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Nontraditional Student Association (NTSA)
The Nontraditional Student Association (NTSA) is a great way to stay connected at Utah State. We’re a student governed organization, we host regular activities, and we can be a big part of your support system on campus. Come get involved!
President: Pam June,
Vice President: Emily Horlacher,
Secretary: Jennae Simmons,
Advisor: Michelle Bogdan-Holt, firstname.lastname@example.org
NTSA Board Member Application.
NTSA Structure & Function
The Nontraditional Student Association (NTSA) is led by an Executive Council composed of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Media Specialist, and Family-Friendly Activity Specialist. President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer officers receive a scholarship which requires them to carry a minimum of 12 credits per semester and obtain a 2.75 semester GPA during their service. Other council members should carry a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester, and obtain a 2.75 semester GPA during their service. The Student Association will be advised by the Access & Diversity Center Nontraditional Program Coordinator(s).
Board Member Time Commitment
Board members agree to fulfill a minimum 5 hour per month commitment engaged in activities as described below.
- Advisory Board Meeting. The Board will meet once per month. The Board will utilize email (and/or other forms of electronic communication) as a main source of communication, not meetings.
- NTSA Club Meeting/Activity. The Board will host one activity per month for Nontraditional Students and NTSA members. It will be the Board's responsibility to plan and execute this activity.
- Feedback. The Board will provide feedback and input, as well as solicit feedback from peers, regarding the efficacy of Access & Diversity Center's programming in meeting the needs of Nontraditional students at Utah State University.