ASI Student Government

Nominations for Chair of the University Union Advisory Board (UUAB)


ASI Student Government is recruiting beginning Thursday, April 1 for the 2021–22 Chair of the University Union Advisory Board (UUAB). The UUAB’s mission is to represent students by maximizing and improving experiences at the University Union, Cal Poly Recreation Center, Cal Poly Sports Complex, and Doerr Family Field.


Any currently enrolled Cal Poly student may nominate an eligible student interested in the Chair position. The Chair of the UUAB serves as an officer of the ASI corporation, is responsible for calling, planning, and facilitating UUAB meetings, represents the UUAB on the Cal Poly Athletics Governing Board, ASI Business and Finance Committee, ASI Board of Directors, and more. In accordance with the ASI Bylaws (Section 7.4.3.), the Chair of the University Union Advisory Board shall be available to fulfill the responsibilities of their office beginning August 1 to include meeting attendance, in-office work, on and off-campus retreats, and other affiliated responsibilities. For a complete list of responsibilities please review the Chair of the UUAB Responsibility Guide. As a corporate officer of ASI, this position is eligible to receive a scholarship to assist student leaders with the cost of education. The purpose is to allow these leaders to focus on their studies and commitment to ASI Student Government. For more information, view the ASI Student Leadership Scholarship Policy.


Nominations can be submitted now through April 15, 2021, by emailing the current Chair of the UUAB, Cole Dorris at Students being nominated will be required to accept the nomination during a UUAB meeting on either April 1, 2021, or April 15, 2021. UUAB meetings are held virtually on Zoom for spring quarter. The UUAB Chair is elected by a majority vote of the UUAB student membership and will take place during the April 15 meeting after the close of nominations. Meeting details including time and Zoom link can be found on the ASI website.


For more information, please contact the current Chair of the UUAB, Cole Dorris at