The Student Assembly exists to provide student representation for all academic departments and concentrated student populations, to disseminate important information to students, and to deliver student opinion.
Assembly Members are elected by students in their academic departments (when applicable) or appointed during the spring semester for the upcoming school year. The Assembly Speaker represents all students in leading the Assembly is elected at the same time as other Executive Council members.
The Assembly issues formal recommendations on issues important to Boise State students. These Recommendations are comprised of one “majority” student opinions as well as other “minority” opinions. Assembly members vote for the opinion that best represents the thoughts of the concentrated population they represent.
Any Boise State student, faculty, or staff member can request a recommendation using this Request for Opinion form.
Fall 2013 Assembly meetings will be held on Wednesdays at 3:00pm in the Student Union Building on the following dates: To be determined. The specific rooms can be found on any of the reader boards in the Student Union.
Your Assembly Members
Concentrated PopulationsIn spring 2012, students ratified changes to the ASBSU Constitution that allows for assembly member positions to represent various concentrated populations of students. These positions will be developed and announced toward the end of the semester, and they will be filled by appointment by the ASBSU President. Concentrated Populations Graduate College: First Year Students: First Year Students: First Year Students: Fraternity and Sorority Life: University Housing: International Students: Sexual Orientation Minorities: Racial and Ethnic Minorities:
Racial and Ethnic Minorities: Honors College: Athletics:
Veteran Students: College of Arts and Sciences Art:
Modern Languages & Literatures:
Theatre Arts: College of Business and Economics Accountancy:
Information Technology & Supply Chain Management:
Marketing & Finance: College of Education Bilingual Education & ESL Program:
Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundation Studies: Early Childhood Studies Education: Educational Technology: Kinesiology: Literacy: Special Education: College of Engineering Civil Engineering:
Electrical & Computer Engineering:
Instructional and Performance Technology:
Materials Science & Engineering:
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering: College of Health Sciences Community and Environmental Health:
Respiratory Therapy: College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs Anthropology:
Public Policy and Administration: