Open Positions

Open Positions

Executive Branch

The Executive Branch works in coordination with school deans and administrators to implement initiatives, policies, and programs that improve and enhance different aspects of the undergraduate experience.

Presidential Advisory Council

This advisory council will be comprised of student leaders from different backgrounds, cultures, club involvements, and academic areas to serve as student advisors to the President and Vice President. This council will meet 1-2 times a month to advise the President and Vice President on different issues, concerns, and projects in all areas of the university. The idea is to bring together student leaders from different backgrounds that can have an influence on policy creation within SA, and be a voice on behalf of their community as liaisons.

Legislative Branch

The Senate Committees are in charge of conducting research on the opinions of students relevant to submitted ideas, grievances, and suggestions. If there is strong support for an initiative based off of critical research, Senators on each Legislative Committee are responsible for authoring a resolution on the subject. After the resolution is written, edited, and approved by the Legislative Committee, it will be brought to the Senate table for discussion and a vote.

Deliberative Positions

Deputy Speaker

The Deputy Speaker assists the Speaker of the Senate on a variety of matters, from decision making to managing Senate and legislative committees. Additionally, the Deputy Speaker is the Business Manager for the Legislative Branch, and takes minutes during Senate meetings. This position requires great organization and dependability.

Legislative Advisor of the Academic Affairs Committee

The Academic Affairs Committee takes on projects involving all academic-related issues that affect the lives of undergraduate students, including curriculum, course offerings, academic policies, experiential learning, advising, and more.

Legislative Advisor of the International Student Affairs Committee

The International Student Affairs Committee works to improve the experience of international students on campus by working to decrease divides on campus among different international communities with domestic students, while also working to provide resources regarding issues that disproportionately affect international students.

Legislative Advisor of the Student Life Committee

he Student Life Committee takes on projects campus-wide issues that affect the lives of undergraduate students, including topics like racism, mental health, inclusivity, affordability, and other issues that affect the student body.

Legislative Advisor of the Campus Services Committee

The Campus Services Committee takes on projects that focus on improving services on campus used by undergraduate students, including dining, transportation, residential life, and other departments.

Student Organization Oversight Positions

Students’ Association Appropriations Committee Accountant

The Appropriations Committee (SAAC) is responsible for the collection of the student activities fee and the responsible allocation of those funds. As an accountant, you will be a voting member of the committee at supplemental funding meetings (Tuesdays at 8 pm), you will have 2-4 office hours per week in the Student Organization Finance Office, and you will attend budgeting sessions.

Administration & Review Committee Analyst

The Administration and Review Committee (ARC) oversees all student organizations on campus. ARC evaluates student organizations using the Student Organization Annual Review (SOAR) and provides resources for new student organizations and existing organizations. As an Analyst, you will be a voting member of the committee (which meets Wednesdays at 8 pm) and will actively serve as a resource to student groups on campus

Open Judicial Positions

ACJC is the judicial branch of the Student's Association Government: we help SA --and all groups under it-- function within its guidelines and governing documents. We also serve as student representatives in the Board of Academic Honesty and in administrative committees related to conduct. Through meeting faculty, staff, and administrators, you can have a large impact on campus culture, climate, and policy.

No open position as of now.