Student Advisory Council
What is STAC? What can it do for me?
In the fall of 2001, UMUC implemented a shared governance structure to ensure that its key stakeholders students, faculty, and staff have the opportunity to communicate with the university's leaders and bring issues to their attention. The Student Advisory Council (STAC) consists of 12 students, representing both undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States and overseas. These representatives provide a means for students to give input and be informed about significant institutional decisions. The elected representatives will participate in committee meetings and monthly STAC meeting calls from their homes via telecommunications technology. UMUC Europe has three elected representatives who serve on STAC. These members act in an advisory capacity to the university president, provost, deans, and other officials on behalf of all students.
STAC Europe will elect representatives to serve on the overall University Advisory Council. One member may be selected to represent Europe on this council, which may include travel to UMUC Stateside twice in the academic year. (Approved expenses are covered by the university).
The Student Advisory Council meets bi-monthly to discuss issues of importance to students. Representatives from Europe have been selected by you, the UMUC Europe student body. These students are currently representing you. If you have any concerns or issues you wish to be considered, please feel free to e-mail STAC at any time!
Please contact your current representatives to voice your issues so your ideas can be represented and addressed during upcoming meetings.
Meet your current UMUC Europe STAC Members:
- Joey Gibbons (2013 - 2014)
- Rachel Kohlwey (2013 - 2014)
- Harvey Munoz (2013 - 2014)
- Raymond Avery Jenkins (Alternate)
For more information about STAC, please review the STAC Constitution (PDF 87KB), STAC Bylaws (PDF 109KB), and Governance Structure (PDF 47.3KB). Be sure to contact us if you have questions or need more information.
Last updated: 26 November 2012