The Undergraduate Business Council has multiple programs where McCombs students have the opportunity to apply and receive an opportunity of a lifetime. Many programs, including company field trips, VISITs, and MBA for a Day, are application-based. Click here to learn more about current opportunities to get involved in these (and more!) UBC programs!
The Undergraduate Business Council puts on dozens of events every year that are open to all McCombs students and, in some cases, all university students. These programs include, but are not limited to, VIP Distinguished Speaker Series, McCombs Talks, and Engineering Vs. Business Week. Click here to learn more about UBC events that are coming up!
Each fall, the Undergraduate Business Council accepts applications for membership. There are three ways to get involved in UBC – as an Organization Representative, an Elected Representative, and as a First-Year Leadership member. Click here to learn more about how to become a member of the Undergraduate Business Council!
Every year, the Undergraduate Business Council has positions on committees that are open for students who are not currently in UBC. Committees such as McCombs Kick-Off Committee and Family Weekend Committee have had spots for McCombs students outside of the organization. Click here to learn more about opportunities to become a part of an external committee!
At-Large Members (known internally as First-Year Leadership) are selected through an application and interview process. These members tend to be more internally focused on UCB programming, events, and the likes.
Each McCombs Affiliated Student Organization (MASO) may select a representative to apply for a position as an organization representative on the Undergraduate Business Council. Organization reps are the voice for MASOs on UBC. They work to host events like Mr. McCombs, MASO Minds, and such in order to unite the MASO community and involved more students in McCombs-wide programming.
Through an election, three members of each McCombs class are selected to serve as UBC elected representatives. Elected reps are the external face for UBC, with a pulse on what is going on in McCombs and focus on our relationship with the Senate of College Councils.