Student Clubs & Organizations - Student Activities
University of Minnesota, Crookston
The University of Minnesota, Crookston believes student should have input on campus committees. Part of the duties of a member of the Student Association are to take part in these committees. The following list details all of the various committees that have student representatives.
- Club Loans and Grants: Review grant proposals each quarter and make recommendations for money received by organizations.
- Some Student Senators are elected in the spring semester and the remaining will be elected in the fall semester. Applications can be picked up at the Information Desk or the Leadership Office.
Campus Assembly Committees
- Access for Persons with Disabilities: two students; Insure access to programs, services, and facilities in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- Admissions and Enrollment Management: two students; Policies for college admission.
- Awards: one student from each academic division; Coordinate all campus awards and honors for students and plan awards presentations.
- Commencement: two students; Help plan spring graduation.
Concerts and Lectures: four students; Plan and present concerts, lectures, and cultural programs.
- Constitution and By-Laws: two students; Review and recommend amendments to the college constitution and by-laws.
- Curriculum: one student from each academic division; To examine and review the curriculum and its programs continuously for possibilities for improving your program.
- Environmental Health, Safety, Energy Management and Civil Defense: two students; Deal with campus health and safety issues.
- Financial Aid: two students; Recommend policy on distribution of financial aid.
- Grievance Committee on Academic Freedom: one student; Hear grievances on academic freedom issues.
- Intercollegiate Athletics: two students; Recommendations on the UMC athletic programs.
- Scholastic Standing: two students; Hear concerns on academic status and act on appeals.
- Student Complaints: seven students; Hear and act on student issues.
- Student Conduct: three students; Male, female, and off-campus representation. Hear and act on violations of the UMC Campus Conduct Code.
- Student Representatives to the Campus Assembly: Twenty-five student voting members at the Campus Assembly meetings held once every semester.
- Admissions and Enrollment Management: two students (one traditional and one non-traditional age). Advise Chancellor and Director of Admissions in marketing UMC.
- Fees Committee: six students; Representative to the Board of Regents, Representative on University Senate Consultative Committee and students from each academic unit. Review student service fees and recommend fees for the next year.
- Parking: two students; Evaluate parking needs, policy, and make recommendations.
- Health Services: five students; representing residence halls, non-traditional, men and women. Review and recommend health services and programs.
- Academic Calendar: three students; Develop the college academic calendar.