Volunteer boards serve as a unique way to advance the mission and programs of the University of Houston. Volunteer boards are significant to our university – volunteers contribute their time, talent and treasure to further UH.
We invite you to learn more about our University’s leadership volunteers who enrich and advance UH:
Board of Regents
The Board of Regents is the governing body of the University of Houston System. The responsibility of the Board of Regents includes: providing policy direction; nurturing each university so that each may achieve its full potential; enhancing each university’s public image; preserving institutional independence; and interpreting the community to each university and the universities to the community.
More information about the Board of Regents and its members can be found here: http://www.uhsystem.edu/board-of-regents/
Board of Visitors
The Board of Visitors is a volunteer board of private sector opinion leaders and university advocates that serve to advance the University of Houston and improve the university’s image in the community and throughout the region.
More information about the Board of Visitors and its members can be found here: https://giveto.uh.edu/get-involved/volunteer/board-of-visitors/
Energy Advisory Board
The Energy Advisory Board is a volunteer board of industry experts and leaders committed to advancing energy education and research initiatives on campus and throughout the region. Specifically, the board lends strategic guidance, external coordination, resource development and strengthens the University of Houston’s reputation across the industry.
More information about the Energy Advisory Board and its members can be found here: http://www.uh.edu/uh-energy/about-uh-energy/advisory-board/
Campaign Executive Committee
The Campaign Executive Committee is a volunteer board of leaders committed to advancing the goals and strategies of the Campaign for the University of Houston – a comprehensive university-wide campaign to raise support for the University’s priorities and its many colleges. The committee drives volunteer efforts to make the $1 Billion campaign for the university a success.