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Be a part of a SHAC Committee!

Spirit & Traditions - Help plan upcoming spirit events such as National Kazoo Day or help coordinate with Relay for Life.

Housing Improvements - Making real changes in the Residence Halls, like fixing up the basketball courts or upgrading the WiFi in University Housing.

PR & Leadership - Create different leadership programs and get the word out about SHAC.

Events & Panthers After Dark - Help plan upcoming SHAC events, like Paint 'N Sip, Mental Health Week, and Off-Campus events.

When are the SHAC meetings? - SHAC meets are at 7:30 PM every Monday throughout the academic year. However, the location changes monthly to accommodate all the Community Councils we have throughout campus.

February - Cambridge 171  

March - Sandburg C210

April - Cambridge 171

May - Sandburg C210         

                                                                

Social Media

Check out our Facebook page: http://facebook.com/SHACatUWM

Twitter: @SHACatUWM or http://twitter.com/SHACatUWM

Portal Information

Description

Our purpose, as representatives of UWM residents, is to improve both academic and social quality of life. As a voice of the residents, we work to develop leadership skills, provide social and educational programming, and insure the rights, privileges, and freedoms of all residents.

Category

Governance

Office Location (Include UWM bldg and room number):

Sandburg C155

Month of elections

April

Group Email
Membership Requirements:

Indicate any GPA or other requirements for Membership.

UWM student living in Cambridge Commons, Sandburg, or Purin Residence Halls

PURPOSE:

Summarize the organization's purpose as stated in the charter or constitution. (60 word maximum)

Our purpose, as representatives of UWM residents, is to improve both academic and social quality of life. As a voice of the residents, we work to develop leadership skills, provide social and educational programming, and insure the rights, privileges, and freedoms of all residents.

ACTIVITIES:

Summarize organizational events, activities and programs. (40 word maximum)

Our activities include writing legislation for change in the halls, travel to Residence Hall Association conferences, and hosting programs in the Residence Hall.

Public Contact Officer Name:

Must be one of the four primary officers list on page 2 of this form. First and last name required.

Jonathan Brown

Public Contact Phone:

Must be one of the four primary officers list on page 2 of this form. Include area code.10 digits only such as 4142295780. No dashes, periods or parentheses.

15103871128

Public Contact Email:

Must be one of the four primary officers list on page 2 of this form.