Undergraduate Board of Governors Representative
The Board of Governors (BoG) is the ultimate governing and decision making body on campus. Among many other things, it determines tuition fees, manages University property and finances, and is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the University.
The Undergraduate Board of Governors Representative is elected directly by students to serve as a voice for the undergraduate body. They hold one of the 21 voting seats on the board, along with the University President and the Chancellor, the SU and GSA Presidents, academic and non-academic staff representatives, alumni representatives and members of the public appointed by the provincial government. The BoG Rep is also a voting member of Students' Council and General Faculties Council (GFC).
Board of Governors Committees
The Undergraduate Board of Governors Representative typically participates in a number of the Board of Governors' committees. Currently, the BoG Rep serves on the following committees:
Board Safety, Health and Environment Committee This committee monitors, evaluates, advises and make decisions on behalf of the Board with respect to all matters concerning environmental health and the protection of the health, safety and security of the University community and the general public at the University.
Board University Relations Committee
This committee monitors, evaluates, advises and makes decisions on behalf of the Board with respect to matters concerning the relations of the University with the community and government.
For information on all Board of Governors committees, please see the the Board of Governors home page.
Reports to Students' Council
Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
8900 - 114 Street NW