Compulsory Fees Committee (CFC)
The Compulsory Fees Committee, formerly known as the Student Services Fee Committee, is comprised of faculty, staff and students, who oversee University compulsory non-tuition fees and the various services supported by them.
Student Rights & Responsibilities (SR&R)
The Student Rights & Responsibilities Committee is comprised of faculty, staff and students, who prepare and recommend non-academic student regulations which further a community environment conducive to learning.
Alcohol Safety Committee (ASC)
Representatives from Student Affairs, Campus Police, Hospitality, University Centre Administration, Grad Lounge, Bullring, Student Life, Student Housing Services, CSA, GSA, Interhall, Ridgetown, Kemptville and Alfred Campuses meet semesterly to discuss issues and concerns related to alcohol consumption. This Committee reviews alcohol policies and education programs and makes recommendations for policy and process changes.
Student Leaders & Senior Administration
The CSA Executive, GSA Executive, College Government Presidents, Interhall President and Student Senators meet monthly with the Associate Vice President Student Affairs, the Associate President Academic, the Assistant President Academic and the Student Executive Counsel Staff Liaison to discuss a variety of issues impacting the University of Guelph community. Students are asked to contact their student leaders if there are items that they would like brought forward to administration.
The Judicial Committee is responsible to judge incidents of student behaviour that are alleged to represent infractions of the following University of Guelph policies: Student Rights and Responsibilities and Human Rights at the University of Guelph. Also make recommendations to the Committee on Student Rights and Responsibilities where problems or weaknesses are identified in the existing non-academic regulations affecting students.
The Hearing Board is responsible to hear appeals from any decision or orders rendered by the Judicial Committee (the "Committee"), where the Committee was not hearing an appeal and to make appropriate recommendations to the Committee on Student Rights and Responsibilities where problems or weaknesses are identified in the existing non-academic regulations affecting students.