There are a variety of ways you can get involved in the larger Student Affairs community. Some examples are indicated below
Numerous committees are available within the university. Employees within Student Affairs are active in a number of division-specific groups in addition to committees that have representation from outside the division. Examples include but are not Plunge Into Purple, Pirate Palooza, Homecoming, Environmental, Staff Senate, Student involvement & Leadership also includes over 300 student organizations which each have faculty/staff advisors.
The Student Affairs Executive Council (SAEC) consists of direct reports to the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs. The Student Affairs Leadership Team (SALT) consists of direct reports to an Executive Council member.
There are a number of short-term or event-specific opportunities available to assist implementation of programs or initiatives. Some of these include Pirate Palooza, Student Convocation, Polar Bear Plunge, Graduation, and Residence Hall Move-in among others. Opportunities will periodically be announced through emails to the Student Affairs listserv.