about the board
The Louisiana Tech University Union Board was established in 1940 as the Student Union. Its goal was “to promote a well-rounded campus program, to assure personal development for every student, and to build campus spirit for a great Tech.” Since then, the Board has grown to be a respected and influential student organization. The Union Board is allocated a budget of $10 per student per quarter, received from the Student Assessment Fee. It uses this money to provide Tech students with quality entertainment, concerts, the Miss Tech Pageant, Spring Fling, its annual Talent Show, comedians, dances, and many special events.
Union Board’s members have diverse interests and backgrounds and work for the benefit of the students. UB not only provides entertainment, but also presents opportunities to its members so they may acquire the skills necessary to achieve the highest limits in their personal and professional lives.
The Union Board of Louisiana Tech University was established to provide a satisfactory social program designed to appeal to the tastes of the student body, to augment the spirit of cooperation among student organizations, to promote exemplary character and leadership qualities in its membership, and to supplement scheduled college activities by providing a variety of entertainment while upholding the standards of Louisiana Tech University.