Student Board Members

UCorp is looking for Student Board Members!

Are you looking for a chance to flex your finance, business, or people skills? Are you interested in playing a key role in supporting the needs of our campus? Would you like to gain resume-building experience and professional networking contacts? If you answered, "Yes", then keep scrolling!


The University Corporation’s Board of Directors is looking for three (3) student members for fiscal year 19-20. In order to be eligible, you must be currently enrolled in upper-level undergraduate or graduate-level classes at SF State, preferably (though not required) majoring in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance or Public Administration, or with demonstrated experience in any of these fields.

Time Committment 

The student term is one (1) fiscal year: July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. Applicant must be prepared to commit to attending a majority of Board of Directors AND committee meetings during the fiscal year. Additionally, there will be a one-day Board Retreat scheduled for the week of August 19th, 2019. More information on the Board and Committee schedule can be found at NOTE: This is an unpaid/volunteer position. Board members do not receive compensation for volunteering their time and expertise.  

How to Apply

All student applications must be submitted to Associated Students, per CSU Memorandum AA-2011-05. 

For questions on the Board and/or application process, please contact Mary at


What is the University Corporation?

UCorp is a campus auxiliary organization, a non-profit, separately organized legal entity, created to support student success and the educational mission of the CSU by providing services support not formally furnished by the state budget. Auxiliary organizations enhance budgetary flexibility, manage risk, and increase investment opportunities.

What do Board members do? 

Board members have a fiduciary responsibility to ensure that UCorp is fulfilling its mission and properly stewarding its resources. Board members oversee and direct UCorp's activities, playing a key role in ensuring the organization is responsive to the needs of the campus community. Check out to see what the Board has supported this past year. 

Who are the Board of Directors?

Visit our Meet the Board page to learn more about our directors.