Brandeis Library Student Advisory Council

Now accepting applications for the 2022/2023 Brandeis Library Student Advisory Council 

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Deadline Extended: Applications due October 1

Purpose

The Brandeis University Library is committed to providing exceptional research services and resources to facilitate student success. We recognize the importance of student input on library services, space, resources, events, and policies. The Brandeis Library Student Advisory Council aims to facilitate a dialogue between students and library administration on library issues that impact the student body.

Membership & Meetings

The Brandeis Library Student Advisory Council has 15-25 student members. The membership of this Council includes representation from a broad cross-section of schools and years of study from both undergraduate and graduate levels. The group is co-chaired by the University Librarian, Matthew Sheehy and the Director of Public Services, Brenda Cummings. 

Meetings are held twice per semester during the Fall and Spring academic terms. Meetings will generally be held in October, November, February, and March. Additional meetings may be scheduled as needed. 

2022/2023 Meeting Dates

Food and drinks will be served at each meeting.

How do I join?

Applications open in early September and membership is selected in early October. In selecting members, we aim for a Council that represents the diverse academic interests, experiences, and social identities of the Brandeis undergraduate population, including those who have been underrepresented in higher education.

Contact us

For more information, to ask questions, or to suggest agenda topics for the council to consider, contact Matthew Sheehy at sheehy@brandeis.edu