University-wide Committees and Boards

The University provides students with the opportunity to work directly with faculty and staff, better understand University governance, and provide student input on important matters affecting the University. 

Information about each position’s purpose, application process, and deadline is below.

If you need further information or have questions, please contact Campus and Student Life at studentlife@uchicago.edu.

Board for Campus and Student Life

The Board for Campus and Student Life is a statutory board that advises Campus and Student Life and the Provost’s Office on matters affecting campus and student life at the University.

Independent Review Committee for the University of Chicago Police Department

The Independent Review Committee (IRC) reviews citizen complaints of abusive language, violation of rights, excessive force, and dereliction of duty brought against the UCPD.

University-wide Student Disciplinary Committee

The University-wide Student Disciplinary Committee is a standing committee appointed by the Office of the Provost and includes faculty, students, and staff specifically educated to resolve formal complaints under the Policy on Harassment, Discrimination, and Sexual Misconduct.

The Office of the Provost's Sexual Misconduct Advisory Board

The Office of the Provost’s Sexual Misconduct Advisory Board is a group of students that meets monthly in order to serve as a liaison between the Office of the Provost and undergraduate, graduate, and professional students regarding sexual misconduct. The purpose of the advisory board is to provide student perspectives and input on policies, procedures, and programs pertaining to sexual misconduct.

University-wide Standing Disciplinary Committee on Disruptive Conduct

The University-wide Standing Disciplinary Committee on Disruptive Conduct (Disruptive Conduct Committee) is a standing committee appointed by the Office of the Provost and includes faculty, staff, and students specifically tasked with addressing reported allegations that a student has engaged in disruptive conduct, i.e., conduct that falls outside of the principles of free expression and meets the definition supplied by Statute 21.

Resources for Sexual Violence Prevention Programming Center: Peer Educator

The Resources for Sexual Violence Prevention Programming Center (RSVP PC) Peer Education Program is designed to train a select group of University of Chicago undergraduate and graduate/professional students to effectively lead interactive workshops about sexual and relationship violence as well as bystander intervention for the campus community. Peer Educators are not counselors, but rather education specialists.

The Office of the Provost's Accessibility Student Advisory Board

The Office of the Provost’s Accessibility Student Advisory Board will be a group of up to twelve University of Chicago students (College, Graduate and professional) that meet twice per quarter to serve as liaisons between the Office of the Provost and students regarding the accessibility of the University of Chicago campus and issues specific to students in the University community with disabilities. The purpose of the Student Advisory Board is to provide student perspectives and input on programs and initiatives pertaining to accessibility and individuals with disabilities. The Student Advisory Board will be chaired by the Office for Access and Equity. In the event that more than twelve qualified students are interested in joining, preference will be given to having representatives from various programs and divisions. The Office for Access and Equity may identify additional ways for interested students to participate.