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CLASSC General Body Meetings will be held once a month. Meetings with the Dean will be held 1-2 times per semester. They are scheduled on a rolling basis. During the allocations period, general meetings are liable to increase. Executive Meetings are also held on a rolling basis.

CLASSC Meetings
CLASSC will hold meetings on January 27th in MCCA 2196; February 10th, Febraury 24th, March 23rd, and April 12th in MCCB G086; and March 9th in LIT 101. All meetings are at 7:20pm.

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The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Council

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Council (CLASSC) serves as a resource for CLAS students, and an advocate for student issues within the college. In addition, CLASSC provides funding for programs and travel to conferences for more than  25 student organizations.

CLASSC members have served as student representatives on the CLAS Teacher and Advisor of the Year Selection Committee, the Curriculum Committee and the CLAS Undergraduate Coordinators Committee. CLASSC is responsible for selecting the CLAS Hall of Fame recipients each year, and have recently undertaken such projects as the Majors Fair and Homecoming Parade floats for the college.

CLASSC also created a mentoring program called Mentors for Academic Achievement or MAAP. CLASSC introduced this program to the college in the fall of 2015 to connect like-minded students with similar majors and academic interests. If you're interesting in becoming involved in the program as a mentor or mentee, please direct emails to president.classc@gmail.com.

Inaugural CLASSC Teaching Awards,
Fall 2014

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Council (CLASSC) instituted a new teaching award this fall to recognize the importance of outstanding teaching for the student experience. Each year, the student council will select one faculty member from the humanities, social sciences and sciences to receive this honor. CLAS Student Council

The 2014 recipients are, from L to R, Steven Noll, History; Maria Korolev, Chemistry; and Amie Kreppel, Political Science.

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