As a representative on the General Council, you are the voice of students from ACC on Student Council. You also support the collective goals of the ACC Students’ Association (ACCSA) by actively working to put on and promote events, programs and services provided by the ACCSA as well as provide suggestions and feedback on improvements through bi-weekly council meetings and reports. As a member of ACCSA General Council, you are also building your resume and learning new skills that will help you in future years!
How to become an ACCSA General Council member:
To become an ACCSA general council member you must be elected into a representative position. Please review the election information document to learn more about how our elections work. After reviewing this information, you must nominate yourself. Please see the link to the nomination form below. After filling out your nomination form please review the Election Policy and the Codes of Conduct documents.
To learn more about elections: Election Information
Nominate yourself to be a representative of our council: Nomination Package
We’re recruiting for General Council positions at the Brandon campuses; Victoria Avenue East, North Hill and Adult Collegiate. Click on the icons to learn more about these positions:
ACCSA Parkland Campus
We’re currently recruiting for ACCSA council positions at the ACC Parkland Campus in Dauphin. If you are interested in one of these positions please review the election information package and fill out a nomination form, both documents are available below. After filling out your nomination form please review the Election Policy and the Codes of Conduct documents.
To learn more about elections: Parkland Council Election Information
Nominate yourself to be a representative of our council: Parkland Council Nomination Package
Click on the links below to learn more about the Parkland Campus ACCSA council positions:
ACCSA Executive Council
Executive council members are elected in the spring for the following academic year. View the job outlines here:
More information will be available when elections open in the spring.