Every year the SUVCC holds an election for students interested in running for the Board of Directors. Students can put their name forward to be a representative. Interested students must fill out a Nomination Form, read the policies, and have their form completed prior to the ending of the Nomination Period.
What is a Director?
A director is a VCC student who is interested in being a part of deciding how the Students’ Union should be run, what events happen, what campaigns and services are offered, and more!
Who is Eligible?
Any member of the SUVCC that is in good standing with the college is eligible to run to represent their peers.
What are the roles & responsibilities of a Director?
Once a student has successfully won their election they are a Director, and the Directors make up SUVCC’s Board of Directors. Directors are the students that have been elected to govern the affairs of the Students’ Union of Vancouver Community College. The Board of Directors sets the goals and strategic direction of the SUVCC, and they create and review all the major decisions that affect how the SUVCC represents and serves its members–including how we enhance student life at VCC!
It is a simple process to run in an election. If you have any questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nomination Period: January 9th – January 16th
Campaign Period: January 19th – January 29th
Online Voting: January 30 – February 1
List of Vacant Positions on the Board of Directors available for election:
- Accessibility Director
- Indigenous Students’ Representative
Join us as a Director and help make a difference at VCC and in the student community!