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The Students’ Association Council is a group of 14 elected student representatives that are primarily responsible for making decision on behalf of the ACCSA in order to better support our students. This is done through events, services, and advocacy-related initiatives.

The Students’ Association Council (SAC) for the term 2020 – 2021 will officially take office on May 1st, 2020. The SAC work together to bring services, events and supports to the entire ACC student body.

The newly elected council members for the Students’ Association Council is as follows:

President – Sukhmanpreet Singh

Vice President of Finance – Matt Lucero

Vice President of Events & Marketing – Manroopjit Kaur

Agriculture & Environment Student Representative – Manmeet Saggu

Business Student Representative – Ramandeep Kaur

Accessibility Representative – Akash Sharma

Indigenous Student Representative – Amanda Balfour

International Representative – Gursharan Kaur

LGBT2SQ+ Representative – Robert Hirst

Mature Representative – Karan Garg

M.I.C.A Representative – Noah Stelmack

Adult Collegiate Representative – Vacant

Health & Human Services Student Representative – Vacant

Trades Representative – Vacant

Elections for the Vacant Positions will be held in September 2020. 

ACC Student’s Association Referendum Results

* 170 votes needed to reach the required 10% voter threshold for Referendums* 

Referendum Question #1

Do you agree to increase ACCSA Fees for the 2020-2021 Academic year by 12.78% to account for the lack of Consumer Price Index (CPI) increases since 2013, as provided by Statistics Canada?

Total votes in favour:                     55 Votes (35%)

Total votes in opposition:             102 Votes (65%)

Total votes overall:                         157 Votes (100%)

Result of Referendum:               10% voter threshold not met, Referendum is invalid.

 

Referendum Question #2

Do you agree to increase ACCSA Fees annually (effective July 1 of every year) in accordance to the yearly increase of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) as provided by Statistics Canada?

Total votes in favour:                     56 Votes (36%)

Total votes in opposition:             100 Votes (64%)

Total votes overall:                         156 Votes (100%)

Result of Referendum:               10% voter threshold not met, Referendum is invalid.