Apply to join the 2020-2021 Student Advisory Committee
UPDATE: AUSU is still looking for a student from the Faculty of Science and Technology to join the Student Advisory Committee! If you are interested, submit the application by September 30, 2020.
Want a chance to get involved with your AU students’ union?
Would you like to provide invaluable feedback for both AU and AUSU priorities and gain some great experience in the process?
AUSU is now accepting applications for a new Student Advisory Committee. The primary role of the committee will be to provide the leadership of AUSU and its stakeholders with feedback on varying student topics as required throughout the year.
Such topics may include:
- AU service standards
- AUSU advocacy priorities
- Bylaw and policy revision feedback
- New initiatives feedback
- University services
You can sit on this committee no matter where you live, and whether you are in an AU program or taking open studies courses. Committee work is done entirely by email and teleconference. There are 10 seats available to AUSU members, which will include at least one program student from each AU undergraduate faculty.
Membership: Membership on the committee will align with the AUSU fiscal year (October 1, 2020, to September 30, 2021). The committee membership is voluntary, and members will still be eligible to apply for AUSU awards and bursaries.
You can read the full terms of reference for the Student Advisory Committee online here.
Time Commitment: The majority of the committee work will be done by email. Members will occasionally be asked to provide feedback on various student topics throughout the year, and should expect to devote up to 1 – 2 hours per month for email correspondence. The committee may also be called upon to attend teleconference meetings to discuss specific topics, with a minimum of one-week notice being provided for the meeting. Members will require access to a computer with internet connection and/or reliable phone.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact AUSU at [email protected].