Students’ Representative Council

WHAT DOES SRC DO?
The SRC is the highest governing body of the Students’ Union, and acts as a Board of Directors. They ensure that the Union is working in the best interests of students and operates in an efficient and ethical matter. As a representative, you are ensuring that students in your constituency have their voices heard in any decision making.

SRC meetings are once every two weeks, at a time that works with everyone’s schedules. As a councillor, you may have the opportunity to sit on other committees within the Union and/or the University as well.

These are paid positions. $300 per semester. You will be able to take part in valuable training sessions where you will learn about student government, leadership, Robert’s Rules of Order and much more!

SRC POSITIONS

ARTS STUDENTS REP.
Lori Marshall

PROFESSIONAL STUDIES STUDENTS REP.
Steph MacIntosh

EDUCATION STUDENTS REP.
Chris Broughton

GRADUATE STUDIES STUDENTS REP
Vacant

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS REP.
Azzam Al-Ghamdi

TRANSFER STUDENTS REP.
Ashley Fudge

FIRST YEAR STUDENTS REP.
Jordan Wallace

RACIALIZED STUDENTS REP.
Mike Fong

SCIENCE STUDENTS REP.
Karley Brooking

RESIDENCE STUDENTS REP.
Ethan Craig

INDIGENOUS STUDENTS REP.
Christine DiGiosia

BOARD OF GOVERNORS REP.
Tricina Morash

MATURE STUDENTS REP.
Alex Roy

ACCESSIBILITY STUDENTS REP.
Will Brewer

FEMME STUDENTS REP
Vacant

QUEER STUDENTS REP
Vacant

SPEAKER
Jon Grant
speaker@mountstudents.ca

RECORDING SECRETARY
Eve Sabine

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