Office of Academic & Student Affairs
The Commission shall consist of the Executive Commissioner, at least three Senators, and at least four At Large members appointed by the Executive Commissioner and approved by the Senate. The maximum number of elected/appointed is at the discretion of the Executive Commissioner. The Senators shall be selected from and by the current Senate. Applications for At Large members shall be announced over the Student ANNOUNCEment Listserv the first two weeks of the academic year and as necessary.
Duties of the Executive Commissioner
Serve as representative for the ASA Commission at the Senate meetings and any other necessary function. Appoint the Secretary of the Commission. The Secretary shall be responsible for maintaining accurate minutes of Commission meetings and presenting them for approval at the beginning of each meeting. Serve as a member of the Advisory Board for Student Affairs. Perform other pertinent duties as set forth by the Student Body President and Vice President.
Tuesday at 8PM in the Student Government Office
Duties of the Commission
Address the concerns of the Student Body and give input to University committees on students’ views and opinions. Respond appropriately to student concerns relating to both academic and student affairs. Meet on a weekly basis, excluding holidays and finals week, or as deemed necessary by the Commissioner. Each member of the Commission is encouraged to have an individual project for which they are responsible. Establish an outline of the Commission’s goals at the beginning of each semester. Attempt to achieve a balance between projects focusing on student services and projects focusing on academic affairs.
Time: TBD this fall, in the Student Government Office
|Noah Engels, Executive Commissioner of Academic & Student Affairs|
Please contact Noah Engels with any student concerns or questions about ASA.
About the ASA Executive Commissioner
Hometown: Maddock, ND
Major: Ag. Economics
Hobby: Water Polo, Stamp Collecting, Golfing
Fun Fact: One of his legs is shorter than the other
Organizations: Bison Ambassadors, Ag. Business Club, S&S