Order of Business
- Call to Order
- Roll Call
- Approval of the Minutes & Agenda
- Executive Business
- President’s Report
- Executive Vice President’s Report
- VP for Financial Affairs Report
- Committee Chair Reports
- i. Chair of Student Life Report
- ii. Chair of Academic Affairs Report
- iii. Chair of University Affairs Report
- iv. Chair of Financial Affairs Report
- Unfinished Business
- New Business
- A Bill ( SB F 2013-04)
- Gallery Remarks
- Advisors’ Remarks
- Members’ Remarks
– Welcome new Representatives!
– Homecoming Week 2013: Caroline has more information on this week’s events.
- THANK YOU to all who went to the SGA Coffee Event!
– Meeting with the Deans
- Michael and I successfully met with each of the Deans. More information in his report.
– Academic Building Bulletin Boards
- In the process of getting a bulletin board, showcase, power point slide up in all of the academic buildings. (One per college, at least)
– Ohio Student Government Association Initiative
- This is an initiative to support the House Bill 111, which would permit Boards of Trustees across the state to decide for their selves whether or not student trustees would be able to vote on matters before the board. [See letter for more information]
– Dr. Dunn Installation Ceremony: Friday, November 1st at 1:00pm in Beeghly Center.
Executive Vice President’s Report
– Last Lecture Series
- Congratulations to Dr. Cooper who graciously accepted!!!
- Considering Tuesday, November 19th at 3:30
– Meet the Reps
- Sent out another email with survey
- Will compile times and send out an email verifying availability
– Academic Senate Meeting
- Faculty thought that a big issue was moving to D2 for sports
- Dr. Dunn didn’t feel that there was support for this and said that it wouldn’t actually save that much money.
- Classes being cut was up to department chairs- they should know best
– Academic Standards Committee Meeting
- Excused absence policy
- Currently writing this
- Some examples of what will be considered good reasons
- Teachers won’t be able to penalize you
- Still student’s responsibility to make up work
- Alternate assignment must be given
- Not meant to be a fix all- just a way to alleviate most of the problems
- Textbook royalties
- Postponed to next meeting
- Semester scheduling guidelines
- Used so that classes aren’t scheduled on top of each other
- Not much that can be changed
- Changing it to reflect full time’s contract saying that they can’t have class during the time that their union meetings usually are
- Really just have to get the word out about the guidelines and make sure that they’re being enforced
- Ability of professors to use +/- grades
- Postponed to spring semester
– Meeting with Dr. Sanders, Dean of Graduate Studies
- Interested in getting any feedback about the application process and ideas on how to market the Graduate Program better
- Interesting in us mentioning graduate programs during our outreach to high schools because some students will see that as an opportunity
– Meetings with Dean Howell, Dean Mosca, and Dean Licata
- Why do students need to reenroll after doing college in high school and then apply to YSU? They were already YSU students- needs efficiency
- High school guidance counselors aren’t on board with YSU
- Need more full time faculty to keep up with growing programs
- Feels YSU needs rebranded
- Get more students into short term or long term study abroad options
- Try to emphasize the importance of students getting involved in organizations
- Smoking around campus is an issue
- Chartwells prices are too high for events catering
- Need to talk to parents so they realize that something needs to change- even is students are living at home they need more independence once they’re in college- something needs to change once they start college
VP for Financial Affairs Report
SB F 2013-04
October 14, 2013
Making Appropriations for nine organization(s)
Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Youngstown State University Student Government Association assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Appropriations Fund not otherwise appropriated, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, for the activities of student organizations, namely:
Section 1: Iota Phi Theta is appropriated the sum of $125.00 to cover the cost of the general and community service registration fees for Fall Regionals which will be October 31st through November 2nd, 2013. This event will be held in Columbus, Ohio. Five (5) members are expected to attend.
Section 2: Men’s Golf Club is appropriated the sum of $800.00 to defray the cost of the tournament fee for the Atlantic Region Tournament 2 which will be October 26th and 27th, 2013. This event will be held in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Eight (8) members are expected to attend.
