Application to serve in the College of Science and Mathematics Dean’s Student Advisory Council (DSAC) is open.
DSAC is an exclusive opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to make a meaningful impact on their college experience.
What is DSAC?
DSAC is a group of students serving as ambassadors and advisors to the Dean’s Office at CSM. Its primary mission is to provide a direct line between students and the CSM dean, allowing for the sharing of ideas and concerns to enrich our students’ experience.
What to expect as a DSAC Member?
As a DSAC member, you’ll have the chance to:
- Voice your opinions: Meet monthly with the dean and participate in shaping CSM policies and initiatives.
- Represent CSM: Be an event ambassador for our college, showcasing what makes us exceptional.
- Mentorship: Serve as a mentor to your fellow students, fostering a sense of community and support.
- Hands-on learning: Organize college tours, workshops, and field trips to enhance your educational experience.
- Community engagement: Get involved in service and outreach activities that benefit the CSM community and beyond.
- Department representation: Advocate for your academic department or the interests of your club or organization.
Empowering student ambassadors
At DSAC, you can influence positive change within the CSM community. You’ll foster camaraderie among students, faculty, and staff, strengthen bonds across departments, and engage in activities that showcase the excellence of CSM.
Benefits of being a DSAC ambassador
Joining DSAC comes with a host of benefits:
- Networking opportunities: Connect with fellow students, college administrators, and like-minded individuals to expand your professional network.
- Meaningful impact: Your input will directly influence CSM programs and policies, improving your college experience.
- Leadership development: Develop and apply essential leadership, communication, and decision-making skills that will benefit you in your future endeavors.
Take advantage of this chance to shape your academic environment, develop crucial skills, and contribute to the vibrant CSM community.
How to get involved
Those interested can apply using the link below.
Applications are due on Oct 20 at 5 pm.
Students from all backgrounds and majors are encouraged to apply.