The Activities Committee (AkCie) helps the Assessor Domus organize various parties. For example, they organize the so called ‘Paupergala’, a big success during the ‘pijlerperiode’.
Every year, the Almanac committee compiles a beautiful almanac in which they highlight the most important events from the past year.
The Alumni committee is the connection between Vidar and the Oud-Vidar Foundation. They also ensure visibility of the Oud-Vidar Foundation.
The PAC supports the board in the implementation of the policy. In addition, the PAC monitors the progress of the long-term policy and they test the decisions of the board on policy and the long-term plan.
Every year, the charity committee organizes activities to highlight the social awareness of Vidar.
The Business Club Committee assists the Quaestor Domus in implanting the acquisition plan. For example, they organize the annual Business Club Drink and they are responsible for the annual recruitment event.
The ‘Commissie van het Huisch’ is responsible for the pub and the ensure order during events.
The recreational rowing committee supports the Assessor in competition rowing. The committee is also responsible for the 'afroeiperiode'.
The recreational rowing advisory committee supports the Assessor in the decisions that have to be made about competition rowing. For example when it comes to creating a plan to increase the likelyhood of a 'club8+' here at Vidar.
The Congress Committee organizes the annual February Congress.
The data committee works on all the data the associaton gathers. They are working on projects such as the online almanak and the Vidar Rowing Analytics app.
Dichtgetikt is Tilburg's student closing party organized by Olof, Plato and Vidar.
The DJ committee is a committee that includes all Vidar DJs. They provide the music on big Vidar parties.
The First-year Committee organizes the monthly first-year OVA and also other activities to strengthen the bond between the first-year students.
The facility business committee supports the Quaestor with the promotion of Vidar as an external location. They for example help with the organisation of training camps.
Supports the Quaestor with financial tasks.
The 'gulden koksring' is responsible for a few dinners throughout the year. They prepare exquisite meals during special occasions such as the Varsity diner.
The international committee is responsible for the integration of internationals at the association. The aim of this committee is to bring dutch and international students together via multiple activities.
The IC board is responsible for the Spring Open Time, the TOP Week and the subsequent Open Time and Introduction Time. They are supported in this by the Introduction Committee.
The CC supports the Quaestor in its function and also regularly monitors the finances of the association.
The clothing committee designs clothes and gadgets that members of Vidar can buy.
The Cooking Committee takes care of a delicious dinner for the rest of the association on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The Songs Committee (LC) assists the introduction committee during the Introduction Time and then provides various cantus throughout the year.
The marketing committee is concerned with how Vidar can take a better external approach throughout the year.
The Material Advisory Committee (MAC) advises the board on important material decisions. Together with the Assessor Classicus, they are responsible for the boat plan.
The Material Committee (Matcie) assists the Assessor Classicus in maintaining the fleet.
The Move committee is a committee in collaboration with the Move Foundation. Together with a class from a Tilburg primary school, they are starting a project to improve the neighborhood.
The senior competitive rowing committee (OCC) supports the Assessor in supervising the senior rowers. They are busy setting up a trajectory for senior-year competition rowers.
The Promotion Committees (Regular PC and Online PC) assist the IC in the TOP week. They ensure that the new students are introduced to all aspects of the association. In addition, they are the face of Vidar in promotional activities throughout the year.
The Recover committee is responsible for the issues of the Recover.
The renovation committee helps the Domus Assessor to beautify the building. Throughout the year they have several projects to make certain spaces nicer.
The RAC advises the board on important rowing decisions. In addition, they judge together with the Vice-Praeses and Assessor Classicus about boat requests.
The ski committee organizes the annual Vidar winter sport.
The Start to Row committee organizes a spring program for those interested in rowing. This spring program is set up in collaboration with the sports center and Fontys and interested parties learn the principles of rowing in 6 weeks.
The TRC organizes the ViLa and the Heineken Opening Tournament annually and also organizes various competitions for the competition rowers.
The TUC board organizes the Tilburg University Cantus, the opening of the academic year.
The Vidar Band are the musicians that Vidar has. They play at various Cantus and other events. They also provide music for the TOP Week afternoon program.
The Vidar Top Crew supports the board, the IC and the Cie during the TOP Week. The VTC helps with the afternoon program and during the big parties.
Vidar Viral takes care of all online promotion in two teams: Design & Photo. Team Design makes, among other things, posters throughout the year but also all the promotional material for the TOP and Purple weeks. Team Photo takes photos and videos at all major events and ensures that all beautiful moments are captured.
The competitive rowing committee supports the Vice-Praeses with executive tasks and organizing professional rowing related events.
Word lid! together with members of Olof and Plato, endeavors to make the Tilburg student active.
The ZRB board organizes a rowing competition at Vidar called the ZRB. They are supported in this by the ZRBuddies.
The 6-9 committee will prepare a program each week during 18:00u-21:00h on the thuesday or thursday before special OVA's. This can be activities such as a games night in a cozy setting or a (0.0) beer tasting! Whatever they can think of!