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Academic Honor Council
The Academic Honor Council is an appellate and judicial body comprised of student justices who maintain high ethical and academic standards. A minimum 3.25 GPA is required for a seat on the Honor Council and the formal application process opens in the Spring. Justices provide counsel to C&IS faculty, staff and students regarding academic integrity.
Chief Justice: Brianna Duncan
Advisors: Alyson Jarnagin & Dr. Sara Hartley
The C&IS Ambassadors is a leadership organization of approximately 30 students who serve as the official ambassadors for the College of Communication and Information Sciences. Their mission is to promote interest in the field of communication and assist the College with special events and programs. The C&IS Ambassadors serve with the deans at events such as the C&IS Hall of Fame, Board of Visitors meetings, The Tailgate at Reese Phifer and student recruitment events. Applications are open to all students with a major in the College.
The Student Executive Council exists to coordinate the organizations within the College of Communication and Information Sciences while fostering stronger relationships between the students, faculty and alumni of the College and serving as a place for students to voice their concerns. The SEC is responsible for fundraising to support the C&IS Student Organization Fund.
SEC is composed of the president or appointed representative of a C&IS student organization approved by SEC, elected C&IS SGA senator and two delegates elected to represent each C&IS major.
Applications for SEC general membership are available in the spring. Once the SEC general members have been selected, general members will have an opportunity to run for executive officer (President, VP, Secretary) and departmental delegate positions which will be voted on in a College-wide election.