Brown Center for Students of Color

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The BCSC Student Advisory Board is now accepting applications! 

Every year the Brown Center for Students of Color selects two undergraduate students to serve as at-large members of the BCSC student advisory board. Additionally, a first year student who attended TWTP is chosen as a TWTP representative and a graduate student is chosen as the Graduate Student representative. Other SAB members are chosen based on particular leadership positions. 

Click here to apply (all applications must be received by October 3). For more information about the SAB, please see below. 

BCSC Student Advisory Board

The Student Advisory Board (SAB) helps the Director develop the vision and strategic plan for the Brown Center for Students of Color. The BCSC would not be what it is today without student activism. It is critical that student input be considered in planning the BCSC’s future.

Student Advisory Board charge:

  • Identify key issues affecting the BCSC community.
  • Provide critical feedback on BCSC priorities.
  • Represent the BCSC community in discussions with senior administrators.
  • Communicate updates to/from SAB from/to respective leadership group.

The minimum time commitment involved is:

  • 1.5 hours for monthly SAB dinner meetings on October 15, November 12, December 10, February 18, March 17, and April 28 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM (SAB members may not miss more than one meeting per semester. Members who are not able to meet this requirement will be asked to step down and will be replaced by an alternate).
  • 2 hours every month on SAB-related projects (e.g., leadership award selection)
  • Any additional meetings that the SAB decides to hold.

Members of the SAB include one representative from:

  • TWTP
  • Heritage Series
  • MPC
  • Initiatives
  • Sarah Doyle Women’s Center/LGBTQ Center
  • The Next Thing
  • At-Large Undergraduate
  • At-Large Undergraduate
  • Media Team/Front Desk
  • Graduate Student