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Presidential Advisory Committees

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Athletics Council

Reports to the President Ex-Officio Officer the Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Charge: The Athletics Council serves in an advisory capacity to the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and the President of the University on policies and procedures affecting Intercollegiate Athletics at the University. The appointment to this committee is done by the University President.

Committee on Black Affairs

Reports to the President Ex-Officio Officer the Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Charge: The Committee on Black Affairs is responsible for advising the President on matters affecting black faculty, staff and students of the University. The committee shall also be responsible for advising the President regarding the University's relationship to the black community. This includes monitoring "quality of life" issues as th

CISOGI

Reports to the President Ex-Officio Officer the Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Charge:The President's Committee on Issues of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (CISOGI) is charged to (a) advise the President on matters pertaining to issues of sexual and/or affectional orientation as they pertain to USF faculty, staff, and students; (b) evaluates and monitors the university environment for problems and issues rela

Employee Resource Groups

Ethics and Integrity Council

Reports to the President Ex-Officio Officer the Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equal Opportunity

Presidential Advisory Committees Application

Status of Latinos Committee

Reports to the President Ex-Officio Officer the Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Charge: The Status of Latinos (SOL) Committee is a Presidential Advisory Committee responsible for advising the President on matters affecting Latino faculty, staff and students of the University. The SOL Committee is also responsible for advising the President regarding the University's relationship with the Latino community.

Status of Men

Reports to the President Ex-Officio Officer of the Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Charge to be determined

Title IX Committee

Ex-Officio Officer the Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Charge: The Title IX committee is formally charged with advising the President of the University on matters relating to the University's compliance with Title IX Education Amendments of 1972. These deal with nondiscrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities receiving or benefiting from federal financial assistance. Specifically, the commit

Women's Status Committee

Reports to the President Ex-Officio Officer the Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Charge: The Women's Status Committee is responsible for advising the President of the University on matters affecting women faculty, staff and students of the University. The committee shall be particularly focused on those university polices concerning the welfare and activities of women with regard to educational and employment opportuni