The Queer Students Coordinating Committee offers guidance, insight and advice to SDI regarding programs and services for the LGBTQIA+ Texas State campus. Additionally, the QSACC also helps to coordinate and plan programs and services sponsored by the SDI office. QSACC is comprised of students who represent the university, graduate divisions, and professional schools. The purpose of the Student Coordinating Board is to:
QSACC will consist of 10-12 members who are expected to participate in all council meetings and contribute to standing committees (when created) and program planning. The Coordinating Board is deliberate about seeking students from a wide variety of identities within the LGBTQIA+ community as well as schools and divisions. There will be 3 meetings per semester.
QSACC members who are unable to attend meetings should notify the Coordinator and/or staff in advance. Members who miss more than 2 meetings over the course of the academic year and/or are unable to actively participate may be asked to step down in order to ensure continuity.
Each QSACC member will serve for one academic year, with the opportunity to reapply. There are no term limits, as experience and familiarity with University structures are important assets.
Returning applicants will be asked to reflect on their involvement over the past year of service, including attendance at meetings, active participation, and personal/professional growth. SDI will review written materials and make final decisions.
Membership in QSACC is open to all Texas State University students who meet the following guidelines:
QSACC Positions Available: