SCSHA Student Advisory Council (SAC)

The purpose of the SCSHA Student Advisory Council (SAC) is to provide the SCSHA Executive Board with bi-annual written feedback about SCSHA professional development, leadership opportunities, and programming for undergraduate and graduate students.

The SCSHA SAC will be composed of 2 undergraduate or graduate students currently enrolled and in good academic standing from each of the Speech-Language Pathology or Communication Sciences and Disorders higher education programs in South Carolina (Bob Jones University, Columbia College, Francis Marion University, Medical University of South Carolina, South Carolina State University, and University of South Carolina).  Applicants for the SAC must be current SCSHA student members in good standing. 

Nominations must be submitted by Program/Department Chairs by August 1st.  Each Program/Department Chair will nominate two students who meet the SAC membership requirements listed above.  Membership on the SCSHA SAC will begin Sept 1st and end August 31st of each calendar year.   Members will be required to serve at least 1 term and will be required to attend 2 meetings annually as well as the SCSHA Convention. SAC members will have the opportunity to apply for the following leadership positions:  SAC Chair, SAC Vice Chair and SAC Secretary. 

 

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