Run for Student Senate
Academic Senator: Apply Here (Deadline February 8, 2019)
As a key part of Redeemer’s governance, the Academic Senate deals with departmental changes, course changes, admission requirements, scholarships, the hiring/promotion of faculty and other key tasks. We are looking for a new student member to serve the two year term attending and inputting in all meetings, as well as providing updates to the Student Senate.
President: Apply Here (Deadline, February 14)
Chief Executive and chairperson of the Redeemer Student Senate. The President oversees all Senate-run activities and provides leadership and direction for the Senate in all of it’s undertakings.
Vice-President of Student Affairs: Apply Here (Deadline, February 28)
While providing support to the President in giving leadership and guidance to the Student body, the VP of Student Affairs will actively seek out, receive and bring any concerns to the Senate, the Administration, and Faculty.
Vice-President of Finance: Apply Here (Deadline, February 28)
The VP of Finance manages the Student Senate budget by overseeing and approving club budgets and honorariums.
Vice-President of Communications: Apply Here (Deadline, February 28)
The VP of Communications oversees all of Student Senate’s major correspondence. This includes overseeing The Crown, Yearbook, and Quest publication clubs as well as updating any Senate related items in the regular Timeout emails.
Activities Chair: Apply Here (Deadline, March 7)
Responsible for planning and running Student Senate events, the Activities Chair heads the Activities Committee.
SASC Chair: Apply Here (Deadline, March 7)
The SASC Chair is responsible for organizing and running any spiritual events at Redeemer such as Hotspot. SASC is also responsible for providing leadership and encouragement in regards to the spiritual wellness of the student body.
Clubs Coordinator: Apply Here (Deadline, March 7)
The Clubs Coordinator works to promote Student Clubs and to ensure that they are in compliance with their constitutions and Student Senate’s Policy.