Committees

There are five committees within the Campus Activities Team. Each committee is made up of a leadership team and general members who plan and execute diverse programming related to the purpose of their committee.

Leadership team

President

  • Serve as CAT's executive director and act as CAT's spokesperson to maintain open channels of communication with constituents from every aspect of campus life
  • Manage all CAT operations to ensure the organization is effective and efficient
  • Chair all CAT general body and executive team meetings
  • Responsible for aiding all vice presidents in program planning to ensure events are programmed at the highest level possible
  • Ensure the finical solvency of CAT by maintaining the organization's budget
  • All other responsibilities and duties noted in the position description, which can be found on the application

Position description

Vice Presidents

  • Oversee a committee comprised of coordinators and general members
  • Responsible for managing and fulfilling the purpose of said committee
  • Plan and execute diverse programming that engages WSU students
  • Market and promote programs using multiple media sources
  • Be present and engaged at all programs hosted by the committee of which the VP oversees
  • Consistently attend CAT programs and support the CAT philosophy and team
  • All other responsibilities and duties noted in the position description, which can be found on the application

Position descriptions

Coordinators

  • Assist the Vice President in coordinating and executing specific programs or responsibilities
  • Serve as program support for the committee of which the coordinator serves
  • Consistently attend CAT programs and support the CAT philosophy and team
  • Attend CAT general body meetings
  • All other responsibilities and duties noted in the position description, which can be found on the application

Position descriptions

Requirements

  • All undergraduate students shall have and maintain a minimum 2.75 GPA. Graduate students shall maintain satisfactory grade standards as specified in the Graduate Bulletin that is not below 2.75 GPA, with a cumulative 2.75 GPA. 
  • Undergraduates must be currently enrolled in 6 credit hours. Graduate students must be currently enrolled in 3 credit hours. Undergraduate students who are enrolled in a professional program in which their curriculum requires them to be less than part-time must be enrolled in at least 3 credits. 
  • All students interested in being the President or a Vice President must be available to meet 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 for a training session, and the following days for summer program planning work days:
    • May 2
    • May 31
    • June 28
    • July 26
  • All students interested in being a President, Vice President or Coordinator must be available 5 to 8 p.m. on April 18, 2019  for a training session.
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