Interested in the Rensselaer Student Senate? Check out this post from the Hospitality Services Advisory Committee to learn more! At HSAC, we work together with Hospitality Services to improve dining services on campus! Meetings are 6:00-7:00 pm in the Student Government Suite Club Library. There is also a decent probability there will be free food! Who can turn down free food?? Not me! Meetings start 9/7/17, so why not change your food? If you want to learn more, contact Jenna Freedberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in the Rensselaer Student Senate? Check out this post from the Community Relations Committee to learn more! The Community Relations Committee's goal is to increase RPI student interactions with the community. If you want to get involved in starting a dialogue with the community around RPI and volunteering to make your community a better place, this is the committee for you! We are 3rd floor of the Rensselaer Student Union from 7 pm to 8 pm every Wednesday night in the Student Government Suite (SGS). If you want to learn more, contact Michael Gardner at email@example.com.
Interested in participating in this year's Hockey Line? Check out the participant guide here! Group leaders can register their groups either by filling out this Google form or by printing out and submitting these paper forms to the Union Admin Office during normal business hours. For any questions, please contact the Grand Marshal at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Interested in the Rensselaer Student Senate? Check out this post from the Academic Affairs Committee to learn more! Do you have ideas on improving RPI's academics? Would you like to work closely with faculty to improve our classes? If you answered yes to either question, the Academic Affairs Committee (AAC) is perfect for you! The AAC is group of like-minded students that work to bring their ideas to life. If you would like to get involved, please drop by Wednesdays at 8pm in the student government suite at the RPI Union. Bring any ideas and friends you have! If you want to learn more, contact Risheel Gabbireddy at email@example.com.
Interested in the Rensselaer Student Senate? Check out this post from the Facilities & Services Committee to learn more! Joining Facilites and Services Committee gives you the capability to make a difference in many aspects of RPI student life including shuttles, public safety, infrastructure and working to make campus more sustainable! If you want to be apart of affecting change in these important aspects of campus life for only one hour of commitment a week then this is the perfect way to get involved! Meetings are Tuesday at 8 PM in SGS (third floor of the union). If you want to learn more, contact Nancy Bush at firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep an eye out for this FSC poster around campus! Read More
Interested in the Rensselaer Student Senate? Check out this post from the Student Government Communications Committee to learn more! Like social media? Have any Illustrator, Photoshop or InDesign experience? Student Government Communications Committee (SGCC) is a great way to be involved, stay informed and get creative in finding new ways to distribute information to the entire student body! Meetings are held on Wednesday nights at 9:00 PM in the Student Government Suite on the 3rd Floor of the Union. Stop by! If you want to learn more, contact Stefanie Warner at email@example.com! Check out the Summer Report! Monthly Report_Summer 2017
On Wednesday, August 30, 2017, I gave the following address to the Class of 2021 at the 2017 Convocation. – Justin
Excitement. Passion. Suspense. Intrigue. There are a number of emotions you’re feeling right now. I know; I sat where you're sitting a few years ago. Right now, it may seem like you’ll be here on campus for a long time, but you’re about to kick off what might be the most hectic, fast-paced, and thrilling years you’ve ever experienced. You’ve heard many useful tips and ideas over the past few days—and you even heard from me yesterday at Welcome Fest—but I’m not here today to give you advice. I’ve sat through many great speeches about how to prepare for my four years and how to make the most of my college experience.