Resolutions, Legislation & Proclamations

Resolutions are statements of position on a particular issue by the Associated Students Board, acting as representatives of the students of Humboldt State University. The resolutions are listed by the date on which they were passed.

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2012

Resolution No. 2012-13-5: Resolution of Opposition to the CSU's Proposed Fee Package Hikes

Resolution No. 2012-13-5: Resolution of Opposition to the CSU's Proposed Fee Package Hikes

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Date Passed: Nov 5 2012

Resolution No. 2012-13-2: A Resolution to Join thhe California State University Risk Management....

Resolution No. 2012-13-2: A Resolution of the Associated Students of Humboldt State University to Join the California State University Risk Management Authority (CSURMA) Auxiliaries Organizations Risk Management Alliance (AORMA) Workers' Compensation Program

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Date Passed: Sep 11 2012

2011

Resolution No. 2011-12-2: Formation of a Community Garden Ad-Hoc Committee

Resolution No. 2011-12-2: Formation fo a Community Garden Ad-Hoc Committee

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Date Passed: Oct 4 2011

2010

Resolution No. 2009-10-11: An Act to Amend the Associated Students Administrative Code Section 13

RESOLUTION No. 2009-10-11

AUTHORED BY: Brandon Chapin, AS President

REFERRED TO: AS COUNCIL
ACTION SCHEDULED: 3-29-10
ACTION APPROVED: 3-29-10

SUBJECT: An Act to Amend the Associated Students Administrative Code Section 13

WHEREAS, The Associated Students of Humboldt State University Administrative Code Section 13, describes a committee, The Student Interrelations Committee for Quality Academics, that was created in May of 2008, and;

WHEREAS, The Student Interrelations Committee for Quality Academics has never had a student nominated to the committee, met as a committee or fulfilled its obligations as prescribed in the code, and;

WHEREAS, HSU has suspended or eliminated many of the committees which make up the Student Interrelations Committee for Quality Academicsäó¢íó_í_Œé membership including: Provosts Council, Academic Affairs Budget Committee, Joint Assessment Committee, Educational Policies Committee and Enrollment Management Advisory Committee, therefore;

BE IT ENACTED, by the Associated Students Council that the following Sections of the Associated Student Administrative Code be deleted:

13.01 The Student Interrelations Committee for Quality Academics shall consist of:

a. Provost's Council Student Representative, Chair, appointed by the A. S. President;
b. One student serving from the Academic Affairs Budget Committee appointed by the A. S. President;
c. One student from the Instructionally Related Activities Committee (IRA) appointed by the AS. Administrative Vice President;
d. One student from the Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC) appointed by the A. S. President;
e. One student from the Joint Assessment Committee appointed by the A. S. President;
f. One Student from the Educational Policies Committee appointed by the A. S. Legislative Vice President;
g One student from the Enrollment Management Advisory Committee appointed by the A. S. Student Affairs Vice President; and,
h. One student from the University Curriculum Committee appointed by the A. S. Student Affairs Vice President. (05/08)

13.02 The Committee shall:

a. Meet at least two times a semester and shall not meet the first month of the year so as to allow appointments to other committee positions, that are necessary for the Student Interrelations Committee to have membership, be given time to already have taken place;
b. Discuss and document the interrelations of actions taken in their separate committees;
c. Discuss relationships with administration and how to improve their relationships with effective action and communication in those separate committees; d. Serve as an advisory group to the Provost Council Student Representative;
e. Put on a Fall Student Interrelations Committee for Quality Academics event that invites all committee representatives to attend an informative gathering that makes connections between other representatives, makes connections between people working on similar issues, and encourages committee student representatives to focus on a goal, this event should not be any earlier than two months after the school years begins; and,
f. Put on a Spring Student Interrelations for Quality Academics Event that invites all committee representatives to record relationships, helpful contacts, common problems faced, and goals left over in some media form that will carry over to the next year. (05/08)

______________________________ ______________________________
Beth Weissbart Brandon Chapin
Legislative Vice President Author and A.S. President

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Resolution No. 2009-10-12: Resolution for Ballot Initiatives Regarding the Instructionally Related A

RESOLUTION No. 2009-10-12

AUTHORED BY: Brandon Chapin, Associated Students President

REFERRED TO: AS COUNCIL
ACTION APPROVED: 4-5-10

SUBJECT: Resolution for Ballot Initiatives Regarding the Instructionally Related Activities (IRA) Fee increase and the proposed Materials, Services and Facilities Fee

1.) WHEREAS, an Associated Students general election is to be held on April 20th, 21st, and 22nd, 2010; and,
2.) WHEREAS, The Associated Students of Humboldt State University believe in the democratic process and the rights of individuals to make decisions about issues that affect their lives; and,
3.) WHEREAS, Three student fee increases (Counseling and Psychological Services Fee, Instructionally Related Activities Fee, and the new Materials, Services, and Facilities Fee) have been proposed to the Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC); and,
4.) WHEREAS, SFAC recommended a referendum for all three student fees requests; and,
5.) WHEREAS, only the Counseling and Psychological Services fee has gone through the appropriate measures necessary to be placed on the ballot. Therefore be it
6.) RESOLVED, that the Associated Students of Humboldt State University finds it disappointing that for various reasons, a referendum has not been pursued on the remaining two fee proposals; be it further,
7.) RESOLVED, that the Associated Students on Humboldt State University is concerned with the double standard given by the University Administration that students should vote in California State Elections but should not be able to vote on University issues that affect them; be it further,
8.) RESOLVED, that the following questions be placed on the Student General Election Ballot for the election of April 20th, 21st, and 22nd, 2010 in addition to the Counseling and Psychological Services fee already on the ballot;

Student Fees:
1) Should the Instructionally Related Activities (IRA) fee be adjusted from $272/semester adjusted by the Higher Education Price Index (HEPI) to $272/semester adjusted by the HEPI plus 2%?
a. Yes
b. No

2) Should a new University wide Materials, Services and Facilities Fee in the amount of $72.00 per semester adjust by the Higher Education Price Index (HEPI) for part-time students and $144.00 per semester adjusted by the HEPI for full time students , in order to fund extra curricular classroom and educational support activities be established?
a. Yes
b. No

9.) RESOLVED, the this resolution be sent to, but not limited to, CSU Chancellor, Charles Reed; Humboldt State President, Rollin Richmond; Vice President of Student Affairs, Steven Butler; Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Bob Snyder; Vice President of Administration, Burt Nordstrom; the Student Fee Advisory Committee; and all campus and local news outlets.

* Original Signatures are on file in the Associated Students Business Office.

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