Want to get involved and have an impact on student health and well-being?
The Student Health Advisory Board is currently recruiting members for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The Student Health Advisory board serves the following functions:
- Evaluate proposed budgets of Student Health Services (SHS) and recommend an annual budget to the SHS Executive Director.
- Recommend the SHS health fee to the Student Incidental Fee Committee (SIFC).
- Evaluate and recommend changes to SHS programs and services based on the best interests of OSU students.
- Serve as a liaison between the Associated Students of Oregon State University (ASOSU), SIFC and SHS.
- Identify initiatives that promote a healthy university community.
To be eligible to apply for the SHAB, the applicant must:
- Be a health fee-paying student.
- Achieve and maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA (undergraduate) or 3.0 GPA (graduate) or higher.
- Be available for one hour per week for SHAB meetings.
- If selected, you must commit for at least a one-year term.
- You will be expected to attend regular meetings and/or participate on subcommittees for a total of 1-2 hours per week.
- SHAB meetings are held every other week in fall and spring terms and every week during winter term. Meeting times are based on student schedules.
Undergraduate Student Informational Sessions
- April 25th, 10am, Student Health Services Plageman Building 322b
- May 9th, 10am, Student Health Services Plageman Building 322b
Graduate Student Informational Session
- April 25th, 2pm ASOSU Lounge, SEC
- Fill out an application
- All applicants must have an informal meeting with a current SHAB member (at an informational session or on their own).
Recent involvement and ongoing projects
- Prepared and distributed flyers to inform students of the Affordable Care Act and OSU student insurance options.
- Assisting in the planning of the conceptual design for a possible new Student Health Center in future years.
- Developing a more positive view of Student Health Services by students.
- Forming connections with other health groups on campus.
- Strengthening the health alliance of SHS, CAPS and Recreational Sports.
2016-2017 SHAB committee members
(NOTE: More members to be determined)
Alex Beck, Advisor, Health Professions, Microbiology
Karren Cholewinski, Executive Assistant, Budget/Fiscal Planning
Kenny Maes, Assistant Professor, Anthropology Department
Tay McEdwards, Manager of Access Services, Disability Access Services
- Jenny Haubenreiser, Executive Director, Student Health Services
For more information about SHAB or about becoming a member, email firstname.lastname@example.org.