ANNUAL REPORT 2011-12

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ANNUAL REPORT
2011-12
Department Name:
Student Activities and Student Activities Center
Location:
SAC W310
Phone Number:
852-6691
Web Site:
Louisville.edu/studentactivities
Director’s Name:
Tim Moore
Number of Staff:
Your numbers should reflect
those staff who worked a
majority of the 2011-12
academic year
Staff Diversity:
Your numbers should reflect
those staff who worked a
majority of the 2011-12
academic year
GENDER
A/PI
Staff Type
No.
Full-time Professional/Classified Staff:
Part-time Professional/Classified Staff:
Graduate Assistants:
Student Staff on Payroll:
Student Interns:
Practicum Students:
Volunteers:
TOTAL:
10
AI/AN
BLACK
HISPANIC
FEMALE
5
30
3
48
WHITE
OTHER
TOTAL:
7
7
MALE
2
6
8
TOTAL:
2
13
15
Full-time staff and graduate assistants
Staff with Disabilities:
Your numbers should reflect
those staff who worked a
majority of the 2011-12
academic year
GENDER
FEMALE
MALE
TOTAL:
A. Mission:
No. of Staff
0
Please include the most recent version of your department’s mission statement.
The mission of the University of Louisville Student Activities Department is to provide activities and
services for the University community. Through its various boards, committees, and staff, it provides
cultural, social, and recreational programs, aiming to make the out-of-class experience a part of the total
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educational process while advancing the institutional mission. These programs promote a sense of
community and loyalty to the University while serving as a place for social, intellectual, and
developmental growth for students as individuals or as part of a group.
B. Department Overview:
Please include a three to six sentence narrative that captures the essence of your
department’s services, programs and activities.
The University of Louisville Student Activities Department provides activities and services for the
University community. Greek Life, Student Programming, Student Activities center, Off Campus Student
Services, Recognized Student Organization Support and Activities Administration comprise the functional
areas of the department. A majority of programs and services are student initiated with advising and
support provided by the professional staff of the department. The department promotes students to
become involved in the out of class experiences of the University. The department delivers programs
and services primarily through the Student Activities Center, the Red Barn, Davidson 105 and Greek
Row but is not limited to these facilities as many programs and services take place in a variety of setting
on and off campus.
C. Strategic Goals (11-12) &
Major Accomplishments:
Please list your department’s strategic goals from this past year and address the
progress towards achieving each goal and/or major accomplishments and activities with
respect to each goal.
GOALS
MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS & ACTIVITIES
GOAL #1: Serve as UofL’s primary resource to
positively engage all UofL students to be
involved in out-of-class activities for the
UofL community.

Over 200 Sab programs offered

Greek growth
Cultivate a favorable environment that is
welcoming and offers desired programs
and services to create a dynamic campus
life program for UofL students
Be recognized as the leader in providing
GOAL #3:
quality service to the UofL community.

Increase in support for events and meetings in SAC

OrgSync
GOAL #4: Expand and renew facilities to create a
vibrant campus “living room”.

SAC East renovation approved

Greek Row extension
GOAL #5: Foster traditions and spirit at the
University that instills a sense of pride
and purpose in students and alumni.

Weeks of Welcome; Family Weekend; Homecoming;
International Fashion Show; Crawfish Boil

Student Awards
Provide an outstanding professional
preparation experience for graduate
students entering the field of campus
activities
Be financially secure and increase
GOAL #7:
operating funds to achieve envisioned
future and sustain success.

Internships provided

Graduate assistants completed degree programs

Increased revenue generated by 26%

Conference solicitation
GOAL #8: Form favorable partnership to expand

Admissions
GOAL #2:
GOAL #6:

