Student Conduct Committee Application
After reading the SCC position description and committee responsibilities, to apply please complete online application below on or before October 6, 2017. Completed applications will be reviewed for eligibility (see below) and the names of qualified applicants will be forwarded to the Student Government Association for nomination consideration.

Minimum Eligible Requirements:
1. You must be registered for 3 or more credit hours at the University of Maine at Augusta.
2. You must be in good disciplinary standing with the University (not on current sanction).
3. You must in good academic standing with the University (not on academic probation or suspension).
4. Under UMA policy, to be eligible to serve on an administrative (non-SGA) UMA committee, you must have a GPA of 2.00 or higher AND complete at least 80% of all courses attempted.

What is your primary UMA campus affiliation?
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I have read the description of the Student Conduct Committee and Member Responsibilities:
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Please list any extracurricular activities you have participated in at UMA:
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Please list any anticipated significant time commitments for the upcoming year (include jobs, internships, extracurricular activities, family obligations, etc.)
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Why are you interested in being a member of the Student Conduct Committee?
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What do you hope to gain from this experience?
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What do you view as the purpose of the Student Conduct Committee?
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By entering my name below, I affirm that all the information provided in this application is true to the best of my knowledge. I understand that any false statements may result in my elimination from the selection process.
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