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Student Government

Student Government works closely with Student Services through Fall and Winter terms each year with its main purpose being to assist in establishing a cohesive student body as well as enabling good working connections between students, faculty and staff.

In addition Government fosters Community Involvement by connecting students to external organisations and parties. At the end of the year, Student Government is asked to consider leaving behind a legacy on behalf of the student body.

Student Government consists of:

  • a President
  • a Vice President
  • a Musicians in Residence Representative
  • several Academic Representatives
  • several Community Representatives
  • an Upper Year Representative
  • a Minibus Representative
  • a Grounds and Services Representative
  • a Community, Environment and Outreach Representative

Government members are expected to attend an initial training session as well as weekly meetings - the day and time of which will decided by the elected Government in accordance with elected members’ schedules. They will also take responsibility for Government-led activities. Each meeting will be attended by a member of Student Services Management, who acts as advisor providing institutional knowledge as well as ensuring that events conform to Health and Safety regulations and are feasible for the fit and purpose of the institution and grounds.



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October 7th, 2019
November 11th, 2019

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