Sergeant at Arms

  1. Make getting to the meeting space a little early a priority so that you can set up and make the space comfortable and appropriate (moving chairs, adjusting the temperature, turning on A/V equipment if needed).
  2. Securing an appropriate and accessible space that the club can meet in regularly is important. You might need to explore buildings and parts of campus that are unfamiliar to you.
  3. Although the Sergeant-at-Arms role is largely behind the scenes, it is extremely important – if there’s nowhere to meet, there’s no meeting! – so the S.a.A. should remember that she is an essential part of the executive team.