Class Leader Forum
Presented by Student Government
Wednesday, November 2
12- 1 pm, Alumni Hall
Class Leaders are invited to participate to discuss their feedback and ideas on:
- Facility & Service Improvements
- Pub Nights
- Sustainability Initiatives
- Universal Breaks
Voice the opinions, concerns and ideas of your classmates so that they may be addressed.
- Be an essential team member of Student Government
- Have fun and meet tons of people
- Be the voice for your classmates to address their opinions, concerns and ideas
- Develop your leadership, organizational, communication & time management skills
- Build a network of contacts
- Prompt valuable changes and improvements for all students
- Help set direction for Loyalist College
- Receive a leadership certificate recognizing your contributions and leadership skills for excellence in the position and meeting the job duties and responsibilities
- Have an opportunity to win a Pollitt Award (one Outstanding Class Leader is selected from each School)
- Receive first-hand information from the Student Government regarding events, activities and services
- Be knowledgeable of students’ views and put aside my preferences in order to focus on students’ opinions.
- Have good time management, organizational and interpersonal skills.
- Be a team player and role model as well as motivated, approachable and responsible.
- Act as the liaison between students and the Student Government Board of Directors as well as the Deans.
- Act as an ambassador of the Student Government, delivering news, updates and information back to classmates.
- Ensure that the Student Government is effectively representing all Loyalist students when making decisions, initiating changes and advocating to Loyalist College Administration.
- Maintain active communication, primarily through email, with the Student Government and the Deans as well as classmates.
- Prompt valuable changes and improvements for all students and help set direction for Loyalist College.
- Work with faculty to organize, promote and implement on-campus and non-alcoholic social activities and events throughout the year, i.e. mixer, BBQ, program fair, pizza parties, etc.
- Class Leader duties do not include organizing clothing orders, i.e. jackets, hoodies, shirts, etc.
Code of Conduct
Class Leaders will behave in a professional, respectful and collegial manner.
Terms of Office
- If a Class Leader is not fulfilling their responsibilities or violates the Code of Conduct, they will be asked to step down from their role.
- If a Class Leader is unable to attend a meeting or fulfill their duties, they must advise their School Leader and Dean as soon as possible.
- Class Leaders elected into Student Government Office must step down from their role unless the position cannot be filled.
Please Note: Violation of these policies may result in a review or suspension of a student’s position as a Class Leader. Appeals will be referred to the School Dean and the Director of Student Life.