To assume the social justice advocacy work that continues to be vital in the pursuit of a just and equitable campus community, easing the burden on identity-based clubs as they transition their focus to fostering community.
B. Powers and Responsibilities
- Identify barriers to a just and equitable campus community,
- Identify possible solutions to these barriers.
- Create a plan based on solutions for the ASUPS Cabinet to carry out.
- Establish consistency, trust, and transparency between members in order to create a space where students can advocate for themselves and their community without fear of retaliation, and where their concerns are heard and respected.
- Each semester, the chair must develop a report outlining the group’s progress. All reports must be delivered during the final three weeks of the semester to the ASUPS President, ASUPS Vice President, Vice President for Institutional Equity and Diversity, and Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students.
- Additional powers and responsibilities as delegated by the ASUPS Executive Officers, in accordance with Constitution Article I, Section 4.
- ASUPS Director of Equity, Inclusion, and Justice, chair.
- ASUPS President.
- ASUPS Director of Clubs and Student Interests.
- ASUPS Senate Identity-based Club Liaison.
- ASUPS Cultural Consciousness Programmer.
- One student representative from each identity-based club, appointed by their corresponding identity-based club leader.
- Three Students-at-Large, appointed by the President in consultation with the Director of Equity, Inclusion, and Justice.
- Interfraternal Equity, Inclusion and Justice board member.
- Panhellenic Director of Equity, Inclusion, and Justice.
- Vice President for Institutional Equity and Diversity, or designee.
- Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, or designee.
- One faculty member, nominated by the Faculty Senate and confirmed by the Director of Equity, Inclusion, and Justice.
The Student Advocacy Board shall convene twice each month, or as called by the chair
To be considered official, semester-end reports from the Student Advocacy Board must be adopted by a majority vote of the body