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  • Reeve Union, First Floor
  • 920 424-0847

Reeve Advisory Council

The purpose of RAC is to provide a model of leadership and serve as an effective medium of communication for both RUB and RAC. RAC represents the organization on issues and activities that affect Reeve Memorial Union. We serve as a resource to the Reeve Memorial Union Director and provide advice about services and programs offered by Reeve Union.

Getting Involved

Being involved in RAC is being able to hear updates from all around campus on what is happening. It makes collaboration easy and we ensure all voices are heard no matter if the topic is about your favorite food to what we want to see in the union.

Meetings

Reeve Advisory Council meets twice a month on Tuesdays at 4 PM in Reeve Union 210. Please email rac@uwosh.edu for the meeting schedule.

Committee Members

Executives 

Advisor – Jean Kwaterski  

President – Becca Ashauer

Vice President – Claire Schlobohm

Organization Representatives 

University Staff –  

Academic Staff –  

Academic Faculty –

Alumni – Thomas Wagner 

Student Employees – 

Student(s) at Large – 

RUB – 

USRH –  

MEC – 

OSA – 

IFC/PHC – 

Meet the Exec Board

Becca Ashauer

President

Becca is a full-time student working towards a degree in Human Resources and Information Systems. She also works part-time in the UWO Human Resources Department and is the Crafty Adventures chair for Reeve Union Board. Becca is passionate about building up and supporting the community. RAC was able to provide her with a new opportunity of giving support to the campus community.

Claire Schlobohm

Vice President

Claire is majoring in information systems with a cybersecurity emphasis and a criminal justice minor. Besides being involved in RAC, she is a Desk Manager for Fletcher Hall, Treasurer of the Information Systems club, Special Events chair for Reeve Union Board, Chair of the Student Allocations Committee, Titan Underground Programmer, and President of the Cybersecurity club. She loves being involved on campus and is excited to start this new role.