The Audit Committee shall consist of at least three (3) members, at least one (1) of whom shall be a Director. The Audit Committee shall recommend to the Board of Directors the independent public accountant to be retained to conduct the annual audit of FSA’s financial books and records and shall serve as the primary contact with said auditors. The Committee shall review with the auditor the scope of the annual audit and management letter and shall report on the results of such audits to the Board of Directors.
The Executive Committee shall consist of the President as Chair, the Vice-President, the Treasurer, the Secretary and such other members of the Board of Directors as the Board may from time to time determine. If none of the above positions are filled by a student, one undergraduate student board member will be designated a member of the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall meet on the call of its Chair and may conduct the business of FSA when it is not convenient for the full Board to meet or as the Board may from time to time authorize. At all meetings of the Executive Committee, a majority of the members thereof shall constitute a quorum.
The Finance Committee shall consist of the Treasurer as Chair, and at least three (3) other members. The Finance Committee shall be responsible for the development of sound financial plans as well as generally supervising the financial affairs of FSA. Specifically, the Committee shall review projected financial requirements, evaluate and recommend the adoption of annual budgets and maintain control over expenditures by evaluating FSA management and financial reports and plans.
The purpose of this committee is to provide guidance on the delivery of current services, or the proposal for new services within the mission and vision of FSA from the perspective of the campus community, with specific emphasis on the student experience. Updates will be provided at each board meeting.
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Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) Committee
The Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) Committee is a diverse group of staff members, medical professionals and students who carefully review plan premium increases and plan coverage changes requested by the Aetna Student Health Insurance company. The committee reviews premium cost in comparison to benefit coverage and together as a group decide on different options available for improvement and/or what coverage is needed and will be most beneficial for SBU students.
The purpose of the Student Voice on Campus Dining Committee is to gather student opinion and feedback in all aspects of the dining process. This group is responsible for representing the student body and act as a resource to gather student feedback, communicate changes to meal plan holders, and provide recommendations in an effort to enhance the overall on-campus dining experience. This committee will advise the FSA Board, representing the opinions and concerns of the student body.