This fall, a wide collection of students across majors and interests are asked to "Envision the Campus of Tomorrow"

September 3, 2020

The Student Advisory Council on Undergraduate Education (SACUE) shapes the student experience at UC Berkeley by providing critical feedback to campus leaders on undergraduate initiatives and programs. Convened by Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education Catherine Koshland, SACUE is composed of undergraduate students and meets throughout the academic year to engage with campus decision-makers on issues that affect all undergraduates. By participating in SACUE, students have the opportunity to work closely with key stakeholders, build networks, and provide feedback on critical campus projects.

SACUE members attend monthly check-ins and have the opportunity to work on projects with campus stakeholders. In Fall 2020, SACUE members have the special opportunity to participate in a project called "Envision the Campus of Tomorrow." SACUE students will work with a Senior Planner from Capital Strategies to provide feedback on the Long Range Development Plan and the Campus Master Plan. Students will be asked to engage and evaluate these projects through an equity and inclusion lens. They will engage in workshop-style sessions or other formats where they will have the opportunity to field questions.

Envision the Campus of Tomorrow is open to current UC Berkeley students that are members of SACUE, but advance registration is required. Please visit the SACUE website for additional information.