Our Purpose

The Student Technology Council (STC) provides graduate and undergraduate students with the opportunity to advise the Chief Information Officer and other senior IT leaders about the comprehensive student technology experience. Areas of focus may include:

  • Remote instruction and student engagement
  • Academic technology and digital learning
  • Technology equity for underserved students
  • Student tech support services
  • Software and device needs and challenges
  • Campus WiFi and connectivity needs
  • Cal Central and Student Information Systems
  • Information security
  • Berkeley mobile app
  • Data science expansion initiative
  • Tech innovation ideas
  • ...and much more...


STC members provide critical insight, ideas and recommendations to senior IT leadership to ensure that large-scale IT decisions and initiatives reflect the broadest possible range of student input.

About Us

The Council


The council is based out of the Office of the Chief Information Officer and is comprised of 14 students and 5 campus IT leaders. Learn more about our current council members.

We go to great lengths to ensure the council is comprised of graduate and undergraduate students who represent the widest possible diversity of academic programs, campus affiliations and personal identities. They bring great eagerness to contribute feedback, ideas and support to the improvement of the student technology experience on campus.

Meetings


Second Thursdays from 5:40-7pm

Fall 2020

  • September 10, 2020
  • October 8, 2020
  • November 12, 2020
  • December 10, 2020

Spring 2021

  • February 11, 2021
  • March 11, 2021
  • April 8, 2021
  • May 13, 2021

Get Involved


Previous coursework and/or experience related to technology is not a requirement - just an interest in shaping the student IT landscape.

Find out more about requirements, benefits, and how to apply here. Applications have closed for this semester; contact cmo@berkeley.edu if you would like to be notified the next time we are accepting applications.

For more information, contact Cristóbal Olivares at cmo@berkeley.edu or (510) 643-9125.