ASWSUTC members

Five Year Plan

Improve Advocacy Efforts

Objectives:

  1. Advocate with a purpose,
  2. Increase officer visibility,
  3. Advocate correctly, and
  4. Begin and maintain relationships.

We Promise to:

  1. Differentiate between college, university, and system-wide issues,
  2. Reach out to students consistently,
  3. Connect with the correct faculty and staff, and
  4. Increase face-to-face connections and follow up.
Have a Role in University Decisions

Objectives:

  1. Increase WSU knowledge,
  2. Be informed on university processes,
  3. Be a reliable committee member, and
  4. Have a student voice on all campus and system-wide committees.

We Promise to:

  1. Connect with WSUTC and system-wide faculty and staff,
  2. Learn university processes and who to go to,
  3. Follow through on commitments, and
  4. Show we are open and interested in serving the students.
Be Taken Seriously as an Organization

Objectives

  1. Become well-known on campus,
  2. Be more approachable,
  3. Represent the organization well, and
  4. Be reliable.

We Promise to:

  1. Reach out to students more,
  2. Spend more time talking to students,
  3. Maintain an appropriate level of professionalism, and
  4. Prepare for meetings and be present in them.
Increase At-Large Student Involvement

Objectives

  1. Gather more feedback from students,
  2. Make purposeful committee appointments,
  3. Increase the student voice, and
  4. Improve the knowledge of ASWSUTC.

We Promise to:

  1. Increase the number of surveys, polls, and petitions we release,
  2. Find the right student for committees,
  3. Advocate for more at-large student positions on campus committees, and
  4. Hold forums to keep students updated on our work.
Make Our Work Meaningful

Objectives

  1. Improve organization retention,
  2. Increase student leader involvement,
  3. Increase interest in ASWSUTC, and
  4. Build important professional skills.

We Promise to:

  1. Find passionate people to work on projects they care about,
  2. Allow ASWSUTC officers to be club officers,
  3. Show the importance of our work to students and the university, and
  4. Create more team projects.
What Would a Successful Year Be? | One Year Plan
  • Pass ten successful resolutions,
  • Obtain less than 35% of responses on the Student Survey that state no knowledge of ASWSUTC officers or initiatives,
  • Increase the number of students who come into the General Office,
  • Make valuable connections to campus and system administration,
  • Have a student representative on 80% of campus committees,
  • Receive signatures from at least 10% of the student body on all petitions, and
  • Replace less than three positions within ASWSUTC this year.