Program Activities Board (PAB)
The Program Activities Board (PAB) is one of the major funding boards at UCLA for student programming. The PAB is established to provide student representation and participation in the administration and apportionment of Registration Fees for student programming. The Board allocates funds designated for student programming, evaluates and regulates this programming in cooperation with the University Administration, and provides a forum for soliciting student views on Board allocations and funding priorities.
PAB is composed of two main committees: the Campus Programs Committee (CPC) and the Community Activities Committee (CAC). The CPC also maintains a MINIFUND for small event programming. Should student programmers feel that they have offered a program within the constraints given, and have been denied by one of the principal Committees, and that there has been a violation of due process, they may ask the Program Activities Board Appellate Review Board (ARB) to consider their grievance. The PAB and its respective entities are operated through the Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement (SOLE) office who is the main contact point for more information.