frequently asked questions


What is this committee all about?


The College of Education, Health and Human Services Senatorial Committee serves as an advisory body to the Undergraduate Student Government Senator and plays a significant role in helping create, reform and shape policies in the College of Education, Health and Human Services. The committee’s members meet bi-monthly and work closely with the College’s Senator. 

The main goal of the committee is to brainstorm and implement projects that improve the College of Education, Health and Human Services as well as the Kent State campus as a whole.

What are the requirements to join?

There are only three requirements to join our committee. 

1. You must be a full time Kent State student.

2. You must have a declared major in the College of Education, Health and Human Services.

3. You must have a minimum 2.5 GPA. 

How often does the committee meet and where do meetings take place?

The committee meets on the first and last Thursday of the month in the evening. All official Senatorial committee meetings occur in the student center. However, the committee occasionally meets on various locations across campus for special events and projects.  

How much of a commitment does joining this committee require?

Joining this committee does not require a large commitment. Committee members are expected to attend bi-monthly meetings and collaborate with other committee members when working on special projects together. We do not have a strict attendance policy, but we do ask that you try to make as many meetings as possible and let us know ahead of time when you cannot make it. 


How will joining this committee benefit me in the long run?

There are multiple ways joining this committee can benefit you in the long run. For instance, it is an excellent resume builder. Additionally, joining this committee teaches you more about Undergraduate Student Government and can prepare you to be a campus elected official in the future. It also can teach you leadership and collaboration skills. Finally, it is a great way to become more involved on campus, make a difference in the college and make friendships with others in similar majors. 

I’m still unsure about joining, what can I do to find out more?

 If you are unsure about joining, you are welcome to attend one of our meetings to learn more and see our group in action before making a decision. You can also fill out the form under the “Join Us” section and can forward you more information regarding the committee.