IUPUI is committed to engaging students for the purpose of providing feedback on a variety of topics. We are seeking outstanding Jaguars to be a consistent student voice for Interim Chancellor Klein and campus leadership, reflecting the diversity of experiences and backgrounds of our undergraduate population.
Do you want to make a difference at IUPUI?
Who is eligible?
Currently enrolled full-time undergraduate degree-seeking students.
Candidates must have at least a 3.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA, be in good standing with regard to academic and personal conduct at the time of application, and must maintain this standing throughout the term of appointment to the board. Undergraduate candidates must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours.
A panel of representatives from the Division of Student Affairs, the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and the Office of Academic Affairs, will participate in the review process. The selection committee will be advised by an ex-officio member from the Division of Student Affairs and overseen by the Office of the Chancellor.
- Online application showcasing IUPUI campus and community involvement.
- One letter of recommendation attesting to the student’s leadership and engagement activities.
- Resume that showcases campus and community commitment.
- Serve as a student representative on the Chancellor’s Student Advisory Board.
- Members of the board are expected to remain in good standing with all federal, state, and local laws as well as all university policies and standards.
- Members are expected to participate in regular board meetings deemed necessary by the university with designated facilitator.
- Members of the board must conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times.
- Members must honor confidentiality of information disclosed.
- Advisory Board members serve at the invitation of the Chancellor and must continue to meet the stated responsibilities and expectations to continue to serve.
Terms of service
Board members serve a one-year term, which will begin with the fall 2023 semester and will conclude at the end of the spring 2024 semester.
The board will meet twice each semester with Interim Chancellor Klein. The Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs and appropriate staff will meet with board members to prepare for upcoming meetings as needed. The time commitment will be approximately two hours each month.
How to apply
- Applications open January 10, 2023.
- Applications close January 31, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.
- Review of applications will take place throughout January 2023.
- Interviews of candidates will be in February 2023.
- Selected members will be notified and invited to join the board in March 2023.
New CSAB members will be invited to attend the April 2023 Chancellor’s Student Advisory Board meeting, if they are able.
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- Nyah Grice, junior, biology major, School of Science
- Natalie Holmes, junior, forensic and investigative sciences major, School of Science
- Naga Sai Adithya "Adi" Kandru, junior, electrical engineering and economics double major, School of Engineering and Technology and School of Liberal Arts
- Emily Larkin, junior, pre-dental hygiene major, University College
- Hope Leonard, junior, music technology and psychology double major, School of Engineering and Technology and School of Science
- Stephanie Santamaria Vilchis, sophomore, finance and supply chain management major, Kelley School of Business
- Jacey Small, sophomore, health services management major, Fairbanks School of Public Health
- Kartikay Gulia, senior, computer science major, School of Science
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- Zach Wilson, senior, computer science and political science double major, School of Science and School of Liberal Arts
- Vice president of Undergraduate Student Government