UCIAA committees are an integral part of the organization and help to guide and execute the mission and objectives of the alumni association. An elected vice president and staff liaison oversee the committee work. Vice presidents serve on the board of directors and the executive committee. Generally, alumni are asked to serve two years on a committee before applying for a board position.
This committee assists in preparing UCIAA’s annual budget and program-by-program budgetary procedures. Members also monitor any legal requirements; request assistance from legal counsel (with board approval) when necessary; analyze investments of the association’s financial reserves; and determine the financial impact of the association’s programs both included and not included in the annual planning.
Scholarship Selection Committee
This committee assists with formulating policies and procedures for scholarships/fellowships awarded by UCIAA. They review applications, select scholarship recipients and interact with students.
Promote the vision, mission, goals and objectives of the association on and off campus in an effort to enrich the lives of alumni and engage them in a lifelong advancement of UC Irvine.
- Be a paid member of the UCI Alumni Association (Join today!)
- Willingness to work with persons regardless of age, race, gender, disability, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or socio-economic background.
- Attend quarterly meetings
- promote UCIAA membership to alumni who are not yet association members
- Support assocation events and activities through time, talent and/or financial commitments, either personal or through affiliated companies and organizations
- Educate yourself on pertinent UCIAA issues and organizational goals
- Promote participation in association events
- Identify additional volunteers
Term of Office
Committee members have no required term of office.
Accountablity & Guidance
Accountable to the membership of the association through the board of directors and president, in accordance with the UCIAA bylaws; to the state of California and the federal government for adherence to laws and regulations regarding non-profit corporations. Guidance from the president, officers, executive director, committee liaisons and staff.