Name: Molly Lax
Grade: Senior English Major
Other activities you are involved in on campus: Work Study with Fine Arts Programming, Benedictine Friends, and London Study Abroad Ambassador
Why you chose to join senate: I chose to join senate because it was a way for me to meet new Bennies and to become more involved on campus. I am so happy to be part of an organization that makes a difference for members of the CSB/SJU community.
How long have you been on the senate: This is my first year on Senate!
Your favorite study spot: My favorite study spot is Quad 3 at St. John's
Favorite thing about CSB/SJU: Being on campus during the Christmas season; campus looks so beautiful and there are lots of great events happening.
A. Have one vote.
B. Be a member of the Executive Board.
C. Be a member of the Saint Ben’s Senate for the full term.
D. Supervise and record all revenue and expenditures of the SBS.
E. Be aware of the current working balance and maintain a perpetual record.
F. Act on all proposals or amendments to the SBS budget.
G. Prepare and update an annual budget for submission and approval by the SBS before May 1 of the given year with an additional vote on or before September 30.
H. Prepare a financial statement to be presented to the SBS when necessary.
I. Be a voting member of the Co-Funding Board.
J. Audit the SBS and all sub-committees with the exception of the CFB.
K. Transfer funds for CSB-Only clubs when voted upon by the SBS Allocations Board.
L. Calculate re-absorptions to the SBS as necessary at the end of the year. Transfer money as determined in conjunction with the Allocations Chair.
M. Be restricted from holding the office of treasurer in other organizations while in office.
N. Meet regularly with Student Accounts.
O. Meet with the business office administrators in conjunction with the Allocations Chair as deemed necessary.
P. Serve as a member of the Finance Committee for the Board of Trustees and Regents.
Q. Maintain the SBS funding trends spreadsheet and provide updates to the senate three times a year (beginning of fall semester, beginning of spring semester, and end of spring semester)