Improving Your College Experience through Student Representation
The Student Assembly is the representative body of the students of Austin College. Student Assembly is the chief student governmental organization that actively advocates for students in campus issues and genuinely seeks to affect positive change by encouraging communication and involvement.
Meet the students who represent you in the Assembly.
How to Get Involved
President Hunter Williams ’21 and Vice President Seth Howard ’20 are prioritizing expanding upon and deepening the connection between the work of the Assembly and the priorities of the student body. We really value your input, and hope that you will get involved with the work of the Assembly.
You can get in contact with us in the following ways:
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit an item to the Suggestion Box
- Stop by our office on the first floor of the WCC (Room 176)
- Attend our weekly general meetings, occurring every Tuesday night in WCC 254 at 8 p.m.
Have an idea for a campus improvement? Voice your opinion here!
The online record of recently passed resolutions.
The Student Development Fund was created as an opportunity for students to apply for funds in order to travel to conferences. The application can be filled out by one student or by a group of students - including student organizations. If interested in this fund, please print and fill out the form. If you have any questions, please contact the Student Assembly at email@example.com.
Student Sustainability Fund
The Student Sustainability Fund (SSF) is collected from the Student Activity Fee, and enables and promotes campus greening improvements. The purpose of the fund is to provide monies for environmental improvements for Austin College and to move the college closer to its goal of environmental sustainability. The SSF works with the Environment Studies Department and faculty.