The President is responsible for keeping the Student Activities Board in line with
the Constitution of the board, presiding over weekly meetings, recruiting new members,
and other duties as necessary. The President also has the power to speak for the Student
Activities Board in an official capacity across campus and on various committees.
The President reports to a TTU Professional Staff member who assists them with running
a campus organization, leadership development, and task management.
The President is also a paid Student Union & Activities Student Assistant.
The Vice President directly oversees all marketing that is submitted by Student Committee
Members to their respective coordinators before being presented to the campus community.
The Vice President is responsible for the retention of Student Committee Members.
Tasks associated with retention include the planning of socials, activities during
meetings, and many other initiatives. The Vice President reports to a TTU Professional
Staff member who assists them with marketing development, leadership development,
and other aspects of holding a campus leadership position.
The Vice President is also a paid Student Union & Activities Student Assistant.
Student Coordinators are in charge of planning and carrying out SAB events each semester.
Coordinators oversee a committee of around 10 members who are assigned a variety of
tasks associated with preparing a campus event. Each coordinator reports to a TTU
Professional Staff member who assists them with the organization and planning of events,
leadership development, and other aspects of being a student leader.
Coordinators are also paid Student Union & Activities Student Assistants.
Student Committee Members
Student Committee Members support their student Coordinator by working 15 hours of events each semester; including 2 shifts of RaiderGate in the fall and a shift of either Tech to Town or Arbor Day in the spring. Students choose which events they will work in accordance with their personal schedule. Student Committee Members must maintain 1 set office hour in the Student Activities office each week between the designated open office hours. They must also attend weekly board and committee meetings, help with publicity, and perform any other duties that may be assigned. Student Committee Members also have the opportunity to build meaningful and developmental professional relationships with many TTU Professional Staff members.
The Daytime Committee is responsible for planning and implementing a series of home-grown activities, live performances, or novelties during the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the Texas Tech campus. The main focus of this committee is to plan a wide-range of activities that vary in size and budget, but ultimately work to build community on campus for students to participate in between classes. Responsibilities include but are not limited to contacting businesses/University departments to set up events, obtaining necessary supplies and materials, arranging venues and publicity, as well as working the events.
The Night Life Committee is responsible for planning and implementing various live entertainment acts and speaker engagements after the hours of 5 p.m. and located on the Texas Tech campus. The acts include acoustic performances, magicians, comedians, hypnotists, mentalists, poetry slams, lecturers, debates, concerts, etc. This committee provides social and educational events for the ever-changing needs of the student population. Responsibilities include but are not limited to finding artists or lecturers to perform, overseeing all technical requirements, arranging venue, hotel, travel, and publicity, as well as working the events.
The Off-Campus Committee is responsible for planning and implementing all events that do not take place on the Texas Tech Campus such as Corn Maize, Mr. Gattis, Escape Rooms, Paintball, etc. Responsibilities include contacting local businesses to coordinate events, creating exciting promotional content, and working events. Reaching as many students as possible, this committee works hard to expose students to offerings throughout the community.
The Outreach Committee is responsible for planning and implementing community outreach programs. Responsibilities include but are not limited to organizing community service events, providing volunteer opportunities for Texas Tech students, collaborating with the greater Lubbock Community, arranging venue and publicity, as well as working the events. The focus of this committee is to form partnerships and create connections between campus and the Lubbock community.
Spirit & Traditions
The Spirit and Traditions Committee is responsible for planning and implementing various events such as Homecoming Week, Arbor Day, Eco-Week, RaiderGate and Pep Rallies at local elementary schools. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, contacting businesses/University departments to set up events, obtaining necessary supplies and materials, arranging venues, and publicity, as well as working the events.
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