Section 3: Youngstown State University Student Chapter of American Dental Hygienists Association is appropriated the sum of $300.00 to cover the cost of lodging and table clinic brochures for the Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association Annual Session which will be November 1st through 3rd, 2013. This event will be held in Newark, Ohio. Twenty-four (24) members are expected to attend.
Section 4: Student Nonprofit Leadership Organization is appropriated the sum of $400.00 to cover the cost of hotel fees for the Center for Nonprofit Leadership Regional Case Study which will be October 26th, 2013. This event will be held in Cleveland, Ohio. Fifteen (15) members are expected to attend.
Section 5: Student Nonprofit Leadership Organization is appropriated the sum of $200.00 to cover the cost of catering for the Nonprofit Leadership Recruitment Mixer which will be October 29th, 2013. This event will be held in the Williamson College of Business. Twenty to thirty-five (20-35) people are expected to attend.
Section 6: Alpha Phi Delta is appropriated the sum of $1,000.00 to defray the cost of the registration fee for the Centennial Gala which will be April 4th through 6th, 2014. This event will be held in Washington, D.C. Four to six (4-6) members are expected to attend.
Section 7: International Students Association is appropriated the sum of $650.00 to cover the cost of security, food, decorations, and sound for the Fall International Students Formal which will be November 23rd, 2013. This event will be held in the DeBartolo Stadium Club. Three hundred (300) people are expected to attend.
Section 8: Interfraternity Council is appropriated the sum of $1,500.00 to defray the cost of registration and hotel fees for the American Fraternal Leadership Values Conference which will be February 6th through 9th, 2014. This event will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana. Five (5) members are expected to attend.
Section 9: Men’s Club Volleyball is appropriated the sum of $150.00 to cover the cost of the tournament entry fee for the Kent State Club Volleyball Tournament which will be November 2nd, 2013. This event will be held at Kent State University. All team members (8-10) are expected to attend.
Section 10: Dana Guitar Association is appropriated the sum of $1,000.00 to cover the cost of the recital and master class fee for the Guest Artist Recital and Masterclass: Dr. Andrew Zohn which will be April 8th, 2014. This event will be held in Bliss Hall. Two hundred (200) people are expected to attend.
Student Life Meeting Minutes 10-07-2013
Caroline called the meeting to order at 4:01 PM
Taylor took role
Present: Caroline Standohar, Taylor Greathouse, Marie Adams, Samantha Burton, Mary Carchedi, Carolyn Carney, Gabriella Gessler, Justen Vrabel, Rebecca Banks, Jennifer Reghetti, Kendal Malsch
Excused Absences: Kayla Richey Unexcused Absences: n/a
- New Business-
-Service Project is what Student Life will be working on for the month of November.
>Kendal’s school book drive
>Jen looking into a coat drive
-Relay for Life for the Spring Semester
>Discussed if this is something we want to pursue.
>We will make a decision in January about it.
-Breast Cancer walk in October
>Jen is looking into the information if we will have time for it.
- Unfinished Business-
-Meet the Reps: talked about the feedback we got from the two days, which is below.
>Everyone agreed that Wendy’s was a good spot to host the event.
>For the spring semester we would like to adjust the times to make it earlier on Tuesday/Thursday.
- Rec center
- Class Help
- Clean bathroom
- YSU police presence
- Wanting free wifi and in more places on campus or close to campus
- Students stay on campus more
- Music playing in wendys
- Activities for commuter students
- Shuttle times
- Classes being taught by GA (criminal justice, math)
- Professors not sticking to the material
- Want more class discussion
- Temperature regulation in the buildings
- Extended library hours (slippery rock -12am and Pitt -2am)
- Didn’t know about advisors until 2nd semester (business and music)
- More lights in the parking deck (cushwa)
- Price of food in the food court (KC)
- Don’t know where anything is (food court and study places)
Letter to SGA:
“The food service this year seems to be a step up in quality from last year. However, in Christman, we are not able to choose what we do or do not want. I see many people throwing away the things that they were forced to take as a meal. It is extremely difficult to eat healthy when you can only receive vegetables when you also take a serving of pasta or potatoes with it. What I would like to see is for students to be able to make the decision of what to put on their plate, and what to leave for others, rather than waste the items that came with that option. Thank you for considering this potential for improvement.”
