Students' Council is an elected body that advocates on behalf of students, serves as representatives to the faculty's board,
appoints students to all major committees at the branch,
and assists in the activities to all student clubs and groups.
Mission and composition
Students' Council is composed of the Co-Presidents, Co-Vice Presidents, Co-Treasurers, Co-Secretaries,
the Officers of Academics, Arts, Athletics, Campus Life, and Multiculturalism, and one representative from each class year.
At the Faculty of Sciences, students self-governance is one of our priority: involving students in the workings of the faculty,
at the extent that Students' Council is a completely student-run organization.
Student self-governance is strongly related to the values and ideals of the faculty: students are afforded a large amount of autonomy and may use
this opportunity to craft the kinds of experiences they wish to have, as well as to shape the future of the faculty.
In fact, Student self-governance manifests itself in different ways. Students' Council works with administrators, faculty board, and faculty members
throughout the year, advocating for the interests and needs of students by reviewing and discussing students' ideas and interests.