Student Affairs Committee
The Student Affairs Committee has existed since 1986. The primary function of the committee is to advise the Dean of the College of Applied Sciences and Arts of any student problems or needs, to recommend policy or suggest courses of action, and to suggest improvements to the College. The students that participate in the Student Affairs Committee are the liaisons between the department/school, the students, and the Dean's Office. The Committee discusses issues of concern brought to the committee by the students-at-large or by committee members themselves.
The secondary function of the Student Affairs Committee is the preparation and review of the CASA Outstanding Student Awards.
One outstanding graduate and undergraduate student award are given each year. The award application is posted on the CASA web page under Awards, Scholarships, and Grants. The application period begins in fall and continues into the spring term.
The University Alumni Association offers two $1250 scholarships for each college in the University. The SJSU Alumni Scholarships are available in February. These scholarship recipients, and the recipients of the other student awards, are honored at the Dean's Awards Reception on the first Monday in May.
A glimpse of some prior SAC agenda items:
- State Budget
- Graduation Process/Policies
- CASA Renovations
- Committee Website
Be informed and be involved:
If you would like answers to your questions, please contact the representative of your department or school. If you want to be more involved with the College of Applied Sciences and Arts, please contact the chair or director of your department or school.
The Student Affairs Committee meets on the second Tuesday of the month, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., in MacQuarrie Hall, Room 438A.
Choosing committee members:
During Spring term, Student Affairs Committee members are chosen by the respective departments or schools and current student representatives. After the representatives are chosen, the committee begins meeting the second Tuesday in September.
The committee is composed of one representative from each academic unit offering a major. These academic units include:
- Health Science & Recreation
- Hospitality Management
- Journalism & Mass Communications
- Justice Studies
- Library & Information Science
- Nutrition, Food Science & Packaging
- Occupational Therapy
- Social Work
In addition to these representatives, one faculty advisor is chosen on a rotating basis, along with one staff person, who also sits on the committee.
Fall 2013 – 2014 Academic Year
Alice Hines, Interim Dean
Gigi Smith, Occupational Therapy, Faculty Advisor
Have Questions? Call 408-924-2900
SAC Committee Members
|Health Science & Recreation||Claudia Gonzalez|
|Hospitality Management||Amelia George|
|Journalism & Mass Communication||TBD|
|Justice Studies||Christie Martinez|
|Library and Information Science||Seema Sairam|
|Nutrition, Food Science & Packaging||Danelle Willey|
|Occupational Therapy||Amy Cannon
|Social Work||David Hoffman|
CASA Faculty and Staff
|Dean's Office||Alice Hines, Interim Deanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Faculty, Occupational Therapy||Gigi Smithemail@example.com|
|Dean's Office Support Staff||Mimi Nguyenfirstname.lastname@example.org|