ACUI 100th Anniversary Celebration Task Force

Responsible to: Task Force Chairperson
Term of Office/Renewal: ACUI 100th Anniversary Celebration Task Force will serve a term beginning with the appointment in early 2011 and ending in December 2014. There is no option for renewal.



This volunteer position reports to the ACUI 100th Anniversary Celebration Task Force chairperson. The committee will be visionary and able to conceptualize and articulate a comprehensive plan for commemoration the 100th anniversary of the Association. The committee will be working with multiple constituencies and will producing program reflecting the important of the Association’s core values of unconditional human worth, joy, learning, caring community, innovation, communication, and integrity. The committee will:

  • Assist in developing a comprehensive plan for celebrating the 100th anniversary. 
  • Participate in regular communication and meetings and in-person meetings including but not limited to regular conference calls/online meetings and in-person meetings with the task force.
  • Attend scheduled Association meetings as required including but not limited to the annual conference for 2012, 2013, and 2014; the Leadership Team meetings for 2011, 2012, and 2013. 
  • Assist in soliciting information from the Association's membership and establish goals based on research.
  • Assist in creating a marketing plan for communication the ongoing plans of the anniversary celebration to the membership.
  • Assist in managing the anniversary task force’s budget.
  • Establish a wide range of programs such as conference sessions, seminars, traveling exhibits, and other activities that focus on the history, current role, and future of the Association and the college unions and student activities.
  • Assist in creating plans for commemorating the 100th anniversary to include special Association media and the collection of historical memorabilia
  • Communicate regularly, have a great sense of humor, and advance the principles articulated in the Associations Statement of Commitment to and Vision for a Multicultural Organization.
Updated Feb. 26, 2011