Student Council is an organization conducted by students and supervised by the Dean of Student Affairs. The purpose of the Student Council (SC) is to give students opportunities to develop communication, problem-solving, and leadership skills by organizing and carrying out university activities and service projects. In addition, they represent the voices of the student body and attend meetings with senior administration on a monthly basis. The SC speaks to the point on student ideas, interest and concerns with University wised community.
The Student Council follows parliamentary procedures and protocol. Ideas are presented, voted on and confirmed by the majority vote. Students interested in leadership, organizational behavior, event planning or becoming more involved in the University are welcome to nominate themselves for election to the SC.
Become involved. At the beginning of each year, The Deanship of Student Affairs allocates the chance for students to nominate themselves, following that, the Deanship reviews the applicants, if no violations exist, they are accepted. Afterwards, an election process starts, online, and by students only. After the nominees introduce themselves to the students, the voting process begins. Then, the Deanship takes the highest 9 nominees, with an addition of three students from the previous council as consultants. Finally, an internal
election between the newly voted members to allocate the following positions:
- Speaker of the Council
Thus Far, Ten Student Councils have been elected under the supervision of the Deanship of Student Affairs, we look forward to your participation, whether by nomination, or voting in the next election.