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programming and services for out of class 
activities that add value to the campus

community.
First Year Initiatives
WOW Marketplace
Please add more space for goals as your department’s activities warrant.
D. Points of Pride (2011-12):
Short Title
Please list three to five ‘points of pride’ for your department from the past year. This can
include initiatives, programs or recognitions.
Description
400 Recognized Student
Organizations
There are 400 recognized student organizations at UofL, an increase
from 250 in 2007.
Over 10% Greek affiliated
1.5 million
Traditions
First Impression
With 30 Greek chapters, 10.5% of undergraduates are affiliated with a
Greek chapter and have a 14% higher graduate rate than other students
An estimated 1.5 million people visited the Student Activities Center over
the past year, making it one of the most highly trafficked buildings on
campus
The department supports Homecoming, Family Weekend, Fryberger
Greek Sing, Crawfish Boil, International Fashion Show and other UofL
traditions.
Over 13,000 guests of the University and Department of Admissions’
daily campus visit program meet in W310B and are received through the
Student Activities’ suite front desk.
Please add more space for additional points of pride as warranted. .
E. Collaborative Efforts:
Short Title
Perspective students
RSO Support
Please describe any initiatives, programs or activities that your department has
collaborated with one or more other University and/or community partners.
Description
Working with the office of Admissions, the department plays a key role
with a variety of perspective and admitted student events, including daily
campus visits
In collaboration with the Student Government Association, we also
hosted a mandatory RSO Summit in the fall semester and one for the
first time on the Health Sciences Campus for all the HSC student
organizations.
Please add more space for collaborative efforts as your department’s activities warrant.
F. Continuous Improvement:
Please list areas which have been cited (either through formal or informal assessment
and evaluation) as requiring additional attention.
1. Cite a SINGLE area,
program, service or function
that was identified through a
formal assessment (i.e.:
focus group, survey,
tracking, etc.) as needing
improvement or warranting
additional attention.
Training program curriculum for all functional areas
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2. Which assessment
mechanism(s) (i.e.: focus
group, survey, tracking, etc.)
assisted your department in
identifying the need for
improvement?
Program Review: External program review by outside consultants
3. Specifically, what did the
assessment’s findings reflect
that resulted in
enhancements to this area,
program, service or
function?
A purposeful curriculum should be developed of what needs to be
achieve and learned
4. What has your department
done/plan to do to address
this area, program, service
or function? Please be as
specific as possible.
Staff presentation on developing a training curriculum was
presented; SAB training was revised; Graduate Assistant Training
has been revised; CLAWS program to be implemented; focus
groups to be conducted
G. Diversity & Inclusion:
Please describe any initiatives, programs or activities that your department undertook
that supported diversity and inclusion
Short Title
Divine 9
RSOs
International Fashion Show
Collins Tuohy
Description
Through intentional efforts, all nine NPHC chapters are now present at
UofL and active. The addition of a full time staff member will help to
sustain the efforts made over the past five years
The SAC and RSO’s hosted many events that support cultural diversity
that include but are not limited to: the Chinese Moon Fest, International
Fashion Show, Diwali, Study Abroad Fair, Pride Week Events, SCORE
Black History Month Celebration, NAACP Freedom Ball, Chinese New
Year, Black History LGBT Coffeehouse, BABA Week, International
Banquet, and African Night.
The International Fashion Show features collaboration with several
cultural, international, and ethnic student organizations to celebrate our
diverse range of cultural backgrounds.
The Collins Tuohy lecture addressed issues of social inequality and
encouraged students to abandon their prejudices and expand their
understanding of their fellow humans.
Please add more space as needed.
H. Professional Development:
Please describe professional development activities your staff participated during
2011/12 (i.e.: committee work, recognition, leadership roles, conference attendance
and/or presenting at a conference).

Professional memberships in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), American College
Personnel Administrators (ACPA), the Association of Fraternity/ Sorority Advisors (AFA), National Association of Campus
Activities (NACA), Association of College Unions-International (ACUI), and College Personnel Association of Kentucky
(CPAK).

