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Audit/Finance

 

This Committee is responsible for the review of the Association's accounting process, making recommendations for changes/modifications in record keeping, compiling and gathering necessary financial records for audit purposes and recommending to the Board of Directors the names of certified public accountants to conduct the Association's audit of financial records.

Bylaws

 

This Committee is responsible for reviewing the Association's Constitution and By-laws and their impact and effectiveness on the operation of the Association and recommending, at least annually, any needs for changes/modifications

Chapter Presidents

 

        Chapter Presidents

 

Class Reunion

 

This Committee is responsible for recommending, planning and implementation of activities for the classes in reunion. Responsibilities include identification of alumni in reunion, identification of a chairperson for each class in reunion, notification to alumni of each class in reunion, activities for classes in reunion, assisting each class in reunion in identifying potential goals and objectives, coordinating with the Homecoming Committee class in reunion activities planned during Homecoming.

Conference Site

 

This Committee is responsible for notification to Chapters of the site selection process, accepting bids from Chapters to host the National conference, recommending site selections based on bids, and coordinating with the host chapter the logistics for the conference. The Committee will use a two-year bid cycle.

Elections

 

See Article X of the Constitution and Bylaws. This committee is also responsible for consulting with the Bylaws Committee regarding any recommendations regarding changes/modifications in the election process.

Founder's Day

 

This Committee will coordinate with the University activities associated with recognizing Dr. Holley. Responsibilities include but are not limited to serving as the alumni representative on the University's Founder's Day committee, communication to alumni regarding Founder's Day, luncheon reservations, securing the luncheon venue, selection of a speaker for the luncheon, proposed luncheon program format, and menu selection. Recommendations made are subject to Board approval.

 

Fundraising

 

This Committee will recommend to the Board of Directors activities that will generate and increase alumni giving. Recommendations should include: a goal, identify participants, project expenses and income. The Committee will be responsible for the implementation and monitoring of such activities and submit a report to the Board of Directors (including participation by alumni, chapters, friends of ASU, etc., expenses and the amount of income generated) within sixty days after such activity.

GAAHBSU

 

This Committee will serve as the Association's representation on the GABSU committee and will serve as liaison with the University as it relates to any needs, requests for information needed or required from the University. The year the Association is the host, the committee will be responsible for recommending, subject to Board and GABSU approval, and implementation of approved activities for the GABSU conference.

Hall of Fame

 

This Committee is responsible for notification to alumni of the Hall of Fame process, evaluating nominees for the Association's Hall of Fame and recommending nominee(s) to the Association's Board of Directors for induction into the Hall of Fame (this Committee is specifically prohibited from public disclosure of any actions it has taken). Responsibilities also include recommending (1) site/venue selection for the Ceremony, (2) plaque or award signifying induction, (3) the program format, (4) menu selection, (5) publicity, and (6) changes/modifications needed in the Hall of Fame process.

Homecoming

 

This Committee is responsible for planning (subject to Board approval) and implementing activities for alumni during Homecoming. A representative of this Committee will represent the Association on the University's Homecoming committee. Responsibilities of this Committee include but are not limited to recommendations (1) regarding hotel venue's, (2) communication to alumni regarding alumni activities planned, (3) alumni registration for Homecoming, (4) ensuring that all activities are staffed, (5) special merchandise for sale at Homecoming, (6) preparation of a report to the Board of Directors within 60 days evaluating the participation of alumni, income and expenses for Homecoming activities, and (7) changes in the Homecoming activity schedule.

 Legislative

 

 

 Nominating

 

See Article X of the Constitution and Bylaws. This committee is also responsible for consulting with the Bylaws Committee regarding any recommendations regarding changes/modifications in the nominating process.

Scholarship

 

This Committee is responsible for the identification and selection on an annual basis of a worthy student(s) to receive financial assistance from the Association through its scholarship programs (Marie H. Dixon Scholarship and Pre-Alumni Scholarship). The amount of scholarship to be awarded will be in accordance with established Board policy. Recommendations made are subject to Board and Association approval.

Sports Hall of Fame

 

This Committee is responsible for notification to alumni of the Sports Hall of Fame process, evaluating nominees for the Association's Sports Hall of Fame and recommending nominee(s) to the Association's Board of Directors for induction into the Sports Hall of Fame (this Committee is specifically prohibited from public disclosure of any actions it has taken). Responsibilities also include recommending (1) site/venue selection for the Ceremony, (2) plaque or award signifying induction, (3) the program format, (4) menu selection, (5) publicity, and (6) changes/modifications needed in the Sports Hall of Fame process.

 

 

The Albany State University Alumni Association is a Corporation, a legally recognized organization under the laws of the State of Georgia. The Association is classified as a non-profit, tax-exempt organization formed solely for philanthropic purposes.