To consult with the members of the SFUO concerning barriers to accessibility on campus;
To create policies promoting accessibility, including the AODA and implement these policies, practices and procedures into the SFUO;
To provide training to all employees, volunteers and members of the SFUO as needed;
To hold accessibility roundtable meetings open to all undergraduate students, special students and graduate students to provide space for advocacy to come directly from students, identify problems, and prioritize goals rather than these decisions being made solely by allies; and
To bring any recommendations to the BoA as necessary.
To select the Chief Electoral Officer and Chief Returning Officer;
To ratify electoral rules before they come into effect; and
To consider all rulings of the Chief Electoral Officer at the request of a candidate for election
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The 101 Council is the body within the SFUO that is responsible for deciding any situation involving the violation of any 101 Week rule.
The 101 Council shall begin to exist after the first Board of Administration meeting of the summer, but no later than 10 business days before 101 Week, during 101 Week and for any period of time following 101 Week as is necessary to decide any cases brought before it.
At the conclusion of 101 Week, the 101 Council shall prepare a report, to be presented to Board of Administration and the Social Round Table, concerning the operation of this by-law and shall make recommendations as to improvements of this by-law.
To evaluate and make recommendations on the voting process;
To increase student involvement on campus by promoting services, businesses, social programming and other initiatives of the SFUO;
Supervising the promotion team.
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VP University Affairs
The selection committee shall be tasked with selecting candidates to fill the Special Student Director seat as well as any Executive or Faculty Director positions which become vacant after November 1st.