Alexis Swider is a Senior from Stafford County, VA double majoring in criminal justice and psychology. Alexis' goal after graduation is to obtain an occupation in a government agency within the behavioral analyst unit. Along with being the Director of Administrative Affairs, Alexis is also a sister within Zeta Tau Alpha, formerly holding an executive position as Risk Management and Harm Reduction chairman, as well as a Campus Ambassador. Interesting fact about Alexis, she has to get her gallbladder removed due to gall stones... very rare for someone so young to have to go through that.
Initiatives: adding some new study rooms within the library, holding monthly workshops for student organizations, adding sanitary wipes throughout the library so students can wipe down the computers/keyboards after using them, as well as allowing other locations for students to purchase scantrons instead of just the Webb center and library.
Campus Partners: ODU library, dean of students, as well as other faculty members and directors within
Sits On: Library Council
Administrative Affairs Committee
The goal of the Administrative Affairs Committee is to enhance the academic and organizational aspect of students at Old Dominion University. The committee engages in academic and involvement initiatives through surveys and events in order to enhance those aspects on campus. Additionally, the committee oversees Points and Standards and the recognition of student organizations.