Committees

Academic Affairs

Chairperson: Griffin Oliver (oliveg2@rpi.edu) | Meetings: TBD - Student Government Suite

The Academic Affairs Committee (AAC) is responsible for initiatives and legislation pertinent to academic curricula, academic advising, post-graduate success, the Registrar’s office, and student-faculty relations. They make sure students have access to academic resources and have a fair voice in student-faculty matters.

Student Life

Chairperson: Ria Massoni (massor2@rpi.edu) | Meetings: TBD - Student Government Suite

The Student Life Committee (SLC) is responsible for initiatives and legislation pertinent to student rights, residence life, quality of life and well-being, and the Division of Student Life portfolio. Current projects are working to improve mental health resources, Title IX policy, off campus housing resources, and more. 

Hospitality Services

Chairperson: TBD | Meetings: TBD - Location TBD

Facilities & Services

Chairperson: Alex Kline (klinea3@rpi.edu) | Meetings: TBD - Student Government Suite

Web Technologies Group

Chairperson: Williams Chen (chenw23@rpi.edu) | Meetings: TBD - Student Government Suite

Student Government Communications

Chairperson: Miles Thomas (thomam13@rpi.edu) | Meetings: TBD - Student Government Suite

Student Government Communications Committee (SGCC) is the primary means of distributing information, from all five bodies of Student Government, to the Rensselaer student body. The SGCC is focused on creating easily accessible, palatable and creative ways to keep the student body well informed about all the happenings of Student Government, as well as create an ease of communication from the student body to their Student Government officials and representatives. This committee is joint with the Executive Board.

Union Annual Report

Chairperson: TBD| Meetings: TBD

The Union Annual Report (UAR) Committee is a motivated team of students that prepares our Union’s Annual Report with updates from the past year and a release of the budget for the next fiscal year. Each year, the report is completed post-budgeting and then presented to the Senate for approval. Upon approval, the document is presented to the Institute’s Administration, Board of Trustees, and campus community. The report serves to break down where the student activity fee is used throughout the Union and update Union members on facilities, programming, and club changes over the past year. This committee is joint with the Executive Board.

Elections Commission

Chairperson: TBD | Meetings: TBD

The Elections Commission's (EC) primary job is to facilitate GM Week and Freshman elections each year. They are responsible for publicizing, conducting, and supervising all student elections for officers and representative of the governing bodies of the Union.