Conferences attended included Event Management Software Conference, 2012 National ACPA Convention, 2012 Annual
Ideas to Action (i2a) Institute on Critical Thinking Innovation, 2012 ACUI National Conference, 2011 NACA Summer
Student Organizations Institute, 2012 NACA National Convention, 2011 AFA Annual meeting, Southeastern Panhellenic
Conference
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Joni Burke served as the Chair of the Chapter Discipline Task Force for Alpha Delta Pi Sorority.
She and others will be presenting the findings at the summer Leadership Seminar in Atlanta,
GA. Joni will also serve as a group facilitator for the Alpha Delta Pi IMPACT program for
emerging leaders in Atlanta in June, 2012.
Burton, N, Cuyjet, M., Green, O., Hardin, T,. Onnembo, J., Ruiz, A. & Siegal, J (2012) Leadership and
Engagement Among Students of Color at the 2nd Annual A.C.E.S. Black and Latino Student Symposium
Louisville, KY
Onnembo, J. and Shaw, D. (2012) Online Student Staff Training Module at the 2012 Annual Ideas to
Action Institute Louisville, KY
Hardman, J. (2012) Creating a new online RSO community: The future. at the 2012 ACPA National
Convention. Louisville, KY
Anthony, M., Skerritt, L. & Goodman, J. (2012) From Start to Finish: The African American Male
Initiative. Presentation at ACPA National Conference. Louisville. KY
Cuyjet, M., Skerritt, L., Strickland, N., Welch, B., & Goodman, J. (2012) Organizing an International
Symposium as a Civic Engagement Leadership Experience. Presentation at ACPA National Conference.
Louisville. KY
Raich, R. & Skerritt, L. (2012) But Everyone's Doing It: How to Create Programs that are
Inclusive of Everyone on Your Campus. Presentation at NACA National Conference.
Charlotte. NC
Skerritt, L. & Hardman, J. (2012) Creating a New online RSO Community: The Future.
presentation at ACPA National Conference. Louisville. KY
Roundtable
Skerritt, L., Salinas, C. & Knerr, J. (2012) Greek Advisor Survivor: Understanding the between Greek
Life Councils’ Cultures. Roundtable presentation at ACPA National Conference. Louisville. KY
Fisher, S & Skerritt, L. (2011) Building Strong Roots: Choosing a Graduate Program for Career Growth.
Student Affairs 101: Growing Roots. Western Illinois University. Macomb, IL.
Skerritt, L. (2011). Student affairs: Creating a future through planning today. Interest Session;
Brockport. Brockport, NY.

SUNY
Joni Burke and Holly Bradford served on the BRICC Coalition to reduce excessive use of
alcohol by students and student groups.

