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Engineering Student Council (ESC)
(HISTORICAL RECORD)

Category: Peer Support (formerly known as Social/Support)
Contact: NOT A CURRENT REGISTRATION
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E-mail: NOT A CURRENT REGISTRATION
Website http://esc.eng.uci.edu
Description: We, the students of the University of California, Irvine, by the authority of the Dean of The Henry Samueli School of Engineering, for the purpose of representing and serving the students of The Henry Samueli School of Engineering in all matters concerning their education and well being, hereby establish an organization to undertake the responsibilities of:
a) Provision of an open forum for new ideas, suggestions, and grievances from the engineering students and The Henry Samueli School of Engineering.
b) Encouraging and maintaining the freedom to pursue knowledge.
c) Overseeing the school's proper execution of student academic rights.
d) Fostering the continual improvement of engineering education and professionalism within the school and the university.
e) Recognizing outstanding students and faculty in the school.
f) Promoting extracurricular dialogue between students and faculty in the school as well as build external relations with alumni and industry.
g) Encouraging membership in engineering honoraries, social organizations, and professional societies as well as participation in university-wide events.
h) Coordinating engineering activities with those of other organizations both at the university and throughout the nation.
i) Sponsoring university-wide events for the benefit of the school and the students.
j) Publicizing The Henry Samueli School of Engineering within the University of California, Irvine, the community, and in industry.
k) Raising funds to finance the functions associated with student representation.
   

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