What matters to you at CSU?

by Shannon Dale

Are you passionate about strengthening CSU benefit and compensation packages for APs across campus? Do you want to join in the conversation about green initiatives on-campus? Would you like a voice in efforts around affordable housing for CSU employees in Fort Collins? 

Now is the time to join these important conversations. It is election time for CSU’s Administrative Professional Council, the arm of shared governance that works to represent and promote the interests of administrative professionals across the University. Currently, the APC includes over 40 representatives and Executive Committee members across 15 different areas. What matters to you at CSU poster

This year, there are openings in the following areas:

Area 1: CSU System; President’s Office, Vice President for External Relations, Vice President for Diversity, Athletics, Public Safety & General Counsel

Area 2: Provost & Executive Vice President; Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs; Vice Provost for International Affairs; Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs; Vice President for Information Technology/Dean of Libraries; Vice President for Enrollment and Access & Dean of Graduate Studies

Area 3: Vice President for University Operations

Area 4: Vice President for University Advancement

Area 6: Vice President for Student Affairs

Area 7: College of Agricultural Sciences & Agricultural Experiment Station

Area 8: College of Health and Human Sciences

Area 11: Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Area 12: Warner College of Natural Resources and Colorado State Forest Service

Area 14: College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Area 15: Vice President for Engagement

Nominate yourself or a colleague from your department to run for election for the coming year. You can learn more about the APC and its representative areas at http://ap.colostate.edu.    

What are we working on this year? 

Take a look at the APC’s current initiatives and see where your interests align: 

• Increase AP outreach and engagement

• Participate in work-life balance policy discussions

• Advocate for a consistent AP evaluation system and process

• Advocate for parking and transportation options

• Advocate for strengthening benefits and compensation packages for APs

Nominations are due by Friday, March 29. Contact Rosanna Bateman, APC Nominations and Elections chair, at Rosanna.Bateman@colostate.edu if you have questions or you would like to nominate yourself or someone else for a position on APC. 

APC Elections will be held in April through an online ballot. Please look for correspondence from your area representative with a link to vote. 

Get involved and make a real impact at CSU – nominate today!

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