Welcome to SUSA! SUSA stands for the Smith Undergraduate Student Association. What does SUSA do? SUSA serves four different roles within the Smith School:
- SUSA is the undergraduate student governing organization within the Robert H. Smith School of Business. SUSA currently houses 27 different academic and affinity based organizations underneath its “umbrella”. SUSA helps finance, market, and plan events for its member organizations.
- The SUSA Assembly: the voice of the undergraduate community. The SUSA Assembly is essentially a senate-like feedback module that enacts change within the Business School by crafting legislation to Smith School administration. Joining the SUSA Assembly is the easiest way to get involved in SUSA and make an impact within Smith.
- SUSA also puts on its own events and school-wide initiates such as the SUSA New York City Trip, SmithStock, and the annual Alumni Networking reception.
SUSA is involved with leadership development in working to enhance student’s ability to motivate and lead others. This is accomplished through the SUSA Assembly
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns on anything relating to SUSA, please contact Zachary Azrael, the current SUSA President.
The SUSA Leadership Team is comprised of two tiers. The first tier is the Executive Board. The Executive Board is made up of the President, VP of Administration, VP of Finance, VP of Events, and VP of Marketing. The Executive Board works primarily with administration to execute high-level strategies. The second tier is the Committee Chairs. SUSA has the following committees: New Student Involvement, Community Service, Fundraising, and Social. The Committee Chairs help manage the day-to-day operations of SUSA.