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Presides over all meetings and is a representative of SAC to the Northwest Missouri State University community, serving as the spokesperson.
Assists with planning and coordinating media and promotions for SAC events, oversees the organization in the absence of the Executive Director.
Records and distributes minutes, maintains budgets, maintains committee member attendance.
Coordinates music programming; responsible for, but not limited to, a minimum of two large concert events in an academic year; Coordinate Unplugged series, consisting of at least 7 acts per year.
Plans and coordinates entertainment programming; Books a minimum of three acts in a calendar school year; Book at least one major act per academic year (Comedian,hypnotist etc.); Organizes noon programming, at least 7 per year.
Plans and coordinates events during University recognized special events; Works with the President during the summer to plan and finalize Advantage Week, and SOAR events; Helps sponsor SOAR, Advantage Week, Family Weekend, Homecoming, and Northwest Week.
Plans and coordinates late night activities focusing primarily on "alternatives to alcohol" programming; Reserves location for the Late Night entertainment; Purchases supplies and prizes.
Plans and organizes lecture series; may work with Distinguished Lecture programmer; Books a minimum of three speakers per academic year; Contacts special interest groups for co-sponsorship opportunities or to provide information regarding lectures (i.e. relevant clubs and organizations,teachers, and outside community groups).
Maintains relationship and communication between SAC and Student Senate.