Student Advisory Committee

The Student Advisory Committee to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (VCSAC) offers an exceptional opportunity for interested UC Berkeley students to provide counsel to Vice Chancellor Steve Sutton concerning the quality of student life and the co-curricular experience. Students serving on the VCSAC will provide direct advice and feedback to the Student Affairs division on the campus administration and help influence decisions concerning student services at Cal. Membership on the committee varies from 12-15 members depending upon the application pool of a given year.

Students that are on the committee have the opportunity to interact monthly with the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and also have a great way to build their resumes.

 

Eligibility

All interested Cal students who plan to be enrolled in and present on campus for both the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters are eligible. Students who are passionate about the quality of student life and the student experience at UC Berkeley, engaged in the campus community, and interested in student services and development outside of the classroom setting are encouraged to apply. We are seeking a broad representation of Cal students. Applicants must be available to attend monthly meetings on Tuesdays from 5:10-7:00 p.m.

 

Application Instructions

The application deadline is September 10, 2018. All eligible students may apply by sending an e-mail to vcsa@berkeley.edu with:

  • Your resume and a brief statement (of no more than 250 words) expressing your interest in serving as a member of VCSAC.

 

In the email, please include:

  • Your name, in the subject line
  • Length of your tenure at UC Berkeley, including the type and date of entry (e.g. freshmen admit – Fall 2018, junior transfer student - Fall 2018, or freshman spring admit - Spring 2019) and class year/expected date of graduation
  • College you are enrolled in and the major(s) and minor(s), if applicable, you have declared
  • Your primary e-mail address, phone number, and current address

 

If you have any questions, Kenneth Montgomery at kmontgow@berkeley.edu.