The ASPIRE/Student Support Services Student Advisory Board is composed of participants who desire a greater level of involvement in the program. It provides opportunities for student leadership in developing social-cultural activities that provide a formal channel for student feedback to the program. The Board also acts as a focus group to help assess current ASPIRE programs/services and to explore new possibilities for development.
Students interested in serving on the board may apply. A total of 12 students will serve on the Board, with at least one representative from each class (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior). Participation on the Student Advisory Board requires at least a one year commitment, but members may continue as long as desired.
Qualifications & Skills
Committee assignments and roles will be made based
upon individual interest, experience or expertise.