Eunice Toussaint

Information Office, Counseling, Advising And Testing, Guidance Research, Advising and Orientation
1955–1978

Staff Assembly representative (now called Staff Council) from Student Affairs for two years; first female chair in 1972–73; Chair of the Personnel Policies Committee.

Served on the President’s Cabinet and was staff representative to the
Faculty Senate.

Honored as the very first “Outstanding Employee of the Year” in 1975.

Appointed to the Associated Students Business Enterprises Board (1976–78); appointed by Stanford Cazier to serve on the Executive Committee for Administrative Grievances (1977–78); served on the Campus Publications Committee; represented her office on the Academic Standing Committee.

Created the format and gathered all of the information needed for implementing Academic Planning Guides for each major, minor, option, and credential offered by the University (guides were a tremendous help to students and was Eunice’s “crowning achievement” during her University career); hired back to assist with the two-year catalog and updating the Academic Planning Guides in 1980 after retirement.

Assisted Dick Sorenson in organizing the first retired staff luncheon a couple of years after retirement; coordinated these annual luncheons for 13 years until she passed the baton to another retiree to take over this leadership role.

Volunteered at the Cancer Shop for ten years (starting from the time of its inception); volunteered for the Campus Blood Drive for several years.