The Human Sciences Council is an organization designed to facilitate interaction among students, faculty members and administration and to represent the College of Human Sciences at the university level.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||At large members and representatives from affiliated College of Human Sciences clubs and organizations
||Qualified members are elected representatives from their club or organization or are students in the College of Human Sciences and are in good standing with the University. Ideal members have a passion for helping others, improving lives and developing new relationships.
||Individual clubs and organizations are responsible for electing their representative. At-large members are selected through an interview process followed by a council vote.
||Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month at 6 PM in Lagomarcino Hall. Room number will be determined at a later date.
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|Regular meetings last approximately and hour. We often have guest speakers such as the Dean of the College of Human Sciences or a community member looking for help with a project or event. During the meetings, representatives share what their club or organization is currently doing. We also plan events during this time.
Description of Special Events
|The College of Human Sciences Council organizes at least on philanthropy event per semester. The philanthropic organization can change, but we generally raise funds for the United Way of Story County in the fall during Human Sciences Week. The events and activities we host take the efforts of all council members and benefit the Ames and Iowa State Community.