(Nov. 2, 2009)--Applications for a student regent position with the UT System Board of Regents will be accepted through November 16.
In 2005, the 79th Texas Legislature enacted Senate Bill 1227, which authorizes the governor to appoint a non-voting student regent to the UT System Board of Regents. Each UT System school may forward the names of five students interested in being considered for this important position. It is the responsibility of each school's student government to establish a process for selecting the students.
Students interested in this important position must meet these qualifications:
Applications for the student regent position will be available in the Office of Student Activities (University Center Room 1.210, Main Campus, or Durango Building Room 1.302, Downtown Campus) and the SGA office (University Center Room 1.214) and on the UTSA Student Government Association Web site. Completed applications are due at 5 p.m., Monday, Nov. 16.
For more information on the student regent position or the selection process, contact John Montoya, assistant director of leadership development and SGA, at (210) 458-4936 or Matt DeLeon, SGA president, at (210) 458-4597.
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