You are an undergrad student. You use Temple Libraries. Or maybe not.
Either way, you’d like to be more involved in shaping the future of the Temple Libraries.
If so, we are looking for you.
We have openings for 3-4 undergraduate students to join our Temple Libraries Student Advisory Board.
Here’s what you need to know:
The Temple Libraries Student Advisory Board is comprised of a diverse group of undergraduate and graduate students who represent the various opinions and concerns of the entire student body regarding the libraries. The Board provides a forum for students to make suggestions to library administrators and for library administrators to solicit advice from students about library programs and services.
The Board includes the Dean of the Libraries, the Associate University Librarian and 6-8 students.
The Board meets two or three times a semester. Meetings are one hour. Advance preparation is rarely necessary.
While students who are familiar with the libraries are preferred, any student regardless of their degree of library use is welcome to serve on the Advisory Board. We are looking for students who care about their university library and wish to represent students on library-related issues.
If you’d like to get involved in the future of Temple Libraries submit an application for consideration.