The Traffic, Safety, Buildings and Grounds committee shall develop and recommend traffic and safety rules and regulations. Additionally, the Committee shall act as a Board of Appeals concerning traffic charges.
Christina Camillo (2017-2019)
Robert Luttrell (2017-2020)
Dean Ravizza (2017-2018)
Kevin Fallon (2016-2019)
Anthony Stancil (2016-2018)
Liz Kressin (2018-2020)
Hannah Blosser (SGA Rep) (2017-2018)
2 students, 1-year terms
Chief of Police (non-voting)
Assistant Director of Physical Plant for Building Trades (non-voting)
Assistant Director of Physical Plant for Horticulture (non-voting)
The purpose of this committee shall be to review the utilization of space within University buildings, evaluate requests for space within buildings, and to make recommendations for assigning space within buildings consistent with the mission of the institution.
Vice President for Administration and Finance (non-voting)
Representative from Facilities Reservation
Director of Physical Plant (non-voting)
Director of Physical Facilities and Planning (non-voting)
The purposes of the committee shall be to provide structure and develop procedures for successful diversity recruitment and retention at the University by facilitating the development and maintenance of a campus environment that provides support services and programs to ensure students, faculty, and staff are given the opportunities to be recruited, retained and successful.
Dean of Admissions
Vice President of Student Affairs or designee
Director of University Analysis, Reporting and Assessment (non-voting)
The purpose of the committee is to work collaboratively with the Director of Government and Community Relations in monitoring State and Federal legislative horizons and in responding to issues affecting higher education and Salisbury University.
Director of Government and Community Relations (non-voting)
1 elected representative from CUSS, CUSF, and USMSC
The purpose of this committee is to advise the Chief Information Officer and the Information Technology Department concerning campus technology needs, priorities governing computer use, and software and hardware products provided through the campus network.