SOC Corps

SOC Corps serves as the representative body of sociology students at App State. SOC Corps members are elected annually by sociology majors and faculty. In addition to representing the sociology student body at department and university events, SOC Corps will act as a liaison between sociology faculty and majors. The roles and responsibilities of SOC Corps are outlined in more detail below. 


Department Representatives

Members of SOC Corps will serve as official student representatives of the department, attending official department and university events alongside faculty.

Student Liaisons

SOC Corps members will also serve as official liaisons between the faculty and all sociology majors. Members will be tasked with collecting, assessing, and communicating student suggestions and feedback regarding the student experience in the sociology department. 

Corps Committee Structure

Up to 4 declared sociology majors will be able to serve as SOC Corps members each academic year. Members serve annual terms beginning in August and will run in accordance with the academic year.

Election of Corps Members

Selection of SOC Corps members will begin with self-, peer, or faculty nominations. Nominees will be asked to submit a brief statement that describes the student’s interest in serving on SOC Corps, and any issues or initiatives they wish to work on as a SOC Corps member.

 

THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT A SELF-, PEER, OR FACULTY NOMINATION FOR 2022-2023 IS MARCH 1, 2022


Use the Google Form (here) to nominate yourself or a peer to serve on SOC Corps!