Kelsey Kridler “
-Midterm coffee giveaway:
>SGA coffee selves are ordered.
>Monday October 14th from 7:30am to 10am.
>Marie is making FB event page, and it will be in the HC flyer.
-SGA tailgate: passed around the signup sheet again. Saturday October 19th 11am to 2pm. Volunteers get a free t-shirt. All set for MVR catering, $800.00 budget for the tailgate. MVR will deliver at 11am.
>Caroline talking to Debbie about hot chocolate and desserts
>Gabby bringing cooler for drinks
>Caroline purchasing drinks
>3 servings of penne pasta with spaghetti sauce, 1.5 servings of meatballs, 3 servings of chicken strips, 3 potatoes =$555.00
Caroline adjourned the meeting at 4:36PM
Academic Affairs Committee Meeting Minutes
- Roll Call at 4:01 pm
- Last Lecture Series
- Dr. Cooper was very honored to accept our invitation to speak in November (Specific date and time to be announced)
- Four Year plan
- Joe Lamping met with Dr. Buckler and discussed future plans
i. Still putting curriculums together
ii. Updating advising website (any comments or suggestions?)
- Meeting with Dean Licata of the Business School (Michael Slavens)
- Her thoughts on first year experience
- She also added more thoughts on her plans for the business school Smoking around campus
- Talked about +/- grades. [This was discussed in the Academic Standards Committee (Senate)]
- Concluded at 4:26pm
University Affairs Committee
October 7, 2013
- Call to Order 4:02
- Roll Call
- Present: All members were present
- Executive Reports
- Vice President
i. Party Concerns with Busing
- Spoke to Carrie Anderson
ii. Smoking Initiative
- Joy Polkalba-Byers- committee has yet to reconvene
- A current university policy
- Problem areas: Cushwa
- Follow up with Dean Mosca
- Group Consensus:
- Issue that is not of dire importance at the current moment
- Southern Park Mall-Max
- Eastwood Mall- Paige
- Shops at Boardman Park- Frank
iv. Study Lounges
- Campus poll of study lounges in each building
- Redo/ Add/ etc.
- Adding one to Beeghly Center?
- Creating a committee to do community volunteer work
- Local Business/ Organizations
- Starting with SGA members, then expand?
- Paint a better picture of YSU students, while helping the surrounding community
- Secretary of Technology
i. T-shirts to come
- Will vote on design at body meeting with mock ups
- Contacting Carrie Anderson about possible Pete usage/ change
- Up to date except for pictures, which will be coming
- Chair of Enrollment Committee
i. First meeting will be Monday following the body meeting, in the Hynes Room
ii. Please contact Alyssa if you are interested in joining/ helping out
- Old Business
- Finances and Facilities
i. Student Portal
- Jack Fahey very interested in creating a tab
- Academic computing, will talk with Michael Slavens more
- University Development
- External Affairs
i. See Downtown Discounts above
- New Business
- Future Guest Speakers
i. New Youngstown Mayor?
ii. Scott Smith
- New Initiatives
i. Credit/ No Credit
- Pushing back date for which students have time to choose grading option
- Jude to contact Jeanne Herman
- Study Lounges
i. See above under Vice President Report
Financial Affairs Report Monday, October 7th, 2013
Charesse called the meeting to order at 4:01 PM.
