What is CTC?
The new Campus Technology Council (CTC) is a group of 15–20 students that provide their input and perspective to Information & Technology Services (ITS) in order to improve the quality of digital products, services, and tools ITS provides to students.
An ideal CTC member is:
- Available to participate in most meetings (dinner provided) and council activities
- Willing to listen to or engage in conversation with peers about technology and digital products on campus
- Enthusiastic about making students’ lives easier by improving technology on campus
No tech experience or skills are required!
What can I expect as a CTC member?
As a CTC member, you can make sure your voice and the voices of your peers are heard by ITS. You'll have the opportunity to raise tech-related questions and concerns at monthly meetings, and you'll also be asked to give input on new ITS products and tools.
CTC members are expected to commit between 2–6 hours per month during the Fall and Winter terms. This includes a monthly one-hour meeting (day/time determined based on group availability), plus any outside CTC activities for the month, such as gathering input from peers, testing out a new website or app, or collaborating with other student organizations.
In addition to FREE FOOD at meetings, members of CTC will also have exclusive opportunities for leadership, professional development, and access to perks for participation, such as:
- Workshops and featured speakers
- Tech Shop discount cards
- Professional headshot photos
Who can join?
All students actively enrolled on the Ann Arbor campus, regardless of major, class year, or program, are eligible to join to CTC. CTC recruits members at the beginning of each academic year, and if needed, at the beginning of each term. Students interested in joining may be asked to complete an application, depending on the volume of interested students.
CTC strives to be a group of technologically and socially diverse student group that represents the wide range of technology users on the Ann Arbor campus. No tech experience or skills are required.
CTC is currently supported by the ITS Digital UX and Communications teams. For questions about CTC, please contact Will Burns (firstname.lastname@example.org).