The DCE Student Advisory Board (SAB) is a group made up of students, staff, and community members that play a vital role in advancing DCE's programs, budgets, and priorities for the upcoming year. Student Fees are our unit's primary source of funding, and it is important to ensure that we are utilizing those funds in direct service to students. Board members carefully evaluate past usage of fees, determine current student needs, and advocate for any budgetary changes through an annual presentation for the ASOSU Student Fee Committee.
Diversity & Cultural Engagement currently operates on a fee level of $32.33 per student, for Fiscal Year 19. This fee enables us to provide high impact learning experiences and leadership opportunities that increase social and academic success of our underserved students. Student fees additionally enable us to employ ~90 students in several key positions, as well put on programs and activities that serve to raise awareness, build communities, develop identities, and increase students' wellbeing. Our programs from the 2017 - 2018 academic year, brought in over 13,014 community members in estimated attendance.
For more information on overall Student Fee Budget Allocations, please see the following ASOSU statement of summary (PDF).
Student Fee Committee Liaison
Erica Mercier - Human Services Resource Center
Jared Bierbrauer - Orange Media Network
Kobe Natachu - NAL Eena Haws
Robert Main - Dixon Recreational Sports
Rebecca Lambert - Ph.D. Student, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
If you are interested in guiding DCE's future, please email a statement of interest to email@example.com. Please include details such as why you are interested in joining, any prior student government experience, budgeting experiences, and/or any involvement opportunities you have been a part of on-campus (student organizations, volunteering, event participation etc.).
DCE's Student Advisory Board meetings have concluded for the term.
DCE's board presentation to the Student Fee Committee will occur on Sunday, November 18th, ~2:00 to 3:00. This will be held in the Memorial Union Horizon Room