Members Absent: Jordan Brlan
**A member of the Jambar was present during our meeting today.
Organization Name: iota phi theta
Total Number of Members: 5
Contact Person: Steffin Poole
Contact Phone Number: 2163082806
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Michael Beverly
Advisor’s Phone Number: 3309413538
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: pie in the I
donations at organizational tables
donations at different events on campus
What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: community clean up
boy and girls club last semester
planning turkey drive for fall semester
school supply drive
Name of Event: fall regionals
Date of Event: 10/17/2013-10/20/2013
Location: Columbus Ohio
Expected Participation: 8
Total Cost of Event: 350.00
Description of Event: iota phi theta fall regional is a weekend of training for members of the fraternity we attend community service, presidential meeting, membership meetings, new members meeting,
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: this event teaches the local chapter how to hold good campus events and also how to keep the school and the community in tact with each other we also learn how to be leaders on the campus as well as out side of the campus and we receive new community service ideas as well
|sleeping arrangements/ hotel||69.00 night|
|com service registration||50.00|
AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $150.00 TO COVER THE COST OF GENERAL REGISTRATION AND THE COMMUNITY SERVICE REGISTRATION
Organization Name: YSU Men’s Club Golf
Total Number of Members: 13
Contact Person: Zach Smith
Contact Phone Number: 740-819-6259
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Albert J. Summel
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1678
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We have not yet had the chance to fundraise for our club but something that will be stressed over winter break.
What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: We want to be involved in helping out the university or local areas in any way possible.
Name of Event: Atlantic Region Tournament 2
Date of Event: October 26,27
Location: Bellefonte, PA
Expected Participation: 8
Total Cost of Event: $1,832.00
Description of Event: 2 day tournament (overnight)
18 holes each day (36 total)
Atlantic Region (PA, WV states)
7 teams (including YSU)
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Networking with other university students
AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $800.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF THE TOURNAMENT FEE
Organization Name: YSU Student Chapter of ADHA
Total Number of Members: 33
Contact Person: Celeste Popio
Contact Phone Number: (330)402-9729
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Maureen Vendemia
Advisor’s Phone Number: (330)941-1899
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Our organization conducts about four toothbrush sales per semester, where we sell toothbrushes on campus at the low and affordable cost of one dollar. We currently have four sales already scheduled in both Kilcawley Center and Cushwa for this current semester. We also had a fundraiser in Spring 2013 where we sold bags made of 100% recyclable material earning 50% of the profit. We plan on having another sale within the next few weeks to help defray the costs of upcoming events and expenses. Lastly, we are in the process of setting up a sale for Oral-B power tooth brushes and Oral-B whitening strips. We have been in steady contact with our University’s Oral-B representative reviewing acceptable profit goals and prices. We plan to engage this sale within the next month or so.
What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: As the YSU Student Chapter of ADHA we take great pride in our community service efforts. Annually, we have participated in selling toothbrushes at the low cost of one dollar on campus, baking Christmas cookies at the Newman Center for Battered Women and Children, fulfilled the wishes of four children in last year’s campus Giving Tree, volunteered to help with the set up of the Heart Walk held on campus, put-together dental hygiene care packages for soldiers away at war in conjunction with Sisters for Soliders. In the near future, we also plan on distributing toothbrushes and tooth paste to underpriveleged children in the Youngstown City School District and to the Harambee Youth Coalition.
Name of Event: Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association Annual Session
Date of Event: November 1-3, 2013
Location: Newark, Ohio
Expected Participation: 24
Total Cost of Event: $1,680.34
Description of Event: YSU dental hygiene students who are members of the YSU Student Chapter of the ADHA will be attending the Ohio Dental Hygienists’s Associations’ Annual Session in Newark, Ohio. It will be held at Cherry Valley Lodge on November 1-3, 2013. Two students (the President and Vice President) will be delegates while two additional students (Secretary and Treasurer) will serve as alternate delegates. All delegates will be representatives of Youngstown State University at the session. Twenty-four students will be presenting table clinics to practicing hygienists and students in the state of Ohio.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Youngstown State University will be represented at this important, professional, state event by the university’s dental hygiene students. The delegates will be participating in the House of Delegates where each Ohio dental hygiene school is represented along with each component in the state. By participating, students will learn what takes places at the annual session event and are given the opportunity to provide input regarding important state matters that effect the profession of dental hygiene. These students are also able to showcase their professional knowledge gained at YSU by presenting their research in the form of table clinics.
