UCS is responsible for appointing undergraduate representatives to university committees. The work of these committees ranges from promoting diversity on campus to approving new academic concentrations to reviewing the practices of the Department of Public Safety. Traditionally, UCS has a large appointments process every spring, and a smaller round of appointments in the fall.
The Fall 2017 appointments application closes on November 8th at 7:00 PM
Please note that UCS is no longer accepting applications for the International Life Advisory Board for the fall 2017 semester; please check back in the spring if you remain interested.
Brown-Tougaloo Partnership Advisory Committee (more information)
Appointing 1 student
The Campus Advisory Committee is the principle management entity for the partnership on the Brown University campus. This committee is composed of faculty, administrators, and students, and the purpose is to oversee and implement programs and initiatives, while maintaining fluid and active communications with interested parties. The committee meets two-three times a year.
Diversity and Inclusion Oversight Board (DIOB) (more information)
Appointing 2 students
The Diversity and Inclusion Oversight Board is charged with monitoring the University's progress on implementing the Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan's goals and will produce an annual report.
Residential Council (more information)
Appointing 6+ students
Residential Council is an Advisory Board to the Office of Residential Life regarding issues of residential living at Brown University. These issues shall include, but not be limited to, Program Houses, the Housing Lottery, and Policy.
Advisory Committee on Corporate Responsibility in Investment Policy (ACCRIP) (more information)
Appointing 1 student
The Advisory Committee on Corporate Responsibility in Investment Policies (ACCRIP) considers issues of moral responsibility in the investment policies of Brown University. It examines all proxy resolutions concerning issues of social responsibility that are presented to the University as a shareholder, and has developed guidelines for voting on such resolutions. The committee meets twice in the first semester and more often in the second semester.