*Meetings* Thursdays & Fridays 12:30-1:30 in Student Life
The UCG is led by students who take on the role of programming chairs. These paid positions ($250 - $400
stipend per semester) are responsible for holding UCG general membership meetings, coordinating activities,
and planning events.
United Common Ground is a Madison College student-led programming organization that develops,
implements and hosts campus/community programs on diversity, multiculturalism and social/contemporary
issues. This organization is sponsored through the Office of Student Life and is funded through the Student
Activity Board (SAB). General membership is open to all students and there are five chair positions that
receive stipends per semester. Duration of the positions is per semester.
Multicultural Chair - Job Description (pdf)
Social & Contemporary Issues Chair - Job Description (pdf)
Advocacy Chair - Job Description (pdf)
Multimedia Chair - Job Description (pdf)
Collaboration Chair - Job Description (pdf)
These positions are responsible for developing and implementing programs/events that educate and bring
awareness to the campus regarding diversity/multiculturalism/education/advocacy/community outreach.
Events will help to create a welcoming, inclusive campus climate for all students. Additionally, they will
educate students about cultural diversity/ race/class/gender/ethnicity and social differences in an effort to
assist students in formulating a global perspective. The positions will work with UCG general members,
faculty, staff, community representatives and advisor to select, host and support events.
Stipend: $250-$400 per semester
(issued after satisfactory advisor reviews at mid/end of semester)
Become involved, meet new people, make friends, make things happen!
LAUGH, WORK, PLAY, HAVE FUN!!!!!