Committees
Executive Committee:

Establishes the agendas for Board meetings and retreats; makes decisions for the Board if a situation arises where it is not practical to pull the entire board together.

Committee on Board Leadership: Identifies, interviews, and recommends prospective new board members to the Board of Directors; clarifies expectations for all board members; periodically assesses board member performance, recommends a slate of officers to the Board of Directors, and coordinates orientation of new board members. Co-chairs: Secretary and appointed by President.

Finance Committee:

Provides direction for the entire Board for fiscal responsibility; regularly review the organization's revenues and expenditures, balance sheets, and investments; and approve the annual budget and submit it to the full Board for approval. Chair: Treasurer.

Audit Subcommittee:

The Audit Committee will be composed solely of independent Directors in order to assure the independence of the Association’s financial auditors, review the Association’s critical accounting policies and decisions and the adequacy of the Association’s internal control systems and oversee the accuracy of the Association’s financial statements and reports. The Audit Committee will be empowered by the Board to choose the auditors.

Governance Committee: Annually reviews the by-laws and all other Alumni Association policies; defines what constitutes possible conflicts of interest; establishes procedures to deal with real or possible conflicts, and annually discloses any such possible conflicts for board members and officers; publishes and widely distributes annual reports that detail the Association's mission, programs, achievements, board members, finances, etc. Chair: Appointed by President.

EOP Alumni Steering Committee:

The EOP Alumni Steering Committee establishes short and long-term goals for the EOP Alumni Network; oversees correspondences with active network members; recruits more active members from all EOP graduates; schedules meetings of the Steering Committee and Network Membership and determines agenda; consults on development and maintenance of the Network website; and, seeks external financial support.

Reunion Weekend Awards Committee:

The Reunion Weekend Awards Committee reviews the materials submitted for each nominee and selects those persons whose achievements most closely fit the category for which they have been nominated and who are deemed most deserving of the recognition. The names of those selected by a vote of general consensus are then shared with the Board of Directors.

Young Alumni Council:

The Young Alumni Council fosters mutually beneficial relationships between alumni, students and SUNY Oneonta; is responsible for increasing the number of young alumni who take an active role in the life of the College; represents young alumni and provides a vehicle through which they can provide service to their Alma Mater, and facilitates interaction between students of the College and its alumni.

Ad Hoc Committees may be appointed, as needed, by the President.