AS Presents  Representative

Qualifications
You're a student of HSU, that's not already an the A.S. Board of Director member

If you're an undergraduate, you need to 

  • maintain at least nine (9) semester units - for both Spring 2019 and Fall 2019

  • have a minimum HSU cumulative and semester GPA of 2.3

  • have successfully completed at least twelve (12) semester units at HSU since April 2018

You're allowed to earn a maximum of 132 cumulative semester units or 125 percent of the units required for a specific baccalaureate degree objective, whichever is greater.

Students holding over the maximum number of cumulative units will not be eligible to run for a major student government office.

If you're a Post-baccalaureate, you need to

  • maintain six (6) semester units of credit per term
  • have a post-baccalaureate minimum HSU cumulative and semester GPA of 3.0
  • be enrolled and making satisfactory progress in a degree/credential program while running for office

Post-baccalaureate students are allowed to earn a maximum of 50 cumulative units or 167 percent of the units required for the graduate or credential objective, whichever is greater. 

Students holding over the maximum number of cumulative units will not be eligible to run for a major student government office.

Responsibilities, Duties & Rights

Serve as the spokesperson of the A.S. Presents and work in conjunction with the CenterArts Program Coordinator in planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs

Serve as chair of the AS Presents Team. Be responsible for the general coordination of A.S. Presents

Assist with the recruitment and selection of committeemembers of A.S. Presents Team. CenterArts Advisor shall also assist the Chair in meeting this responsibility

Hold regular meetings with the AS President

Hold regular meetings with the CenterArts advisor

Attend AS Board of Directors meetings and report to the Board of Directors regarding programming events and activities

Create and maintain sponsorships with other student clubs and organizations
Serve as an advisor to the AS Executive Committee

Develop the annual AS Presents programming budget with assistance by the CenterArts advisor for review and approval by the A.S. Board of Directors

Process of Appointment

Nominated by the A.S. President and approved by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of Board of Directors

The new A.S. President, at the Board of Directors transition meeting, may recommend appointment of the Public Relations Officer position for the new academic year. 

AS Administrative Code Section 5 and AS Elections Code Section 3

 

AS Presents Committee

Charge

To create a comprehensive, diverse variety of events and programs for all students including concerts, special events, films, lectures, recreation trips, comedy, dances, etc.

Function
Meet regularly to conduct all programming business

Seek input and suggestions for programming ideas from the HSU campus community

Generate a wide mix of A.S. programs meeting the diverse needs of the HSU student body

Evaluate recommendations for programming events

Membership

Chair: AS Presents Representative
2 Students appointed by the A.S. President
1 Student appointed by the A.S. Legislative
2 Students appointed by the A.S. Student Affairs Vice President
AS Presents Advisor (non-voting)

Meetings

Bi-weekly or as needed to conduct business