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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Student Allocations Committee

Page address: http://www.mnsu.edu/mssa/committees/senate/allocation.html

Student Allocations Committee

SAC Chair: Brett Marshall

Administrative Liaison: Mark Constantine (Ex-officio, Non-voting)

Staff Facilitator and Accountant: Theresa Schwartz (Ex-officio, Nonvoting)

 

Meetings: Convened at the Call of the Student Allocations Committee Chair

Membership:

9 Appointed from Student Government From Other Constituencies Total =9
  • Wallace Pope (Appointed on August 29,2018 by the Student Government President, Elected Vice Chair 10/19/18)
  • Quinlan Robuck (Appointed on August 29,2018 by the Student Government President)
  • Kwandwo Owusu (Appointed on August 29,2018 by the Student Government President)
  • Alex Schmit (Appointed on October 3,2018 by the Student Government President)
  • Mohammed Sajal (Appointed on August 29,2018 by the Student Government President)
  • Brett Marshall (Appointed on August 29,2018 by the Student Government President, Elected Chair 10/12/18 )
  • Cher Vang (Appointed on September 19,2018 by the Student Government President)
  • Kyle Edwards (Appointed on September 12,2018 by the Student Government President)
  • Avery Hjerleid (Appointed on September 12,2018 by the Student Government President)

  • No more than 3 from the Student Senate
  • Mark Constantine (Administrative Liaison - Non-voting)
  • Theresa Schwartz (Staff Facilitator and Accountant - Non-voting)
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According to the Bylaws - Article IV, Section 3 (As Amended 4/26/17)

The Student Allocations Committee shall possess the authority to develop recommendations to ensure efficient budget handling by programs supported by student activity fees. The Student Allocations Committee shall make recommendations for the approval, modification, or rejection of the annual budget of student activity programs.

Voting membership of the Student Allocations Committee shall consist of nine (9) students. At most, three (3) shall also be members of the Senate.