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Student Advisory Board

The student advisory board has been set up by students in collaboration with staff to ensure that the student perspective is central to the activities and undertakings of the Student Counseling Service, Student Learning Development and Student 2 Student (SCS/SLD/S2S).

It is a voluntary board comprised of elected role holders and representatives from student bodies across the college.

If you want to contact the Student Advisory Board to know more or ask a question please email them. Email SAB

Check out their social media here Insta sab.scs

2021/2022 Committee

Questions about SAB

What are its remit and powers?

Their main powers and purposes have been defined as follows:

  • To convene meetings for the purpose of suggesting or reviewing project work undertaken by staff in SCS/SLD/S2S
  • To attend other SCS/SLD/S2S meetings deemed appropriate for Student Advisory Board members, provided there is no breach to SCS/SLD/S2S policy caused by the attendance of a Student Advisory Board member
  • To request in advance of a convened meeting any relevant project information including statistical and fiscal data, provided there is no breach to SCS/SLD/S2S policy caused by the sharing of this information with the Student Advisory Board
  • To identify and participate in any training deemed relevant and useful to their role in the Student Advisory Board, provided resources are available to fund their participation.

Can I see their Memo & Articles?

Yes it can be linked to here

Can I join?

Yes, applications are open to all students.

What is the process for joining?

SAB (Student Advisory Board) is accepting applications for the next academic term. Please email in order to start the application process.