Executive Elections

There are four executive roles that students are able to run for. These roles include President, Vice President of Operations and Finance, Vice President of Education, and Vice President Internal. Each role oversees a number of duties that ensure students are crafted the best possible undergraduate experience. Feds advocates on students' behalves both within the school, and externally, on several issues. These issues range on a large scale, and can include anything from education to tuition costs, and even student housing issues.

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Students' Council Elections

Students’ Council is made up of elected student leaders from each Faculty and College. These student leaders represent the voices of their faculty peers, establishing and overseeing Feds’ policies while holding the Executive accountable for their decisions. Student Councillors are elected during the general Feds Elections in the winter term.

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Senate Elections

Senate is responsible for all issues relating to academic quality, including the granting of degrees, setting program requirements and approving academic regulations. It is made up of University administration, faculty, and nine student leaders. These student leaders are elected during the general Feds Elections in the winter term.

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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors (BOD) is Feds’ highest decision-making body. It works with Students’ Council to guide Feds’ financial and contractual affairs. The 11 members of the BOD are comprised of the four Executives and seven additional members who are elected at each March General Meeting.

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