Please complete this form by Friday, September 25th by 5 p.m. Please address any questions to email@example.com or call (205)934-8020 for more information.
Other Important Dates:
Music for Blazer Showdown and Fight Song Competition due Monday, September 28 by 5 p.m. See the Blazer Spirit Competition Packet for complete details and rules.
You have been nominated to have a brief profile of your leadership endeavors and activites be featured on the Student Involvement and Leadership Facebook page. Please fill out the following form and attach a head shot or 'profile picture.'
This is the application for students wishing to apply to UAB LEAD for 2016-2017.
UAB LEAD is an organization of students who plan and execute events to increase the leadership capacity of students on campus. Members will be compensated for their work. The requirements for this organization are:
-Minimum GPA of 2.5
-4 LEAD hours each week (10 for executive director)
-Attendance at all UAB LEAD events including but not limited to: UAB LEAD Retreat, Fall Leadership Conference, Winter Leadership Retreat, Lunch With a Leader, Dinner With a Dean
This form along with a resumé serves as your application. Students will be selected for interviews based on this application. The deadline to apply is Sunday, February 14th at 11:59 PM. Please contact Sean Ryan (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
The University Programs Board invites you to audition for the 2016 Talent Search! Please submit your application by 5:00 PM on Friday, February 5, 2016. Auditions will be held February 10th and 11th. Once your application has been submitted, you will be sent a sign up for an audition slot. You will have a maximum of 5 minutes to perform. All acts are welcome to apply! Groups are also welcome to apply, as long as the majority of members are currently enrolled UAB students.
No flames, explosives, smoke, weapons, or glitter can be used in the performance. All music and performances must pass network television and radio standards.
Please contact Caleb Rotton (email@example.com) if you have any questions or concerns.
Thank you for your interest in having our Miss UAB, Mattie Boyd, appear at your event!
Please let us know the details of your event below.
If you have any questions, please E-mail Miss UAB Directors Emily Neutens firstname.lastname@example.org or Jessica Nathan email@example.com.
Have a great day!
This is the Student Life Leadership Application for students who are interested in the gg.UAB Programming Board.
A university sponsored program, Good Games at UAB aims to create an environment that fosters a community of students with diverse backgrounds who actively engage in numerous eSports and technological initiatives and activities throughout the year. gg.UAB provides extensive programming, hands-on experience, and professional development to promote cultural and community awareness while increasing career opportunities for students looking to jump start their journey in the industry by connecting them with eSports and technology companies.
OUTCOMES and GOALS
Grow the cultural knowledge and awareness of students utilizing eSports as a vehicle
Applications are open until 11:59pm on February 24, 2016. Recommendation letters are not required. You will receive an e-mail once your application is accepted with a poll to sign up for interview times.
If you have any questions, please contact 205-934-8225 or the Coordinator of Student Leadership, Quang Do at firstname.lastname@example.org
Leadership and Service Council Application 2016-2017
The Leadership & Service Council (LSC) is an organization led by 12 UAB students interested in impacting their community through civic engagement and social awareness.
To be selected to be on the Leadership & Service Council you must meet the following requirements:
Applications must be submitted on BSync (uab.orgsync.com/forms) no later than Monday, March 7th, 2016.
Only complete applications with resumes will be accepted and reviewed.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact LSC Advisor, David Dada, at email@example.com
Requirements of LSC Board of Directors
*More than the minimum number of office hours may need to be held to successfully execute all programs and events.
*Failure to execute job responsibilities will result in the removal from leadership position.
All LSC Board of Directors are responsible for:
Public Relations Director (1): The individual reports to the executive director and is in charge of all public relations campaigns related to LSC events and programs including the development of flyers, road signs and videos; updates on UAB website and B-sync; using social media; and more. The Director must hold a bi-weekly meeting for their individual committee. Duties included, but are not limited to:
Signature Service Committee Co-Directors (2): These three individuals oversee the Signature Service Days throughout the year and are responsible for communicating and reporting to the Executive Director. Co-directors must hold a bi-weekly meeting for their individual committee.
Into the Streets (fall and spring semesters), September Service Madness, and MLK Day of Service are the signature service days. These events allow students to do community service for half a day. The co-directors of this committee are responsible for coordinating outreach days in their entirety which includes site selections, transportation, site leader selection and training, and food.
