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Rutgers announced in an all-student email that the Student Charter Trustee seat is now open on the Board of Trustees, and that the Nomination Committee is now accepting nominations to fill seat.
They are looking to fill a six-year term beginning July 1, 2019, according to the email. New trustees will be elected by the full Board of Trustees at its meeting on June 19, 2019.
The deadline for nominations to be received is Wednesday, Nov. 21, according to the email.
At least 2 of the 3 Student Charter Trustees are elected as undergraduate students who have completed two full years of undergraduate study at Rutgers. The third may be elected as an undergraduate or a graduate student who has completed two full years of undergraduate study or one full year of graduate study at the University.
The board must also make efforts to diversify representation in the three positions among Rutgers University–New Brunswick, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, Rutgers University–Newark, and Rutgers University–Camden, according to the bylaws.
Selected students have to attend Board meetings, serve on Board committees and become actively involved in the life of the University, according to the email.
Responsibilities of the position include the following:
- Commitment of time and talent
- Attendance at and participation in Board and committee meetings — both as a student and after graduation
- Involvement in the life of the University
- Consideration of university-wide perspectives on issues and concerns
- Service as an ambassador for the University
- Exuberance in promoting the University’s mission
- Recognition of university achievements and contributions to the public good
To be considered eligible, nominees must:
- be registered as a full-time undergraduate, who will have completed a minimum of two full years of study at Rutgers University at the time of election (June 19, 2019)
- be in good academic, judicial and financial standing
- demonstrate academic achievement with a “B” average or equivalent
- demonstrate engagement in the life of the University
- demonstrate co-curricular achievements and service to the University community
- have the ability and a commitment to attend University events and programs throughout the entire six-year term
- have the ability and a commitment to attend meetings throughout the entire six-year term
- avoid any conflict of interest
People interested in submitting nominations can access the form on the Board of Trustees website, from the pull down menu under “Board of Trustees” or via the sidebar, according to the email.