Are you interested in serving as the voice of UCLA staff while involving yourself more in campus affairs? Then consider volunteering as a representative on a campus committee.

Every academic year, UCLA Staff Assembly appoints staff members to serve on various campus committees. This year, representatives are sought for the Student Conduct Committee and the UCLA Committee on Disability. Self-nominations are being accepted by Staff Assembly through the month of September.

The Student Conduct Committee plays a crucial role in the campus discipline process. The committee hears allegations of student violations of the Student Conduct Code (with the exception of sexual misconduct, which is reviewed elsewhere). Cases are typically heard by three-person committee panels selected from among the full roster of members, which includes staff, faculty and undergraduate and graduate students. Student Conduct Committee members are asked commit to participate in at least one hearing each quarter, and preferably one each month. Staff representatives are nominated annually by Staff Assembly and appointed by the Chancellor for a term of up to three years.

The UCLA Committee on Disability was established by the Chancellor in 1983 as an advisory group. It is comprised of students, faculty, staff, alumni, other members of the UCLA community and ex-officio members. The committee's charge is to analyze and identify problems, propose solutions and make recommendations on matters of particular concern to persons with disabilities. To facilitate the committee's functioning, the Chancellor's ADA & 504 Compliance Office reserves meeting rooms, provides courtesy parking for off-campus voting members and distributes meeting minutes and proposed agendas. For more information, click here.

Interested? Complete this self-nomination form by no later than Sept. 30. For questions, please contact