Monthly Service Committee Co-Directors (2): These two individuals oversee the Monthly Service each month and are responsible for coordinating monthly service days in their entirety. This person reports directly to the Executive Director. Co-directors must hold a bi-weekly meeting for their individual committee.
The co-directors are responsible for coordinating monthly service projects for UAB students to attend. The projects vary from month to month and are usually in conjunction with various events coordinated by Birmingham organizations.
On-going Service Committee Co-Directors (2): These three individuals oversee the On-going Service that occurs during various weeks throughout each semester (including summer) and report directly to the Executive Director. Co-directors must hold a bi-weekly meeting for their individual committee.
The co-directors are responsible for coordinating all the continuous volunteer activities held throughout the year for UAB students. The Co-directors of this committee will select organizations or groups in the community to work with each week (throughout the year).
Social Change Committee Co-Directors (2): These two individuals oversee the Social Change programs and report directly to the Executive Director. Co-directors must hold a bi-weekly meeting for their individual committee.
The co-directors are responsible for providing opportunities for awareness and action for the UAB campus to learn more about current issues and to act on creating change in the community. The Co-directors are responsible for organizing Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week (Hunger Banquet/Empty Bowls, Stop Hunger Now, and screening and discussion of film). Additional programs, such as food drives and other events, will be the responsibility of this committee.
Veterans Relations Committee Co-Directors ( Appointment Only) : These 2 individuals are appointed by the Lt. Colonel of the UAB ROTC, in conjunction with the LSC staff advisor. They are responsible for coordinating and facilitating campus and community partnerships with service organizations that cater to the needs of veterans.
This application is for students who wish to apply to be a part of the 2016 Homecoming Committee.
The Homecoming Committee will provide students with opportunities for involvement and leadership during UAB’s Homecoming events. Students will gain experience in event planning, leadership, marketing, time management and organization, and more.
The deadline to apply is 11:59pm on February 25th. Students will be notified if they are eligible for an interview. Interviews will be conducted on March 1-2. Please contact Jessica Nathan at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Emerging Leaders Scholarship Application 2016
An advisory council consisting of representatives from the student body, student organizations, and key UAB departments created the UAB Emerging Leaders Scholarship. The advisory council launched a fundraising effort to create and fund this effort was from Tony Dew, Associate Dean of Student Affairs, who committed to generate contributions in recognition of his final running of the 100th Boston Marathon.
Student Involvement Forms
Thank you for your interest in the Andrew M. Sands Memorial Emergency Student Loan Program (ESLP), sponsored by the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA). This program is designed to help students receive financial assistance for common expenses such as tuition and fees; textbooks; housing (on-campus and off-campus); utilities (water, electricity, gas, cable, and internet); title payments (automotive payments, insurance policies); medical expenses; emergency travel expenses, etc.
The program is for eligible UAB undergraduate students. The maximum amount of an Emergency Student Loan is $500 dependent upon the circumstances of the student’s case. After receiving a loan, the student will then have 60 days to repay the loan to Student Financial Services. If the student does not repay the loan within said time period, a hold will be placed on the student’s UAB account, thus not allowing the student to register for classes or graduate. An extension of 30 days may be given at the discretion of the ESLP coordinator.
Note: Loans will not be dispersed to students who do not meet all requirements listed above.
You will be notified of your loan acceptance or denial no later than one week after submitting your application.
Applications may be submitted to the USGA Advisor, Hill Student Center, Suite 230.
For more information, contact USGA at email@example.com or call (205) 934-8020.
Thank you for your interest in the USGA Travel Grant Program. The purpose of this program is to assist all eligible undergraduate students with expenses incurred while traveling with student groups and organizations affiliated with UAB. Travel Grant funding is on a reimbursement basis. You receive your reimbursement after you return form your travel. Below are the guidelines to receiving travel funds and the application process.
The 2016 A.G. Gaston Conference will challenge UAB students to embody the entrepreneurial mindset of Dr. Gaston by pitching innovative, yet sustainable ideas to recruit, reclaim and retain millennial entrepreneurs who will live, work, play, learn and serve in Birmingham's Historic Civil Rights District.
Registered Student Organizations will participate in an immersive experience which will allow them to better understand the challenges within Birmingham. The top three ideas will be awarded the following prizes:
1st place: $500
2nd place: $300
3rd place: $200
Additionally, students will be able to present their ideas at the A.G. Gaston conference on February 16th and 17th.