In addition to the University Council, the NEC also appoints undergraduates to University-Wide Committees and University Council Committees.
University Council Committees
The UC Committees are some of the most influential on campus. They meet regularly throughout the semester and involve contact with top administrators, staff, and faculty on campus.
The University-Wide Committees are independent of the University Council, and are run by the President, the Provost, the Trustees, and other parties on campus such as the Dean of Admissions and Student Health Services. Positions on these committees are open to all undergraduates, of which there are usually one to three per committee. The University-Wide Committees are your chance to enact specific change or to provide the undergraduate perspective on a specific issue on campus.