2014
The Associated Students of Arizona State University are able to appoint students to sit on several of the University Boards and Committees. These boards and committees plan events and implement policy changes across all of ASU. If you have a concern in an area that one of these boards/committees addresses, please contact GPSA and the specific representative(s) listed below.
If you are interested in a vacant position, please email the GPSA President.
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. To find a current representative, please visit the ASU Commission on the Status of Women homepage.
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.
The committee for campus inclusion (CCI) promotes appreciation of diversity and respect for all individuals, while also protecting free speech and academic freedom.
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 Student Recreation Complex.
The committee is advisory to Educational Outreach and Student Services regarding policies, educational programs, services, and future directions for Student Health.
DISABILITY ADVOCACY AND AWARENESS COMMITTEE
The committee is advisory to 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.
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.
FINANCIAL AID ADVISORY COMMITTEE
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. PLANNING COMMITTEE
The committee plans and coordinates events and activities for the annual recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr.
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.
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.
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.
This is a decision-making board, authorized by the Arizona Board of Regents and the president, to hear appeals on student residency classification.
The board is advisory to the president on policies, programs and other matters pertaining to intercollegiate athletics.
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.
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.