ASCP Advisory Committee
Student engagement is a critical piece to the success of the ASCP, and one way interested students can participate in the ideation and proposal process of sustainability initiatives is to join our Advisory Committee. A sub-committee of the Student Advisory Committee to the Auraria Board (SACAB), the ASCPAC plays an active role in evaluating the feasibility and projected environmental impacts of various sustainability projects before implementation. This group has a great opportunity to gain experience in public speaking, group decision making, and proposal writing.
Our committee, while open to whomever is interested, officially holds 4 total student representatives. These students represent each school and one serves in a Chair position and is appointed by SACAB. If you're interested in helping the ASCP decide what environmental projects are most important and impactful for students, please contact us now to learn more!
From water bottle filling stations and bike shelters to conference attendance, there have been so many successful projects that started as an idea that a student brought forward. While we can't pursue all projects, we encourage any interested students to stop by and learn about what we're already doing and what still needs to be done!