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Mission:

The mission of the Provost Student Advisory Board (PSAB) is to improve the quality of the undergraduate educational experience. The board, diverse in its makeup, will provide the Provost with insight into the undergraduate student experience, serving as a conduit for other students on campus. PSAB will expose the students to the administrative side of university decisions and facilitate a dialogue between students and administrators.

Meeting Times:

PSAB meets twice a semester (typically on Fridays from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM).

+ - Membership and Application Information

Membership:

PSAB is comprised of 24 undergraduate students including SGA President Mitchell Rosenberg and SGA Vice President Sarah Tabsh. If needed, new members are chosen each fall to replace graduating seniors. All students selected to serve on PSAB must demonstrate leadership, have a commitment to the campus community and be in good academic standing.

Application Information:

Students interested in becoming PSAB members can apply as early as the third week of August. A one-page Word document explaining their interest in becoming part of the PSAB must be completed. First year students are welcome to apply. This document can be sent to Perla Villegas.

+ - Current Members for the 2016-2017 Academic Year

John Alford

Emily Cauble

Alejandra Chavez

Melissa Coyle

Lauren Freund

Cala Gin

Mackenzie Gray

Erica Green

Makayla Hall

Annika Hudak

Mara Hughes

Andrea Kerndt

Jill Kleinkauf

Danny Liu

Erika Martinez

Lisa MiYoung Kang

Caitlin Molina

Robert Nelsen

Steven Radojicic

Mitchell Rosenberg

Sarah Tabsh

Ethan Vieira

David Walters

Thimanthi Withana

+ - History of the Chancellor's Student Advisory Board

The first Chancellor’s Student Advisory Board convened in the 2008 Spring Semester. It evolved from an idea that Chancellor Daniele Struppa had proposed earlier in the 2007 Fall Semester. Chapman students were invited to write a one-page essay on what the Chancellor needed to know about student needs, and what advice they would give to the Chancellor, given that opportunity. Twenty exceptional essays were submitted and 10 members were chosen to serve on the Chancellor’s Student Advisory Board.

This diverse group of students met three times in the 2008 Spring Semester and they addressed topics such as financial aid, student advising, and registration. Guests to the meetings included Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services, Michael Pelly, Vice Chancellor of Undergraduate Education, Dr. Jeanne Gunner and Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Jerry Price.

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Interested in Getting Involved?

If you are interested in joining the Provost Student Advisory Board, please email Perla Villegas.

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