Now Accepting Applications for the Cook Library Student Advisory Board

October 14, 2015 at 12:32 am Leave a comment

DSC_143321Consider joining the Cook Library Student Advisory Board (CL-SAB)!

Are you interested in helping the library meet the needs of the student population? Want to help our students better take advantage of library services, resources, and facilities?

Apply Here:

(Applications accepted through November 15th, 2015)


The Albert S. Cook Library recognizes the importance of student contribution to library policies, services, facilities, resources, and programming. The Cook Library Student Advisory Board (CL-SAB) is a student led group that works to advise as well as actively lead initiatives in these areas.

What does CL-SAB do?

  • advise library administration and committees on library policies, services, facilities, resources, and programming
  • actively promote library resources, services, and programs to greater campus community
  • plan and execute an annual fundraising activity to fund the CL-SAB
  • make decisions on how to spend the CL-SAB fund for library resources or programs
  • plan and execute student centered programming and/or services

What is the time commitment?

Two to three all-member group meetings (a meal or snacks with be provided) per semester, plus additional committee meetings as required. Events as required.

How is the group structured?

The board will have a maximum of 10 student representatives and 3 Albert S. Cook Library Leadership Institute (A-LIST) students. The current subcommittees include:

  • Library user experience – advises and seeks general student feedback on library related experiences as directed by the library committees and administration. Will work to improve the library for students
  • Outreach and marketing – will work to promote library resources, services, and programs to greater campus community
  • Fundraising and event planning – leads annual fundraising events and coordinates any board sponsored student programs

A Librarian will serve as board advisor and will work with the A-LIST students in developing meeting agendas.

How long is the term?

The term is 1 academic year (December 2015-December 2016), renewable with permission of the librarian advisor.

How can it help me?

  • this is an opportunity for students to grow their leadership skills and give back to the university community.
  • students will have the ability to influence and create meaningful changes within the library to benefit themselves and their classmates
  • students in this founding cohort will help to shape the trajectory of this group

Questions? Email:


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