|Transportation (6 vehicles, 340 mi. roundtrip)||$900.00|
|Lodging (2 nights)||$246.34|
|Table Clinic Brochures||$50.00|
AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $300.00 TO COVER THE COST OF LODGING AND TABLE CLINIC BROCHURES
Organization Name: Student Nonprofit Leadership Organization (SNLO)
Total Number of Members: 20
Contact Person: Danielle Adair
Contact Phone Number: 330-599-9147
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Laura Dewberry
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1870
Advisor’s Email: LJMcCaskey@ysu.edu
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Recently SNLO has put forth the following fundraising efforts:
-SNLO Member Dues
– Annual Cornhole Tournament with Chance Auction
-Raffle Tickets for YSU Parking Pass
– Friday’s Restaurant One Night Event (percentage of purchase donated to our organization)
Currently our fundraising plans include the following:
– Selling YSU Designed Rocks
– Tim Johnson (former YSU football player & NFL player) autographed photo and raffle ticket for signed jersey
What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization: SNLO has recently participated in the following community service activities:
– Pay It Forward Initiative
– Habitat for Humanity Build Day
– Habitat Restore
– Akron Children’s American Girl Doll Fashion Show
– Animal Charities
– Day of Caring
Our future plans include the following events:
-WCBA Briefcase Brigade
-Angels for Animals
-Pay It Forward Initiative
-Habitat for Humanity of Mahoning Valley
All fifteen SNLO members are required to participate in community service activities; to give back to the community, gain valuable knowledge as well as experience within the Nonprofit Sector. The members of SNLO are committed to participating on behalf of the organization and the YSU body.
Name of Event: Center for Nonprofit Leadership Regional Case Study Exercise
Date of Event: October 26, 2013
Location: Radisson Hotel- Downtown, Cleveland, Ohio
Expected Participation: 15
Total Cost of Event: $750.00
Description of Event: We are conducting a Regional Case Study with the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland. During the duration of the event we will analysis a current situation/ event, participate in team building activites/projects, work with individuals who have been in this respected field for years, learn about procedures and policies of nonprofit, and conduct research on topics provided.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This will benefit YSU and the student body by gaining exposure to our campus in a different setting, showcasing what we have learned as students and networking.
|4 Hotel Rooms for One Night||$400.00|
|Travel Expenses- Driving||$60.00|
|Travel Expenses- Parking||$40.00|
AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $400.00 TO COVER THE COST OF THE HOTEL ROOMS
Name of Event: Nonprofit Leadership Recruitment Mixer
Date of Event: October 29, 2013
Location: WCBA (located on the 3rd floor)
Expected Participation: 20-35
Total Cost of Event: $300.00
Description of Event: The Student Nonprofit Recruitment Mixer is a great way to recruit new and current students on campus. Our plans will be to invite students, community business professionals, current YSU Students, past students, faculty and staff to this event. This mixer will open up the opportunity to learn more about our organization in a fun setting environment. During the day of the event, current SNLO students will greet individuals, food and drinks (non-alcoholic) will be provided and plenty of networking opportunities will be available. A brief presentation will be given by past students and nonprofit community leaders about their experience in the nonprofit world, the outcomes they had to face in their career and receive more knowledge about the nonprofit minor. Most students are unfamiliar and unaware about nonprofits; our goal is to give them an idea about this field and to let them know that this minor is open to anyone wishing to pursue it.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: The Nonprofit Leadership Recruitment Mixer will be very beneficial to YSU and the student body. This mixer allows community leaders the opportunity to interact with campus, reach out to the current and future student and faculty. Our hopes’ is to show the community what Youngstown State University has to offer and how our University provides a broad range of opportunities.
