Thinking of joining the UGAC?
THE ELECTION PROCESS
Undergraduate Advisory Committee (UGAC) members are elected every other year during Convention, and serve a two-yer term. Each province has one UGAC member to act as liaison between chapters and the Executive Office, and provide support and accountability to members. Two of the elected UGAC members are elected to serve as chairs on the Board of Trustees.
In order to be eligible to serve, candidates must:
Be present at convention
Have been an initiated member for at least one (1) year.
Be a registered undergraduate for at least one year of term (UGAC members can serve as a graduate, but can not run for the position as an alumnus)
Be in good academic and judicial standing with their host institution
Be able to attend regional and national meetings (BBLAs, Convention, Conferences, etc.)
During convention, provinces meet in break-out sessions to review nominations, accept nominees from the floor, and elect their representative.
Be sure to register for convention, and notify your UGAC representative of your interest!