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Constitution Committee

Associated Students of the University of Wyoming

Purpose

The Constitution Committee is responsible for the initial review and formulation of all proposed amendments to the ASUW Constitution and reviews changes or additions to the ASUW By-Laws and ASUW Rules and Procedures to insure the By-Laws and Rules and Procedures are consistent with the purpose of ASUW and the Constitution. As well, the Committee serves as the body of initial review and recommendation in matters of disputed interpretation of the ASUW Constitution.

Powers

The Constitution Committee receives proposals and requests for recommendations regarding the ASUW Constitution, By-Laws, or Rules and Procedures, and acts in an advisory capacity to the ASUW Senate. The Committee may propose amendments to the ASUW Constitution and By-Laws.

Composition

This Constitution Committee is composed of a minimum of three ASUW Senators, one of whom serves as chairperson, and a minimum of two ASUW Students-at-Large, with one being a Freshman Senator appointed by Freshman Senate, subject to the approval of the ASUW Vice President.

 

Meeting Time: Tuesdays at 7:00pm in the ASUW Conference Room 

Chair: Eric Herold

ASUW Senators: Keatan Metcalf, Wendy Hungerford, Justin Kostelecky, Jacob Kennedy

Freshman Senator: Dairon Mooren

Executive: Courtney Thomson-Lichty


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Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-5204

Email: asuwgov@uwyo.edu

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