University Auxiliary Services has joined with students to organize a "Student Services Council" to better meet the needs of the student body.
What is the Student Services Council (SSC)?
The Student Services Council is a group of students who represent the student body in collaboration with University Food Services, The University Store, and Print & Copy Services to match the diverse student needs on our campus.
What is the Purpose of the Council?
The Council will play a key role in voicing the concerns and desires of students and the University in general to all of Auxiliary Services.
What is in it for me as a member of the Council?
While it is not a paid position, there are many amazing benefits to being a part of the SSC.
· You will receive invaluable experience working with the Auxiliary Services Management Team, Culinary Team, and other organizations on campus
· You will gain exciting marketing experience and new friends
· You will try new food items
· Participate in Secret Shopping Programs
· Create Student Events that will be instrumental in creating changes on campus that will make every day a better day in the lives of your peers
These are only a few of the many benefits that highlight this unique opportunity.
Who runs the Council?
The University Services Marketing Coordinator will interview and appoint a Chairman of the Council. Each Auxiliary Area will have an advisor who will be available as a mentor; however, this is a student led organization.
What will be required of me?
Council Members will be required to fulfill assignments from the Council Chairman in between the Council's weekly meetings, ranging from organizing focus groups to being "Secret Shoppers." These assignments will allow you to gather student opinions in areas we are excelling in and receive feedback for areas we need to improve upon.
Who will be on the Council?
The Council will consist of 12-15 motivated students representing various groups that may include:
· SRC (Student Representative Council)
· Freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes
· Married/un-married students
· On-campus/off-campus housing
· Student Activities
· Campus Associations
· Student media (Scroll/I-News, etc.)
· Other students at large who apply
Applications will be accepted from all students. You do not have to be affiliated with specific organizations to apply or be accepted as a Council Member.
How do I apply?
The application can be accessed by clicking on the link below or in the University Food Services Business Office, located in Manwaring Center Room 276.
Applications can be submitted to Brett Sampson in person in Kimball 226K or e-mailed to email@example.com.
We look forward to working with you!!