Campus Planning: A committee that works on creating a plan for the future of MIT including negotiating dining contracts and looking at creating and enhancing community spaces on campus.
Community and Diversity: A committee that works on creating an equitable and welcoming campus for all undergraduates.
Community Service: A committee that explores ways to involve undergraduates in their community through service and building relationships with local groups.
Education: A committee that works on education and research policy, edX, curriculum and grading.
Events: A committee that organizes a variety of events for the undergraduate community including SpringFest, FallFest, and Tech Twinkles.
Financial Board: A committee that allocates and distributes money amongst student groups.
Innovation: A committee that works on increasing the infrastructure necessary and promoting the atmosphere required for undergraduate innovation.
Involvement: A committee that explores ways to involve students in the UA, bring their ideas and opinions into the policy creation process, and develop community within the UA through planning events.
Marketing: A committee that advertises what the Undergraduate Association does and interfaces with undergraduates.
Public Affairs: A committee that establishes and maintains a relationship between the Undergraduate Association and local, state and federal government, as well as businesses, and advocates for undergraduate interests.
Student-Admin Collaboration: A committee that explores ways to improve student-administrator collaboration and advocate for students to administrations.
Special Projects: A committee that works on various projects that come up throughout the school year, such as Boston shuttles.
Student Support and Wellness: A committee that advocates for and explores ways to improve student support and wellness mechanisms on campus (includes mental health, sexual assault and wellness).
Sustainability: A committee that works to improve sustainability on campus through a variety of projects.
Technology: A committee that develops the technology necessary for the Undergraduate Association to function, and explores new technological innovations to enhance student life.