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Student Representative Council

Purpose

The Student Representative Council seeks to develop the culture of the college and represent the voice of the students by actively participating on administrative councils, understanding the current desires of students, and building disciple leaders.
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Mission Fulfillment

  • Actively participate in administrative councils and work groups

  • Seek to understand the voice and desires of the student body through focus groups, booths, forums, and every interaction
  • Promote a culture of discipleship at Ensign College through projects and initiatives that pertain to the Ensign College Culture and CES Honor Code
  • Act as a communicator between the administration and the student body
  • Represent the student voice on administrative councils and workgroups
  • Promote special initiatives from President’s Council or the Dean of Students
  • Seek to develop disciple leaders by providing service and leadership opportunities
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Become a Member of the Council
The Student Representative Council is not an elected group of students. Instead, council members are asked to go through an interview process. Council interviews are held at the end of each semester and will be advertised through Ensign College social media pages.

Previous council members must re-interview if they desire to be on the Student Representative Council for the next semester. This way we are able to provide as many opportunities as possible for students to be a part of the SRC.

Students interested in joining the Student Representative Council should apply through this online application .

Have Questions?

For more information, email involvement@ensign.edu with Subject: SRC.

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