Student Affairs Community Council

Vision

The Student Affairs Community Council provides direct and effective communication between external constituencies and the University of North Florida.  Addressing the diverse needs of students, the Council provides opportunities to invest in and support the UNF community and programs.

Mission

Valuing the diversity of UNF’s student body, the Student Affairs Community Council recognizes the needs of the students and works to meet Divisional priorities.  Through leadership, dedication, and support, the Council strengthens student scholarships, facilities, international projects, and special initiatives.  The Council values the University’s mission and recognizes the importance of learning outside the classroom.

 

2013 SACC Organizational Chart 

Council Members

Dr. Neeru Arora
 

Roya Ashurian
     

Greg Bruce
 

Bob Buehn
 

Jack Conway

 

Michael DeSanto

 

Carmen Fenn Drake            
 

Dr. Ann Flipse
                                                                 

a n n e  Goldbauer

 

Rear Admiral Victor Guillory

 

Andy Harold

 

Rick Hoffman
 

Debbie Johnson
 

Dr. Anne Lufrano

 

Leah Lynch
 

Major Gen. Gerald S. Maloney, USAF (Ret)                
 


 

Leslie Moeini
 

Ricardo Morales, Jr. 
 

Dr. Dan Morgann
 

Bruce Ogier
 

Ronald Pellum

 

Dave Reed 

  

Linda Slade
 

 

Committees

Executive Committee 

  • Consists of the Council Chair, Vice Chair, standing Committee Chairs, Immediate Past President, all remaining Past Presidents, Vice President for Student and International Affairs, and SA’s  Director of Development.
  • Will meet between regular SACC meetings, at least two times per year.  
  • Will report on its activities at the next regularly scheduled Council meeting.

 

Resource Development Committee  

  • Will assist SA’s Director of Development in identification and cultivation of potential prospects for the University, Student Affairs, and the campaign.
  • Will help raise funds and develop new revenue sources for the Council and Division.

 

Governance Committee 

  • Consists of the Immediate Past Chair and at least two additional members. 
  • Takes the lead in Council assessment as to its composition, determining the existing attributes, skill sets, abilities, influence and access to resources that make up the Council. 
  • Determines the future needs of the Council as members roll off in order to balance the Council’s community representation as it relates to professional experience, board experience, diversity and community engagement.  
  • Identifies potential Council member candidates and explores their interest and availability for Council service. 
  • Nominates individuals for consideration by the members of the Council.  
  • Nominates Council members for election as Council officers.  

 

Leadership Committee  

  • Establishes a venue for reciprocal partnerships/relationships whereby community feedback is integrated into the Institute for Values, Community and Leadership
  • Provides a resource of leaders as role models representing multiple constituency groups (non profit, business and industry, contemporary culture)
  • Gives members an integral perspective of the Institute for Values, Community and Leadership and its impact on students and the University community.
  • Serves as an opportunity to further explore opportunities and alliances with our Community Based Transformational Learning initiative.

 

Military and Veterans Program and Services Committee  

  • Will assist SA’s Director of Military and Veterans Programs and Services in identification, prioritization, and implementation of programs and services that apply research and best practices that ensure the successful transition to college of UNF’s military and veteran student population. 
  • Assists with developing a strategic vision that creates academic and non-credit programs and curriculum that engage the military services. (War College, Joint Service College programs and initiatives)
  • Assists with the development of relationships with local businesses that creates mentoring programs for military and veteran students, cultivating the necessary skills and abilities to achieve career success following graduation.

 

Disability Resource Committee

  • Will assist SA's Director of Disability Resource Center and Services in implementation of programs and services that ensure a successful college experience for students with disabilities. 
  • Will work to establish a venue for reciprocal partnerships/relationships whereby community feedback is integrated into the Disability Resource Center.
  • Assists with the development of relationships with local businesses that create mentoring and internship programs for students with disabilities, cultivating the necessary skills and abilities to achieve career success following graduation.    

 

Scholarship Committee 

  • Will work with UNF staff, faculty and, on occasion, other community members to determine scholarship applicants’ eligibility for scholarships awarded by the Division of Student Affairs.