MyCommittee

MyCommittee is the platform that allows WUSC Local Committees to manage information relating to their Local Committee and relay this information to WUSC staff. This includes keeping track of active and former Local Committee members, reporting public engagement activities, submitting funding requests, completing and submitting the Intent to Sponsor forms for Student Refugee Program sponsorships, and more!

MyCommittee Training Videos

How to complete the Intent to Sponsor (ITS) form

Due: November 8, 2021

How to add new members

How to request a login

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is MyCommittee?

MyCommittee is the platform that allows WUSC Local Committees to manage information relating to their Local Committee and relay this information to WUSC staff. This includes keeping track of active and former Local Committee members, reporting public engagement activities, submitting funding requests, completing and submitting the Intent to Sponsor forms for Student Refugee Program sponsorships, and more!

2. Where do I access MyCommittee?

Click here to go to the MyCommittee login page.

3. How do I log in to MyCommittee?

Unlike past versions of MyCommittee where there was one login and password for an entire Local Committee, access to MyCommittee is now linked to users’ individual email addresses. Each Local Committee has at least one member that has been given access to MyCommittee. If you do not know who has access to your Local Committee’s MyCommittee account, contact a member of the Campus Team or email campus@wusc.ca.

Please do not share one login among Local Committee members. If more than one member of your Local Committee needs to access your MyCommittee account, please watch this video to see how you can request additional logins.

4. Can more than one member of my Local Committee have MyCommittee login?

Yes! Please watch this video to learn how you can request another login for another member of your Local Committee.

5. How do I add new members to my Local Committee?

Please watch this video on how to add new members to your Local Committee, and how you can edit their membership information.

6. Is there a limit to how many members of my Local Committee can have a MyCommittee login?

We ask each Local Committee to have a maximum of 3 main users with login access.

7. How can I reset my password for MyCommittee?

Passwords are unique and confidential to each MyCommittee user. WUSC does not have access to your passwords. You can reset your password independently by clicking the “Forgot Your Password” option on the bottom of the login page.

8. How do I complete the Intent to Sponsor Form on MyCommittee?

Click here to watch the recording of our Intent to Sponsor (ITS) form training from November 2020.

9. How do I submit the Intent to Sponsor Form once it is finished?

Click here to watch the recording of our Intent to Sponsor (ITS) form training from November 2020. We talked about submitting the ITS at the 39:04 minute mark.

10. How can I submit a funding request?

Each WUSC Local Committee has access to 3 types of funding: Catalyst Fund, WUSC Activity Fund and Travel Subsidy (*Note: for the year 2020-2021: this travel subsidy is not available as the International Forum will be held online.)

To submit a funding request, you have to:

  1. Login into MyCommittee

  2. Select the tab Funding Requests

  3. Select “New”

  4. Select the type of funding you would like to request

  5. Complete all the required fields

  6. Once you’re done and have reviewed your application, make sure to put the status of the request as SUBMITTED

11. How do I report my public engagement activities?

To report your activities:

  1. Log into MyCommittee

  2. Select the tab “Public Engagement Activities”

  3. Select “New”

  4. Fill in the information, not all fields are required but you must enter :

    • The title of the event, the method used, the start and end dates, the brief description, the primary purpose (select the campaign), and the number of informed and engaged people.

12. What is considered a public engagement activity?

Any activity that a Local Committee organizes, virtually or in-person tied to one of WUSC’s Public Engagement campaigns (Her Future, Interconnexions and Welcoming Communities), is considered as a public engagement activity. There should be a clear intention and purpose to engage new audiences outside the Local Committee members Always make sure to raise awareness on topics that fall under these campaigns so that your events can count as PE activities.

13. Is there a deadline to report public engagement activities each year?

It is best to report about your event as soon as possible after it has taken place to ensure all the information is inputted and timely. However, all public engagement activities must be reported by March 31st via MyCommittee (ideally before mid-March).