The purpose of the organization shall be to aid all members by:Complementing the academic program by providing professional development opportunities such as the research symposium, assisting in recruitment efforts for prospective students and providing for orientation for new students, organizing graduation celebration to recognize outgoing membership, serve as a liaison between students and faculty/administration, and promote morale through social programs and volunteer opportunities.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||Student Affairs Master's Candidates
||5 positions available
||Enrolled student in the Higher Education--Student Affairs program
||Elections are held in October of each academic year with nominees coming from the first year cohort. Elected officials will assume office on January 1 of each calendar year.
||One town hall meeting is held each semester to update members. Special meetings are called by I-Days Planning Committee and SOE faculty/staff.
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|Town hall meetings are scheduled once a semester.
Description of Special Events
|Special town hall meetings may be called by SOE faculty and staff (i.e., curriculum update)