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University Center Board
The UC Board is looking for student at-large representation. Please contact Adrianne Donald at ADonald@mso.umt.edu or 243-6029 to find out how to get involved!
About the UC Board
The University Center Board is charged with policy making for and administration of the University Center.
The UC Board provides advice and oversight regarding University Center policies, activities, and staffing; annually reviewing University Center budgets and fees; ensures that student, faculty, and staff interests are considered when deciding policies and other administrative matters involving the University Center; and develops, in consultation with the UC Administration, long-range planning goals and funding sources for UC development and use.
The UC Board is composed of a chair serving a one-year term; an administrator serving a three year term; one faculty member serving a three year term; one staff member serving a three year term; five students, two ASUM senators serving one year terms and three students at-large serving two year terms. The UC Director and Associate Director serve in an ex-officio capacity. The Vice President for Student Affairs provides executive oversight.
ASUM Bylaws Article IV, Section 10. University Center Board
University Center Board shall consist of nine (9) members; three (3) members who shall be subject to appointment by the President of the University, each serving three-year rotating terms, and five (5) members who shall be recommended for appointment by the ASUM President, subject to a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Senate. Of the five (5) Board members appointed by ASUM, two (2) shall be ASUM Senators serving one-year terms. The three student-at-large positions shall serve two-year rotating terms. The University Center Director or his/her designee shall serve as an ex-officio non-voting member of the UC Board. An ASUM Senator shall chair the Committee.
A quorum shall normally consist of five (5) members of the Board.
The Chair shall act for the Board in its absence, subject to its review.
Special meetings may be called by the Chair or by two (2) or more members.
Duties and functions of University Center Board shall include:
To provide advice and oversight about University Center policies, activities, and staffing;
Annually review, according to the UC Board Strategic Planning Budget Guidelines, the University Center budgets and fees, including, but not limited to, the Annual Operating Budget, Auxiliary Capital Fund, and UC Repair and Replacement account;
University Center budgets shall consist of the three years' previous actual figures with itemized line items for each expense and revenue.
University Center budgets shall also include proposed figures of the current academic year.
University Center budgets shall also contain the proposed figures of the upcoming academic year.
The University Center Board shall receive the budgets by December 1 for adequate time to analyze the budget.
Ensure that student, faculty, and staff interests are considered in deciding policies and other administrative matters involving the UC by helping the UC Administration to decide on these matters;
In consultation with the UC Administration, develop long-range planning goals and funding sources for UC development and use.