AMOUNT RECOMMENED: $200.00 FROM CHARTWELLS TO COVER THE COST OF CATERING
Organization Name: Alpha Phi Delta
Total Number of Members: 24
Contact Person: Leo Daprile
Contact Phone Number: 3305023311
Contact Email: email@example.com
Advisor: Todd Pilipovich
Advisor’s Phone Number: ext. 1662
Advisor’s Email: Tjpilipovich@ysu.edu
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Summer 2013: Car Washes
Spring 2013: Bake Sales, Brother Auctions, Restaurant Nights
Fall 2013: Bake Sales, Brother Auctions, Restaurant Nights
What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: We have held multiple blood drives, clothing drives, and worked with the Autism Society of Mahoning valley this summer. We plan to continue past events.
Name of Event: Centennial Gala
Date of Event: April 4, 5, 6
Location: Washington DC
Expected Participation: 6
Total Cost of Event: 2,625
Description of Event: It is our fraternity’s 100 year celebration in Washington DC. It will be the biggest fraternal event to date
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This is event is not only a celebration but a leadership conference. Members of the fraternity hold campus leadership positions and are involved in more then 1 group. The skills and experiences gained will be brought back and used to become better organizational members.
AMOUNT RECOMMENED: $1,000.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF REGISTRATION FEES
Organization Name: International Students Association
Total Number of Members: 200
Contact Person: Brittany Raye
Contact Phone Number: 9403877391
Contact Email: Bnraye@my.ysu.edu
Advisor: Annette El-Hayek
Advisor’s Phone Number: 3309412336
Advisor’s Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Bake sale 2/29/12, 9/16/11
selling chocolate bar fall 2011
What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Volunteering to serve at church diner
volunteer to do tour for new students
volunteer to talk to international high school student Spring 2012
Name of Event: Fall International students Formal
Date of Event: 11/23/2013
Location: DeBartolo Stadium Club, YSU
Expected Participation: 300
Total Cost of Event: $790
Description of Event: International student formal is an event held twice a year, fall and spring for YSU international students. It is open to all YSU students. Food and Non-alcoholic drinks are served, there is music and dance, fashion show and raffles are also held. It is generally formal events which is attended by CISP Officers, professors and some invited guests.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: International Students formal has become a platform where student from different cultures meet and share ideas, know other cultures and most importantly it serves a way to exhibit the american experience.
|Food (estimated for 300 persons)||350|
|Sounds and Musics system||110|
|Total $ 790|
AMOUNT RECOMMENED: $650.00 TO COVER THE COST OF SECURITY, FOOD, DECORATIONS, AND SOUND
Organization Name: Interfraternity Council
Total Number of Members: 150
Contact Person: Sean Thomas
Contact Phone Number: 330-402-7817
Contact Email: Sean_Thomas45@yahoo.com
Advisor: Carrie Anderson
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-4702
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Currently, we have been selling t-shirts to raise money and plan on continuing this effort. We have also been doing small events like raffles and restaurant take overs.
What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: The Interfraternity Council is made up of five member chapters and our members participate in their chapter events. Events that our member participate in include Derby Days, Rock-Til-Dawn, and Y-Town Beat Down.
Our council has recently adopted a philanthropic cause separate from our member chapters. We now support the New Lease on Life Animal Shelter and are working on planning events for the end of the Fall semester and through out the Spring semester to benefit and support the shelter.
