The Vice President for Student Life’s Leader Advisory Board (LAB) is a group of student leaders who enrich the VP’s perspective on critical issues that affect the student experience. The LAB will provide a conversation space for open student-administrator dialogue that offers student input and feedback on Student Life vision, policies, processes, programming, climate and decisions related to the campus community and student engagement at UA. This group will meet monthly during the fall and spring semesters.


Staff within the division for Student Life may nominate students who are engaged on campus and invested in improving the student experience and maximizing learning experiences for current and future students. These nominations are then reviewed by the vice president, and a diverse group of students are invited to join the board to serve one-year terms that follow the academic year.  

Nomination and Application Instructions

The nomination/application deadline for the 2022-2023 LAB is March 30, 2022.  

For applications: 

Please send an e-mail to with the subject “VPSL LAB Application” and your first and last name. Attach your resume and a brief statement of your interest (no more than 300 words). 

In the email, please also include: 

  • How long you’ve been enrolled at UA and your expected date of graduation 
  • Which college you are enrolled in and the major(s)/minor(s) you have declared (if any) 
  • Your primary e-mail address, phone number, and current address 

For nominations: 

Please send an e-mail to with the subject “VPSL LAB Nomination” and the first and last name of the candidate. Attach the candidate’s resume and please also include: 

  • How long you’ve known the candidate 
  • The student’s classification, major, e-mail address, phone number and current address 
  • A brief statement of support (no more than 300 words) that describes how you’ve seen their involvement on campus and how they’ve exhibited an interest in improving the student experience at UA 

If you have any questions, contact