Council Committee Looks To Reform SEIs

The third council of organizations of the semester met this week in Student Unino (SU) 62-63 at 7 p.m.

There is one seat available in the Academic Affairs Committee for a business major. The group meets every other Wednesday from 3-5 p.m.

The Academic Affairs Committee is currently looking to reform Student Evaluation of Instruction (SEIs) and also the satisfactory/unsatisfactory (S/U) option available to students. What the Academic Affairs Committee decides will ultimately go to academic senate.

The Educational Technology Committee needs business and education students to fill two available seats.

The Budget Goals and Plan Committee needs a business major to fill one seat.

Judicial board is available to those who have issues with the  constitutionality of senate issues. If there is something a certain club finds unconstitutional, they can bring it up to judicial review.

Council of Organizations Chair Matt LaSpada introduced the idea of “Inventory Board,” something he called a “brand new concept” in which all transactions clubs make will be audited by the board.

There is $45,000 left in general programming for the semester.

Clubs that do the same trips or activities every year are urged to request their budgets early on. Clubs need to know exactly how much money they will need for next year, but estimates are also accepted because if changes need to happen there is a way to request for more money later on.