ASMT (Associated Students of Montana Tech) Committees

Constitution and By-Laws

Committee Members: Parliamentarian Andrea Gonzalez McCord; Senators Liam Ruoff, Maria Burke, Kevin Sabel.

Email: asmt.parliamentarian@mtech.edu

Meeting Time: Sunday evenings, or as needed. Email to be added to the calendar.

Location: ASMT Office (MILL 208)

Goal: The goal of the Constitution and By-Laws committee is to rewrite old legislation and make changes to further enhance the student government.

Food Pantry

Committee Chair: Senators Madison Skeel, Maggee Nielsen, and Taylor Liva

Committee Members: Vice President Caleb Ygnatowiz

Email: asmt.vicepresident@mtech.edu

Meeting Time: Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. (Before regular Senate meetings)

Location: ASMT Office (MILL 208)

Goal: The Food Pantry Committee’s mission is to alleviate food insecurity for students and provide them with nutritious food. The current goal for the committee is to create a sustainable plan for the food pantry for future semesters.

Campus and Community

Committee Chair: Senators Baylie Phillips and Sammi Phillips

Committee Members: Senators Taylor Liva, Evan Guengerich, Maggee Nielsen, Madison Skeel, Brie Birkenbuel and Issac Gilfeather.

Email: bphillips@mtech.edu

Meeting Time: Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. (After regular Senate meetings)

Location: ASMT Office (MILL 208)

Goal: The Campus and Community committee’s mission is to improve the campus and community of Montana Tech. A big focus of this committee is in the spring called M-Days. This is a weeklong event to give back to our students for all their hard work. This committee also provides mini events around campus to provide entertainment for students.

Student Affairs

Committee Chair: Senator Maria Burke

Committee Members: Senators Evan Guengerich, Sammi Phillips, Brie Birkenbuel, Maggee Nielson

Email: mburke1@mtech.edu

Meeting Time: Mondays at 6:30 p.m.

Location: ASMT Office (MILL 208)

Goal: The Student Affairs committee was created to serve as a venue for addressing issues and policies that affect the student body. Our goal is to represent the student voice of Montana Tech regarding student life, and services, on campus. We find value in improving the quality of education and striving for ways to make students become more successful. The Student Affairs committee serves as a direct line of communication between students, faculty, and administrators.