Campus-Advisory Positions

Associated Students is all about making the students' voice heard. Campus-Advisory positions are rare opportunities where students can sit on boards with faculty and staff from the campus and vote on decisions that have serious impact. Whether it involves changing the face of campus or addressing women's issues the campus cannot function without student input. Make your voice heard and represent your fellow students through Campus-Advisory positions. Depending on the position the process of appointment can vary. This will be explained in detail to you after you apply, or if you want to take a look now, head over to our Process Page.

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Available Campus-Advisory Positions


» Financial Aid Advisory Committee Openings: 2

Mission:Committee is responsible for providing advice and recommendations on policy and procedural issues to the director and staff of the Financial Aid Office.

Website: http://www.finaid.ucsb.edu/PoliciesAndDisclosures.aspx

Time/Location of Meetings:

Current board members:Mike Miller, Financial Aid Chris Van Gieson, Enrollment Services Laurel Wilder, Institutional Research and Planning

Staff member:Mike Miller, Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships


Postion: At-Large Student Representative to the Committee

Description: A) Provides a formal and regular channel of communication between the Office of Financial Aid and its many publics, including the students, faculty, staff, and administration of the University. B) Advises and makes recommendations on policy and procedural issues of the Office of Financial Aid which could have an impact to the University Community. C) Review policies and procedures that will normally include but are not limited to: the awarding or "packaging" of campus- based aid funds; the aid application process and deadline dates; aid processing policies and procedures; forms letters, and publication methods used to communicate with appropriate publics and other relevant operating policies and procedures of the unit.

Openings: 2

 

Length: 1 Academic Year

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