This page contains a listing and descriptions of non-stipended positions to which the UCLA Graduate Students Association makes yearly appointments. All appointments listed here are made by the GSA Vice President of Internal Affairs. If you are interested in volunteering for any of the positions listed on this page, please contact the Graduate Students Association at (310) 206-8512 or email@example.com. Our office is located at 316 Kerckhoff Hall.
The positions listed below are not always available, since some representatives serve multiyear terms.
The commission reviews and makes recommendations on University facility use policies, makes recommendations to the Vice Chancellor-Institutional Relations regarding institutional sponsorship of non-University groups which request the use of University facilities and act as an appeal body on decisions to deny the use of a facility made by campus facility managers or departments.
The board is responsible for the determination and review of operating policies regarding program scheduling, facility use or access, fiscal and management operations of the building, and any renovations or additions which alter the function or design of the facility. The board is also responsible for the annual review and approval of equipment maintenance expenses and the use of excess funds generated by the indenture program or gifts specifically designated for the program. The board establishes non-student and other usage fees.
12 regular members and 4 alternate members.
he purpose of the committee is to review current campus transportation and parking policies. These policies include the Transportation Systems Demand Management Plan that encompasses Commuter Assistance Ride sharing, campus transit, campus parking, and other programs. The committee also looks into fiscal and financial plans along with prospective fees to support the campus transportation and parking system in the future.
The Committee’s primary responsibility would be to monitor implementation of new graduate student housing policies and allocation practices and to annually determine graduate housing allocations and necessary policy adjustments based on actual experience. The Committee also would make decisions on other issues related to graduate student housing policy as identified by faculty, staff, or graduate students.
9 – 13 members.
The Board is the primary governance and oversight body for information technology and services at UCLA. It reviews and makes recommendations to UCLA’s executive management and Senate leadership regarding information technology, including budget and policy matters, and strategic opportunities regarding investment in and deployment of information technology.
18 members (including 1 Graduate and 1 Undergraduate Student).
The Board is charged with articulating an institutional position on privacy that reflects the campus’s values and cultural expectations in this area and for addressing the challenging issues of privacy and data protection faced by the campus community.The board is the campus nexus for the ongoing discussion about appropriate balance in context of an ever evolving societal, legal and technological climate.