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A.S. Campus Life Council

Meeting Minutes
Associated Students | San Diego State University


MARCH 18, 2015 – COUNCIL CHAMBERS

CONRAD PREBYS AZTEC STUDENT UNION – 3:30 PM

A.S. CAMPUS LIFE COUNCIL MINUTES

I. CALL TO ORDER:

Executive Vice President Kevin Hancock called the meeting to order at 3:32 PM.

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. ROLL CALL:

A. Voting Members Present: Kevin Hancock, Jamie Miller, Abby Kim, Samuel Beltran, Patty Masengale, Leo Carillo, Blaire Ward, Clayton Bishop, Kelsey Schroeder, Lorena Acosta, Kirk Sasaki, Tyler Aguilar, Megan Goodman, Grace Diaz, Niveen Kryakos, Jonathan Cole, Jacqueline Karczewski, Corey Polant, Alex Padua, Keagan Casey, Kyle Murphy.

B. Voting Members Absent: Drew Morris, Jennifer Reyes, Marilyn Martinez.

C. Ex-Officios (non-voting) Present: Abel Mercado (designee of Jennifer Reyes), Christina Brown, Randy Timm, Paige Nulliner, Caroline Gillen.

D. Ex-Officios (non-voting) Absent: Clarice Mendoza.

E. Visitors Present: None.

IV. MODIFICATIONS TO AGENDA:

It was moved and seconded to approve the agenda of March 18, 2015.

AGUILAR/SASAKI CARRIED

V. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MINUTES:

It was moved and seconded to approve the previous minutes of March 4, 2015.

SASAKI/ACOSTA CARRIED

VI. PUBLIC COMMENT:

None.

VII. UNIVERSITY REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS

A. SDSU Vice President of Student Affairs Designee, Randy Timm reported:

  1. Student Life and Leadership will be making a university events calendar, featuring the posting of graphics for each event.
  2. A mobile SDSU smart device application will be ready by this summer for orientation.

B. A.S. Executive Director, Christina Brown: None.

C. The W Lot Field Project – Recreation and Wellness Commissioner, Tyler Aguilar, Recreation and Wellness Commission Representative, Sam Beltran, and Aztec Recreation Director, Mark Zakrewski reported:

  1. Currently, the university has five acres of recreational field space for 32,000 students. This space is shared by all of SDSU’s sports clubs, organizations, ROTC, and intramural teams.
  2. ENS700 is a high-use field with natural grass and no lighting. It’s in high demand for recreation and over the last two years, the growth in demand has been exponential. Accessibility is a challenge and many students find themselves on its waiting lists instead of on the field.
  3. It is an estimated $3 million to build W Lot into a recreational field, helping our university achieve the standard field space acres per student ratio.

D. Introduction of the Center for InterCultural Relations – Interim Center for InterCultural Relations Director, Christy Quiogue reported:

After introducing herself, Christy discussed the inception of the Cross-Cultural Center and its purpose as a resource for students, faculty, and stuff on campus. As an SDSU student, Christy advocated for a cultural center like we have today, to promote a sense of a shared community at SDSU.

VIII. ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION:

A. General Consent Agenda: (Action)

It was moved and seconded to approve the General Consent Agenda, as attached.

ACOSTA/MILLER CARRIED

IX. REPORTS OF CAMPUS LIFE COUNCIL MEMBERS:

A. Kevin Hancock, Executive Vice President:

  1. The men’s basketball team will be having a game again St. John’s on Friday night for March Madness.
  2. Save the date for Thursday, April 4/23, for the Aztec Achievement Awards. Doors open at 4:30 PM.

B. Jacqueline Karczewski, Vice President of External Relations:

1. The External Relation Board’s "It’s On Us" Campaign has started. Come and visit their table to sign the support the "It’s On Us" Pledge and receive a bracelet. Sign the Pledge online at https://as.sdsu.edu/itsonus/.

C. Alex Padua, Vice President of Financial Affairs:

  1. The Financial Affiairs Committee has been reviewing all the departments’ rebudgets for the A.S. Quarter 2 Financial Report.

D. Corey Polant, Vice President of University Affairs:

1. The remaining college council forums are as follows:

â–ª Associated Engineering Student Council: Monday, 3/23 at 9:45 AM in the Pride Suite

â–ª College of Arts and Letters Council: Monday, 3/23 from 10-11 AM in Park Blvd

â–ª College of Sciences Student Council: Wednesday, 3/25 from 11-12 PM in the Lee & Frank Goldberg Courtyard

2. The Senate Committee is doing their end of the year recap and Corey will be compiling and presenting A.S.’ report. It is important for our faculty and staff to know A.S.’ progress throughout the year.

3. The university-wide Take Back the Week is from 4/13-17. Monday is Sexual Violence Awareness Day. Tuesday highlights how consent is mandatory. Wednesday will focus upon masculinity. Thursday will be a day of healing with a showing of the film, The Hunting Ground. Friday will have the Take Back the Night university-wide event in the evening in the Lee & Frank Goldberg Courtyard at 4 PM.

E. Keagan Casey, ASBOD Student-at-Large:

  1. The men’s basketball game on Friday is sold-out!The A.S. Mentorship Program’s kick-off event on Friday went great.

F. Kyle Murphy, ASBOD Student-at-Large:

  1. Please do your part as a representative leader of SDSU and educate yourselves on divestment before the Divestment Referendum from April 6-9. Forums are Monday, 3/23 at 5 PM, Tuesday, 3/24 at 4 PM, and Wednesday, 3/25 at 4 PM. All the forums will be head in the Union Theatre.

X. ADJOURNMENT

It was moved and seconded to adjourn the meeting.

MURPHY/KRYAKOS CARRIED

Executive Vice President Kevin Hancock adjourned the meeting at 5:33 PM.