Student Allocations Board, 2019-2020
Please fill out the application to apply for one of the available positions within Allocations Board.
The Student Allocation Board is the student-led body that fairly allocates student government and student bar association fees to student organizations, and influences the establishment and enforcement of regulations for the allocation process. Through the allocation of funds to student organizations, the Student Allocation Board seeks to help clubs and organizations succeed and grow; allowing students a deep involvement with their University and academic experience.
The Student Allocations Board meets regularly to determine student group budgets and consider other Board business, including policy updates and reallocation requests.
Applicants for membership in the Student Allocations Board must meet the following requirements for consideration:
- Must be at least a part-time student primarily at UB (at least 6 credits at UB).
- Must intend to remain at UB for the next school year (does not intend to graduate before May 2020)
- Must not be an executive board member of any student organization or student government body.
The selection process is as follows:
- The SAB Selection Committee will review applications and invite qualified candidates for a 30 minute, in-person interview on dates and times based on your schedule on Friday, April 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Once all interviews have been conducted, the selection committee will fill each position with the candidate that they feel will best fulfill the duties of the position.
- After all positions have been filled, and confirmed, the 2019/2020 Student Allocations Board will be announced.
- All officers are elected to a one (1) year term effective on May 1st.
- Officers must be currently enrolled students who commit to attend the monthly Student Allocations Board meetings, typically on the first Friday of each month at 1 p.m.
- Officers must have a GPA at or above 2.5 (cumulative) and be in good disciplinary standing with the University. Failure to maintain the qualifying GPA or good standing with the University of Baltimore will result in removal from office.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact CSI at firstname.lastname@example.org.