Consisting of students, University faculty, staff, and/or administration, these groups deal with campus wide issues and make recommendations for the University regarding issues like academic policies, budget, sustainability and campus services. University committees include:
Administration and Business Affairs
The Diversity Awards committee’s mission is to coordinate the implementation of various diversity award programs. In this capacity, its job is to develop guidelines for the programs, recommend participants or proposals and evaluate the program’s effectiveness, and make recommendations for change when necessary. The programs are as follows: the Probationary Faculty Development Awards, the Graduate Equity Fellowship, the Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program, and the Sally Casanova Pre-doctoral Program awards.
Instructionally Related Activities Committee
The IRA Advisory Committee hears budget presentations and recommends the allocation of projected resources to the President. This committee begins in mid-February.
Student Fee Advisory Committee
The SFAC is charged with the responsibility for reviewing and recommending to the President the establishment of new fees, increases/decreases in existing fees, or abolishment of fees. This committee meets based on member availability.
UNIVERSITY Sustainability Committee
This committee’s primary responsibilities include: assessing Sac State’s current practices in order to incorporate best available technologies into University sustainability efforts. It recommends new methods/techniques for incorporating sustainable practices into our operational activities, and building renovations.
University Budget Advisory Committee
UBAC facilitates the development of a highly transparent, informative, and participatory campus general fund budgeting process.
Transportation Advisory Committee
The University Transportation Advisory Committee is the principal campus body responsible for recommending to the President or his designee policy on all aspects of campus transportation. Based on member availability.
University Enterprises, Inc.
Bookstore Advisory Committee
This committee serves as an advisory committee to the operations and services of the bookstore. Meetings based on member availability.
University Enterprises, Inc. is a dynamic and innovative non-profit corporation. It creates and manages an array of programs and services, which support and strengthen the University’s mission of teaching, scholarship and public service. University Enterprises, Inc. serves the campus by shaping its growth and activities to meet the evolving needs of the University and the community. Appointed by the President of the University.
Committee on Administrative Review
The committee seeks to assist people who hold administrative positions to maintain or improve their effectiveness.
Intercollegiate Athletics Advisory Council
The purpose of this committee is to provide guidance to the President of Sacramento State in developing, implementing, and evaluating policies that balance intercollegiate athletics with academic rigor and promote equity in the intercollegiate athletics program.
ASI Appellate Council
The committee has the jurisdiction to hear and rule on all decisions of the Election Complaint Committee.
ASI Aquatic Center Advisory Committee
The Committee will address the goals and general direction of the Aquatic Center. The Advisory Committee will provide oversight and review of the Associated Students’ management of the Aquatic Center. Meets once a quarter based on member availability.
Alcohol Advisory Committee
Alcohol Advisory Council encourages student health and wellness in an environment supportive of learning. It shall recommend policy and examine the following six areas as they pertain to alcohol and other drugs: Policies; Enforcement and Legal Issues; Education and Prevention Programs; Training, Intervention and Treatment; Assessment; & Resources.
Institutional Scholarship Committee
Collaborative committee that makes decisions regarding the distribution of the Sac State Scholarships.
Student Health Advisory Committee
The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) is a group of students who advise the Vice President of Student Affairs and the Director of the Student Health Services on health-related issues and on how the Student Health Services function, the services provided, operating procedures, and personnel selection.
State Hornet Publications Board
The purpose of this committee is to outline the organization, structure, functions and responsibilities of the State Hornet, a student-run newspaper serving California State University, Sacramento, and the relationship of the State Hornet to the campus.The Publications Board will act as the publisher of the State Hornet. The chair of the Publication Board will be elected yearly from the board (with the exclusion of the State Hornet editor in chief) by the board.
Committee for Persons with Disabilities
The committee seeks to increase the representation of persons with disabilities in its student enrollment and its employment of staff and faculty.
Campus Educational equity committee
Educational equity refers to providing equality of education for all students. This committee reviews and provides recommendations on Educational Equity programs and activities within the University. It considers new directions and ways to improve the qualitative strength of Educational Equity efforts; and prepares an annual report on Educational Equity to address present conditions and accomplishments and focus on directions for the next and succeeding years.
Academic Affairs Budget Advisory Committee
(1) The committee will serve the Provost of Academic Affairs in an advisory capacity on matters regarding the amount, structure, and distribution of the budget of the Office of Academic Affairs.
Information Resources and Technology
IRT Steering Committee
(As Needed) The IRT Steering Committee provides recommendations and advice to the Vice President and CIO (Steering Committee chair) on campus-wide information technology issues. This committee is interested in student representatives who have an interest in student use of information technology for teaching and learning. Keep in mind that does not at all require someone with technical knowledge of information technology (e.g. does not require a computer science major or similar). The ideal candidate would be someone who regularly uses SacCT, campus computer labs, AIRC study areas, etc for their academic work. Based on member availability.
University Union Board of Directors
The University Union Board of Directors is responsible for setting policy for the University Union Operations of Sacramento State
University Union Budget & Finance
Responsible for overseeing financial matters of the Union including: financial policies, reserves, and budget.
University Union Advisory Committee
The University Union is a community center for the University, for all members of the University family students, faculty, administration, staff, alumni and guests.
The WELL Advisory Committee
This committee will serve as an advising body to the WELL (A multi-use facility with multi-activity courts, weight and fitness rooms, climbing wall, indoor track and a new student health center). Meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 4p-5p.
Academic Policies Committee
Academic Policies Committee is a standing policy committee of the Faculty Senate, responsible for the development of policy and oversight of academic standards at California State University, Sacramento.
Committee on Diversity and Equity
Based on federal equal opportunity and affirmative action guidelines, the committee reviews, develops, and recommends to the Executive Committee revisions to existing goals, policies, and procedures in accordance with the University non-discrimination policies.
Council on the Preparation of School Personnel
The Council shall: review all Subject Matter Programs and Professional Preparation Programs for compliance with the University’s academic policies and regulations and recommend, as appropriate, revisions of course work or programs in the Subject Matter and/or Professional Preparation Programs. Identify and define issues related to the effective implementation of Subject Matter and Professional Preparation Programs.
Curriculum Policies Committee
It is a standing policy committee of the Faculty Senate, responsible for the development of policy and oversight of the curriculum for Graduate Majors, Undergraduate Majors and Other Curriculum Policy Matters.
Faculty Policies Committee
It is a standing policy committee of the Faculty Senate, responsible for the development and oversight of the policies and programs relating to faculty development and professional activities. The areas of responsibility include professional Development, Professional Standards, Diversity, Research and Creative Activities.
General Education Policies & Graduation Requirements Policies Committee
It is a standing policy committee of the Faculty Senate, responsible for the development of policy and oversight of the General Education Program and Graduation Requirements.
University Appointment, Retention, and Tenure Committee
The committee recommends changes in University ARTP policy through the Faculty Senate to the President. It reviews and recommends directly to the President, department, division, and college criteria, policies, and procedures applicable to the evaluation of faculty for the purpose of appointment, retention, tenure, and promotion. It advises the President on the allocation of all University promotion monies.
Graduate Studies Policies Committee
It is a standing policy committee of the Faculty Senate, responsible for issues relating to graduate education, graduate curriculum, planning and research including post-baccalaureate course offerings, degree programs, extension, admission and matriculation requirements, assistantships, fellowships, graduate student awards, grading, library services, and other matters related to post-baccalaureate and graduate instructional development and delivery.