The call for staff and faculty volunteers for committee membership is issued campus-wide by the Faculty Senate Office each spring. Contact Vickie Nunnemaker at 541-737-4344 or via email for information. All other questions should be directed to the committee ex-officio listed after each description.
Students interested in committee membership should contact the ASOSU Director of Committees to learn more about the application process.
Recreational Sports Advisory Board
Advises the director of Recreational Sports in establishing and administering policies and procedures of the facilities, formulated budgets and long range plans for student fee funded recreational sport programs and facilities.
Membership consists of 5 faculty, professional, and classified, 7 students (ASOSU VP, 6 at-large), and 2 ex-officio. Resource person: ASOSU Director of Committees.
Contact Leah Hall Dorothy, Ex-Officio
Sports Club Committee
This committee is the primary governing body of all aspects of the Oregon State University Sports Clubs program and is responsible for establishing and reviewing policies related to the operation of the program, evaluating and reviewing budget requests, allocating individual club moneys, and making recommendations regarding club and individual member conduct and disciplinary issues.
Membership consists of 4 faculty, professional, and classified; 5 students, and 1 ex-officio. Resource person: ASOSU Director of Committees.
Contact Leah Hall Dorothy
Student Conduct Committee
Recommends policy concerning the conduct of students and serves as a review and hearing body which determines whether a student's conduct is in violation of university regulations or interferes with and obstructs the educational mission and responsibilities of the university.
Membership consists of 5 faculty, 5 students, and 1 ex-officio. Resource person: ASOSU Director of Committees.
Contact Carol Millie
Student Health Advisory Board
This committee exists as a forum for students to have a voice in the direction of their student health services and presents an ideal opportunity for those students interested in health to give input.
This committee serves as an advisory group to the directors and the leadership team of the Student Health Services and is the first step in the health service budget approval process.
Membership consists of 4 faculty members; 10 students (1 Non-Senate member of the ASOSU, 1 member from the Non-Traditional Affairs Task Force, 1 graduate student, 1 ASOSU Senator, 1 student appointed by ISOSU and 5 at-large students), 1 representative from Disability Access Services, and 3 ex-officio members.
Contact Gaby Bustos Ramos
Orange Media Network Committee
This committee is the governing body and policy board for all student media at Oregon State University. Reviews the operations of student media; hires all editors and managers; reviews complaints; and establishes general operating policies for student media.
Membership consists of 4 faculty, professional, and classified; 4 students (at-large), and 10 ex-officio. Resource person: ASOSU Director of Committees.
Contact Candace Baltz
Student Organization Alignment Group (SOAG)
SOAG is a representative body intended to support success of recognized student organizations at Oregon State University and is responsible for the establishment, review and revision of policy, education, training and standards of care for student organizations, their student leadership and advisors.
Membership consist of 5 standing members (4 faculty and 1 student), 5 at-large members (2 faculty, 3 students) and 4 Ad Hoc/ex-officio.
Contact Dante Holloway, Committee Chair
Student/Parent Advisory Board
The Student/Parent Advisory Board oversees OSU’s child care centers and the child care subsidy programs. It serves as the budgeting board for the Our Little Village student fee and helps identify goals of the Childcare & Family Resources Office. The board meets twice a month to discuss and respond to current issues and trends for parents at OSU.
Membership consists of 8 to 12 members, with the number of of staff and faculty members not exceeding the number of student members.
Contact Kristi King
University Housing Committee
Advises the director of university student housing in the development of housing facilities and programs to meet the needs and interests of students.
Membership consists of 4 faculty, professional, and classified; 3 students from these areas: (RHA president, ICC representative, hall director, residence hall student, international student, Orchard Court Community Interest Group representative); 1 community representative, and 2 ex-officios. Resource person: ASOSU Director of Committees.
Contact Stephen Jenkins
Women's Center Advisory Board
The Women's Center Advisory Committee serves in an advisory capacity to uphold the mission of the Women's Center and assist in the development and promotion of activities and programs. The roles and responsibilities of members include, but are not limited to: designing programs, and activities; fundraising; network/liaison with community groups; providing resources for the Women's Center; acting as advocates for women on campus; projecting priorities and goals for the Women's Center; evaluating the Women's Center's effectiveness in meeting its mission and goals; and participating in selection of the Women's Center director.
Membership consists of 5 faculty and professional, 6 students, 3 community members, 4 classified staff, and ex-officio (Women's Center director, Women Studies director, President's Commission on the Status of Women liaison, Women's Affairs Task Force coordinator, Affirmative Action director, Sexual Assault Prevention/Education program coordinator, LGBT advocate, and Minority & Disabled Students advocate. Resource person: ASOSU Director of Committees.
Contact Whitney Archer