What is the purpose of the Provost’s Undergraduate Student Advisory Board?
The Provost’s Undergraduate Student Advisory Board was created in 2007 to provide feedback on programs, policies, and initiatives established or supervised by the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education. This year, the Board will be primarily concerned with aspects of the Student Success Initiative, which is designed to ensure the successful graduation of all Illinois undergraduate students.
What do Provost’s Undergraduate Student Advisory Board members do?
Board members will meet a few times each semester to share suggestions to strengthen the undergraduate student experience at Illinois. This year’s focus will be on challenges to and opportunities for student success on campus.
What would be the time commitment?
Your time commitment for this opportunity will include 2-5 meetings each semester that will last 1-2 hours.
What are the benefits of joining?
As a member of the Provost’s Undergraduate Student Advisory Board, you will:
Gain campus leadership experience.
Work with students, faculty/staff, and administrators from units across campus.
Directly impact future campus programs and policies
What are the requirements to apply?
Be a currently enrolled undergraduate student.
Be present on campus for the full academic year (i.e. not studying abroad or graduating early).
Be willing to share your opinions on the undergraduate student experience at the University of Illinois