The House consists of elected delegates for each internal Congressional Committee. There are six BSG Congressional Committees: Student Advocacy, Academic Affairs, Community Affairs, Diversity, Organizational Review Board and Public. Membership of Congressional Committees is made up of both Class Senators and House Delegates.
The purpose of this committee is to handle issues related to faculty, classes, scheduling, curricula, student-professor relationships and other academically related topics.
The purpose of this committee is to cover the evaluation, assessment and improvement of every aspect of student life that is not academically related.
The purpose of this committee is to strengthen relationships between the students and the Lewisburg community, thereby improving overall town-gown relations.
The purpose of this committee is to unite members of Bucknell’s diverse communities and BSG to create a forum charged with identifying key diversity related needs on campus. The committee will further the Plan for Bucknell’s pledge to enhance diversity in all its forms through the co-sponsorship of programs and initiatives that will raise awareness for the various elements that exist on campus which make us diverse.
The purpose of this committee is to act as the liaison between student organizations and BSG. This committee oversees the recognition and budget appointment of all student organizations and works for the betterment and efficiency of all student organizations.
The purpose of this committee is to act as the informational link between BSG and the student body as well as handling public relations, advertising, and forming partnerships with other organizations and departments on campus to promote student engagement.
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