Julie Onnembo served on the Cardinal Covenant Advisory Committee

David Shaw and Julie Onnembo have been active participants in the Critical Thinking i2a Collaborative Learning Community members
J. Strategic Goals (2012-13):
Please list your department’s strategic goals for the coming year and address efforts to
be made towards achieving each goal. NOTE: Goals should be specific, measurable,
attainable, realistic and timely.
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GOAL #1:
Serve as UofL’s primary resource to positively engage all UofL students to be involved in
out-of-class activities for the UofL community.
GOAL #2:
Cultivate a favorable environment that is welcoming and offers desired programs and
services to create a dynamic campus life program for UofL students
GOAL #3: Be recognized as the leader in providing quality experiences to the UofL community.
GOAL #4: Expand and renew facilities to create a vibrant campus “living room”.
GOAL #5:
Foster traditions and spirit at the University that instills a sense of pride and purpose in
students and alumni.
Provide an outstanding professional development and preparation experiences for graduate
students entering the field of campus activities
Be financially secure and increase operating funds to achieve envisioned future and sustain
GOAL #7:
success.
GOAL #6:
GOAL #8:
Form favorable partnership to expand programming and services for out of class activities
that add value to the campus community.
GOAL #9: Merge CELS and Student Activities into one department
Please add more space for goals as your department’s activities warrant.
K. Learning Outcomes:
List your department’s 2011-12 programs, activities or initiatives that were designed to
support the Divisional Learning Outcomes listed below.
1.
1. Division of Student Affairs
Learning Outcomes
2.
3.
4.
2. Identify programs, services
and activities planned to
address these outcomes:
Students will learn to be responsible global citizens. This will be
demonstrated through service to campus, community, and others.
Students will learn about campus services and activities supporting
their retention and graduation. This will be demonstrated through
student's knowledge of campus services, personal development
opportunities, and increased utilization of campus services and
activities.
Students will learn Cardinal traditions and develop a sense of purpose.
This will be demonstrated by familiarity of campus traditions and
increased participation in campus signature events and ceremonies.
Students will learn critical thinking skills. This will be demonstrated
through RSO training, SGA retreats, leadership skills training, and
Engage Lead Serve Board etc.
1…Student staff training
2…
3…
3. How did you plan to
measure attainment towards
the outcomes listed above?
1…CLAWS assessment
2…
3…
L. Community Service and
Civic Engagement Activities:
Short Title
List community service or civic engagement initiatives, programs or activities your
department undertook during 2011-12
Description
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KCA
Heart Walk
In cooperation with the Kentucky Center for the Arts, the Student
Activities Board and Office of Student Activities continued to offer $15
tickets for selected events to students, faculty and staff through the “Arts
Madness” program. Our relationship with the Kentucky Center for the
Arts resulted in the sale of 96 $15 tickets to students, faculty and staff.
Student Activities sponsored a team and recruited walkers in the 2011
American Heart Association’s HeartWalk. Thirty-seven students and
staff raised over $300 and helped U of L rank among corporate
participants in the city.
Sigma Chi collected over 4,000 blankets during their sorority “Fort
Building Contest” to benefit “Wrap Up Louisville”.
Kappa Delta Sorority sponsored “Sham, Rock, and Walk”- 5K
Walk and Run in Iroquois Park to benefit the prevention of child
abuse
Chi Omega Sorority raised over $22,000 at their annual Chili Cook
Off to allow three children’s wishes to be granted through the
Make a Wish Foundation. The event was held for the first time on
campus.
Delta Zeta sponsored the 5th annual “Miss U of L Pageant” and
Greek Service
presented over $3400 in cash and tuition scholarships. This year
with so many contestants they qualified two winners to proceed to
the Miss Kentucky pageant. Delta Zeta also raised over $20,000
at an charity auction to benefit local and national speech and
hearing organizations
NPHC participated in the “For the Love of Harriet Breast Cancer
Walk” sponsored by the BFSA.
NPHC participated in the YMCA Black Achievers event where
300+ high school aged students attended.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority sponsored their annual “Sleepout for the
