Advisory Board Committee

  • To develop criteria consistent with systemwide guidelines to assist in determining which activities will be supported. The criteria should prioritize educational merit, number of students served, and innovation.
  • To inform the campus community about IRA and solicit from its proposals for funding.
  • To make recommendations to the University President concerning the activities to be supported through IRA funds.
Committee Members

The IRA Committee consists of eight voting members:

  • One Academic Affairs representative appointed by the Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs
  • One Student Affairs representative appointed by the Vice President of Student Affairs.
  • Two faculty members elected by the Academic Senate.
  • Four students named by Associated Students, Inc.
  • Each October: IRA Advisory Committee will publish a Call for Proposals to the campus for the following year.
  • January/February:¬†applications are reviewed and recommendations are forwarded to the President.
  • No later than March 1st:¬†award/denial letters are sent out to applicants.