Name of Event: American Fraternal Leadership Values Conference
Date of Event: February 6 – February 9, 2014
Location: Indianapoli, Indiana
Expected Participation: 5
Total Cost of Event: $2250.00
Description of Event: The AFLV conference brings together several thousand fraternity and sorority members from across the country to collaborate on leadership techniques. Speakers and presenters lead sessions on marketing, recruiting, member education, values education, relationship skills, and various leadership techniques. Members who attend the conference are able to network with other fraternity members from across the country along with delegates and leaders from other national organizations.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Through attending this conference, the men associated with the Interfraternity Council will have the opportunity to attend two days worth of sessions with topics ranging from leadership development, member education, and risk management. The participants will then be able to take new skills and techniques developed at the conference and improve the quality of membership for all students currently involved in the Interfraternity Council. Our members will be able to take their improved leadership skills developed from the conference to other campus organizations in which they participate, further increasing the development of other campus leaders not directly affiliated with our membership.
|Registration ($250/person x 5)||$1250.00|
|Hotel ($100/person x 5)||$500.00|
|Travel ($100/person x 5)||$500.00|
AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $1,500.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF REGISTRATION AND HOTEL FEES
Organization Name: YSU Men’s Club Volleyball
Total Number of Members: 8-10
Contact Person: Kevin Johnson
Contact Phone Number: 330-720-4774
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Amy Cossentino
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-719-3383
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We are planning on holding a club volleyball tournament on November 9th as a fundraiser.
What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: As a team we have played against a local high school team to help them practice. We do not setup community service as a group, but individually we are involved in local churches, food banks, Little League Baseball, and high school athletics.
Name of Event: Kent State Club Volleyball Tournament
Date of Event: 11/2/2013
Location: Kent State4 University
Expected Participation: Full
Total Cost of Event: $175
Description of Event: Our club volleyball team will travel to Kent State University to participate in a tournament. There will be 12-15 club volleyball teams there, and participate in a tournament.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This will give YSU students a chance to compete in a competitive environment. We will interact with other universities, and get to promote YSU through a competition with nearby colleges.
|Tournament Entry Fee||$150|
|Travel (Gas money)||$25|
AMOUNT RECOMMENED: $150.00 TO COVER THE COST OF THE TOURNAMENT ENTRY FEE
Organization Name: Dana Guitar Association of YSU
Total Number of Members: 15
Contact Person: Christopher Mrofchak
Contact Phone Number: 330-979-3343
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Dr. François Fowler
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-565-4576
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Recently put forth:
-We have received funds from two local businesses who have generously supported our organization.
-We have bake sales every semester. -We are planning to raise money through a guitar raffle.
What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Participated in recently:
-Last semester we gave free recitals in venues such as schools, and retirement facilities and nursing homes (i.e. Shepherd of the Valley Assisted Living, Poland, and Park Vista Assisted Living, Fifth Avenue, Youngstown).
What is being planned? -Our members are planning to play many free concerts and give presentations in local high schools and middle schools, and nursing homes.
-We work to bring in guest artists to the YSU campus. It is part of the DGA’s mission to promote the arts in the greater Youngstown area. Several recent concerts include guest artist recitals by Thomas Viloteau (France), Vladimir Gorbach (Russia), Joe Negri (USA). All of these concerts were free and open to the public.
Name of Event: Guest Artist Recital and Masterclass: Dr. Andrew Zohn (Internationally acclaimed guitarist and pedagogue).
Date of Event: April 8, 2014
Location: Bliss Recital Hall, Dana School of Music, YSU
Expected Participation: 200
Total Cost of Event: $1000
Description of Event: International prize-winning classical guitarist, recording artist, composer and educator Dr. Andrew Zohn will be giving a recital at YSU. He will also be conducting a master-class for YSU students. The concert and master-class are free and open to all YSU students, faculty, and staff, as well as the general public.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Bringing a world-class artist to campus will expose YSU students to music they might not have heard before, performed at a high level of musicianship and virtuosity. His concert will feature music from around the world and will enrich YSU students’ cultural awareness. Concerts like these are a vital part of the performing arts community in the greater Youngstown area.
YSU guitar students will also have the rare opportunity to play for Dr. Zohn in a master-class setting. Such classes are excellent educational opportunities for YSU students, and are also free and open to the public.
|• Recital and Masterclass Fee||$1000|
AMOUNT RECOMMENED: $1,000.00 TO COVER THE RECITAL AND MASTERCLASS FEE
Meeting adjourned at 5:23 PM.