Homeless” to raise money and awareness for those in need.
Sororities collected over 204 pairs of gently used blue jeans as
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part of the “Feel Good in Your Genes” campaign.
The Panhellenic Council served as a sponsor and had
representation on the steering committee for the annual BABA
(Body Awareness/ Body Appreciation) Week
Fraternities and sororities closed off Greek Row and sponsored
their 3rd annual “Safe Halloween” for children of faculty, staff, and
students. The event also was marketed to residents of the Family
Scholar House. Treats and small games at booths were offered
by Greeks and other participating RSOs.
M. Assessment Planning:
1… Implementation of 2012 Program Review recommendations
List assessment activities
planned for 2012-13.
2… Focus groups for each functional area
N. Issues and Challenges:
1… Develop name and “brand” for merged departments
List issues or challenges you
anticipate your department
addressing in 2012-13.
2… Management of business functions as result of reorganization
O. Department Scholarships
ENDOWED HAROLD ADAMS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND:
Please list any student
scholarships provided by your
department during 2011/2012
1) Seven (7) $1,250 scholarship awards to seven Henry County
students totaling $8,750.
2) Twenty (20) SFTH (Straight from the Heart) $50 each awards
totaling $1,000 (10 awards for the 2011 Fall Semester and 10
awards for the 2012 Spring Semester).
3) Twenty-one (21) emergency awards totaling $2,150.
4) Three (3) $100 awards to 3 Dental Students to go to perform
dentistry on people in Cebo, Philippines in December 2011.
3… CLAWS
3…
Total of 51 awards totaling $12,200 to U of L students.
FLORENCE M. STRICKLER ENDOWMENT THROUGH THE RBAA
(RED BARN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION):
1) Two (2) $1,700 scholarships awarded for the 2011 Fall Semester
totaling $3,400.
2) Two (2) $1,700 scholarships awarded for the 2012 Spring
Semester totaling $3,400.
3) One (1) Paul Kinney $50 scholarship award to the 2012
Outstanding Adult Learner, Undergraduate (27th Paul Kinney
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award).
4) One (1) Paul Kinney $50 scholarship award to the 2012
Outstanding Adult Learner, Graduate (28th Paul Kinney award).
5) Three $100 awards to 3 Dental Students to go to perform
dentistry on people in Cebo, Philippines in December 2011.
Total of 9 awards totaling $7,200 to U of L students.
TORCHBEARER ENDOWMENT:
1) One (1) $400 Dennis C. Golden Torchbearer Scholarship for the
2011 Fall Semester.
2) One 1) $400 Dennis C. Golden Torchbearer Scholarship for the
2012 Spring Semester.
3) Two (2) Essie Jenkins Torchbearer Scholarships awarded for the
2012 Spring Semester.
4) Two (2) $400 Bridgette Pregliasco Torchbearer Scholarships for
Adult Learners awarded for the 2012 Spring Semester.
5) One (1) Paul Kinney $50 scholarship award to the 2012
Outstanding Adult Learner, Undergraduate (27th Paul Kinney
Award).
6) Three (3) recipients received $133, $133 and $134 each for a total
of $400 for the M. Celeste Nichols Professional Development
Awards through the U of L Women’s Center for the 2011 Fall
Semester (9th year in a row).
Total of 11 awards totaling $2,500 to U of L students.
Overall total of 71 scholarship awards totaling $21,900 to U of L
students.
PROGRAM FUNDING THROUGH THE GEORGE J. HOWE
STUDENT LEADERSHIP GIFT ACCOUNT:
1) Provided $241.63 of the $500 that was spent during the 20112012 fiscal year by Best Buddies who were awarded this $500 for
being selected the Best New RSO at the 12th Annual Student
Awards on April 18, 2011.
2) Provided $500 to the Best New RSO who was Cardinal
Appreciation for Musical Theater who were announced at the 13th
Annual Student Awards on April 16, 2012 to be spent during the
2012-2013 fiscal year.
3) Provided $400 to Sodexo for the Commuter Outreach Chili lunch
program #2 sponsored by SAB Outreach, Student Activities
Commuter Services and the Red Barn Programs Office.
4) Provided $400 toward the total of Fazoli’s for the Commuter
Outreach “Commuter Housing Fair” program #3 on the West
Plaza sponsored by Housing, SAB Outreach, Student Activities
Commuter Services and the Red Barn Programs office on April
10.
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5) Provided $1,460.07 for the NPHC Divine Nine BBQ celebrating
the Divine Nine and the 20th Anniversary of NPHC at U of L
(1992-2012).
Total program support from the George J. Howe Student Leadership Gift
Account is $3,001.70.
AND THE GEORGE J. HOWE ENDOWMENT:
1) Provided $258.37 of the $500 that was spent during the 20112012 fiscal year by Best Buddies who were awarded this $500 for
