• Jason Chavez

    Jason Chavez

    Minneapolis, MN
    Psychology, Organizational Behavior, and Social Work

    Jason's Bio:
    Hello! My name is Jason Chavez! I will be the Student Body President during the school year 2017-2018. I am studying Organizational Behavior, Social Work, and Psychology. I am a Junior here at the college. I have enjoyed my years here because of the schools atmosphere, the community, and the great look Duluth has.

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    Brooke Elvehjem

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    Jason Chavez

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Student Body President – Elected

I was elected as Student Body President at the College! Here are some of the goals we have.

Goals for the following year:

  1. Connect with the student body

    1. Creation of Student Senate Facebook Page

    2. Publish Meeting Minutes – Weekly/Bi Weekly Newsletter

    3. Editing the CSS Senate Page (outdated)

    4. Office hours for people to come talk

    5. Survey sent out to the Student Body


  1. Team Building with Senators

    1. Start of the year retreat

    2. Meeting with different offices on campus to see what we can do

    3. Team Bonding

    4. Go over rules and constitution


  1. Improve communication

    1. Make a “cheat sheet” budget for clubs

    2. Meeting with club leaders before school starts

    3. Roundtables a lot earlier


  1. Promate campus safety

    1. “Get to know the security guards” – Getting Rides

    2. Bringing back Sober Cab

    3. Raising awareness on sexual assault

    4. Safety Walk/Audit on Campus at night


  1. Regaining the Power of the Student Body

    1. Senate and Study Body Forums (1 to 2 times a month)

    2. Making sure CSS faculty/staff pay attention


  1. Increasing Senate Participation

    1. Tabling to recruit senators

    2. Having sheets in the CJL, Student Activities, Storms, Senate Office


  1. Partnerships for Events

    1. Office of Diversity and Inclusion

    2. VIP Office

    3. Center for Equal Access

    4. Career Services


  1. Revamping Senate

    1. New Positions

      1. Vice-President of Diversity

      2. Vice-President of Academic Affairs

      3. Vice-President of Student Affairs

      4. Residential Representative

      5. Commuter Representative

      6. Student Athlete Representative

    2. Executive Positions will be elected not interviewed



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