Library Student Advisory Committee

Purpose

The Library Student Advisory Committee was created to give student a voice in library services, spaces, and resources. LSAC collaborates with Stewart Library administration and staff to provide ideas, feedback, and advocacy to create a stronger library and promote student success.



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Special Appointment Cycle

We currently have openings for students from the College of Arts and Humanities, the College of Education, the Goddard School of Business, and the Davis Campus. These appointments will be for Spring 2021 only.

Application Due for special spring appointment: Monday, November 23, 2020, 11:59 pm.

Who is on LSAC?

  • Students from all of the WSU colleges appointed by the library through an application process.
  • Appointments to the LSAC are made in during the spring semester, for annual terms to begin fall semester. Terms are renewable, upon a new application.
  • Membership includes representation from all of the academic colleges, at least one graduate student, at least one student from Davis Campus, and a liaison from the Weber State University Student Association (WSUSA).

What will I gain from the experience?

  • Serving on the LSAC will provide an opportunity to share feedback and concerns about the library that are of the highest priority to your fellow students.
  • Participation provides essential skills for future work, including leadership, teamwork, problem-solving, and communication skills, as well as potential connections for future references.
  • You will directly shape the library services, resources, and spaces that are essential to your success at WSU.
  • You can develop a greater sense of belonging at WSU.
  • You will receive a $50.00 gift card at the end of your service if you meet the attendance requirements.

What is expected of members?

  • Provide information about student needs, concerns, and priorities.
  • Provide advice and feedback on library policies, services, and spaces.
  • Share ideas and input on the design and implementation of new library services.
  • Provide insights into student study, research, and library use habits.
  • Serve as a library advocate and communicate information about library services and resources to the student community.
  • Attend 5 monthly meetings (September, October/November, January, February, March/April).