Leadership & Meetings
EXCEL Campus Activities members discuss important program information and conduct official organizational business during these plenary meetings. UT Arlington students are welcome to attend and observe as well.
Meetings take place during the the Fall and Spring regular sessions as well as during the Summer 11-Week session. See the University Academic Calendar for the session dates.
Mondays from 2 to 3 p.m.
Student Congress Chambers
University Center, Lower Level, Rm. B170F
The president of EXCEL Campus Activities is elected by the General Body to represent its views while acting as an advocate for the university community. The president presides over the General and Executive meetings, acting as an advisor to the committees, and working with the director of student activities to maintain the budget and overall harmony of the organization.
Executive Board & Standing Committees
The Executive Board is comprised of the president and five student directors. These individuals run the day-to-day operations of the organization and preside over its meetings. The student directors are selected near the end of the spring semester and serve a one-year term. They serve as primary representatives of their committee to the general body and also act as representatives for the UT Arlington community.
EXCEL's four standing committees meet on a weekly basis throughout the fall and spring semesters. The committees plan and implement the various events and activities of the organization–each member of EXCEL serves on a committee. Furthermore, event chairs are selected from among a committee's membership who help manage specific events and activities. Meetings are held in the lower level of the E.H. Hereford University Center. Visit the Student Activities office (suite B140) to check in on meeting days and find the exact location of a meeting
NOTE: See below for individual committee meeting times. The standing commitees will not meet during the summer. Committee-related business shall be conducted during the Summer Board meetings on Mondays throughout the 11-week session.
The membership committee is the internal relations arm of EXCEL Campus Activities. This group is responsible for planning and implementing membership recruitment and retention activities. The commitee cooridnates EXCEL's participation in New Maverick Orientation, University Preview Days, and Activity Fairs. Membership works to develop and maintain membership excellence throughout the year by planning social and recognition activities for all members.
The U.E. Committee is responsible for the planning and implementation of diverse programs that EXCEL co-sponsors with other offices at UT Arlington. These campus-wide programs include national headliner music acts, seasonal festivals and other exciting performances.
The C.T. Committee is responsible for maintaining several popular traditions and assisting to develop new ones. The committee plans and implements signature programs that include Bed Races, Halloween Casino, The Homecoming Bash, and talent shows.
Entertainment & Arts
The E&A Committee is responsible for bringing captivating cultural and popular entertainment events to the campus. The committee manages the University Center Art Gallery, performing arts events, stand-up comedians, poets, movie series, and other music acts.
Secretary & Historian
The secretary-historian is responsible for maintaining the organization’s vital records and documenting the events and activities that occur during the year. In addition to photographs, meeting minutes and notes, the secretary maintains the organizational membership roster and keeps track of each member’s assignments and contributions to EXCEL.
We welcome members who have a diversity of interests, talents, and who represent the various majors and disciplines from across campus.
- Million Dollar Arm (Free Outdoor Movie)
Thursday, Aug 7, 9:00 pm — Lawn behind Maverick Activities Center (500 W. Nedderman Dr.)
- Maleficent (Welcome Back Movie)
Friday, Aug 22, 9:00 pm — Lawn behind Maverick Activities Center (500 W. Nedderman Dr.)