(3 at-large & 5 AS club reps. Meets weekly) Recognizes AS Clubs, establish policies, and grant funding to a wide range of campus activities, events and conferences. AS Committee.
(1 at-large. 1 RHA Rep. Meets at least once a quarter.) Evaluates and manages the operations, finances, review student input, identify issues, as well as recommend changes in the fee of the Western Student Transportation program. AS Committee.
(4-5 students at-large. Meets weekly.) Evaluate the structure of the Associated Students of WWU and work to maximize student engagement, representation and leadership development. AS Committees.
(3-5 at-large. Bi-weekly during winter & weekly meetings during spring quarter.) Reviews the budget proposals of the AS organizations and activities. AS Committee.
(12 at-large students, no more than two from any one organization or club. Meets for training and grievance hearings as needed during spring quarter.) Makes decisions, in accordance to AS Election code, concerning the fairness of AS Election proceedings through hearings regarding candidate grievances. AS Committee.
(3-5 at-large. Meetings determined by chair.) Reviews and recommends changes to the AS Election Code in order to simplify and clarify the Code and the AS Election process. To encourage more professional campaigns, greater voter turnout, and increase participation in the election process. AS Committee.
(1 representative per ESC club) The President’s Council provides a forum in which the leadership of the internal Ethnic Student Center (ESC) organizations can come together to foster communication and teamwork. The Council serves as a support and resource group for ESC leadership. Students for this committee are nominated through the ESC.
(1 representative per ESC club: Meets every Tuesday from 5-6 PM in VU 567) This committee sets policies and procedures for the Ethnic Student Center and maintains the mission of the organization. It serves as the facilitator for the disbursement of programming funds, and ratifies new Ethnic Student Center clubs. Students for this committee are nominated through the ESC.
(2-3 at-large. Meets once or twice a month for an hour.) Reviews policies and operational procedures for Viking Union Facilities (Child Development Center, Recycle Center, Lakewood, Viqueen Lodge, etc.). AS Committee.
(6-8 at-large Meets weekly for 1-2 hours.) Increase student involvement, formulate policies and positions of the ASWWU relating to legislative activities. Approve the use of the Legislative Action Fund to enhance efforts that directly represent students in legislative activities. AS Committee.
(4 at-large. Typically meets bi-weekly in fall & spring and weekly in winter.) Makes recommendations to the AS Board regarding structure, policies, and procedures and carries out the implementation of the Triennial Assessment Program (TAP). AS Committee.
(4 at-large. Meets at least once a quarter.) Oversee the operations and finances of the Student Technology Fee. Including evaluation of the Student Technology Fee program, review student input, identify issues, and recommend changes in the fee as well as the program as a whole. AS Committee.
(2 at-large. Meets for selection process only.) Recommends 3 Student Trustee Candidates to the Board of Directors who pass it on to the Governor of Washington for approval. AS Committee.
(3 at-large. Meets at least once a quarter.) Hears project proposals, and awards funding as well as assessing The Sustainable Action Fund Fee, a mandatory student fee that is used to purchase RECs and fund innovative student-driven projects that address education, on-campus sustainability, and campus outreach. AS Committee.
(3 at-large. Meets at will of chair Summer/Fall 2015.) Hears project proposals, and awards funding as well as assessing The Sustainable Action Fund Fee, a mandatory student fee that is used to purchase RECs and fund innovative student-driven projects that address education, on-campus sustainability, and campus outreach. AS Committee.
(4 at-large & 1 RHA rep, meets once a month) Increases student involvement in the development, revision of ideas, and promotion of the all-campus transportation pass program for Western. Monitors all legislation concerning transportation. AS Committee.