There are several committees to get involved in on ECOS! They work to help on various projects that their committee heads projects run smoothly. If you are interested in these committees, reach out to the committee heads listed below!
The Academic Affairs Committee functions as a liaison between students and faculty. We will work to increase student-professor interaction, plan academic events, and assist ECOS organizations with academic programs. If this sounds of any interest to you please fill out the form below!! If you have any questions please feel free to reach out.
The Financial Affairs Committee works to approve ICV forms, clubs budgets, oversee allocations and help with various other financial matters.
Anna Novak firstname.lastname@example.org
The Student Engagement Community fosters the bridge between the students, ECOS, and the College. Being on this committee will mean you work with me on scheduling, planning, creating, designing and working together on events, social media posts, graphic designs, and much more! This year, my intentions are focused on transparency, inclusion, and bridging the gap between athletes and non-athletes.
The Environmental Responsibility Committee (ERC) is a Cabinet position through the Eckerd College Organization of Students (ECOS). We work to implement sustainable initiatives on campus through working with various on and off-campus groups and to encourage an overall nature of sustainability and environmental stewardship at Eckerd College. We are looking for passionate students interested in collaborating with like-minded peers to apply.
Chloe McKenna and Macey Woodlock
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Constitution, Regulations and By-Laws committee updates and changes the constitution as needed and approve clubs that are chartered.
Elections and Civic Engagement committee runs Senate and Executive Board elections and promote on campus civic engagement.
What is Palmetto, you ask? Only the coolest group of student event planners around! We did most of the weekend events last year, like Spring Ball, laser tag, karaoke, silent disco, etc.
The Cultural Council works with cultural clubs to create events and propose policy changes that are centered around diversity, equity, and inclusion.