Hello Hofstra Students,
As the school year is coming to a close, I want to draw your attention to a unique opportunity to get involved on campus next year. I am reaching out to you as the current chairperson of the Student Affairs Committee on the University Senate to encourage you to run for a position as a senator.
Being a part of the Student Affairs Committee would allow you to work on initiatives that affect the lives of every student on campus. This year, the Student Affairs Committee senators worked on clarifying and expanding the mental health services offered on campus, collaborated with the Student Government Association to host an event for students to talk directly with Public Safety, provided input on a policy change to consequences for plagiarism cases, and more.
If you have an initiative or an improvement you want to see, I urge you to apply. You will be able to work with peers, professors, deans, vice presidents, and even the provost to make progress and find solutions to the issues most important to you. The Student Affairs Committee looks forward to welcoming more diverse voices and dedicated students to our group.
I hope you consider running for a position to improve and serve the Hofstra community.
Student Affairs Committee Chair
There are four spots on the University Senate for Undergraduate Students, and one spot for Graduate and Law School Students.
University Senate meetings are typically held on the second Monday of each month at 3pm.
Eligible students must be nominated by petition of at least 10 voters.
Everyone who applies will be asked to submit a short focused statement (about 5 -7 sentences) with emphasis on those activities and ideas which best reflect his/her qualifications.
Applications and statements are due Thursday, April 26, 2018.
Elections will be held through the Hofstra Portal from May 1st at 9:00am until May 3rd at 5:00pm