Dear graduate students,
The IUSA Funding Board is currently seeking board members for next year. This board is responsible for allocating the student activities fees we pay each semester to student organization initiatives. Funding Board represents the voice of all students across campus and needs graduate student representation. There are many graduate student organizations on campus who request and receive funds from IUSA Funding Board; as such, having active graduate students on the board to advocate for our symposia and conferences, professional development, and other educational events is quite important.
The board is comprised of 11 regular voting members and 4 alternates and meets for 2-3 hours (beginning at 7pm) on Wednesday evenings during the semester. If you are interested in learning more about student activities and student self-governance or want to participate in the political processes of your campus, please read below and apply!
Forward to your grad program list-servs!
Thanks for your consideration,
HESA Master’s Class of 2012
Indiana University Bloomington
Interested in becoming more "in the know" about what is happening on campus? Want to serve the IU student body? Do you have a passion for student organization programming?
Apply to be a member of next year's IUSA Funding Board--or one of its two Co-Directors! Applications are currently on the IUSA website: http://iusa.indiana.edu/
The IUSA Funding Board meets weekly to decide on funding allocations for several of IU-Bloomington's 700+ student organizations. The time commitment is 3+ hours per week. With a $350,000+ budget, the Funding Board funds more than 200 student organizations each year, helping to bring student organizations' initiatives to fruition. The Co-Director role requires a significantly greater time commitment (12+ hours per week). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about either role.
Applications for Board Members are due Friday, April 8th.
Applications for the Co-Director Position are due Wednesday, April 6th.