We strive to create a student union in which students flourish through the creation and advancement of campus community.

UCB is the governing and programming body of the Emory Student Center. The student driven board compiles and sends the weekly Weekends @ Emory email, hosts monthly and semester based programs, and is the student voice in all things Student Center – from design elements of the new Emory Student Center to programs and events in the space.

The UCB is comprised of three committees:

  • Weekends @ Emory: The committee is responsible for the promoting and implementation of weekend programming, such as Open Mic Nights, and the creation of the weekly Weekends @ Emory email, distributed to over 14,000 members of the Emory community. The co-chairs are responsible for distributing the Late Night @ Emory grants and arranging the co-programming of events with other groups within the UCB or on campus if needed.
  • Signature Events: This committee is responsible for programming, promoting, and implementing Signature Event activities, including Silent Disco, Harland Cinema Series, Run AMUC, and UCB Rollin'. The co-chairs are responsible for arranging the co-programming of events within the UCB or with other groups on campus if needed.
  • Promotions: The committee is responsible for managing and organizing all Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations and Web related activities within all UCB committees through separate chairpersons. The co-chairs will run weekly meetings to ensure timeliness and accuracy of promotions activities. The co-chairs should advocate creativity in promotion. The co-chairs are also responsible for coordinating open member recruitment events. The Promotions co-chairs oversee all web content and social media, including Facebook, Instagram, and additional platforms; are responsible for coordinating photographers for all UCB events and uploading these photos to the appropriate location.
Students, this is your opportunity to build some great leadership and programming skills while making an impact on your Student Center and University!

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University Center Board


The Late Night @ Emory Grant is designed to support substance-free events for Emory students held on a Friday or Saturday night after 7pm. Managed by the University Center Board of the Student Center Operations & Events Office, the annual grant awards up to $5,000 in programming funds and up to $15,000 in Emory Dining funds (to be used solely with Emory Dining). Preference will be given to events held on weekend with less programming in an effort to have events for students to attend weekly.

Late Night @ Emory Grant Application

The committee is responsible for the promoting and implementation of weekend programming, such as Open Mic Nights, and the creation of the weekly Weekends @ Emory email, distributed to over 14,000 members of the Emory community. You can see some of the events on the Weekend @ Emory Calendar.

Sign Up for the Weekends @ Emory Email List

Submit events for the Weekends Calendar