Student Technology Advisory Committee
Proposes improvements to campus services and technology.
The Student Technology and Campus Services Advisory Committee is a Technology @ Wheaton governance advisory committee chaired by a representative from Student Government who is invested solutions for technology, the bookstore, dining, housing, and post office services on campus. It provides ideas and feedback and makes recommendations to the Chief Information and Campus Services Officer (CICSO).
- Chief Information and Campus Services Officer (Co‐chair)
- SG Executive Vice President of Finance and Technology (Co‐chair)
- SG Executive Vice President of College Life
- Graduate School Council Representative
- One additional member from current Student Government
- At least one student representative from each of the following divisions:
- Conservatory, Arts, and Communication
- Natural and Social Sciences
- School of Biblical and Theological Studies
- School of Mission, Ministry, and Leadership
- School of Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy
The Student Technology and Campus Services Advisory Committee is to provide a venue for student representatives to propose improvements to campus technology and services; voice issues experienced with campus technology and services; and provide feedback to the Chief Information and Campus Services Officer on any relevant technology and campus services initiatives. The feedback from students will guide the Chief Information and Campus Services Officer in establishing and maintaining a strategic vision for technology and campus services at Wheaton College.
The primary objective of technology and campus services on campus is to support learning and the overall student experience. Recognizing this, it is of utmost importance that students be involved in selecting and guiding technology and campus service initiatives and understanding the rationale behind investments at the college. The Student Technology and Campus Services Advisory Committee establishes a structure for student input to be heard and responded to on a regular basis.
The Student Government Executive Vice President (EVP) of Finance and Technology will be responsible for the selection of undergraduate student representatives for each meeting. She/he will recruit members from both the Finance and Technology Committee and from the broader student body to ensure representation from the different divisions of the college. The Graduate School is responsible for selecting the graduate representative. The goal is to have ten undergrads and one or two grad students on the committee. The student representatives will include a variety of class years, academic divisions and schools, ethnic backgrounds, and gender.
The committee shall meet once per quad, for a total of four meetings per year, and will be initiated by the EVP of Finance and Technology. She/he will reach out to the Chief Information and Campus Services Officer to organize and schedule the meeting.
- Wendy Woodward
Chief Information Officer (Co‐chair)
- Luke Witzig
Student Government Executive Vice President of Technology and Finance (Co‐chair)
- Natalie Bell
- Jacob Buterbaugh
- Hannah Flanigan
- Hanqi Huang
- Steven Kang
- Hailey Kramer
- Joseph Lau
- Abbi Littrell
- Sitara Roden
- Hannah Silk
- Bill Bemister | Academic and Institutional Technology, ex-officio
- Tony Dawson | Auxiliary Services, ex-officio
Revised Autumn 2018