About the

student association board

The Students’ Association Board is the governing body that operates to set the policies and determine the objectives and direction of the Students’ Association.

This is a great opportunity for students of Red River College…

to gain valuable experience in a professional board setting, working with a diverse group of students to determine and achieve meaningful goals that will benefit the student body at Red River College.

As a member of the Students’ Association Board (SAB), the primary responsibility is to represent students from different constituency groups. Members of the board will attend all formal SAB meetings including sub-committees, follow Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised during board meetings and subcommittee meetings, and abide by the bylaws, mission, vision, and values of the Red River College Students’ Association.

Prior to and during meetings, members will have read executive reports and financial statements, bring forward and discuss student matters, move and vote on motions brought forward by the membership, executives, or students, and listen to formal presentations by external stakeholders regarding student issues.

Members are also expected to make themselves known to students including having their photo and name posted on SA media, speaking with students of their constituency to understand their concerns and needs, and bringing those items forward to SAB meetings.

All students can observe meetings as guests. To register to attend as an observer please email sa_president@rrc.ca for information on the upcoming meeting.