being selected the Best New RSO at the 12th Annual Student
Awards on April 18, 2011.
2) Provided $516.63 that was spent during the 2011-2012 fiscal year
by Women 4 Women who were awarded this $516.63 for being
selected the Best RSO at the 12th Annual Student Awards on
April 18, 2011.
3) Provided $500 to the Best RSO who was Pi Kappa Alpha
Fraternity who were announced at the 13th Annual Student
Awards on April 16, 2012 to be spent during the 2012-2012 fiscal
year.
Total program funding from the George J. Howe Endowment is $1,275.
TOTAL PROGRAM FUNDING BY THE GEORGE J. HOWE
STUDENT LEADERSHIP CIFT ACCOUNT AND THE GEORGE J.
HOWE ENDOWMENT IS $4,276.70.
PROGRAM FUNDING BY THE RBAA THROUGH THE RBAA GIFT
ACCOUNT:
1) Provided $500 toward the $1,000 cost of the “Tymes Band” for
the RBAA Red Barn 42nd Year Reunion Concert on July 8,
2011.
2) Provided $550 for the Welcome Week 8th Annual NPHC and
All Campus Cookout at the Red Barn on August 21, 2011.
3) Provided $150 for the SAB and WFPK Live Lunch Concert #8
and #9 on September 23 and October 14, 2011.
4) Provided $200 for the 10th Annual SAB International Fashion
Show at the SAC MR on January 27, 2012.
5) Provided $250 for the SAB Graduate School Mixer at the Speed
Museum on April 14 2012.
6) Provided $150 for NPHC Divine Nine BBQ celebrating the
Divine 9 and the 20th Anniversary of NPHC at U of L (19922012) on the West Plaza and Red Barn on April 20.
Total program funding by the RBAA Gift Account is $1,800.
PROGRAM FUNDING BY THE RBAA THROUGH THE RBAA
ENDOWMENT:
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1) Provided $150 for the SAB and WFPK Live Lunch Concert #8
and #9 on September 23 and October 14, 2011.
2) Provided $200 for the 10th Annual SAB International Fashion
Show at the SAC MR on January 27, 2012.
3) Provided $250 for the SAB Graduate School Mixer at the Speed
Museum on April 14, 2012.
4) Provided $150 for NPHC Divine Nine BBQ celebrating the
Divine 9 and the 20th Anniversary of NPHC at U of L (19922012) on the West Plaza and Red Barn.
Total program funding by the RBAA Endowment is $750.
TOTAL PROGRAM FUNDING BY THE RBAA IS $2,550.
TOTAL PROGRAM FUNDING BY THE GEORGE J. HOWE
STUDENT LEADERSHIP GIFT ACCOUNT, THE GEORGE J. HOWE
ENDOWMENT, THE RBAA GIFT ACCOUNT AND THE RBAA
ENDOWMENT IS $6,826.70.
TOTAL SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING AND PROGRAM FUNDING IS
$28,726.70.
Please Attached These Additional Materials to Your Report
P. Performance Metrics
Please attach your updated Performance Metrics for 2011-12. Additions welcome.
Q. Organizational Chart
Please provide an up to date organizational chart for your department (electronically in
whatever form you prefer).
S. Staff List
Please provide an electronic list of student staff who were employed by your department
this year that includes their UofL ID number. This can be generated by PeopleSoft.
Please submit this annual report by Tuesday, July 31, 2012.
Event Attendance: SAB featured 204 events during Program Year 2011-2012 with a total attendance of
21, 347 patrons.
Summer 2011 event totals:
Number of events: 10
Approximate number of students served: 1,500
Fall 2011 event totals:
Number of events: 112 (with films)
Approximate number of students served: 12,296
Spring 2012 event totals:
Number of events: 92 (with films)
Approximate number of students served: 9,051
Cumulative 2010-2011 event totals:
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Number of events: 204 (with films)
Approximate number of students served: 21,347
Recognized Student Organizations
43 new Recognized Student Organizations completed the application process and achieved recognition.
This included 20 organizations during the summer/fall, and 23 in the spring.
Total number of Greek organizations= 30
18 fraternities (14 IFC and 4 NPHC)
12 sororities (8 PH and 4 NPHC)
Total Membership Statistics:
Fall 2011
Spring 2012
Fraternities
956
934
Sororities
709
691
TOTAL
1665
1625
Semester Scholarship Statistics
Spring 2011
Fall 2011
Fraternities
2.992
2.968
Sororities
3.220
3.238
All Greek
3.080
3.089
All Men’s
2.893
2.857
All Women’s
3.050
3.026
All Student’s
2.976
2.944
Student Staff
Ashlea Boyer
Hayden Bush
James Carter
Nicolas Connor
Alexis Cook
Rajual Goodson
Joel Graham
Branesha Hill
DeAudrea Home
Nathan Kahle
Susan Lewellyn
Katie Lewis
Austin Lopesilirero
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Emily McGlawn
Franklin Neff
Yachna Patel
Keith Prager
Jesse Sanders
Jesse Saul
Sheyenne Santiago
Andrea Shaw
Christopher Shaw
Coburne Spencer
Victoria Spencer
Cody Stratton
Zachary Stratton
Lauren Taylor
Terrence Thomas
Bryan Wessel
Whitney West
ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES CENTER
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