Reeve Memorial Union
Student Involvement, Room 208B
Telephone: (920) 424-3202
Serving on a committee is a great way to get involved in OSA and on campus. Students will network with influential staff and faculty while attending the required meetings.
The OSA President appoints students to campus wide committees. A brief meeting with the OSA President is required for students interested in committee assignment. OSA Assembly and OSA Senate approve the Presidential appointments to committees.
Some reasons students should join a committee include:
* students have the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends
* it allows students to become a leader on campus
* students gain relevant work experience
* it is a good resume builder
For more information or to join a committee, stop by the OSA Office in the Student Leadership and Involvement Center, call the OSA Office at 424-3202, or e-mail email@example.com.
There are a great deal of committees on campus that cover a wide variety of interests.
Advisory Council for Comprehensive Academic Advising
The Council’s primary purpose is to provide guidance and support to the Director of Academic Advising and to provide the University community information and guidance around issues of academic advising.
Academic Policies Committee (APC)
The Academic Policies Committee is a subcommittee of the University’s Faculty Senate, and carries out the faculty’s responsibility for the academic policies and programs of the university. Representation on the Academic Policies Committee includes one graduate faculty member from the Graduate Council’s Curriculum Approval Committee and one graduate student.
American Democracy Project (ADP)
The American Democracy Project (ADP) is a multi-campus initiative focused on higher education’s role in preparing the next generation of informed, engaged citizens for our democracy.
Classroom Modernization Users’ Group (CUMG)
Representatives of each governance group who meet annually to review and prioritize proposals for classroom modernization.
Differential Tuition Finance Committee
The Differential Tuition Finance Committee is responsible for allocating funds from the Differential Tuition Committee. The committee will receive proposals from the core areas that are funded by Differential Tuition. The committee is also responsible for the assessment and evaluation of funded programs.
Graduation Awards Committee
The Graduation Awards Committee will review applications and select finalists for a brief interview. Finalists will be contacted by the Dean of Students Office.
Responsible for the formulation of policies concerning graduate programs of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh; serves as an advisory body to the Director of Graduate Services, Dean of Graduate Studies, and the Provost & Vice Chancellor.
Parking Appeals Committee
To assess and make decisions regarding the legitimacy and acceptability of all appeals presented in a timely manner by violators.
Parking Advisory Committee
The Parking Advisory Committee will review parking policies and make appropriate decisions to the Director of Parking and/or the Assistant Chancellor of Student Affairs [and] will be mindful of the need for serve and accommodation while maintaining fiscal responsibility and integrity.
Pepsi Fund Committee
The Pepsi Programming Allocation Fund is specifically designed to assist recognized student organizations with funding events which will enhance student life. Such events may include student leadership conferences, training and educational opportunities, and social events. Allocations are also available for groups to purchase specialty items, such as t-shirts, frisbees, can coolers, etc., that will help promote an organization’s purpose and visibility. The Pepsi Programming Allocations Committee reviews proposals once per week.
Reeve Advisory Council
The purpose of Reeve Advisory Council is to provide a model of leadership and serve as an effective medium of communication for both Reeve Union Board and Reeve Advisory Council. To represent the organization on issues and activities that affect Reeve Memorial Union. To serve a resource to the Reeve Memorial Union Director and provide advice based on the appointee’s respective constituencies and the best interests to Reeve Memorial Union.
Rosebush Professor Review Committee
To oversee the nomination and selection process for the Rosebush Professorship.
Search and Screens
Student representation to serve on various university-wide search and screens. Representation on Search and Screens requires appointment by the OSA President and approval by the OSA Assembly and Senate.
Segregated Fees Committee
The Segregated Fee Committee is responsible for recommending the maximum level of assessment of segregated university fees. The Committee will recommend to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and the Chancellor the allocable and non-allocable portions of segregated fees and will include a distribution of the non-allocable portion.
Student Allocations Committee (SAC)
The Student Allocations Committee is a standing committee of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh whose purpose is to provide the maximum benefit possible to the UW Oshkosh campus community through the fair, equitable, and viewpoint neutral distribution of allocable segregated fees to student recognized student organizations.
Student Allocations Appeals Committee
The Allocations Appeals Committee hears appeals that are based on final actions taken by the Student Allocations Committee (SAC) on a club or organizations annual budget.
Student Conduct Panel
To serve on the panel that provides members for various student disciplinary hearings. The work for the committee, including training and selection to serve on various panels, is coordinated by the Dean of Students Office.
Student Health Advisory Committee
Act as an advisory committee to the Student Health Center, serve as a liaison between students and the Student Health Center administration, provide feedback and input into services, programs, budget and fees and provide health outreach to the campus community.
Student Technology Fee Committee
Representatives of each governance group who meet annually to review and approve proposals for use of funds collected from the student technology fee.
University Studies Program (USP) Committee
The General Education Committee is responsible for the management, review, assessment, and reform of the General Education Program. In carrying out this general charge, the committee will review periodically general education requirements and curriculum. The committee will develop criteria for general education courses and will recommend approval or disapproval of courses proposed to satisfy General Education requirements including those of Ethnic Studies and Non-Western Culture.
NOTE: This list in not an all encompassing list. If interested contact OSA for the entire list.