Advising campus leadership on the student experience
The Student Advisory Council on Undergraduate Education (SACUE) shapes the student experience at UC Berkeley by providing critical feedback to university leadership on campus projects. Convened by the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, SACUE meets throughout the academic year to engage with campus decision-makers on issues that affect all undergraduates.
Update: SACUE is on pause for the Fall 2023 semester. Please check this page in early 2024 for more information.
By participating in SACUE, students will:
Learn more about Berkeley’s undergraduate initiatives and programs
Gain professional experience by working with campus stakeholders and decision makers
Engage in SACUE social and networking opportunities
Receive an exclusive SACUE membership pack
Have access to 1:1 meetings with the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
Current Berkeley undergraduate students of all majors, class standings, and backgrounds are encouraged to apply to SACUE. Applicants are expected to:
Work effectively in project-focused teams and willing to provide feedback to campus stakeholders
Attend monthly 45-minute check-ins with Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Oliver O’Reilly
Participate in two SACUE projects throughout the year (approximately three hours per month)
Work effectively in independent student-run teams and engage with a variety of opinions in a diverse group setting
Possess interest in campus academic life and a passion for improving the undergraduate experience at UC Berkeley
Respect the confidentiality of SACUE and offer thoughtful advice
How to Apply
Students may self-nominate or be nominated by faculty, staff, or other students. Once a nomination is submitted, the student will be contacted with application information.
The application period for SACUE is now closed. Please check back later for the 2023-24 SACUE application.
For more information or questions about SACUE, email email@example.com.