The club has many official and non-official committees, some which are maintained all semester and some which arise for a particular event. We encourage everyone, especially prospective members, to join a committee to help make our club run more smoothly so we can have more fun! This is a great way to support the club, get more involved, and get to know us better. Please note that the executive positions are voted on, and the committee chairs are appointed by the president.
The elected officers of this club are the president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer. These are the only elected positions. Each individual officer role is described in the constitution.
Safety and Techniques
This is the club’s most important committee. It is responsible for communicating current safe caving practices to the members, handling reports of unsafe caving practices, and maintaining club equipment used for cave rescue. Members are good people to talk to about anything related to caving. Membership is automatically extended to present and past vice presidents.
This committee keeps us informed of local conservation issues, organizes cave and sinkhole clean-ups, and encourages us to cave with conservation in mind.
This committee deals with the techical side of the club. They deal with the website, help with banquet payment, and more.
This committee helps get the word about our club out around campus. This includes organizing special events, creating and distributing fliers and table tents, and anything else which announces our club so interested students can find us.
Projects and Programs
This committee is responsible for finding and arranging programs and presentations at meetings. If you have a program and want to show it to the club, or if you have some ideas but want to talk it out, please contact the committee chairperson.
This is basically the club store. For specific gear requests, pricing info, or any other info about the store, please contact the committee chairperson.
This committee produces The Tech Troglodyte at the end of spring semester. Please feel free to send articles, artwork, photos, cartoons, or anything else you feel is appropriate for the Trog. Please check with the editor before spending lots of time on a questionable project!
This committee keeps track of, maintains, and repairs club equipment (helmets, lights, etc.).